Seems retarded and useless to me. Unless, of course, they're making cars that can overpower the brakes now? Last time I checked, there wasn't a single car on the market in the US with this capability.
56k on a Sega Saturn with the Netlink adapter.
This has to be staged. Nobody that stupid remembers to breathe for more than a couple of consecutive days.
I drink a fair bit of tea, too. Mostly Earl Grey.
You know, the more I hear about your mom, the more I like her.
If I'm working at a place that has a multi-plate Bunn, I'll bring my own coffee and commandeer a pot (either the decaf pot or one that I mark in some way), and make coffee to my liking. After a couple of days, I notice I'm not the only one drinking the heavy-duty stuff.
The above-mentioned dessert abominations are just fine, as long as there's at least two shots of whiskey in them. For dessert. Or breakfast.
I have a couple of those stovetop machines in my coffee maker collection, too. My only issue with them is that they won't make enough in one go to fill my favorite cup (~20oz.). Cafe Bustelo is okay, but there's a local roaster hear than makes a mean Italian roast for $10/lb. (Compare to Starbuck's bagged coffee at $10/12oz.)
The steam-type espresso machines are basically just small drip machines, and the results kinda show it (I have one of those in a closet somewhere), but my Krups pump-type espresso machine does a decent enough job. My everyday coffee maker of choice these days is a Bodum Santos electric. Its product is far superior to drip coffee, and (IMO) is every bit as good as french pressed coffee without the grit and hassle.
I was just about to change it when you replied, ended up deleting it instead:( Yes, that would be a latte or cafe Americano (not sure which). I was going to suggest that if you did want to make a cafe mocha, just add some Nestle's Quik to the milk before adding the coffee. It's really good.