Fahim,Not for you or me then Asher!
Brisbane does have its lighter and more cultural side.
Southside as it is called, is across the river from the CBD.
It contains the University, the museum and two art galleries along with a cultural centre, restaurants, walks, gardens and entertainment centres and theatres.
It’s all very modern.
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Yes hanging out at Starbucks drinking Lattes and staring at computers is normal social behavior found in many human societies around the globe.
Good odds, hunt? That post is a little bit sexist, I would say.Starbucks?
Don’t knock ‘em, James!
As in the animal world, folk depend watering holes to feed, for respite.......and hunt!
4 men to 10 women: good odds!
....or else gender fluidity at work!
Admittedly! But my respect and adoration for my friends who are gay, kind of balances my mysogenistic impulses!Good odds, hunt? That post is a little bit sexist, I would say.
@ Jérôme,Would you imagine that I discovered Starbucks only about 15 years ago? We did not know that gigantic paper mugs were called "venti" at the time. Actually, we did not have gigantic paper mugs. We had cups like this one:
I had a real nice Latte this morning served in beautiful cup and saucer similar to this. Simple to clean, sterilize and reuse for the next patron. Unlike a Starbucks that produces mega huge amounts of garbage that local communities are left to dispose of.Admittedly! But my respect and adoration for my friends who are gay, kind of balances my mysogenistic impulses!
Your picture is an inspiration for me!
This sampling of your picture is so architectural, simple and clean!
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Jerome Marot: Coffee Cup
Cropped by Asher, with permission
Wish I was that succinct in my words