It's a fun hobby if you enjoy the taste. You can get extremely nerdy with espresso, and also you can add pid control and sensors to dial in your shots. It's a fucking MONEY PIT though. Almost as bad as high end audio.
I love coffee, and grind my own beans, but that's about as far as I go, I use a Keurig for crying out loud But it pretty much comes out the same every time and it takes like a minute 2 tops of my time to brew my daily cup.cliffs first guy try hards
old computer (didn't watch)
I used to drink a ton of rockstar but switched to coffee.Occasionally. I was still drinking 2 x rockstar a day up until I bought a house. I still drink soda. But generally just diet ginger ale so no caffeine. But I'll buy pepsi / coke occasionally.
When they first came out we were buying so many at the office that we made a deal with the convenience store we were getting them from to buy them in bulk I was working 80+ hours a week because I was doing mine and my bosses job because he was out getting a bone marrow transplant. I was mainly getting the Blue ones though, they either had less or no sugar.Same use to drink OG monsters in college
Lost a lot of weight when I stopped drinking them wonder why......
In the past year my presbyopia has gotten really fuckin bad. IDK what's going on but I find myself not being able to see SHIT with my glasses on closer than maybe 6 inches. I gotta take em off and do the old man thingHoly crap, I REALLY need to go get my eyes checked and my prescription updated! Dropped another AMD CPU while installing it and bent 1 pin in the pretty much absolute middle of the array somehow and I missed it during my first and second visual check. I had to get the magnifying glass out in order to see the damn thing It was quite the chore getting it straightened back up while trying to hold the magnifying glass at the same time as well
I volunteered for something one time that involved training a lot of people face to face everywhere in the region, I didn't get paid anything more, and it sucked. Won't do again. Unless you're getting paid more for it, or expect advancement in some way, don't.Ya'll ever get talked into a being on webinars as a SME?
Pretty sure I'll do alright on this as public speaking has never been a big issue, but still kinda nervous I'll say something stupid. lol