Age is just a number, as proven by 62 year-old Milos Kmetko from Slovakia.
You know the score by now – here are a few links of what I’ve been writing about on my other site. First up, the blends: Johnnie Walker Black Label (it’s very good) and Teacher’s Highland Cream (okay, for what it costs).
Then the single malts: a old Bruichladdich bottle that I bought on an online auction site (there are loads for whisky); and a treat to myself, the Dalmore King Alexander III. And finally, a single grain whisky from a closed distillery.
By Joseph Farquharson.
By John Ritchie.
Randall Hayes delves into the scientific theories concerning the age-old questions of death and resurrection. Kind of runs on from the last post (just to add some further cheer at this time of year).
It’s probably not the most merry thing to read at this time of year, but it’s a fascinating piece. Eric Puchner meets a sixth-generation funeral director, who would like to help everyone understand something uncomfortable: death.
I knew almost nothing about what happens to Americans after they’ve breathed their last. Astonishing, if you think about it: that a person could live half his life without coming face-to-face with the one thing that unites us all.
A fine film that strips London of its light pollution, and show you what you’d probably be able to see instead. Beautiful stuff.
It’s pretty good! Here’s the original, if you’re one of the three people who haven’t yet seen it.
This is Amazon’s eighth generation fulfilment centre. It “utilizes robotics, Kiva technology, vision systems and almost 20 years’ worth of software and mechanical innovations to fulfill holiday orders”.
I think I spotted about three people.
I’ve seen plenty of photos of this place, but film seems to make it seem so much more… well, weirdly beautiful.