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does anybody have time for hobbies? What do you do for fun?
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Reply 2 of 76 (Originally posted on: 07-17-13 09:45:10 AM)
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I have too many hobbies. I don't have kids, though. Still I don't get much time for them, but that's in some part due to the fact that I spend too much of my hobby time farting around intl with you noobs.

My latest hobby is coffee roasting. I don't love coffee in general, I hardly ever used to drink it. But one day I was confused about how standard coffee machines work, if the grounds ever get "steeped," so I started googling and found that they are largely unnecessary and do a poor job. So I bought some beans and tried brewing my own in the simplest way possible, crush beans into grounds with blunt object, make water hot with fire, mix water and grounds for a little while, pass water through some fabric to separate the two. It was delicious. Then of course I had to take this one step further, so I found that I could buy raw beans online and roast those on a stove with fire and a pan. The results are delicious. If I lived in a milder climate i'd start growing my own beans. But you (and anyone else who visits OD) knew all this already.



From one of my previous roasts.
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Reply 3 of 76 (Originally posted on: 07-17-13 11:08:14 AM)
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Well let's see, I play the Irish banjo (haven't gotten any good at it after nearly 4 years), I draw (deviantArt is not just furry porn y'all), and I spend some time looking up info on medieval names and languages.
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Reply 4 of 76 (Originally posted on: 07-17-13 11:40:38 AM)
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My latest hobby is coffee roasting. I don't love coffee in general, I hardly ever used to drink it. But one day I was confused about how standard coffee machines work, if the grounds ever get "steeped," so I started googling and found that they are largely unnecessary and do a poor job. So I bought some beans and tried brewing my own in the simplest way possible, crush beans into grounds with blunt object, make water hot with fire, mix water and grounds for a little while, pass water through some fabric to separate the two. It was delicious. Then of course I had to take this one step further, so I found that I could buy raw beans online and roast those on a stove with fire and a pan. The results are delicious. If I lived in a milder climate i'd start growing my own beans. But you (and anyone else who visits OD) knew all this already.


I can be kind of a coffee snob as well but I admit I've never used a cloth as a filter before. I used to make my daily coffee using one of these:

http://uploaded.badinternetdecisions.com/DrNick/15681coffee-manualdrip.jpg

Basically, just like with the cloth you heat the water up and then pour it into the grounds. For a slight loss in convenience the process offers a couple of features that are really nice over automatic drip machines:

1. More control over heat. Coffee shouldn't be brewed at boiling. It contains oil that burns at that temperature and burned coffee sucks. Unfortunately, boiling the water is exactly how drip coffee makers get the water up into the filter. Additionally, burners are aptly named and should be avoided at all costs. If you want to heat your coffee up later use the microwave (no seriously).

2. More control over brewing time. Optimally, the coffee should brew for a specific amount of time. You can control this somewhat with a drip machine (if it has that auto stop feature) but it isn't really that precise compared to manually doing it and if you're sitting in front of the machine timing your brew you're losing most of the convenience of it anyway.

3. They're easier to clean. I don't particularly enjoy taking my coffee with soap but if you don't clean the machine out you end up with oil in the basket and carafe as well as mineral buildup in the water tank and tubes. The only real alternative for a machine is to run vinegar through it but it doesn't really do a great job.

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Well let's see, I play the Irish banjo (haven't gotten any good at it after nearly 4 years), I draw (deviantArt is not just furry porn y'all), and I spend some time looking up info on medieval names and languages.


I think I tried learning guitar for like 7 years before I realized I was destined for failure and just kind of gave up. I mean, I probably would have been pretty good had I consistently practiced or really gave a fuck in general but, well, here I am. Not playing guitar.

I'm by no means a linguistic expert but I've always loved reading about and learning languages. I really do love reading about the development of the English language in particular. Mostly because it's filled with a bunch of odd little stories about how different words and phrases came to be the way they are.

The one that comes to the top of my head is "Orange" which used to be "Norange" from the Spanish "Naranja" (I could be wrong but I'm pretty sure Oranges are a Moorish invasion thing) but because "A Norange" sounds exactly like "An Orange" it gradually morphed.
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Reply 5 of 76 (Originally posted on: 07-17-13 12:08:42 PM)
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2. More control over brewing time. Optimally, the coffee should brew for a specific amount of time. You can control this somewhat with a drip machine (if it has that auto stop feature) but it isn't really that precise compared to manually doing it and if you're sitting in front of the machine timing your brew you're losing most of the convenience of it anyway.


