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May 25, 2019, 09:31:24 AM
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Just for fun, I posted a pic of my two favorite beers around here.



SM Super Dry is the best of the San Miguel family... They make the majority of alcoholic products consumed here on a daily basis. Crisp, refreshing... far superior to any American domestic. I don't know about other Americanos but to me Budweiser tastes like salt water.

The second, Tiger, is a Singapore beer. At $0.75 (approx) a can, its a good deal, and the 6.9% alcohol content helps.

What are your guys favorite beers? Or like, whats the best beer consumed by your country on a nation-wide level?
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May 25, 2019, 09:34:19 AM
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I have had some great vegetarian Indian dishes ... no way Indian is vegan though ... but so delicious I could learn to live without meat with great Indian takeaway nearby.

India is heaven for Vegans and Vegetarians without any doubt. majority of Indians eat at least some sort of meat dishes too but Vegans and Vegetarian are in very good numbers as well.

Main Vegans and Vegetarians come from Jain, Brahmin Families. My GF is Muslim, she and half of her family are Vegetarian too. ( which is kind of depressing for me because I love Mughlai food)

I love Indian food too... vegan or not.
My ring piece complains a bit the next morning however...

Go slow with Spicy food if you don't want to disturb your belly. that's a trick.



I love Indian food... but only for a few days. After that, my stomach and my tongue ask for a break (even though I don't mind spices at all)... I need to get back to my favorite, Italian food.
Plus, whenever I eat too much Indian food, my skin starts smelling different... and not in a good way.
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May 25, 2019, 09:40:11 AM

Just for fun, I posted a pic of my two favorite beers around here.



SM Super Dry is the best of the San Miguel family... They make the majority of alcoholic products consumed here on a daily basis. Crisp, refreshing... far superior to any American domestic. I don't know about other Americanos but to me Budweiser tastes like salt water.

The second, Tiger, is a Singapore beer. At $0.75 (approx) a can, its a good deal, and the 6.9% alcohol content helps.

What are your guys favorite beers? Or like, whats the best beer consumed by your country on a nation-wide level?

I'm not a real beer drinker, but whiteout any questioning I do think the best beer/beers are coming from Belgium not ?

-so many styles of light-medium-heavy beers whatever you want

Most famous I think is maybe Jupiler, but much been drunk, La chouffe, Duvel, Duvel triple hop, Stella, Carlsberg, Westmalle double/ tripple, Orval and F*** what a long list of names it is

https://www.belgiansmaak.com/belgian-beers/
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just get some reads about Belgian beers, plenty of stuff to read......
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I'm not a real beer drinker, but whiteout any questioning I do think the best beer/beers are coming from Belgium not ?

-so many styles of light-medium-heavy beers whatever you want

Most famous I think is maybe Jupiler, but much been drunk, La chouffe, Duvel, Duvel triple hop, Stella, Carlsberg, Westmalle double/ tripple, Orval and F*** what a long list of names it is

Yeah out of that list I've had the Duvel (probably my fave of the bunch), Carlsberg, and of course the Dude's new "favorite" beer apparently, Stella Artoes.



No more Oat Sodas.
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1/ Bitcoin deals with money. Separating money from the state. Managing people’s life savings. People’s livelihoods depend on it. The path of civilisation is altered by the money its built on.

Dangerous, risky stuff. A lot is on the line.

2/ In addition to this, the vast majority of the industry surrounding bitcoin is comprised of scammers and their “agnostic” enablers. Fraudsters and charlatans that knowingly exploit the lack of understanding in this new technology to profit handsomely at others’ expense.


3/ Bitcoin industry culture is therefore *necessarily* one of extreme skepticism, cynicism, rigorous review, and forthright language. Regardless of whether you’re discussing bitcoin development, business, or economics, no one is safe.

4/ Bitcoin is better for it. Dangerous products are rooted out quickly, catastrophic losses are avoided, people know what’s private and what’s not, damage caused by scammers is strictly limited, dead ends are avoided early, progress is sustainable.

The system keeps running.

5/ If you’re unhappy with bitcoin culture, sorry, you’re the problem. Bitcoin is better off without you—you’re not cut out for the challenges ahead. You’re not good under pressure, you’re too sensitive, and you lack conviction.

6/ It is *you* that have to adapt to bitcoin culture. Bitcoin should not be expected to adapt to you. If it did, bitcoin would become weak. Like you. You don’t build a historic monetary paradigm shift wearing kid gloves.

7/ If you do manage to adapt, you’ll discover that the bitcoin industry is a very friendly, kind, supportive, and stimulating place. Everyone has time for each other. People are earnest—you encounter far less of the fakery and empty platitudes found in crypto circles.

8/ Try going to a bitcoin-only event. Attendees are typically straightforward, collaborative, and technology-focused. If you somehow find yourself feeling broadly unwelcome, your ideas probably suck. You should revise them and be humble.

9/ Of course, you’re never going to please everyone all the time. Despite what you may have heard, bitcoiners don’t agree on everything. You won’t find two bitcoiners that don’t passionately disagree on something. But so what. Grow up.

10/ And if you still can’t accept this reality, you’re in luck, because bitcoin is completely permissionless. All you need to get started is available online, where you don’t need to interact with any oppressive bitcoiners (who probably wrote the material you’re reading).

11/ You are free to create as many industry groups as you like, open or closed. Can’t bitcoiners just be friendly? Why yes, we can! Within your popular, carefully-managed, strictly-moderated safe space, bitcoiners will be very careful with their thoughts and words I’m sure!

