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hatredismymuse:

"You probably still vote" is my favorite insult.

Link 23 Jun 83 notes How to Drink All Night But Never Get Drunk»

parislemon:

Aaron Goldfarb on a trick Jim Koch, founder of Boston Beer Company taught him:

You see, what Owades knew was that active dry yeast has an enzyme in it called alcohol dehydrogenases (ADH). Roughly put, ADH is able to break alcohol molecules down into their constituent parts of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen. Which is the same thing that happens when your body metabolizes alcohol in its liver. Owades realized if you also have that enzyme in your stomach when the alcohol first hits it, the ADH will begin breaking it down before it gets into your bloodstream and, thus, your brain. 

“And it will mitigate – not eliminate – but mitigate the effects of alcohol!” Koch told me.

Just a spoonful of yeast, helps the beer go down. Also love the note about Koch, a billionaire, carrying his own glass around at all times.

via ParisLemon.
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Photo 18 Jun 13 notes orphanwork:

Martin Kollar

orphanwork:

Martin Kollar

Photo 18 Jun 183,980 notes amazed:

I follow back everyone!

amazed:

I follow back everyone!

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Photo 18 Jun 248 notes oregontopatagonia:

Yesterday I biked over what I believe will be the highest pass of my whole trip. 14,300 feet. There is not one single tree that grows here. There is also very little oxygen. But there are lots of Llama and Alpaca farms and farmers. We slept in an abandoned school building on an Alpaca farm. That was cool. #oregontopatagonia #peru (at Ayaviri District, Melgar)

oregontopatagonia:

Yesterday I biked over what I believe will be the highest pass of my whole trip. 14,300 feet. There is not one single tree that grows here. There is also very little oxygen. But there are lots of Llama and Alpaca farms and farmers. We slept in an abandoned school building on an Alpaca farm. That was cool. #oregontopatagonia #peru (at Ayaviri District, Melgar)

Quote 18 Jun 76 notes
It’s not the Iron Throne I see when I’m working on ‘The Winds of Winter.’ It’s not the Iron Throne I want my readers to see. The way the throne is described in the books … HUGE, hulking, black and twisted, with the steep iron stairs in front, the high seat from which the king looks DOWN on everyone in the court … my throne is a hunched beast looming over the throne room, ugly and assymetric … The HBO throne is none of those things.
— George R. R. Martin, on one key difference between his books and the show. (via parislemon)
Photo 17 Jun 16 notes orphanwork:

Wendy Wagner and Tom Carlin. © Bev Morgan

orphanwork:

Wendy Wagner and Tom Carlin. © Bev Morgan

Photo 17 Jun 261,090 notes xokrista:

electriclady-land:

LA billboards giving out life lessons.

I saw this the other day and wish I snagged a picture of it. I’m so glad to see it on my dash. It’s perfect.

xokrista:

electriclady-land:

LA billboards giving out life lessons.

I saw this the other day and wish I snagged a picture of it. I’m so glad to see it on my dash. It’s perfect.

Quote 17 Jun 33,945 notes
Maturing is realizing how many things don’t require your comment.
— Rachel Wolchin (via psych-facts)

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