Sunday, April 24, 2011

cocktail.htm: Fravia's lost depot of cocktails and microprocessor prayers

CRACKERS' COCKTAILS & [other paraphernalia]

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(Updated June 1999)

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(Apparently nowadays each cracker has a particular cocktail to suggest)

Crackers' cocktails

__+ORC's Martini-Wodka__

+ORC has described the preparation of his mytical "Zen" Martini-Wodka in his lessons at least 100 times, here, resumed for you, his "HOW TO":  Get an "highball" glass (cylindrical "milk" glass: holds about 200-285 ml.) -  Two ice cubes -  Dry Martini from Martini Rossi (1/3 glass) -  Wodka Moskowskaia (only russian Wodka will do) (1/3 glass) -  Schweppes Indian Tonic (1/3) glass -  Lemon zest (from Malta???) -  Green Olive (from Tuskany ???) Sip slowly, look at the data, meditate, crack anything in sight.


__Fravia's Traitor__

I'll give you the recipe of a very good cocktail, called "the Traitor"  in the lagoons where I come from because you drink it happily till it's too late to stop: -  Orange Juice (use good oranges, not the sloppy spanish ones) -  Gin (Gordon Gin, nothing else) -  Nutmeg -  Honey Well, the 4 ingredients should "disappear", i.e. Orange Juice and Gin should annihilate, and Nutmeg and Honey too.  The perfect "Traitor" is a masterpiece of balance between the 4 ingredients... just try it, you'll love it. I believe it helps particularly when you try to find wich call  triggers a protection.


__Atheist's best__

Atheist (Atheist(at)usa(point)net) has not yet proposed so  many good cracking trick, but his  cocktail is really faboulous, I tried it: -  Ice cubes -  1/2 glass Wodka -  1/6 glass Maraschino -  2/6 glass Lemon Juice You prepare now ANOTHER glass with champagne (only) Now pour and mix everything together: you'll get TWO glasses of this incredible cocktail. Atheist says that he can crack *everything* after one glass, and  that he does not care if he cannot after both of them.


__ACP's Zombie__

Well, a good cracker (acp(at)xforce(point)net) poposes a good cocktail, here you go: 1) 1 kewl glass of russian vodka (of course :-) 2) 2 kewl ice-cubes... 3) a spoon of Chocolate Rum 4) 2 drops of fresh lemon  mix it all up, and you're ready to go!     __Apathy's white russian __ Well, a nice one (Apathy(at)operamail(point)com), here you go with  Apathy's own variation of the classic White Russian:  Take a good size glass (14 oz.) - basically a large milk glass and fill it as such: 1/4 Vodka (Russian is always the best - I can unfortunately only  find Smirnov where I live) 1/4 Spiced Rum (I'm sure any brand will do, but I have always found Cruzan and Captain Morgan's to be the best) 1/4 Kahlua  1/4 Light Cream (heavy cream if you like really rich drinks) nutmeg  The nutmeg quantity varies from person to person... Hell, you can put an  entire bottle in if you like (I can guarentee you will have a very  interesting night if you do  :-)   Sip your cocktail... sit back... put in some Pink Floyd... crack to  your hearts content.    __Makoli's Makoli __ Well, who said that we should only drink 'western' cocktails?  (makoli(at)hotmail(point)com) (a reality Fravia), gives us the  following: Yes, that's right: makoli is the name of a drink! I guarantee it will cut trough the murk of even the shadiest  misinformation. Here's how to make your own. I'm sorry, the amounts aren't exact,  but as you learn to drink it you'll also learn how to make it.  raw rice   -   big bagful sugar      -   about equal in volume to the rice water      -   decide amount later  Wash the rice briefly, and grind it up into a powder. Though it doesn't  really matter, the final size should be at least as small as a quarter  of a rice grain.  Mix the ground rice, sugar and lots of water, enouch to cover the rice  several times over.  Cover and leave it all to stand until bubbles come. When it smells too  strong to consider edible, it's ready!  Make sure to stir it before you pour it, and also to swirl it with your  little finger periodically while you drink it. Otherwise the solid stuff settles out!  See the beautiful cartoon by Moebius: "Escale sur Pharagonescia" to  understand what would happen if you don't strikez your Koks, sorry, if you  don't stir your Makoli... :-)     __NiTrO's two__ Well, chocolate and strawberry, like in the Cuban film... (NiTrO_real(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk), gives us the  following two cocktails:   NiTrO's Nitro10 cl. Stroh 80Hot chocolateWhipped creamRasped chocolate Pour Stroh 80 and hot chocolate into coffee cup.  Top with whipped cream, and put rasped chocolate aftertaste.Stir with teaspoon. Type: CocktailSeason: WinterTemperature: Hot -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- NiTrO's Tender5 cl Vodka (Russian, of course:)5 cl Malibu liquer 5 cl Raspberry juice (or strawberry)5 cl Ananas juice10 cl cream Mix with crushed ice in shaker.  Pour unstrained into highball glass.  Serve with a straw.Type: CocktailSeason: AllTemperature: Cold    Other paraphernalia Come to think of, it, sipping our cocktails  you may also pray the x86 processors... here a nice one by Matt Pietrek:Our Caller, who art on the stack frame Hallowed be thy Parameters Thy Address Space come Thy I/O be done In Registers, as it is in Memory Give us this day our periodic timeslices And forgive us our page faults As we forgive those who pass invalid parameters Lead us not to unconditional JMPs But deliver us from segment registers For thine is the Address Space, the Registers, and the I/O ports Jmp $ Ret   Matt Pietrek, 1998  Not enough? Here you have the Ten Commandments for C Programmers  By Henry Spencer (added in December 1998)  Not enough? Here you have the IN THE BEGINNING: History of Windows  Proposed by Chimaera (added in June 1999)    "Indeed, La! 'tis a noble child; a crack, madam"  SHAKESPEARE:  Coriolanus, I,  iii.  You'r deep inside Fravia's pages of reverse engineering, choose your way out:  homepage    links    +ORC   students' essays   anonymity    antismut   tools    counter measures    enemy tracking     corporate survival    search_forms    mail_Fravia   Is reverse engineering legal?     (c)  Fravia 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999. All rights  reserved

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