The other has a very expensive, fully automatic espresso maker that will grind the beans, froth the milk for a latte, and gets it perfect every time at the touch of a button, but uses generic store-brand beans. To him, as long as the coffee is made well, the beans don't matter.
Which is the greater coffee snob?
I have two friends who both drink a lot of coffee, and who would describe themselves as picky when it comes to getting a good cup, but they're very different in their approaches.
One prefers drip (and will go so far as buying camp-stove drip coffee makers for camping trips) and will decry the use of any brands of bean that don't cut it. The beans must be one of his preferred, more expensive brands.
A friend asked me to record a poem by Hilaire Belloc for his show, so I did.
Here's the poem itself: https://soundcloud.com/levibreederland/ballade-to-our-lady-of-czestochowa-by-hilaire-belloc
And here's his production: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gcr_Wd7t0jc
Church website dos and don'ts https://levisan.me/blog/church-website-dos-and-donts
If only some of the "bigger" sites would experiment with #sqrl https://ohryan.ca/2019/10/08/sqrl-poised-to-save-us-from-password-hell/
'Countries will only want control': Steve Wozniak warns governments will stifle crypto growth through heavy regulation
Catholics and Harry Potter
Another friend, this time with a full-length album: https://combine.fm/spotify/album/1RRPSBYfNH9qE1ovnvBsz5
Glad to see that @adam isn't the only person preaching against the religion of climate change https://hursh.ca/2019/09/climate-action-becomes-religion/
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