Just watch the videos below. The design is nothing short of revolutionary, and not just for looks or function, but effectiveness and efficiency! I haven’t seen as good a combination of beautiful design and amazing effectiveness in a long, long time!
The video is about 6 months old at the time of this posting, but my avid cycling friends haven’t even seen this so it’s missing some key audiences, obviously!
In some restaurants, you can bring your own wine, but they will likely charge you a corkage or corking fee for it, probably for these reasons.
As marijuana is becoming legal in more places, there’ll be edibles with pot in it. Some of those products will have weed simply added to them, like a spice or flavouring. With quality of pot being rather varied, as much as prices, it won’t be long before many will want to inquire about bringing their own marijuana to restaurants.
If things worked with pot like with wine, restaurants will want to charge something equivalent to a corkage fee for wine.
But what will they call it?
Potting fee? Weeding fee? Rolling fee?
Got any good ideas to suggest?
Whatever the name, though, let’s just hope the fee won’t be too high! 😉
[Thanks to a colleague for the idea from which I made this post]
A week ago, I heard Randi Zuckerberg talk about her Pick Three book’s concept on a podcast with Cal Fussman, in a wonderful episode about many more important issues. The Pick Three concept was that for each day, you identify three priorities to focus on a little more than other things to be able to do those three things well. I loved the idea, enough that I have decided to incorporate it into my life for at least 2019! However, I did not go buy the book (no offense intended to Randi), because as I researched more about the book and method, I thought I could create my own to suit my life and attitudes towards how to do this. So here is what I came up with for my Pick 3 system, with number to differentiate from Randi’s, in no particular order of presentation: