"TSG Coffee and Café with Wi-Fi" #15

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they topped it off with gas
Yup. That's what works many times, and as long as you and Brandy are cool right now (y)

Heat index here has been 100+(F) for several days, and more to come.

This being a virtual coffee shoppe, I'm considering an iced coffee.
But iced tea (not too sweet) works as well
:)

Cheers all, be cool :cool:
 

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Heat index here has been 100+(F) for several days, and more to come.
Today it's only 90F with the heat index but tomorrow they say it will be 102F.
 

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In spite of global warming, heat waves all around, and a pandemic, the only safe place to cool off right now is Antarctica, but I reckon that's off limits.
 
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Hi Folks, :)

Hope you're keeping cool over there, ;)

Morning Mark, :)

using the heater more these days, a wet week ahead.
 
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Hi folks, :)

Hi Cookiegal, :)

G'Day RT, :)

I was up 'til 2am last night watching a film with John Travolta called 'Blow out', didn't like the ending.

Hi Tina, :)

Thanks for the coffee & cup cakes. (y)

Evening Mark, :)

Have a great weekend.
Hi Ymfoster, Good Morning! :)

You just reminded me of the handsome guy John Travolta. I just watched Urban Cowboy last night starring Debra Winger and John Travolta. The two of them made a great couple and the acting was very nicely done. It's one of my favorites!! I enjoy anything that John Travolta appears in.

Here is another cup of coffee and some french toast with the complimentary of strawberries and whipped cream.

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Howdy folks, and you know who you all are
:D
Or should I've said y'all? ;) )
 

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Thanks Tina! I'm a bit jealous of that French toast you posted.
Been craving it off and on, my results are "variable."

And I'll just say 'Morning' to all,
can't say it's a good one here, but it is morning!

Evening to Yvonne!
 
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Hi Folks, :)

Hi Tina, :)
That french toast looks yummy & the coffee was lovely, (y)
I don't know how many times I've watched Grease but still enjoy all the songs.

Lovely view of Eastport Joseph. :)

Howdy RT, :)
very overcast here & now we have to wear facemarks in public. :rolleyes:
 
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Good evening folks.

Mornin' Yvonne.

We've been on the face mask deal for a couple of weeks now. I hate 'em!
Bloody hot here! And humid!
 
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I don't frequent the TSG Cafe often, but I do drink a lot of coffee.
And I just read this:

Fresh grounds for coffee: Study shows it may boost longevity

https://www.daytondailynews.com/new...s-may-boost-longevity/CdpAhV9PK7OpmMAglWN0FJ/


(y)


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I agree totally Johnny. Not only does coffee "boost longevity" it assist with a sharp mind with full concentration on your work and boost your perceptions and places your mind on high alert. I also believe that coffee can boost your immunity, intelligence levels and articulacy.

I drank coffee when attending online college and I received high honors for well written essays and positive feedback from professors who indicated that "I did a phenomenal job on my assignments with due diligence".

However, based on my personal experience coffee is not good if consumed heavily. Heavy consumption of coffee can lead to the jitters and hyperactivity! I would not overdo it's consumption. I believe that consuming too much coffee can lead to inattention with adverse effects if consumed in large quantities. I only consume one or two cups of coffee in the morning to start the day. Those who consume more than that may or may not be overdoing it depending on the individual as tolerance for consumption varies in each individual.
 

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Howdy folks!

Ya know that ol' saying "A sunshine shower won't last half an hour?"
Uh, I beg to differ!

For much longer than than a half hour, surprisingly hard rain fell while the sun did shine the whole time! :cool:
'Twas not a real storm upon me, but thunder was heard, and rained hard enough to see runoff...
but it was kinda cool to see the rain and sun glinting together.
Seemed like it was the perfect conditions for a rainbow as the shower faded, but I reckon wasn't in the exact right place, the right viewing angle, at the right time for that.

The radar indicated I was on the edge of a strong storm not too far away.
After a long time without rain, just heat and humidity, that was welcomed experience.
 
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Howdy folks!

Ya know that ol' saying "A sunshine shower won't last half an hour?"
Uh, I beg to differ!

For much longer than than a half hour, surprisingly hard rain fell while the sun did shine the whole time! :cool:
'Twas not a real storm upon me, but thunder was heard, and rained hard enough to see runoff...
but it was kinda cool to see the rain and sun glinting together.
Seemed like it was the perfect conditions for a rainbow as the shower faded, but I reckon wasn't in the exact right place, the right viewing angle, at the right time for that.

The radar indicated I was on the edge of a strong storm not too far away.
After a long time without rain, just heat and humidity, that was welcomed experience.
Hi RT, I seen dark clouds in my area around noon time and the wind was blowing fiercely and than when it rained it was just a mist. The storms were on and off throughout the evening. It appeared as a big bad storm and turned out to be mild. It was kind of like a tropical rain forest in my area yesterday with the rain as a fine mist but was abundant like as if someone placed a shower cap over a nosel. It rained on and off throughout the night and into the wee morning hours. I think if it doesn't stop there will be a flood somewhere.

I checked the weather channel and learned that there is a tropical depression developing in the Atlantic and I wonder if we are experiencing part of the depression since it seemed like a tropical rainforest to me.
 

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