Tuesday, December 26, 2017

The Case for Good Memories

In the unlikely event of any stray passing readers finding themselves lacking in reading matter, this link to a recent essay by Keith Pandolfi:
The Case for Bad Coffee,
at a website called seriouseats.com, comes highly recommended by yours truly.

The essay makes one stop to think about one's own coffee-stained memories, or cheapo wine quaffing recollections, or flavourless economy meals with precious remembrances firmly attached. Nothing is ever bad or cheap or flavourless in certain circumstances - what really matter are those precious moments, forever imprinted in our memory banks.

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