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Robert Gill (Nov. 2, 1936 - July 3, 2020)

2020.08.19 21:00 portlane Robert Gill (Nov. 2, 1936 - July 3, 2020)

Robert Forrest Gill
Nov. 2, 1936 - July 3, 2020
Robert F. "Bob" Gill, 83, a gentle Christian man and dear friend to many, died peacefully after a two year battle with brain cancer. He attacked his cancer with a positive attitude, to never give up, give it his all and beat this disease. He lived his life daily by the Bible verse Proverbs 3:5-6 "Trust in the Lord with all your Heart."
His life was full of meaningful relationships. Bob was a loving and caring husband to his wife Faith, who passed away in 2018. High School sweethearts and married for 61 years, they made their lives together a "True Love Story."
Growing up in Portland, Ore., Bob attended Oakley Green grade school and graduated from Jefferson High School ('54). At Jefferson he ran track and played football for the Democrats. As quarterback in 1953, during the Coach Tom Desylvia era, he was First Team All-PIL and earned a berth to play in the annual Shrine All-Star Football game. He received scholarships to Portland State and Oregon State College, and 50 years later in 2005 he was inducted into the PIL Hall of Fame.
In 1954, Bob played "Rookball" at Oregon State followed by one season as quarterback at Portland State. He returned to Oregon State winter term to finish pre-dental studies, and pledged Phi Delta Theta fraternity, where he developed many lifelong friendships. Shortly thereafter, Faith followed him to Oregon State where they became "Forever, Beaver Believers."
After Bob was accepted to the University of Oregon Dental School, Bob and Faith married June 22, 1957. As a dental student, seeking extra income to support a growing family, he used his artistic ability to provide illustrations for two dental textbooks. Graduating in 1961 at age 24, he fulfilled his military duties and moved the family to Camp Pendleton, in Oceanside, Calif., where he was a Lieutenant in the Dental Corps of the U.S. Navy.
In 1963, they moved to Medford, Ore., where he opened his first solo dental practice. Moving to Portland in 1970, the family settled in the Eastmoreland neighborhood, with Bob establishing his dental office in the neighboring Woodstock area.
Becoming a dentist was the perfect career choice for Bob. One really didn't know if it was the dentistry he enjoyed, or all the relationships he had with his patients and his treasured dental staff, whom he treated like daughters. In 2008, after 47 years of dentistry at age 71, he announced his retirement.
From athlete to sports historian to author, his retirement was full. As a member of the Multnomah Athletic Club since 1982, and a former racquetball player, Bob was asked to join the intramural doubles Handballers and never looked back. Bob loved playing with his large group of buddies, which he nicknamed: "his loved ones." With his often-tournament-doubles-partner Ed Grossenbacher, they won two back-to-back MAC Club doubles masters championships, State masters Doubles, and in 2008, the Pacific N.W. Regional 70+ division title. In 2018, the group honored him with the MAC Cebula Award.
Bob's connection to sport and community continued. In 1987, Bob became a board member for the State of Oregon Sports Hall of Fame. For six years, he was chairman of the selection committee. During this time, he discovered his great interest in sports history. An avid writer, Bob dedicated many years to researching Oregon's athletes and coaches, including authoring "It's in Their Blood, a History and Legacies of 53 Oregon Football Coaches" and writing the biography for Jefferson alumnus and dear friend, Mel Renfro in "Mel Renfro: Forever a Cowboy."
He was a board member of Oregon's Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Past president and board member of the Portland chapter of the National Football Foundation and Scholarship program. For years he presented the "walk of champions" award to high school coaches at their annual awards ceremony.
Bob successfully nominated into the Nation College Football Hall of Fame: Oregon State's coach Tommy Prothero, Linfield College coach Ad Rutschman and Portland State quarterback and former NFL player Neil Lomax.
In 1998, Bob initiated, with the help of Neil Lomax and his company Promax, the return of the Shrine All-Star football game to the Portland area, renamed as "The Les Schwab Bowl." Bob was acting chairman and presented the MVP trophy for 20 years.
All of this was a platform for Bob to showcase his love of sports and people. Over the years, he worked to bring people together. Never without his camera, Bob Loved planning reunions to reminisce about experiences and how those experiences built long-lasting memories.
His last banquet was his most treasured honor, the induction into the State of Oregon Sports Hall of Fame in 2019 for his special contribution to sports. Bob was honored that so many friends and family came to support him.
Bob's friendships from his school days to organizations to dental patients were important to him; he nurtured those relationships and took a real interest in their lives. He was a genuine person; an encourager and always put others first. You really saw that Bob lived his full 83 years.
Bob is survived by his four children, Michael (Tina), Scott, Amy Candello (Dave) and Alison Bruun (Scott); six granddaughters, Miranda Maynard (Jeremy), Emily Candello, Marissa Gill, Natalie Bruun, Brittany Gill and Katie Bruun; and his brother, James Gill.
He was preceded in death by wife, Faith; father, Thomas Gill; mother, Marian Reid; brother, Tom Gill; and sister, Suzanne Frink.
Due to COVID-19, Bob's celebration of life will be held at a later date.
Please sign the online guest book at www.oregonlive.com/obits
source: http://obits.oregonlive.com/obituaries/oregon/obituary.aspx?n=robert-forrest-gill&pid=196661945
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2020.06.11 21:00 portlane Lauren Anderson (Dec. 11, 1945 - March 19, 2020)

Lauren 'Laurie' Jean Anderson
Dec. 11, 1945 - March 19, 2020
Laurie Anderson passed away Thursday, March 19, 2020, at the age of 74. She used love and thoughtfulness to make this world a better place. She was born in Portland, to Roy and Agnes Stevenson and lived her entire life in Portland and the Milwaukie area.
Laurie attended elementary school in North Portland and graduated from North Catholic High School and Portland State University. She taught in PPS for 34 years which included many years at Whitman Elementary. She continued to substitute after retirement. She married Bryan Anderson in 1968. Being a grandmother to her much loved granddaughters, Avery and Emery, was the highlight of her life! Laurie had many interests and talents. She was a quilter, genealogist, gardener, Portland historian, oil painter and a marvelous friend. She belonged to many organizations including ADK, PEO, Sunny Hills Garden Club and Cascade Breweriana Association. She was admired for her creativity, organizational skills and energy. She loved to entertain! Christmas was her favorite holiday and her Christmas decorating and teas were truly memorable! Laurie loved to travel. Special destinations included Disneyland with family, Victoria BC, a river cruise on the Danube and frequent trips to the family beach house at Oceanside, Ore.
She is survived by her husband of 51 years, Bryan; son, Bradley (Kirsten); granddaughters, Avery and Emery; dear cousin, Sister Catherine Trtek, SFCC; nephews and a niece. She was preceded in death by her parents; and brothers, David and Jeff.
A memorial will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to the Oregon Humane Society or your favorite charity.
Please sign the online guest book at www.oregonlive.com/obits
source: http://obits.oregonlive.com/obituaries/oregon/obituary.aspx?n=lauren-jean-anderson-laurie&pid=196327895
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2020.03.06 08:03 MegaBadBoy Court Date Isn’t Available

Oceanside, CA
Last month I got a ticket for not displaying current registration sticker on plates. It came with a court date and an option to correct the violation. Earlier this week I corrected the issue and got it signed off at the local police station.
Per the ticket, my court date is set for tomorrow morning at 7:30am (before their business hours).
As in preparing all of my materials, I realize the courtesy notice I received just a few days ago says “all court appearances must be scheduled, even if noted on ticket.”
