Posts Tagged ‘tilt’

Oh No! Stock Up on Refreshing Anheuser-Busch “Tilt” Energy Drink Now Cause It’ll Be Limited to Just 8% Alcohol Soon

Wednesday, June 1st, 2011

It’s happening again! Our corporate overlords at Anheuser-Busch have agreed to lower the alcohol content of Tilt from today’s 10-12% all the way down to a maximum of 8%.

First they came for the Sparks
and I didn’t speak out because I wasn’t a Sparkser. [Orange, yish.]

Then they came for the Booya Espresso Silver Tequila with Caffeine
and I didn’t speak out because I wasn’t a Booya Espresso Silver Tequila with Caffeine drinker.

And then they came for refreshing Tilt Premium flavored malt beverage RED BLUE AND GREEN
and there was no one left to speak out for me.

Oh well.

Farewell to the whole Tilt Family.

It was a good run…

TILT Family

April 2010
Beer Category/Style:
Specialty – Premium flavored malt beverage.
Taste Profiles:
TILT Red has an intense blend of fresh fruit flavors reminiscent of cherry, orange, lime, and tropical fruit.
TILT Blue has an intense fresh blue raspberry flavor.
TILT Green has an intense blend of lemon-lime citrus flavor.
Brewed using the same high-quality brewing process as all our malt beverages, each TILT flavor is then infused with fruit flavor.
Interesting Facts:
Adults will enjoy the bold flavor of the TILT family. TILT RED contains 12 percent alcohol by volume (ABV), TILT Blue contains 11 percent ABV and TILT Green contains 10 percent ABV. Each flavor is available nationwide in clubs, lounges and liquor/convenience stores.

Walking the Dog, Frisco Style: San Fran Just Loves Justin Beck

Tuesday, May 31st, 2011


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The Tilted Houses of San Francisco

Tuesday, March 31st, 2009

How do people live like this?

As seen in San Francisco. Click to expand:

How to Photograph San Francisco’s City Hall

Friday, September 5th, 2008

First of all, wait for all the stuff to clear out. Like what? How about Darth Vader-ish sculptures or a Victory Garden with an extended lease?

Then, you just have to straighten out the flagpoles on both sides so that they’re parallel, if you want. This photo here at shows a little distortion if you look for it.

Here’s an attempt to portray parallel lines as parallel, the way they actually are in real life (more or less). This is the analog approach, which isn’t perfect.

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Or, you can do it in Photoshop with or without a plug-in like PTLens. You can do a more perfect job, but sometimes you end up with an artificial look.

Or, backing away from the building helps a bit, as shown here.

Or, you can just not worry about it.

No biggee.