12/ Instead of focusing on who said what and how it made you feel when they said it, try doing something. Build something useful.

Do you want to change the way money works forever, or not?

https://twitter.com/nwoodfine/status/1132138203769581568

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May 25, 2019, 09:52:08 AM

I'm not a real beer drinker, but whiteout any questioning I do think the best beer/beers are coming from Belgium not ?

-so many styles of light-medium-heavy beers whatever you want

Most famous I think is maybe Jupiler, but much been drunk, La chouffe, Duvel, Duvel triple hop, Stella, Carlsberg, Westmalle double/ tripple, Orval and F*** what a long list of names it is

Yeah out of that list I've had the Duvel (probably my fave of the bunch), Carlsberg, and of course the Dude's new "favorite" beer apparently, Stella Artoes.



No more Oat Sodas.

Artois Smiley
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May 25, 2019, 09:53:54 AM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ubPhprQfQKE&feature=youtu.be&t=23566
Tone Vays and Roger Ver section of Malta Blockchain Summit 2019 - Live Stream

How long roger has been doing that. He is very polished at it. next to another idiot I guess.

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Btw everyone sleeping??


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May 25, 2019, 09:59:52 AM
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Artois Smiley

Yeah I know but in the commercial he pronounces it "artoes"...

The Dude doesn't seem like the kind of guy who would ever switch up his beer. Maybe they didn't have Oat Sodas at such a fancy looking place. I also don't think whatserface would order a beer either. She looks more like a mild cocktail drinker.



Actually with those big floppies hanging out maybe she likes a stronger drink. Shots of Patron, with Stella as the chaser.
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In further very mixed advice from Twitter:

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Listen here and listen well Are you behind, on your credit card bills? Good. Log into BitMEX and start buying. Is your landlord ready to evict you? Good. Log into BitMEX and start buying. Does your girlfriend think you’re a fucking loser? Good. Log into BitMEX and start buying

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I WANT YOU TO DEAL WITH YOUR PROBLEMS BY BECOMING RICH

https://twitter.com/ThinkingUSD/status/1132224166801944576

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Btw everyone sleeping??


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Took our first steps toward energy independence today with a Tesla Powerwall.
I'm observing Powerwalls too. waiting for solar but have already prepared most cabling. Natural gas to be replaced with heatpump too.

If a full Powerwall doesn't get you through the night you need to seriously look at your "base load".
I have seen radio's pulling 18W in standby (157 kWh/year) and microwaves using 8W to show the (wrong) time, Desktops using > 5W when off and floor heating pumps drawing 95W 24/7, even when not used in summer.

At night I have:
12W 12V outdoor LED lighting (9 x 1.2W running from a single high-efficiency adapter) [edit: corrected]
4W internet modem/wifi (with all status lights disabled)
18W freezer, 75W with about 25% cycle time.
10W fridge, 65W with about 15% cycle time.
8W standby central heater (I turn this off in the summer unless I need warm tap water)
5W phone charger (10W for half a night)
Total: 57W night-time usage.
a single 13.5 kWh Powerwall would last a me a 236 hour night.
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New diet no more carbs for a while, no wine etc. Seeking Ketosis.
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May 25, 2019, 10:35:43 AM

Facebook has 2.38 Billion Users (Q1, 2019)



This is insane! I think we are 7 Billion in the earth.

Yeah, out of these 2.38bil at least 2bil are fake spammy accounts  Grin
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F*** dammit one last thing, my GF booked a resto for tomorrow “VEGAN” just to try it .......

Not looking forward to go but F*** we gotta try everything I guess Roll Eyes

Don't forget the beano.
Then again, vegans probably aren't bothered by excess farting...goes with the territory I guess....


I don't have that problem, then again i'm not a Vegan Roll Eyes just a try and a friend of GF asked if we wanna join them.....

Still i'm not looking forward, let hope to be surprised somehow.
I am a stubborn omnivore, but I do have vegetarian streaks and vegan days on occasion. Some vegan food is really good!

BTW, I think Carlsberg is Danish not Belgian. My favorite "special" beer among the ones you listed is probably Orval, but there are so many good beers from Belgium it's hard to choose. My range goes from plain old Stella to sour, refreshing weiss Blanche de Namur through velvety amber Leffe. The only kind that doesn't seem to be widely produced in Belgium is IPA, a huge fad today.
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New diet no more carbs for a while, no wine etc. Seeking Ketosis.

Go for it! Bacon, eggs, cheese, steak, etc, mmmmmm. But understand it may take a few weeks until your metabolism fully adjusts, so be patient. Wine can definitely fit in a well-managed keto diet, with around 4g carbs for a good dry wine. You can save another carb or two with a very dry champagne. For me, it's sipping on some good old whiskey, 0 carbs. But be careful, alcohol hits much harder when you're in ketosis.
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I got vodka for now   Smiley
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It’s a good point.  It’s currently attached to the outside of house and has cameras on it, not that that is likely to help.
Safety comes primary from a good battery monitoring system, and secondary from how the cells are packaged. A shorted cell should heat up but heat transfer to the next cell(s) should be slow enough so the whole pack can't do a cascading runaway. Powerwall should vent some hot gasses but nothing more. Mine will be indoor and I plan to not store very flammable things like cardboard/paper right next to it. It's not a Chinese pouch cell, with just a thermal fuse, shrink-wrap "shielding", and very limited monitoring of charging and discharging conditions.
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