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  1. Hey there, I have been a long time lurker here. Only had 1 phase of posting somewhat regularly back in 05-07 or thereabouts, but it wasn’t a memorable or significant contribution. Managed though to rack up a decent post count back when the number of posts you had was displayed under your username along with the accompanying tag. I remember being really happy finally upgrading from being an amateur! Anyway my most vivid memory is something that no one else will recall because it involved only me directly really. I randomly entered the best user award during one of my more regular po
  2. Yea that makes better sense thanks. I guess it was a bit of a silly question but I was thrown off a bit by drinking warmish espresso from my thermos that had been in a fridge for a few hours.
  3. I have been making espresso with my 5 cup bialetti and after adding a bit of sugar and letting it settle to room temperature, I just stick it in the fridge for a few hours. I drink it like a regular (warm) espresso, measure wise, and It’s lovely.
  4. I was cross eyed for a bit but eventually I managed to get what you’re saying thanks. I’m happy now that I won’t wake up tomorrow to lukewarm espresso straight out of the fridge.
  5. Am not an expert unfortunately so not sure. Im just thinking if the effects of the thermos wears off after 8 hours and the contents start to become warmer, the benefit of being in the fridge won’t then kick in because the outer coating of the thermos prevents this and the contents will continue to warm. I see your point though. I guess i will take the advice above and just experiment myself and report back (not that anyone would be interested!) I was going to do this anyway but was just interested in others thoughts... like what was was mentioned above... plane, conveyor belt etc.
  6. My argument though is that, with the way it seems a thermos works, surely being in a fridge is irrelevant because the design of a thermos prohibits the fridge from having an effect on it and the temperature of its contents, no? I apologise for the tedious subject and content but it’s annoying me a bit!
  7. I do not place solid ice in the thermos with the liquid before placing in the fridge... As I’m using it for espresso I would not want to risk diluting it. I am trying to establish if the thermos, due to its mechanics let’s say, would protect its contents from the coldness of the fridge and continue to work as normal with the liquid eventually becoming warmer after the 8 hours, despite remain in the fridge.
  8. Apologies for a bit of a boring subject. I have searched for answers and cannot find anything helpful. Bit of a science maybe behind this, not sure. Basically obviously a thermos keeps hot liquids hot and cold liquids cold for a certain amount of time. I enjoy chilled espresso in the summer so have recently purchased one for this reason. So today I brewed a few cups worth of espresso and left it to reach room temperature (with sugar). I then transferred it to my new thermos and placed it in the fridge. (I have, prior to this, just been storing the espresso in the fridge in a regular
  9. These video refs are watching Netflix i reckon in their little room when England play.
  10. As others have said, Issey Miyake It never failed in my younger days on nights out. I used to wear all different kinds of fragrances, most of which didn’t get noticed or get any compliments, but this particular one, women would always say how nice it was. Even when I wore it shopping. I remember a day when I wore it to work once which I never did as i would often save it for nights out, and three different people complimented me on it.
  11. This is against the rules of the game I believe, citing an article I read regarding Plymouth, whose manager I think wanted to use their away kit at home because everything from their home kit, grass and stadium decor was too green and similar. Apparently clubs are allowed only one game a season or something where they are allowed to choose which kit to wear in a game. Otherwise the rule is home kit for home and home kit for away unless parts of their home kit clashes with the the home kit of the team they are visiting. I haven't read any official ruling though.
  12. I think the OP has raised a valid point and the responses of some here are quite disappointing. Its perfectly logical to have a young player coming through who, as first team manager, I may think would better suit another position. Surely, with it being a bit of a risk to blood him in the first team in the new position, it would be ideal to be able to instruct my u21 manger to do so in the under 21 team to make him more accustomed to the position. I dont have any experience with 'B Teams', but I know the 'use the First team tactics' doesn't solve this issue with u21 teams and to take charge o
  13. A 'throw in' to the opposition, at 2-2, in the last 10 minutes. I was fuming. <iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/wZ2qE1qYjsQ" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
  14. http://vimeo.com/m/channels/oswreview Does anyone watch these? A bunch of Irish guys review past ppv from the wwf (85 - 92 mainly) era via a video podcast. It's absolutely hilarious and the humour is consistent with that found on otf in the past. The editing is brilliant and background knowledge about the ppv provided in each episode is quite interesting.
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