I like the steep my coffee because that's the only thing that makes sense to me, as a tea drinker. When it just drips on through i'm left wondering how it got time to get any flavor. So I just steep it in a measuring cup and then pour it through a filter after a few minutes, which makes coffee like a french press would but without the equipment.

That drip thing requires a paper filter, right?

I got half-way decent at the guitar at one point. I'm no longer there, but luckily my muscle memory still remembers how to play the most impressive-sounding things that I learned, so I can still pick up a guitar and sound like a genius.

I also enjoy reading about languages. Not so much about details of syntax and vocabulary though, I get to snoozing pretty quickly once a conversation goes beyond some basic examples. I'm more interested in the spread of different language groups.

I've spent quite a bit of time staring at maps like these:





Oh, that reminds me, i'm also in love with maps. Half of the reason I still stop by reddit from time to time is for this: www.reddit.com/r/mapporn
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Reply 6 of 76 (Originally posted on: 07-17-13 12:10:55 PM)
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There is a whole thread about it. C'mon bro keep up.
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Reply 7 of 76 (Originally posted on: 07-17-13 01:27:16 PM)
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I have a filter coffee machine, and I love it. I love getting my own beans and grinding them - and having decent coffee.

Most of my friends swear by those espresso machines, with the little pistol you hook up in there and it pressures water through, you know what I mean?

I dislike that coffee, I really prefer my smooth dripped brew.

anyway, I dabble in woodworking a little whenever I can - its hard to find enough time to spend on actual projects though. I've been trying to design a standing desk to make lately, because I hear standing at a desk is much healthier than sitting. Unfortunately I am absolutely horrible at designing things and I can't figure out how to start it MAGUSMAGUSMAGUSMAGUS

I also cook. a lot. most days I spend an hour or two making food for myself, and often friends. I particularly enjoy making Moroccan dishes, so tasty
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Reply 8 of 76 (Originally posted on: 07-17-13 01:43:08 PM)
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Draw a picture of what you think it should look like. Then give it dimensions which make sense based on how/where it will be used. Then think about whether or not you've drawn something which you cannot build. Adjust wherever necessary. Begin building, continuing to adjust plans as necessary.

Draw everything you think. Do the math on paper. Put all of your thoughts on paper so that you can review them and make sure to the maximum extent possible that what you are drawing is not some escher-esque nightmare. When you start building and ultimately realized you've fucked something up, figure out how to adjust and make it work.
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Reply 9 of 76 (Originally posted on: 07-17-13 03:10:28 PM)
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I wish I had the tools and space that woodworking requires. I would build so much fucking furniture.

If the water trickles through too quickly then you're doing it wrong. Actually let me rephrase: You're doing it perfectly for the type of grinding you're doing (that is, imprecise). The finer the grind the longer the water will be in contact with the coffee because there's a smaller space between each grind for the water to trickle through.

Espresso actually requires a very fine grind because you aren't brewing so much as shooting steam through the coffee. A French press, Turkish coffee, or your steep and cloth method don't really require much of a grind at all because the water is sitting in the coffee steeping.

I'm actually not a huge fan of that method. I think it's too oily; I don't need my coffee to have the taste and consistency of tar.
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Reply 10 of 76 (Originally posted on: 07-17-13 03:20:35 PM)
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I love hobbies and hate that life doesn't allow for a greater devotion to them. That said in an effort to increase hobby time I cut out television almost completely. I also keep a daily excel spreadsheet dedicated to keeping track of a few of my hobbies.

My biggest hobby is reading. I'm a huge literature snob and as a result I try to only read 'great' books. Last year I read just over 30 books, this year I'm on track for around that again. I challenged myself at the beginning of the year to read 30 pages a day which is easy for some books and not so much for others. I keep track of all this through my daily spreadsheet.

