Here’s another post on drinking, since I’m probably going to be doing some later this evening. How to Make an Old-Fashioned if You Aren’t Trying to Impress Anyone What you’ll need: an old-fashioned glass (short tumbler) sugar (one cube, or equivalent loose) bitters bourbon (or scotch, or rye – I use bourbon) ice water (not… Continue reading »
One of the things about me that is routinely commented upon is my drinking. This is not to say that I drink too much, or too often – it is to say that I drink well. My style attracts notice. That, and I perhaps indulge from time to time in drunken tweeting, which is like… Continue reading »
In keeping with a culture of sharing best practices, following are my tips for maintaining an optimistic attitude at work.
Q: If you could choose ten people to have a drink with, from any point in history, who would they be and why?
Nothing helps to stimulate the thought processes better than a good wine, and I’m happy to report that Wife and I were at a perfect place to sample some of the grape on Friday.