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ethan
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Being a 25-year old chap living in the western-most town of Germany. Stuying communication and information science and being a huge fan of XS-related things.

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Friday January 24, 2003
03:21 AM

Back to work

[ #10157 ]

I seem to have survived the most furious outbreakes of my cold and so, I am now recovering early in the morning with hot cups of wonderfully refreshing Earl Grey (which the Britishers will know). This tea is one that could even rival a very good coffee (which the Britishers won't know).

Besides that, I grabbed the new mplib release, moved the old MP3/Mplib directory to a safe location and ran h2x -O -b 5.5.3 -n MP3::Mplib mplib.h once more. 0.02 will eventually have all the benefits of a second release: using ExtUtils::Constants and hopefully the absence of all the mistakes I made in the first release (many).

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  • wonderfully refreshing Earl Grey (which the Britishers will know). This tea is one that could even rival a very good coffee (which the Britishers won't know)

    What's wrong with our coffee?

    I do know Earl Grey, but I don't like it (although I understand that robrt [perl.org] does). What I do remember about Germany was that it was hard to find a decent cup of tea, because there's almost only ever condensed milk or cream provided - great for coffee, but not for tea. Earl Grey is supposed to be drunk without milk - maybe

    • What's wrong with our coffee?

      Not so much, except that your coffee always tastes rather like tea. ;-) Honestely, the anglosaxon world doesn't know how to fix a proper cup of coffee. A decent coffee is supposed to make your heart bump furiously and - if necessary - revitalize a dead body.

      What I do remember about Germany was that it was hard to find a decent cup of tea, because there's almost only ever condensed milk or cream provided - great for coffee, but not for tea.

      I agree on this one though. Tea on