The ticket I got mentioned none of this and I went online to schedule and they’re booked all the way until the end of next week....
I called CPH and two local police departments (as its now after hours and they basically said “idk, good luck...”)
I’m going to appear regardless tomorrow, but am I screwed?
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2020.03.06 06:24 additionalLemon Lemon Aides presents: Shiny Hosting 101

Choosing a Den
Step 1 is to decide which den you would like to host. Serebii is a great resource for den listings. Under the heading “Available Pokémon” you can see which dens each Pokémon appears in. If you click the den # you can see more details about that den. https://www.serebii.net/swordshield/maxraidbattles.shtml
Once you have chosen your den, go and find it in the wild area. Some dens have multiple locations. The Serebii page for each den has screenshots (at the bottom of the page) of each den location. u/Trainer_A created an excellent map as well that makes locating dens easier: https://www.reddit.com/PokemonSwordAndShield/comments/dz88r6/wild_area_den_number_map_version_20/
The Serebii page will also indicate if you need a common (red) or a rare (purple/pink) beam to get the den you are looking for. If you are looking for a common beam, just throw in a wishing piece and you are likely to get it (be sure to check that it isn’t an event beam, which looks identical). If you are looking for a purple beam, there is a “soft reset” trick you can do to get the beam you want without wasting a bunch of wishing pieces.
Save in front of the den. Go to throw in a wishing piece. As soon as you choose “Yes” when asked to save your game, press the home button to go to the home menu. If you saw a red beam, close the game and reopen. If you saw no beam, you can go back into the game and quickly press home again. If you see a purple beam, let the game finish saving. If you are having trouble with the timing, go into settings and change your text speed to slow.
Getting Your Seed
There are multiple ways to get your seed from this point. The easiest method is to use one of the available bots for the job, so this will be the only method I cover here.
Go into your settings and turn OFF autosave, then save your game. This is critical. Save in front of your den. Enter the raid and catch the Pokémon. DO NOT SAVE! If you save at any point after defeating the den, you will lose your beam and your seed will become invalid. Only do so if your shiny frame is too far out and you want to reset the den to try again.
You then need to start a trade with a seed checker bot and offer the Pokémon you caught from the den (the bot will cancel the trade and give you your seed).
Discord seed bot (preferred method):
Join a discord server with a seed bot (such as Oceanside Pokémon https://discord.gg/YWqVusd).
Make sure you read any server rules before trying to use their bot. Be sure to be courteous and polite, as most servers with a bot offer it as a free service and it requires having a dedicated Switch to run the bot.
Go to the appropriate bot channel (example: #seed-checking) and type in the bot command (example: $CheckMySeed). The bot will then reply saying it has been dispatched, and tell you your place in line. Connect to the internet and start a coded link trade, but don’t enter a code yet. It is important not to queue for the bot until you have caught the Pokémon from your den and are ready to trade. When your turn comes up, you only have about a 1 minute window to connect via trade and offer your Pokémon. If you miss that window you will need to requeue. When it is your turn, the bot will DM you with a trade code. Enter that trade code and begin searching. IGN of the bot will vary server to server. When you queue for the bot, it should tell you what IGN to expect. Once you connect with the bot offer the Pokémon you caught from your den. The bot will cancel the trade and give you your seed via chat. Due to the nature of link code trading, it is possible that someone else will connect with the bot, or that you will connect with a random trainer. If that happens, you will just need to get back in the queue and try again. Fortunately, that is a rare occurrence.
For Dudu bot (alternate method):
Go to
Connect to the internet, and start a link trade using the “Default Tradecode” listed on the page (9162 at the time of writing). When a trade partner is found, if their IGN is Dudu, offer the Pokémon you caught from your den. Dudu will then cancel the trade and your seed will be listed on the page along with your IGN and the Pokémon you offered. If you connect with anyone other than Dudu, or if you connect with some IGN Dudu that offers a Pokémon to trade (there are a few “fake” Dudus out there), then cancel the trade and try again. You may need to try several times to get paired with. This can be tedious, so be patient and keep at it.
Dudu Bot Timing (courtesy of @KaseyAnthony#9997):
Iterative time step of 8s per cycle, min cycle 32s, max 36s 3.5s after it says “starting search,” start searching Hit yes, start searching, then go back to y-comm. Leave y-comm to continue searching at that 3.5s timing 
Once you have your seed, reset your game (so you are standing in front of you den with your beam again).
Checking Shiny Frame Details
If you used a discord seed bot, it will also tell you which frame will be shiny. Keep in mind it counts your current frame as frame one. If you used Dudu you will need to use a utility to check the details of your seed. Either way, it will let you see what ability, nature, gender, and IVs your shiny frame will have.
For a downloadable option, use RaidFinder: https://github.com/Admiral-Fish/RaidFindereleases/
I will not cover the specifics for RaidFinder, as I do not have experience with it. I personally use Leanny, because it is a browser based option so I can do it on my phone while I’m away from my PC.
Go to https://leanny.github.io/seedcheckeindex.html
Choose the “By Nest” tab at the top.Select your den from the dropdown list.
Choose your game version (Sword or Shield) from the dropdown.
Select the Pokémon you are targeting from the dropdown (you can repeat this process to check each Pokémon in the den if desired).
Paste your seed in the appropriate box. If you used a discord bot, the seed will start with “0x” that is not part of the actual seed and should be omitted.
Click “Search Next Shiny Frames”
This will show you any shiny frames within the next ~20k frames. It will also tell you which “day” the shiny frame will occur on. You can see other information about the Pokémon on each shiny frame, which is important if you are looking for a specific ability (reminder: non HA you can use an ability capsule to change the ability, but you cannot change to or from a HA). Keep in mind Leanny shows frames in terms of how many skips you are away, instead of counting the current frame as 1, it is considered 0.
Note the date 10 days before your shiny frame date.
Getting to Your Shiny Frame (aka Time Skipping)
Reminder: You should have reloaded your save since connecting with a bot, and should now be standing in front of your den, beam still intact.
Collect the watts from your den if you haven’t already.
Open Y-COMM and connect to the internet.
Start a Link Battle with no link code (format doesn’t matter, I do Single Battle because it is the top option). As soon as it pops up saying a trainer has been found, enable airplane mode. The fastest way to do this is from the quick home menu (hold HOME on your Switch, a side panel will open up, the bottom option is airplane mode). If you are docked, instead of enabling airplane mode you will need to pull your switch out of the dock, and that should disconnect you as well. This is called the “VS Glitch.” To double check that it worked, hit HOME, go to Settings > System > Date and Time and advance the date by one (you will need to disable Synchronize Clock Via Internet). Go back to the game and try and collect watts from your den. If you were able to, then the glitch worked and you are now able to Time Skip with reckless abandon. If not, you will need to try the glitch again (Connect to the internet and start a link battle, then airplane out).
Now that you have VS Glitch active, fly to a Pokémon center (if you skip too many days while in the wild area, it can crash your game).
You can also confirm the glitch is working from the Pokémon center (if you are ever unsure if you messed it up). To do so, play the loto-id, move the day forward once, then check the loto-id again.
To continue skipping, do the following:
Hit HOME, go to Settings > System > Date & Time
Disable Synchronize Clock Via Internet (if it isn’t already)
Repeat {
Move the date forward one day (make sure you advance month and year as needed)
Click Ok}
Do this until you reach the date you noted above (10 days before your shiny frame). You should go back into the game and save periodically (I usually do it about once per year worth of skips) so if something goes wrong, you won’t have to start from scratch.Once you reach the date, go back to your den and save in front of it.Skip to your Shiny frame, but DO NOT SAVE after skipping away from the noted frame.