Not sure if it counts but listening to Podcasts. Around the time I stopped watching TV I discovered podcasts and haven't looked back. It helps fill the empty background noise when I'm doing chores or just hanging out and since a lot of the podcasts I listen to are informative I learn stuff too. Some of my favorites include, Radiolab, Caustic Soda, Hardcore History, Common Sense, Skeptics Guide to the Universe, This American Life, You Look Nice Today.

A lesser hobby reserved for weekends is doing nature things. Hiking in the park, or biking by the river. I usually bring a camera with me to take photos (another hobby) and some field guides on wildflowers and trees (another hobby) in case I find anything interesting.

I also like to create mini-challenges. Doing something for 30 days or more commonly NOT doing something for 30 days. Or taking a very specific thing and trying to learn it real well. For example today I started my 30 day Oatmeal for breakfast challenge. I was unhappy about the things I commonly eat for breakfast so I decided oatmeal would be a suitable substitute on a daily basis. Its a small part of a larger challenge to change the way I eat as a whole.
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Reply 11 of 76 (Originally posted on: 07-17-13 03:24:47 PM)
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I love hobbies and hate that life doesn't allow for a greater devotion to them. That said in an effort to increase hobby time I cut out television almost completely. I also keep a daily excel spreadsheet dedicated to keeping track of a few of my hobbies.

My biggest hobby is reading. I'm a huge literature snob and as a result I try to only read 'great' books. Last year I read just over 30 books, this year I'm on track for around that again. I challenged myself at the beginning of the year to read 30 pages a day which is easy for some books and not so much for others. I keep track of all this through my daily spreadsheet.

Not sure if it counts but listening to Podcasts. Around the time I stopped watching TV I discovered podcasts and haven't looked back. It helps fill the empty background noise when I'm doing chores or just hanging out and since a lot of the podcasts I listen to are informative I learn stuff too. Some of my favorites include, Radiolab, Caustic Soda, Hardcore History, Common Sense, Skeptics Guide to the Universe, This American Life, You Look Nice Today.

A lesser hobby reserved for weekends is doing nature things. Hiking in the park, or biking by the river. I usually bring a camera with me to take photos (another hobby) and some field guides on wildflowers and trees (another hobby) in case I find anything interesting.

I also like to create mini-challenges. Doing something for 30 days or more commonly NOT doing something for 30 days. Or taking a very specific thing and trying to learn it real well. For example today I started my 30 day Oatmeal for breakfast challenge. I was unhappy about the things I commonly eat for breakfast so I decided oatmeal would be a suitable substitute on a daily basis. Its a small part of a larger challenge to change the way I eat as a whole.


All of this is productive as hell and I hate you for it.
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Reply 12 of 76 (Originally posted on: 07-17-13 05:32:05 PM)
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Makeup, guns, cooking/baking, and cleaning. Yes, cleaning is one of my hobbies, and I actually really enjoy doing it.
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Reply 13 of 76 (Originally posted on: 07-17-13 06:33:32 PM)
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Reply 14 of 76 (Originally posted on: 07-17-13 07:08:51 PM)
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Shady lives his life like an RPG game. He's a level 31 human.
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Reply 15 of 76 (Originally posted on: 07-17-13 07:43:32 PM)
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I play a few sports, mainly ultimate frisbee (yes it's a sport). I've gotten pretty good at it. Still terrible at hockey. I also do random science projects in my spare time, ideally for money but also for fun. Sometimes I play video games.
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I play a lot of soccer. Right now just once a week, but a few months back I was playing on 3 teams at once which was kinda overwhelming. I played goalie tonight, which is rare (though I was always goalie on one of those 3 teams I mentioned), but is a lot of fun. I love it, I just wish I was better at it. Ordinarily I'm a defender. Every once in a while I play as a winger or a forward but I go all out chasing balls and am not in excellent shape so I get tired quickly and have to get a sub.

Here I am about to kill some girl.  I have no idea how this play ended but I'm fairly sure no one was hurt 
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I got sucked up by my university's FSAE racing team. Now I have no idea when I'll get my master's degree but I get to build racecars and I've already gotten like four job offers so that's cool I guess.
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Reply 18 of 76 (Originally posted on: 07-18-13 11:10:55 AM)
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I spend much of time just working, nowadays. But I do have other activities/hobbies I do, I suppose:

I go to the gym a lot. I started going almost religiously 8 years ago, and have kept it going. The regime I follow is a CrossFit one. When I started, I went because I wanted to feel healthier, but these days I find I go because I get a good feeling afterwards. I would like to run a marathon soon, but that will have to wait until after the backpacking trip I'm taking next year in South America. Both involve different fitness commitments.

