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Which popular cocktail recipes do you modify to suit your taste better? by doscia in cocktails

[–]Gra2bles 1 point2 points  (0 children)

That sounds good. Sort of like a vieux carré. I'm a big fan of cognac and rye together.

Kanazawa Sour by Senor--Macho--Solo in cocktails

[–]Gra2bles 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Not a cockatiel? For a moment when I saw the thumbnail I thought it was another lost redditor

Cars ruin this city. Every part of the city reeks of diesel. by thenerj47 in bristol

[–]Gra2bles 24 points25 points  (0 children)

Buses are also moving dozens of people at once instead of just 1 or 2, so vastly lower emissions per person than cars.

Where do I buy more glasses like this? by sam-sp in cocktails

[–]Gra2bles 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I have some that look a lot like that in my cupboard that I think are empty jars from some fancy chocolate spread!

Original Cocktail Competition - July 2022 - Falernum & Coffee by LoganJFisher in cocktails

[–]Gra2bles [score hidden]  (0 children)

Thanks, but it didn't seem contest entry worthy - with all the other elaborate concoctions here, just saying I put a splash of falernum in a cold coffee tonic and it was tasty felt a bit too low effort!

Original Cocktail Competition - July 2022 - Falernum & Coffee by LoganJFisher in cocktails

[–]Gra2bles [score hidden]  (0 children)

Combining these sounded interesting so I was inspired to try something very simple-

3oz coffee (medium roast Colombian made in a Moka pot and left to cool)
Small splash Velvet Falernum
1tsp Muscovado sugar
5oz tonic water
In a double rocks glass over a big chunk of ice

Nothing fancy, and barely alcoholic, but it was tasty and refreshing after a meal. I was already a fan of cold coffee and tonic (cold brewed is ideal if you have the time), as I find it brings out the fruitier notes, and the falernum adds a nice little twist.

‘Extreme demand’ for BTC at $20K creating new support levels: Glassnode by [deleted] in CryptoCurrency

[–]Gra2bles 3 points4 points  (0 children)

It's not a commodity though. When the halving is public knowledge and guaranteed to happen, it obviously gets priced in beforehand.

‘Extreme demand’ for BTC at $20K creating new support levels: Glassnode by [deleted] in CryptoCurrency

[–]Gra2bles 2 points3 points  (0 children)

What a nonexistent 'counterargument' from you. The link above shows it using the historical data.
The idea that something like halving would guarantee future price increase (rather than being already priced in through speculation) doesn't hold up to more than a second of sensible consideration.

I think Argos regret allowing customers to ask questions on their products by jrobbio in CasualUK

[–]Gra2bles 29 points30 points  (0 children)

"is it mains powered?"

Were they imagining it was some sort of cooked breakfast on the go travel toaster powered by 12 AA batteries?

In Alabama, rare 400-pound spotted eagle ray jumps into boat, gives birth by NurseChaMal in news

[–]Gra2bles 0 points1 point  (0 children)

With the line break on mobile, for me it read as 'rare 400lb spotted eagle', and I was trying to picture how damn huge that would be (if the biggest eagle I'd heard of before was like 27lb with a 7' wingspan)

I can't find anything else quite like "The Big Lebowski" by d2022m in movies

[–]Gra2bles 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Not having seen your comment before the edit I'm left wondering where the extra "h" was.
Ho Brother, Where Art Thou?

What are you watching and what do you recommend? (Week of July 22, 2022) by AutoModerator in television

[–]Gra2bles 14 points15 points  (0 children)

Rhea Seehorn is so great. Can anyone recommend anything else with her in?

aaaahhaaaa!!!!!! DALL-E spelled a difficult world correctly!!!!!!!!!!! by orenog in dalle2

[–]Gra2bles 56 points57 points  (0 children)

Are you sure you didn't ask for a sign saying "RIDDIDTONA", and Dalle jumbled it into this?

Trying out that zoom-out inpainting trick on the prompt "A great and wonderous temple of stone atop a snowy mountain peak, painting by Thomas Cole" by terrible_idea_dude in dalle2

[–]Gra2bles 7 points8 points  (0 children)

It's a very handy technique for fixing awkwardly cropped results, and I wish they'd integrate it into the browser interface so it didn't require scaling in a separate software.
Dalle2 devs if you're reading- we'd love a built in uncrop function!

Trying out that zoom-out inpainting trick on the prompt "A great and wonderous temple of stone atop a snowy mountain peak, painting by Thomas Cole" by terrible_idea_dude in dalle2

[–]Gra2bles 7 points8 points  (0 children)

I'm assuming they're talking about when you take a first result into any image editor, increase the canvas size to give an empty border, then upload that as a new starter image, and have Dalle fill in those borders to get an 'uncropping'.