Go into the raid to see if it is shiny.
Reload your save (whether or not it is shiny). Note that this will “turn off” the VS Glitch. If it was shiny, congratulations you are now 10 days away from your shiny frame!
If it wasn’t shiny:
After you reload your save, catch the Pokémon in your den and DO NOT SAVE
You can then go back to the bot with this Pokémon and check your seed to find out exactly how far you are from your shiny frame. This is the more foolproof options (but potentially more time consuming depending on queue length or Dudu luck).
Alternatively, you can go to Leanny again and enter all the same info as before, but instead choosing your target Pokémon, choose from the dropdown the Pokémon you just caught from your den and enter your original shiny frame minus 100 in the “Start Frame” box. Then click “Calculate.”
Click “Show Judge Values”
Look at Pokémon you just caught and fill in IVs and nature on Leanny. This will basically search your frames for that Pokémon. If you get no results, you may need to adjust your range by changing “Start Frame” and “Number of Frames.”
When you have a result, that is your current frame.
You can then copy the seed value for that Pokémon (far right column) and paste it into the “Seed” box and click “Search Next Shiny Frames” to find out how many skips you need for your Shiny. If you are looking at the date on leanny after changing the seed, you will need to reset your system date to the current date, otherwise it will be off.
If you are more than 30 days off, do the VS Glitch again. Otherwise see the den skipping method below.
Now skip until you are 10 away from the shiny frame and save, then skip to your shiny frame and enter the raid to see if it is shiny. If not, go back repeat from “If it wasn’t shiny:” If it is, reload your save and proceed.
For skipping small increments of frames, use the “den skipping” method.
Make sure you are local communication (faster than being online, plus it prevents you from broadcasting empty stamps)
Go into you den and “Invite Others”
Hit HOME, go to Settings > System > Date and Time
Move the date forward one day
Go back into the game and cancel invite
If it worked, you will be able to collect watts from the den.
Now that you are 10 frames from your shiny frame:
You want to be saved at least 3 skips away from your shiny frame.
Any closer and you will lock that frame and no longer be able to “reroll” the den.
If your save is 10 frames away, you can keep it there to be extra safe, the only downside is it will slow down the reroll process. Otherwise, being 10 away would mean you need to skip 7 times and save to be at the 3 skips away sweet spot.
Congratulations! You now have an active shiny den and you are ready to host!
Now that you are saved 3 skips away from your shiny frame, you are ready to host. Do 3 den skips so you are on your shiny frame. Then connect to the internet. You can add a code to your raid if you want, then invite others. Once you start the raid (make sure you have at least 1 other trainer in the raid) you can go into airplane mode to disconnect and get kicked out of the raid. You will still be in front of your den, with the beam active on the save frame you just hosted from. I suggest enabling airplane mode between when you see your knees in the raid and the sparkle animation from the shiny Pokémon. Doing it too early or too late increases the risk of the raid freezing.
DO NOT SAVE after you skip past your saved frame (3 skips before your shiny frame) or you will lock your shiny frame. So if you want to trade or join a raid, you will need to reload your save first. Right after reloading, you are free to do most things in the game and then save, as long as you save BEFORE you do any skipping.
You can continue to host the raid and airplane out as much as you would like. When you are ready to roll for a different Pokémon, reload your save and den skip 3 times. If you are looking for a specific Pokémon, you can skip to the shiny frame and if it isn’t what you want, immediately reload without hosting. Repeat until you get what you are looking for.
If you have a specific Pokémon you want and are not interested in hosting anything else in the den (or if you are done hosting the rest of them) you can lock the den. To do so, simply save while you are on your shiny frame. I suggest hosting and airplaning at least once before locking, just to be 100% certain you are on the right frame.
Make sure anyone that you want to host for is on your friends list. Only your Switch friends are guaranteed to see your stamps in Y-COMM.
Keeping Your Shiny Den
If your system clock naturally rolls past midnight, your frame will advance. This will either lock or lose your shiny frame. To prevent this, make sure you set your system clock to 12:01am periodically. If you turn your game on to find it has already moved forward and your den is gone, immediately close the game, and then move your date back to the date it was that you last had the shiny sen active, then open your game. NOTE: You cannot actually reverse frames. This is simply tricking the game into thinking that no time has passed since you last played.
If you throw a wishing piece into a den, it will remove your beam.
Basically, as long as you don’t accidentally (or intentionally) advance the frame, and you don’t close your den by throwing a wishing piece, you can keep the den indefinitely until you are done hosting.
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2018.08.07 22:10 ccbcmurrieta Live Near Murrieta, Audit a College Class for Just $11 / Week

Calvary Chapel Bible College is inviting local Christians to take a class at CCBC as off-campus students for just $11 per week. Our students range in age from 17-65+ years old and come from a variety of protestant denominations. This fall semester CCBC has 35 classes to choose from which can be viewed at www.CCBC.info/off-campus.
Theology, Genesis, Revelation, Acts, Romans, John, Psalms, Mark, 1&2 Kings, 1&2 Corinthians, 1,2,3 John & James, Daniel, Ephesians & Philippians, Exodus, 1&2 Thessalonians, Chapel.
Homiletics, Apologetics, Pastoral Ministry, Greek 1, Prison Ministry, Disciple-Making, Bible Study Methods, Intro to Islam, Musicianship, Worship Band.
English Composition, Math for Life & Ministry, Intro to Marketing, American History, Physical Education & Lifetime Wellness.
- Class Dates: Classes start Aug. 29th-Sept. 5th and go 14 weeks.
- Tuition (for Audit): $150 / class ($11 a week).
- Tuition (for Credit): $310 (2 credits) or $420 (3 credits).
Visit www.CCBC.info/off-campus to apply. Once accepted, you can register and pay for classes starting August 20th by phone at (951)696-5944 or by email at [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) and also in person August 24-29 8:30am – 5pm by visiting the CCBC offices.
CCBC is within driving distance from Murrieta, Temecula, Winchester, Wildomar, Menifee, Perris, LakeElsinore, Fallbrook, Hemet, Oceanside and even as far as San Diego. For those unable to travel there are online distance education classes available as well.
Calvary Chapel Bible College holds applicant status with the Association for Biblical Higher Education Commission on Accreditation, located at 5850 T. G. Lee Blvd., Ste. 130, Orlando, Florida, 32822, (407) 207-0808. Applicant status is a pre-membership status granted to those institutions that meet the ABHE Conditions of Eligibility and that possess such qualities as may provide a basis for achieving candidate status within five years.
Visit www.CCBC.info/off-campus or call (951)696-5944 to learn more about applying and registering for classes.
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2018.08.07 20:06 ccbcmurrieta Live Near Murrieta, Audit a College Class for Just $11 / Week

Calvary Chapel Bible College is inviting local Christians to take a class at CCBC as off-campus students for just $11 per week. Our students range in age from 17-65+ years old and come from a variety of protestant denominations. This fall semester CCBC has 35 classes to choose from which can be viewed at www.CCBC.info/off-campus.
Theology, Genesis, Revelation, Acts, Romans, John, Psalms, Mark, 1&2 Kings, 1&2 Corinthians, 1,2,3 John & James, Daniel, Ephesians & Philippians, Exodus, 1&2 Thessalonians, Chapel.
Homiletics, Apologetics, Pastoral Ministry, Greek 1, Prison Ministry, Disciple-Making, Bible Study Methods, Intro to Islam, Musicianship, Worship Band.
English Composition, Math for Life & Ministry, Intro to Marketing, American History, Physical Education & Lifetime Wellness.