I am deeply involved in my local heavy metal scene. I've spent a fair bit of time organizing, working with, reviewing their work, and helping out members of bands. This also extends to working for a couple distros. One label I help manage is located here in Alberta, and holds a number of Western Canadian bands. The other one I act as the label/distro's subsidiary in Canada, since they are HQed in Texas. For the most part, I've really enjoyed it. I don't play musical instruments anymore, though.

For the most part, these two activities make up most of my "hobbies." When I do have time off, I usually just spend it with friends - either going out to drink or hosting a BBQ/poker game - or I peruse the Internet (usually Reddit) for the latest news. A couple years ago, I also made a habit of volunteering in non-profits around the area, but that hasn't been a big priority for me as I've had a ton of work lately.

I don't play video games much anymore. I've tried, but I find I just play them for a little while, and then leave. I don't really have passion for that anymore. The only involvement I have is helping out friends at their booths at gaming conventions and comic conventions. It can be a lot of fun, and that's really enjoyable. The last one I helped out is a close colleague of mine who was running a "steampunk" booth at a few expos.

I also haven't recreationally read in a very long time. I'm hoping to get back on that, but I'm not sure.
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Reply 19 of 76 (Originally posted on: 07-18-13 11:41:41 AM)
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I work all the fucking time. I go for long bike rides out to villages in Brandenburg most weekends, and every once in while I do some writing. I don't really feel satisfied with the amount that I write, but it's so hard to spend the whole day writing at work and then come home and write more, usually after work my brain is so burned out all I can do is try and cook some dinner and have a couple beers with my roommates.

I cook a lot, mostly middle eastern/Turkish food and Italian food, since all the groceries are Turkish in this neighborhood. It's harder to have hobbies during the summer though, I end up spending a lot of my free time drinking out by the canal. Which is great, don't get me wrong.

I go to clubs too, I guess most every weekend I get out to a club somewhere, or at least stay out drinking until six or seven. That kinda takes up a lot of time in this city I guess. And I have been traveling more now that I get paid pretty well and can take vacation days, but I don't really have anything else planned for this summer since my trip to Ibiza fell through. I was thinking about trying to go to Crete.

I usually read a book or two a month as well, but two days ago I broke my kindle's screen MAGUSMAGUSMAGUSMAGUS


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Reply 20 of 76 (Originally posted on: 07-18-13 02:36:41 PM)
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I need to get a kindle. I have enough stupid points on my company's stupid "we love you enough to give you cheap shit" catalog to get one but then they changed catalogs and my points haven't moved over yet and I don't even know if the new one has kindles on it anyway. MAGUSMAGUSMAGUSMAGUS
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I have a train set that my son and I work on, and have been working on building a kubelwagen for about five years. Do some sewing to make tactical gear for people, still do a bit of armoring.

Mostly I play with my kids or work. Work is mostly spending weeks building massive complex game scenarios (like I always dreamed about doing in high school when I'd make aok scenarios) for the soldiers to train on, or working with the motion sensors and such. Basically getting paid to do my favorite hobby, build game scenarios.
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Reply 22 of 76 (Originally posted on: 07-18-13 06:19:16 PM)
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Yep. I haven't found a range in town yet. Back in the woods, we had an open range where I saw some crazy stuff like .50 cals and uzis and one time a handcannon. I would like to find something similar here since I don't think the indoor range would like it if I brought my WASR 10 for target practice. Also we would like to get another black powder rifle. Those are a lot of work but super fun.
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Reply 23 of 76 (Originally posted on: 07-18-13 07:40:40 PM)
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What kind of toys do you have zippo?

I picked up a scar 17 a few months back before everything went crazy. Got a couple of 8mm mauser, a finish 20mm lahti on snow skis, an mp44,and an mg34,plus the odd assortment of m4/ak/sks's.

oh,and got a Sig 1911 tacops awhile back as an open carry weapon.
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