A friend of mine wanted to get some Whiskey and asked me for recommendations. One of them was the Akashi Blended White Oak by Eigashima (?????) which I tried a while (about two years) ago, in a very small potion (about 1 bottom). I liked it quite a bit back then, which ...
Today, I went to the city and after a while, I decided I wanted a snack. So I went to a fish shop I was nearby (where they sell all kinds of fish like Kibbeling, Haring and Lekkerbekken). Inside, it was really calm (because it was just before closing time) ...
A while ago, I have posted review of Coinhive. At this point in time, it has earned me 0.03335104XMR over a timespan of 4 months. While it isn't a great amount of money, it is something.A few weeks ago, the people over at hit me up and asked if I ...
A few weeks ago, I received a package from Sweden. When opening this package, I got a free drum kit? Can't remember ordering one of those, and my tight finances can't really afford the thing. It was clearly intended for me, as my name and address and everything were on ...
Hey G33ks,With the current mining craze, A very frequent question I ask about mining is: "What is my PC actually doing?" So for those people, I have decided to make this post.This post does assume that you already know what mining does in the global lines. If ...
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