- Class Dates: Classes start Aug. 29th-Sept. 5th and go 14 weeks.
- Tuition (for Audit): $150 / class ($11 a week).
- Tuition (for Credit): $310 (2 credits) or $420 (3 credits).
Visit www.CCBC.info/off-campus to apply. Once accepted, you can register and pay for classes starting August 20th by phone at (951)696-5944 or by email at [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) and also in person August 24-29 8:30am – 5pm by visiting the CCBC offices.
CCBC is within driving distance from Murrieta, Temecula, Winchester, Wildomar, Menifee, Perris, LakeElsinore, Fallbrook, Hemet, Oceanside and even as far as San Diego. For those unable to travel there are online distance education classes available as well.
Calvary Chapel Bible College holds applicant status with the Association for Biblical Higher Education Commission on Accreditation, located at 5850 T. G. Lee Blvd., Ste. 130, Orlando, Florida, 32822, (407) 207-0808. Applicant status is a pre-membership status granted to those institutions that meet the ABHE Conditions of Eligibility and that possess such qualities as may provide a basis for achieving candidate status within five years.
Visit www.CCBC.info/off-campus or call (951)696-5944 to learn more about applying and registering for classes.
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2018.03.31 13:03 Pulelehua Are you visiting and looking for unique things to do? Here are a few places recommended to check out, cultural events for the month of April, and some general information that’s important.

Many visitors to Hawai’i have an interest in Hawaiian culture and are curious on how to be most respectful while on vacation or checking out various places here on the Big Island.
Some people may want to attend a unique event, volunteer, visit a sacred site or learn about the history. Each month I’ll put together some information in a sticky post that visitors and residents may like to check out.
Here are a few places recommended to check out while you’re here-
• Hulihe‘e Palace 
• Mokupāpapa Discovery Center 
• ‘Imiloa Astronomy Center 
• Puʻuhonua o Hōnaunau National Historical Park 
• Puʻukoholā Heiau National Historic Site 
Events in the month of April-
A week-long festival of cultural events including Hawaii's most prestigious hula competition at Edith Kanaka'ole Stadium. The festival begins with a Ho'olaule'a at the auditorium behind the Stadium on Easter Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. with lots of music, food and fun.
On Wednesday Ho'ike Night, there is also a free hula exhibition at the Stadium that begins at 6:30 pm (get there very early to stand in line!); Thursday is the solo Miss Aloha Hula competition; Friday & Saturday are the group Kahiko (ancient) and 'Auana (modern) hula competitions. A grand parade winds through Hilo-town on Saturday morning.
Visit www.merriemonarch.com or https://www.hawaii.com/event/merrie-monarch-festival/ for more info.
This 4 day, free event features the finest collection of Hawaiian arts and handcrafts by Hawai'i's master artisans and producers, Hawaiian designer fashions, cultural demonstrations and workshops. Free Hawaiian entertainment all day by Hawai'i's Na Hoku Hanohano award-winning entertainers and musicians, along with performances by various hula hālau. Official Merrie Monarch Festival t-shirts, programs and posters also on sale. Times: Wed-Fri 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Sat 9:00am to 4:00pm at Afook-Chinen Civic Auditorium and Butler Building, Hilo. For more information, call (808) 966-4647, email [email protected] or visit http://www.namakua.com/ and also see here for more info http://www.merriemonarch.com/merrie-monarch-invitational-hawaiian-arts-fair
In celebration of the 55th Annual Merrie Monarch Festival, ‘Imiloa Astronomy Center will host three days of cultural enrichment programs. This series is organized annually at ‘Imiloa to complement and honor Merrie Monarch’s major purpose: the perpetuation, preservation and promotion of the art of hula and Hawaiian culture through education.
Kai 'Opua Canoe Club presents the 2018 Pau Hana & Dog Paddle Regatta. For more information, to register, or to set a practice time for your crew, call 938-8577. Registration at 8am; racing starts at 9am at Kailua Pier, Kailua-Kona. All proceeds go to the club's outrigger racing activities. Kai ʻOpua Canoe Club is a 501c3 non-profit. For more, information, visit www.kaiopua.org/pauhanaregatta.asp.
Hawaiian music by Keolanui Serenaders and hula from Kumu Etua Lopes' hālau Hula Na Pua U'i O Hawai'i on the grounds of Hulihe'e Palace on Aliʻi Drive from 4-5pm. Bring your own beach mat or chair. Before and after the Palace performance, stroll thru historic Kailua Village (the Stroll starts at 1pm & goes till 6pm), enjoy over 100 vendor booths, plus oceanside restaurants, local musicians & artists. For more info about the Palace event, email [email protected]. For more info about the Stroll, email [email protected] or visit historickailuavillage.com.
The Annual Laupāhoehoe Music Festival will take place at Laupāhoehoe Point Beach Park, 36-1043 Laupahoehoe Point Rd.,Laupāhoehoe Hawaii 96764. Music, crafters, game booths - Hawaiian-style food will be available for sale. This is an alcohol and drug-free event; no coolers. Buy tickets online for a discount at www.laupahoehoemusicfestival.org.
The 10th annual Ka’u Coffee Festival celebrates its award-winning brew with a host of events on various dates from April 21-May 6.
Come join a park staff/volunteer and learn a Hawaiian arts and crafts activity such as, lei making, basic lauhala bracelet weaving, miniature kahili, ohe kapala stamping, and so forth. This is a free community demonstration. Puʻukoholā Heiau- From 9:30-2:30pm, at the Visitors Center. For more info, call (808)-882-7218.
Here are some good guidelines for visiting sacred sites and general guidelines for being respectful while visiting-
• NĀ WAHI PANA ~ Respecting Hawaiian Sacred Sites (2 page PDF) 
• Minding your manners in Hawai’i 
What to do when you happen upon a hula ceremony. (This is not common to happen upon a ceremony, but if it should occur, here is some excellent advice.) The Merrie Monarch International Hula Festival is happening this month so this is important to be mindful of.
• Some other general guidelines- 
Please do not-
⁃ Step on coral, move it from where you found it or take it ⁃ Take sand or rocks ⁃ Stack lava rocks or smooth stones ⁃ Approach sea turtle or dolphins ⁃ Wander off designated trails 
Also, be mindful that-
• We have a serious issue with Rapid ʻŌhiʻa Death. Do not pick up and move any part of the ʻōhiʻa trees. Here is a helpful website I highly recommend with more information. 
• Rat lungworm disease is prevalent on the Big Island and can be avoided by thoroughly washing all produce well. Here’s a link for more information. 
• Leptospirosis is also prevalent on the Big Island. This website will offer prevention tips. 
Feel free to ask any questions you may have here in the comments.
If you’re a regular in this subreddit, please feel free to add any suggestions, give some feedback, answer questions, and add to this list things you think should be included. Thanks!
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2017.06.11 18:43 FA0401 Vampire The Masquerade is something else.

I wanted a RPG experience and I remember watching some videos about it on Youtube a few years ago, and since it was 5 euros on GOG I decided to buy it. Since it was an old RPG, I honestly thought it would be a bit dated and I would grow tired of it quickly.
Boy was I wrong.
I just arrived Downtown after completing every quest in Santa Monica and I have to say, this is an absolute masterpiece of a game.
Melee combat is insanely fun, the dialogue is terrific and both the main questline and the side missions are delicious to play trough. Oceanside Hotel was really unnerving, even with the dated graphics, honestly one of the best levels I've ever played in a video game. Only downside so far is the lackluster gunplay, but melee is very fun, so it balances it out (btw ia it viable late game? I'm playing as a Brujah and Potence+Presence is pretty good, but I just got a shotgun and I read online they're pretty good. Should I invest in Firearms?)
