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    (Oh, and book now!)

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      Ahhh Captain Jack! That makes me want to watch Torchwood again, the first two series were fantastic. I know it's unlikely now but I'd love it if the brought Jack back into Doctor Who, they did leave him on a rather massive cliffhanger after all.

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        colinclean first of all - 46 is not old, or is there an additional number missing - second: wjs said all there is to say - on all accounts, as allways, nothing to add by my part - and he described it perfectly as well - even SirTerry would be proud of his footnotes! * third: you can never leave this thread - even if you would like to leave - because there is a magic spell over this thread protecting it and bind everything in it, I will not go into detail - its a bit complicated, you won´t propably know, but it has something to do with this "big ball of wibbly wobbly, timey wimey stuff" - don´t bother yourself with it

        referring to the coffee gringer: no problem either: you know what? Chuck Norris has no grinder either - he just uses his hands! problem solved!

        * I LOVE FOOTNOTES **
        ** and I really love my thread and all the amazing bees who visit, and stay for a cup of ...

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          Originally posted by TheLibrarian View Post
          third: you can never leave this thread - even if you would like to leave
          Is this thread the Hotel California?

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            TheLibrarian's Log - 19.7.2017:

            - PusherClub - actual week - day 3 complete
            - 8 Brocades Qigong Practice

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            Well, what shall I say? Still in recovery mode - definitely till next weeks appointment with my orthopedist - and then I hopefully get an: "OK, go back into the ring Buddy!"

            Therefore I looked for some other stuff in the meantime and read some stuff and then I stumbled over Qigong ... I tried it out - it was great! Will definitely do it more often.

            Now: will look for some cooler places (35degree ...)


            Enjoy your evening bees!

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              Originally posted by wjs View Post

              Is this thread the Hotel California?


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                I have to confess to being a coffee aficionado

                I have a Dalla Corte Mini at home with a grinder dedicated to espresso beans.* Unfortunately it is out of order at the moment because of the steamer not steaming properly. I have to say it has nothing to do with the equipment. It is 8 years old and has been in use every day.

                Instead I use a French Press with a grinder for French Press beans. I also subscribe to a monthly delivery of freshly roasted coffee beans. Don't tell anyone but I bring my grinder and French Press with me when going on holiday so not to miss out on my freshly grinded morning coffee. For me it is one of the sacred moments of the day - A fresh cup of coffee in the company of Darebee.

                For my birthday I got a Kalita Wave filter dripper which I have great expectations to. I have never used an Aeropress or cold brewed. Something I must do after reading about it here at TheLibrarian coffeehouse.

                I have also taken several barista courses even one about chemistry and milk foam by Morten Münchow.

                But I consider myself no snob and I never turn down a Nescafé if that is my host's favoured brand.

                The Coffee Universe is so immense and I love sharing coffee experiences. So please tell me more

                * A friend of mine works as a bar manager so I got a good bargain.

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                  Sundance Wow - many informations in your post I will definitely investigate further


                  But I want to quote two sentences in particular - because they are well said! I second that!




                  Originally posted by Sundance View Post
                  For me it is one of the sacred moments of the day - A fresh cup of coffee in the company of Darebee.

                  ...


                  The Coffee Universe is so immense and I love sharing coffee experiences. So please tell me more


                  You know what? 24 hours of brewing is over ... will now visit my fridge and then I salute you all - coffee-bees out there!


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                    I love all the references in here.
                    I'm a big fan of Doctor Who, I haven't watched everything yet but I'm slowly progressing. (I've come to the point that watching series isn't a hobby anymore and I download less since the takedown of kat) I remember that I've once followed the miracle day season from Torchwood on tv, to great frustration of my family as it played around 9pm on tuesday and they also wanted to watch tv. We had a lot of fights about it but I thought I was in my right because I usually never follow anything on tv, I just thought they had at least allow me this one hour of tv in the evening that I wanted every week. My dad used his typical argument of 'Some people work all day and also want to have some fun but then they can't because they can't choose what they want to watch on tv' of which I then thought 'Some people go to school all day and want to have some fun in the evening because school also isn't always fun and mostly can't watch tv because other people are clinging onto the remote control' but I never said it out loud. Anyway, I don't know what age I was (13 or something) but I thought it was epic, at that point I hadn't heard yet of Doctor Who but it seems that it has hooked me on forever.

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                      Vliegendegieter when the Doctor needs a new assistant and is in Belgium ..., well, you know, just grab the keys!



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                      your reference to your family and the tv-remote-control, etc. sounds familiar ... but fortunately this is long in the past Now we are the true master of the "black-box". You know: "one remote-control to rule them all ..."

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                        Originally posted by TheLibrarian View Post
                        Vliegendegieter when the Doctor needs a new assistant and is in Belgium ..., well, you know, just grab the keys!



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                        your reference to your family and the tv-remote-control, etc. sounds familiar ... but fortunately this is long in the past Now we are the true master of the "black-box". You know: "one remote-control to rule them all ..."
                        I would do it without any second thoughts.

                        As for the remote control, I've found my own tactics. My father always falls asleep after 10 minutes when he's watching tv so I usually then take the remote control out of his hands to watch my own stuff. Or I put the tv on myself so that I have it from the beginning but this is harder than the previous tactic because then my mother still tries to control what we're watching. (Depends on the time of the day) Or I just watch tv during the day, when I'm alone, the last few weeks I've grown fond of watching children's shows because for some reason there are still many from my childhood playing on tv.
                        It all depends on the time of the day but I've found my own way. It also seems that the internet addiction that me and my siblings have, has finally jumped over to my mother. She has started to stick on her computer in the evening, leaving the tv free for me. Now it's the time of having fights about what is the best/easiest way of doing something on the internet.

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                          The Qigong Practice looks interesting I may have to give it a try...could be good for me to slow things down at times

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                            Originally posted by Trbrat75 View Post
                            The Qigong Practice looks interesting I may have to give it a try...could be good for me to slow things down at times

                            It looks good ... and feels good! Definitely great when you need to slow things down ... as in my case atm! Highly recommendable! Enjoy the session

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                              TheLibrarian's Log - 20.7.2017:

                              - PusherClub - actual week - day 4 complete
                              - stretching

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                              Today I had an appointment by a podologist, because of my torn heel. My wife found a good one. It worked out nicely so far. The main thing is taken care off, just a minor spot which needs now to heal off on its own. slow and steady ... slow and steady! One thing at a time! First part is now taken care off - next appointment: othopedist! Time sucks - I need a TARDIS! But I have forgotten where I parked it ... If you see a blue box, just call:

                              "0118 999 881 99 9119 7253" its the new and improved emergency service.




                              Enjoy your evening bees! Till the morror - theLibrarian is now ready for bed

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                                I love IT Crowd references. Also, George R. R. Martin wrote 2016. Look at all the major deaths that occurred, and the political upheaval.

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