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Just finished reading James Clavell’s Shōgun. An exceptional read.

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It’s part of his Asian Saga which is written non-chronologically. I’ve now moved on to Tai-Pan, which revolves are the founding of Hong Kong during the “China Traders” (opium smugglers) period.

I’d already watch the Richard Chamberlain television adaptation, and looked up the trailers for the subsequent adaptations. Much to my joy I saw John Rhys-Davies appear in Noble House opposite Pierce Brosnan. Part of me home his character a descendant of Vasco Rodriguez.

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isn’t it weird that violent crime offenders get so much more time in prison? like, if the theory with imprisonment is that it’s a punishment for some awful thing you did, I feel like there are tons of nonviolent crimes that have so much more culpability than 2nd degree murder.

A headgefund manager that embezzles millions of dollars put much more foresight and thought into committing this crime than some angry teenager that snaps and murders their parents. Yet only one of those two crimes is going to get 25 to life.

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I really enjoy the flavor of deep woody flavored teas, does anyone have any suggestions?

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I really enjoy the flavor of deep woody flavored teas, does anyone have any suggestions?

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Hello! I am looking for the most caffeinated kinds of tea on market. I enjoy starbucks in the morning but throughout the day, I really enjoy being near manic from caffeine via tea. Helps me focus! open to all suggestions! Thanks so much!!

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Hello! I am looking for the most caffeinated kinds of tea on market. I enjoy starbucks in the morning but throughout the day, I really enjoy being near manic from caffeine via tea. Helps me focus! open to all suggestions! Thanks so much!!

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Fell in love with the Paris blend from my Amazon set last year and recently bought a canister from the NY store front. But… it tastes different?

The sealed tea bag was rich with berry and cream flavor while the loose leaf tastes like someone drank the teabag version then coughed in my mouth (Sorry, lol).

I have experimented with amount/brew times but nothing brings back that richness.

Anyone else have this issue? I saw a post from 7 years ago with the same issue with the same blend.

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Sometimes, I just want to sit with an old fashioned typewriter and write all day, wrapped in a blanket on a rainy day with some tea. Just me? Alright, then.

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Fell in love with the Paris blend from my Amazon set last year and recently bought a canister from the NY store front. But… it tastes different?

The sealed tea bag was rich with berry and cream flavor while the loose leaf tastes like someone drank the teabag version then coughed in my mouth (Sorry, lol).

I have experimented with amount/brew times but nothing brings back that richness.

Anyone else have this issue? I saw a post from 7 years ago with the same issue with the same blend.

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When I started with tea a while ago I had a strong preference for more nutty or strong teas. However since I wasn’t too good at shopping for tea I also bought some more leafy light tea unintentionally. And since they weren’t that bad and I didn’t want to waste tea I still drank them. however one day after drinking a lot of nutty tea I decided to brew the other types because why not and I suddenly noticed the difference but in a positive light. The tea felt fresh, idk how to describe it, I read a book that had a list of words to describe tea but I didn’t bother remembering them. Anyways I just wanna leave this here.

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