I seriously can't recommend this game enough. I've been playing it all day.
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2015.09.20 23:28 Browncoat1138 LA Metrolink Fare Evasion Fine

Hey guys.
So I recently took the Metrolink train from Oceanside to LA Union Station and got a citation for Fare Evasion.
My friend and I were a little late getting to the station, and there were no ticket kiosks that I could see on this particular platform. One would have had to cross over to the other side and then back. I then heard that the doors were closing! I had to make it to LA by 2:30, if I missed this train, I would have missed that deadline by almost an hour and a half. So I got on the train thinking that I could buy a ticket from a conductor. I grew up riding CalTrans in Northern California, and that's something they have been doing for almost twenty years.
Well about three quarters of the way to Union Station, an LA County Sheriff's deputy asked to see everyone's tickets. I told him my situation, and he gave me the citation. I was disappointed to say the least, but I get it. He said it's no more serious than a parking ticket, which in LA typically run between $60-$120. I then started to get a little nervous. I don't make very good money, and financially, I'm just barely getting by as it is. I went online to look up this process and see what kind of fines people were paying for just such a citation. $1100-$1500! I started to panic. I have a court date set, and I'm kind of freaking out.
Has anyone gotten this citation? What can I expect as my fine? Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated!
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2015.09.12 00:41 Requin-Renard [60 Teams in 60 Days] Arizona State Sun Devils

Arizona State University (ASU)
Independent (Pac-12)
Year Founded: 1885
Location: Tempe, AZ
Total Attendance: 72,254 (58,404 undergraduate / 13,850 graduate)
Nickname: Sun Devils
“Sun Devils” is the third school nickname in ASU history. Dating back to 1889, “Owls” was the original moniker of the Tempe Normal School. Then, when the Tempe Normal School became Arizona State Teachers College, the school chose “Bulldogs” as its new nickname. During the fall of 1946, however, that would change. The State Press, a student-run newspaper, ran appeals to change from “Bulldogs” to “Sun Devils”. On November 8, 1946, the student body voted 819 to 196 to make the change. On November 20, as reported by the Arizona Republic, the student council made it official.
Live Mascot: Sparky the Sun Devil
Sparky was first seen on Sept. 21, 1951. In his printed form, he was designed by Walt Disney artist Berk Anthony. Rumor has it that Anthony based Sparky’s facial features were inspired by Walt Disney himself.
In March of 2013 ASU partnered with the Walt Disney Company to redesign Sparky. Their combined aim was to appeal to younger fans as well as utilize Sparky as a character in comics, animated programing, and children’s books. The redesign was met with overwhelming backlash from students and alumni. The Disney design was subsequently scrapped and a new Sparky design was democratically voted on by the ASU community.
Click here to watch the evolution of Sparky over the years
These are, from what I can tell, last year’s uniforms. Obviously, they will be altered for the upcoming varsity team given ASU’s apparel contract with Adidas.
Fight Song: “Maroon and Gold”
Fight, Devils Down The Field
Fight With Your Might and Don't Ever Yield
Long May Our Colors Outshine All Others
Echo From The Buttes, Give 'Em Hell Devils!
Cheer, Cheer For A-S-U
Fight For The Old Maroon
For it's Hail, Hail, The Gang's All Here
And It's Onward to Victory!
Arena: Oceanside Arena and Gila River Arena (Phoenix, AZ)
Oceanside Exterior Oceanside Interior
Gila River Exterior Gila River Interior
Opened in 1974, Oceanside Arena began as the home of the Desert Youth Hockey Association 1975, and subsequently ASU’s club program in 1985. Renovations which took place this past spring and summer have upgraded the facility while a new, larger, and permanent home for Sun Devil’s hockey is located. Prior to the renovations, Oceanside seated around 800 fans on wooden bleachers. Wrap-around seating, a new locker room, players’ lounge and media room have all be part of Oceanside’s revamp. Additionally, the primary tenants of the arena—the Phoenix Firebirds—have rebranded as the Jr. Sun Devils as part of a licensing agreement with ASU. The Jr. Sun Devils will remain at the arena after the varsity program moves on.
In conjunction with the Arizona Coyotes, Gila River Arena will play host to four Sun Devil games this year. Beginning with the final rivalry game between ASU and the University of Arizona, the inaugural Desert Hockey Classic will take place January 8th and 10th. These games, coupled with the January 5th showdown with UConn, will be the first Division I hockey games in Arizona in 30 years. In February the US National Development Team will make the trek to Gila Arena to close out the Sun Devils’ season.
First Season: 2015
2015-16 will be the first season for Sun Devil hockey at the Division I level. Thanks to the generous donation of $32 million by Milwaukee businessman Don Mullett (whose son Chris played for ASU as a student) and other anonymous donors ASU elevated its hockey program to the varsity level. Along with men’s ice hockey a women’s varsity sport will be added. Possibilities include lacrosse and rowing.
Club hockey began at ASU in the early 1980s. By the late 80s ASU was fielding a full-fledged ice hockey team competing in Division II of the ACHA. In 1993, General Manager Mike Hoffarth led the program to achieving ACHA Division I status propelling the Sun Devil Hockey Program into the national spotlight by qualifying for the ACHA Divsion I National Tournament just two years later in the 1995-96 season.
How Division I ice hockey at ASU went from a flight of fancy to reality is actually quite amazing and has to be mentioned. On July 14th, 2014 House of Sparky writer Justin Emerson interviewed new Athletic Director Ray Anderson about the possibility of elevating the successful club hockey program to the Division I level. The interview, posted here, received seemingly mixed results by readers, but was noticed by the aforementioned Don Mullett who got in touch with Anderson. By July rumors were swirling that that the club would move to Division I in the near future. In November—just four months since the article was posted—Division I men’s ice hockey was announced as a new varsity sport as ASU. Emerson was recognized at the press conference of the announcement as the person who lit the match to get the fire going. Kudos to him.
Emerson’s article “How the Sun Devils became a Division I team” is a more in-depth recap of how everything came about, and definitely worth a read.
Press Conference Announcement Video
All-time Record: 0-0-0
Championships: 2014 (ACHA club)
Frozen Four Appearances: 0
Tournament Appearances: 0
Conference Titles: 0
University of Arizona Wildcats This all-sports rivalry will see its on-ice component—The Cactus Cup—come to a close this season. In the beginning UA dominated the series, but starting in the mid to late 90s ASU began to fight back, culminating in sheer obliteration at the hands of Powers’ ASU teams. After Powers took over the team in 2010, the Sun Devils were 39-1 against the Wildcats from Tucson.
Future Rivals No one (outside of ASU administration) knows what conference the Sun Devils will end up in, it’s hard to pinpoint what rivalries will be formed in the coming years. The two frontrunners for membership are the National Collegiate Hockey Conference and the Western Collegiate Hockey Conference. In this user’s opinion, they will probably end up in the NCHC in part because of travel and the traditional hockey powers within the conference. But, again, it is tough to say how this will play out. Regardless, the hate will be strong.
2014-2015 Season
Record: 35-4-0 (18-2-0 WCHL)
Coach: Greg Powers (164-27-9)
2014-2015 Roster.
Season Summary
It would be hard to argue that the elevation of the program was not the biggest storyline coming out of Tempe this past November. Yet, in their final season at the club level, ASU continued to demolish its competition all the way to the ACHA national semifinals. Unable to defend their 2014 national title, the Sun Devils fell to the upset-minded No. 5 Stony Brook Seawolves of New York. Despite the loss, ASU had a highly successful campaign and ended their club program’s history as one of the most dominant teams in the past five years.
