The Good & Bad of The Swoosh

Just why? 

Although, that being said, this is the first Kobe 11 I’m seriously considering plonking cash down for.



Cuppa Joe


My habit for coffee, and caffeine in general is well…well documented.

It is, however quite interesting that even in these times where almost every single thing is known about almost anything, we still haven’t truly figured out whether coffee is good or bad for us.

When I was in Japan I took the opportunity to wean myself off the wonder drug, and indulged in this lovely thing called sleep and rest. 1 cup in the morning, and well…whatever I could get during the day.
My girlfriend was the main instigator for coffee breaks (to rest our tired legs!) but otherwise, I did not crave the buzz.

So this is quite interesting really, and says quite a bit about how we metabolise coffee. It’s a little geeky, but if you’re into that sort of thing, it makes a lot of sense.




Sunday mornings seem to be THE day that I get things done.

From cleaning the kitchen to organizing my to-do list, planning out my meals for the week, to notes to myself, almost everything gets planned in part on Sunday mornings.

In fact, this post was composed on a Sunday morning.

Whatever happened to waking up hungover after a big Saturday night out, desperately craving for something to fill my tummy up?

Anyways, I’m expecting to make some slow cooked bbq pork shoulder for some tacos tonight after I get back from basketball. Should be epic, especially when you’re craving for some tasty carb goodness before the hypo kicks in.

Get Keen For The Ba’ath Party


You knew he was a badass, but to be able to stomach doing something like this to another human being…I dunno.

Goes to show what sort of monstrosities become necessities during times of war.
What would you do to consolidate power in order to preserve your self being.

The world is literally burning to the ground, one ash fall at a time.


This Is A Joke, Right? 

Inside the secret lab where Facebook tries to save your battery life

I’ve disabled & uninstalled Facebook & it’s associated Messenger app on my phone too many times that I care to remember, pointedly because of how much of a battery guzzler they are. 

Go ahead, check out how much RAM them apps take up even when you’ve closed them down nice and tight. 

So… To be reading this article, and to be expected the Facebook actually takes this seriously? 

No… Way… This is like an overdue April Fools joke right? 


As you get older, you feel like you deserve certain things, what we think are grown up things. A better car perchance, a mansion or even a pseudo minimalist industrial furnished apartment, things like that. 

Like that massive 6 wheeler G wagon up there. 

It just happens. 

You really do become more aware of your mortality & time left as you get older. 

Winter is really getting to me, the perpetual cold, lack of sunlight, I wouldn’t be surprised if I tested vitamin D defficient right now. 

I slothed it last night the moment my feet got through my garage entrance. At least there’s only 1+ month to go.