Perhaps the most staggering statistic involves the University of North Mexico Arizona: The Sun Devils swept the eight-game season series and lifted their record against the Mildcats to an unprecedented 47-1 over the past five years. Wins against Colorado and Lindenwood (a traditional club team powerhouse) also helped to soften the blow of defeat at the hands of the Seawolves.
2015-2016 Season
Drafted Players on Roster:
  • Wade Murphy, Forward, Redshirt Junior (7th, 185): Transferred from North Dakota. Appeared in 16 games last season tallying one assist in a win against Niagara. Will have to sit out 2015-16 season due to NCAA transfer rules.
Key Games
  • Fri, Oct. 09 @ Alaska Anchorage: ASU begins its journey into Division I hockey in The Last Frontier. Participating in the Kendall Hockey classic, the Sun Devils travel 2,500 miles north to play against the host Seawolves and the Alaska Fairbanks Nanooks.
  • Fri, Jan. 08 vs UConn: The visiting Huskies come to town for the first Division I hockey game in Arizona since 1985.
  • Sat, Oct, 03 and Fri, Feb 19 vs Arizona: Barring another historical (and improbable) announcement by UA, the Sun Devil/Wildcat hockey rivalry comes to an end. The initial meeting will take place at Gila Arena, while the final game between these two teams will be played at Oceanside.
Players to Watch
  • Liam Norris, Forward, Graduate: One of several holdovers from the ACHA team, Norris was named the conference MVP last season and was Rookie of the Year in 2011. Leading the club team in assists and points last year, he returned to the ASU program despite graduating in May with a degree in mechanical engineering and a job waiting for him in Canada.
  • Nick Gushue, Defense, Freshman: An offensive defenseman, the 6-foot-4 put up 35 points in 58 BCHL regular season games, then added 13 more points in 17 playoff games.
  • Charlie Zuccarini, Forward, Freshman: Zuccarini comes into ASU from the Trail Smokeaters (awesome nickname). In 45 games last season he had 57 points (27 goals, 30 assists) and was an alternate captain. He also was suspended for slashing a ref, so that’s not good.
Arizona State History
Greatest Players:
  • Kale Dolinski, Forward: j15emerson wrote that Dolinski may be the greatest ASU player of all time. A stellar career with the Sun Devils club team culminated in a national championship and being named ACHA Player of the Year. As a senior he tallied an amazing 81 points (21g, 60a) in 41 games. Originally playing for Minot State, Dolinski transferred south after being named ACHA Rookie of the Year. This move drew the ire of former teammates and the MSU Beavers coaching staff, but could have not worked out better for the ASU program. Click here to read a more in-depth write-up about his career.
  • Colin Hekle, Forward: A former three-year captain for the Sun Devils, Hekle made his way to Tempe from Winnipeg. Scoring 170 points (88g, 92a) in 139 contests, his prolific output helped to elevate the program to new heights, and led to the program to it's first club national championship.
  • Greg Powers, Goalie: Powers was a three-time ACHA Division I All-American Goaltender while playing for the Sun Devils under the tutelage of Hall of Fame Head Coach Gene Hammett. The Sun Devils qualified for three national championships during Powers’ four-season collegiate career, and he was named Team MVP for the 1996-1997 and 1997-1998 seasons.
Greatest Coaches:
Greg Powers, 164-27-9: Coach Powers (yeah, the same guy listed above) is a 1999 Walter Cronkite School of Journalism graduate. Since taking over the ASU club team in 2010, Powers has elevated the Sun Devils to an unprecedented level of success. Starting in his initial season, Powers led the Sun Devil program to five consecutive ACHA national tournament appearances, including the 2013-14 ACHA National Championship. During that same year he was named both the WCHL Coach of the Year ACHA Division I National Coach of the Year.
One name that keeps popping up is Gene Hammett. Unfortunately, I could not find anything related to Coach Hammett and the ASU program online.
Greatest Games:
  • Mar. 13, 2014, Robert Morris University (Illinois) 3-1: The Sun Devils completed a 38-2 season by capturing the ACHA national title over the Eagles in Newark, Delaware. ASU goalie Robert Levin was named the ACHA Nationals Most Valuable Player.
  • Dec. 1, 2012, Penn State University 3-1: Penn State played a hybrid schedule of teams during its first season as a Division I program. One of those teams happened to be ASU. The Nittany Lions fell to the eventual club national champions in a shocker that reverberated around the college hockey community. According to Coach Powers, “People may think winning a national championship was what got everyone's attention but it was really that win at Penn State. I think it made people within our hockey community in the Valley and University finally take us seriously.”
  • Whatever the first win as a Division I program is
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2014.05.02 05:15 tabledresser [Table] IamA brewer and owner of a very small craft brewery! AMA!

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What's the best way to get into home-brewing? Is there a kit you can recommend for me to give it a try? I would say just go for it. Our first homebrew batch was horrible (fermentation temperature control is key! handle that and you're ahead of 95% of homebrewers) and it just made me mad. I went for the Northern Brewer deluxe starter kit (www.northernbrewer.com No association, I just think they have great products and excellent service), got a turkey fryer to do full boils, and a wort chiller in short order.
Definitely start with extract kits, do one or two at the minimum to learn basic boil process and sanitation. Partial volume boil or full volume are just fine. Once you're rock solid on fermentation and sanitation, you can choose step up to partial mash or all-grain, or stick with extract. Don't let anybody fool you, you can make excellent, professional quality beer with malt extract- 90% of good beermaking is good fermentation.
We did a modified brew-in-a-bag all grain because it gives you the control of all-grain with basically zero equipment costs. We brewed BIAB until the first day we fired up the 3bbl system.
No matter what you do, stick with recipe kits and other people's recipes (preferably popular or commonly brewed ones) for a LONG time so you can learn what different ingredients do to a beer, then you can start making small tweaks to adjust beers to your liking. Eventually, you'll understand things enough to start crafting recipes from scratch! Homebrewtalk.com and /homebrewing are both great resources.
What method do you use to control fermentation temp? I'm having a hard time using the "swamp-cooler" method in my no-AC apartment. We used to just wrap our fermenters with wet towels and keep them very wet with a fan pointed at them. That worked in our very dry climate. I also like "muckbucket with frozen water bottles" method, if that's not what you're already talking about.
Currently we have a temperature controlled fermentation box that's attached to our cold box to ferment the 3bbl batches. Any bigger than that and I don't think ambient cooling would be enough.
What's your favorite SD craft brewery? Sam recently brewed a version of Unite Pale Ale for International Women's Collaborative Brew day with Erica over at Intergalactic, it was RAD! I think they still have some on, but we're out of it. We also brewed a collaboration beer with Intergalactic that will be out this month, it's a super cool mashup of their Coconut Porter and our Chocolate Stout.
What's your favorite LA/OC craft brewery? It's so hard to pick a favorite brewery! I think Intergalactic is knocking it out of the park right now and I'm glad to hear they're getting a bigger brewhouse. I also think Alesmith is making some of the best beer in the country right now, and I hope the new bigger brewery will help them get some of the national acclaim they deserve!
Do you have any collaborations in the works? I haven't been to a ton of OC breweries, unfortunately, but The Bruery is the obvious choice. I also think Noble is absolutely KILLING IT right now- Naughty Sauce is one of my all time favorites. Up in LA, I've had the pleasure of touring Golden Road and seeing the new construction, it's a really cool place but I wish they would package their Berliner Weisse! My favorite in LA would have to be Eagle Rock- really good stuff!
My favorite in LA would have to be Eagle Rock- really good stuff! That would also be my pick. Not just 'cause it' in my 'hood, but because the product is outstanding. Has Sam ever come up to Eagle Rock Brewery for the Women's Beer Forum? If not, we need to make this happen. Sam hasn't been to the WBF. It's a bit of a hike, but shoot her an email at [email protected] and we'll see what we can work out!
Hi Rob Congrats on the business venture and chasing your passion, very few of us actually do. What strength is your brew before retail and how do you control the alcoholic strength it for retail? I've always wanted to know this. Kind wishes Stephanie. Hi Stephanie! We calculate alcohol basically the same way homebrewers do. Essentially, we measure how much sugar is in the wort (unfermented beer) before we add the yeast, and then measure the sugar when the beer is finished fermenting (there will be much less). Using a simple formula, we assume that all of that missing sugar has become CO2, H20, and ethanol.
Controlling alcohol content is a bit of a trick. We have to be sure to have a tightly controlled mash and boil process so that we always start out with the same amount of sugar in the wort, and then we have to design our process so that the yeast always eat up the same amount of sugar and we aren't left with a beer that's too weak and sweet or too strong and dry. We do this with careful yeast selection, oxygenation, and temperature control of the fermentation.
Currently, we have 9 beers on tap in the tasting room, and their ABVs range from 3.1% (our English Ordinary Bitter) up to 8.9% (a Belgian golden strong ale).
Thanks for the AMA. Quick question, in what ways are you ensuring that your product remains consistent? I understand on a large scale there is usually a quality assurance and quality control department, but with a small craft brewery I would like to know what you are doing to ensure consistency? Thanks! Consistency is always an issue at small breweries, but we keep meticulous records which help us to identify problems or sources of variability. One of the biggest things is sanitation- we break every piece of equipment totally down before a brew day and clean and sanitize every part. I'm also a biologist, so I'm nutty about yeast health and sanitation. Those are the biggest things, but we are also always adding equipment and processes that help us make the same great beer every time. It's not going to be perfect, but it's part of the fun of going to small breweries, seeing how things change over time. For example, we've always brewed our IPA with the same grist, but it hasn't had exactly the same hop bill since we started making it. Always tweaking.
That makes sense. Thanks for the answer. I think that a evolving product seems to fit well with the American craft beer culture, because from what I have seen it seems that people are more likely to go out of their way to try new things instead of find their favorite beer and drink only that. Our board changes a LOT. We have some beers we keep on all the time, and then 3 or 4 rotating, special, or seasonal taps, and we typically also have one experimental, tiny batch, that will typically only be on for 3 or 4 days. We like to keep it fresh and find out what people dig.
What beer do you make goes good with chicken wraps? I'm tryin' to impress a white lady, so I can get my mama some grandkids. They are all awesome, but if your lady likes IPA, ours is killer.
Sounds good. Let me get a sixer. If it all goes well, I'm a name my kid after you. No bottles yet- we'd have to spend twice what we spent on the whole brewery just to buy a bottling line. You'll just have to come in to the tasting room!
Hope to make out to 2Kids soon! We try to focus on beers you can't get elsewhere, unusual styles. Our board features a bunch of beers nobody makes anymore, like an Ordinary Bitter, a Cali Common, and an American Cream ale. We also try to be creative- we've got a winter saison on right now, which isn't really a thing, we just kind of made it up. We'll have a summer one on soon, though.
Awesome. I'll make sure to head out there. My wife's cousin mentioned you guys because she knows one of your somehow. Jennifer Witherspoon? We went to High School with Jennifer! She probably saw the brewery on Facebook.
The winter saison is great, keep up the good work! Thanks! Come by for the summer version when it gets really hot!
Thanks for the AMA and for the beer. Your cream ale and the Astarix might be two of my faves in San Diego. What advice might you give a homebrewer who's thinking about opening up their own Nano or micro brewery? #BlueHairOut. Thanks for the compliment! I would say find a market that's underserved. There are a lot of nanos right now, and they're going to keep growing. If you can find somewhere that isn't going to be too crowded in a few years, I think that would be a great way to get into it. You may be slow at first, but have much more room to grow and learn your customers preferences!
off, I want to be you when I grow up! How many barrels a year do you guys produce? Did you start it all up yourself, or did you have to get investors? If you needed investors, are they included in the actual process for choosing what you brew and when you brew it, or is it all you and your wife? Right now we brew about 3bbl a week, which is less than 200bbl per year. We hope that we can brew a lot more than that once we can get in the brewery full-time. It was really important to us to own the brewery outright and not have any other partners/investors. Total control of the creative process is essential to making good beer, and not just beer that will sell. We write all the recipes, decide how much of what to make, and when to rotate out beers.
Awesome! Good luck. I'll have to try your beers the next time I'm out west. Thanks! Be sure to take a growler home to show off!
Do you believe there's such thing as too many hops? You can have too much of anything, but I love hops! I'm a huge IPA and IIPA drinker, but I'm always disappointed when you go into a bar or brewery and the board is nothing but Belgians and IPAs. More selection please!
Where can I buy some? Are you guys going to sell online? At the moment, you can only buy 2kids beer in our tasting room! In the next few months, you'll start seeing our beer in bars in Mira Mesa, and then hopefully we'll branch out into some of the more competitive tapspace in the county.
I live in San Diego, but I've only hit up the larger breweries. I'd love to go on a micro brew tour. There are a ton here. Pacific just opened up about a month ago just across our parking lot and they're doing good work. They brew on a system about our size, but have a much fancier tasting room! Intergalactic is absolutely knocking it out of the park right now and are stepping up their 1bbl system to a 3bbl like ours in the next couple of months. They are another nano doing things right.
What are some other solid breweries I could visit in Mira Mesa after checking out Two Kids? If you're looking for small, definitely hit up the original Mike Hess tasting room, which is also here. The big brewery in North Park is cool, but it's neat to see where it all started. We also have friends over at Rough Draft and New English. Both make fantastic beer, but are larger than nano. You really can't go wrong! After those, obviously we've got Green Flash, Alesmith, Ballast Point, White Labs, Wet 'n Reckless, and St. Archer. They're all doing great work. Looking forward to the expansions of Alesmith and Ballast point!
Ditto, and I've been reading your other posts, it seems you have a great IPA, so I'm excited. How hoppy are we talking? Obligatory is sort of an Eastcoast/Westcoast fusion IPA, so it's on the malty side and won't blow your face off with hops. It's fairly bitter at 70 IBU, but has the malt to back it up and a big, heavy hop aroma. It also uses some fairly unusual hops for american IPAs, so it's definitely distinctive.
How do you ensure your beer doesn't taste EXACTLY like the countless other brews out there? That's one beef I have with the craft beer scene. I think there's a lot of great diversity and selection in craft beer today, and more breweries means more of that, so I'm stoked. We try to hit styles that other folks aren't making, though, so that helps a lot in hitting other taste niches. For example, Incredulous is probably the only really traditional ordinary bitter you can get that's made CA. We also have a Cali Common, and a kind of weird beer that's a winter warmer style re-imagining of a summer-style Saison. We like to make beer you can't get anywhere else.
I live in Bend, OR where we have a ton going on in craft brewing. Crux is one of the newer breweries and I recently had a beer they made with a prohibition era recipe using corn. It's dynamite. I like seeing the new breweries going after something different. Good luck! That was probably a Classic American Pilsner (CAP). It's a great style. We also make a nearly-extinct American adjunct beer: our American Cream Ale, One Twenty Three, is made with about 15% flaked corn.
My business class is currently creating an L3C brewery for a class project, so I can honestly say that i understand and appreciate your efforts. How many barrels of beer are you trying to make per year, and what is your marketing strategy for selling them? At the moment, we'll make less than 200bbl per year, but hope to expand that a lot! We have a big system so it's totally doable, especially if we can get in the brewery full-time. Our marketing strategy is pure grassroots. We're on social media and try to reach out to the press when we can, but it's a zero-budget kind of thing!
If you had to describe your beer in one word, what would it be? Unconstrained.
Have you thought about trying cannabis instead of hops in a beer? Like an IPA style? Sadly, it would be illegal in CA. We have medicinal MJ here, but not recreational. I think the Fed also gets annoyed, since our license is for alcohol only. I think some homebrewers have tried it, and their consensus was "not tasty."
Any thoughts on doing a gluten-free beer? Well, the FDA prevents us from labeling beer gluten-free if it's made with barley malt, but we could potentially make a gluten-reduced beer using an enzyme called Brewer's Clarex (Clarity ferm is one brand from White Labs). There's some debate as to whether or not beer treated with clarex is safe to drink for people with various gluten-related issues. We definitely want to do that, as we have a lot of friends and family that have gluten allergies, sensitivities, and Celiac's disease.
I don't have any experience brewing with gluten free grains like sorghum, but I haven't enjoyed beers made that way. Most gluten free people I know avoid those and stick to naturally gluten-free drinks like wine, cider, and mead.
Late to the party, but like many here I just want to ask, how difficult is it to get started? I work a 9-5 job and have never brewed anything in my life, though I'm always considering getting a kit. Get started homebrewing? It's easy! I would definitely recommend starting with extract kits. You'll save a lot of time and effort, and learn the basics of brewing. I like Northern Brewer's beginners kits, particularly the deluxe version, if you have the scratch. Do a lot of reading on homebrewtalk.com and you should be on your way. Just FYI, Sam and I were both full-time employed when we started brewing, and we live in a sub-600sqft apartment! At one point we had 7 kegs full of beer, probably ten cases, and 6 more fermenters bubbling away in our living room. You definitely have the time and the space!
Is your liver sore? Never, it's in good shape from the regular workouts it gets.
Wish you the best! Have you heard of Lagunitas? If so, what do you think? Lagunitas is huge here on the west coast, and they're building a new brewery in Chicago, where my brother lives so it's about to get easier to find elsewhere. I love their beers, particularly their IPA.
My buddy and I are looking to start a brewery along the same size as yours in the next year or two. Would you mind if I asked roughly the amount you had to invest to start? We ran a successful kickstarter that raised about $25k, but that was only a small portion of what we ended up spending. Maybe a third? I don't have the numbers in front of me, but it was a lot, and our tasting room is NOT fancy. Very DIY- most of the money went into stuff that would make and serve beer, and while our system isn't pretty, it's where we wanted to focus our spending.
How often to you use "local supply" when at work? If you mean drink on the job, then all the time! Why else own a brewery? If you mean buy ingredients and equipment from local suppliers? Then we do that where we can. Our ingredients come from California, and all of our equipment and tasting room was bought and fabricated here in San Diego!
Yes I meant drinking on the job. Is it not hard to be productive when you are constantly getting lit? We try not to catch a buzz on the job, but I can drink Incredulous all day! At 3.1% abv, it's delicious and doesn't even have that many calories! I can have a few pints and still be able to keep track of tabs in my head.
Have you heard about the CEO of Samuel Adams who has a secret recipe on how to not get drunk? He eats raw yeast with yogurt so he can drink all day without hardly getting drunk. I don't buy it, honestly. Yeast and/or alcohol dehydrogenase wouldn't survive the nasty habitat that is your stomach acid. I think the dude's been drinking long enough he has an above-average tolerance and also know how to pace himself. You never see brewery owners pounding IIPAs at the bar.
Damn, I was all excited there might be a miracle to counter binge drinking. The only way to avoid a hangover is to not drink too much!
Any chance your products are coming to the east coast? Not for a very long time! There are a lot of great reasons besides beer to come out to the left coast, though!
Where is your tasting room located? I'm in Sorrento Valley and I need a beer to go with my lunch today! We're in the Mira mesa/Miramar area, off Camino Ruiz and Miralani. We show up on Google Maps and Yelp now if you need directions!
Rob, I tried the beer back East by Wells called Banana Bread Beer, it was like a dessert! I think it was an ale, how would I make something like that? Banana extract! Using banana fruit is messy and doesn't give you super great flavor. We do use cocoa powder, cacao nibs, and vanilla beans in our chocolate stout though.
Oh awesome! New brewery to try out! There's a bunch! How far behind are you?
Pretty far, I'm a creature of habit and usually stick to my north county brews or what ever is on tap @ TapThat in oceanside. I know the feeling! I love ordering stuff I've had before, but I always try to get at least one beer I've never had before if I'm at a bar.
Congratulations on being able to pursue your passion! No questions myself, but I have some friends who brew; I've sent them a link to this thread, in case they want to get involved. Thanks, it's been a blast! I'm always happy to give out homebrew advice!
I do a twice-yearly beer trip to North County + SD proper to check out the latest and greatest breweries. Will have to swing by next time! Congrats on making the dream happen. Thanks! Hope to see you next time around!
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2010.06.02 00:41 theartofchris Chris Morris' "Can I Have This Dance?" grooves its way to an international audience via hit video game and music superstars.

Redbana US, a leading publisher of online games, recently held a "Call for Artists" Competition for its global hit video game Audition Online. It was announced by Redbana that "Can I Have This Dance," by Chris Morris would be featured alongside many of today's hottest musicians, including chart-topping artists such as Lady Gaga, Ke$ha, Ne-Yo, Fallout Boy and Jordin Sparks.
"We received a high volume of entries from aspiring artists but Audition Online fans have come to expect cutting-edge music," said Yun Tae, Project Manager for Audition, Redbana US. "This competition brought us some new high-quality talent and we are excited to bring fresh sounds to the game."
Chris Morris is a multi-faceted Artist/ComposePerformer out of Southern California. He is currently putting the finishing touches to his long awaited album, "the Catalyst," and hopes that the exposure he gains from having this song in Audition Online can jumpstart the buzz on its release. "It's such an exciting honor to be included alongside such superstar artists on an internationally recognized game," said Chris. "2010 has been nothing short of a blessing. From performing in arenas, playing the Sunset Strip, launching my website and now seeing these cartoon figures dancing to my music is nothing short of mindblowing. I'm very grateful."
"Can I Have This Dance," was produced by Team Ice (Tony Holder & Charlie Duckworth) and is now available for download at Chris' website www.theartofchrismorris.com. It is also being distributed worldwide via iTunes, Amazon and CD Baby. Chris recently performed this song and others from his forthcoming album at a recent party for the cast and crew of the hit ABC TV show, "Dancing With The Stars," at the popular Los Angeles music venue, "The Mint."
In Audition Online, players dance to upbeat jams, hitting moves in-sync with the rhythm to promote their character to stardom. Audition Online currently boasts 300+ million registered users worldwide on their platform.
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About Audition Online Audition is an online music and dancing game that allows players to compete and cooperate with players from around all over the world. The objective of the game is to dance your way to virtual stardom by syncing avatar’s moves with the beat of today’s hottest pop music. Players enjoy a variety of single and multiplayer modes, and in-game clothing and accessories can be bought to customize player avatars.
About Redbana US Corporation Formed in April 2008, Redbana US Corporation is the North American development and publishing arm of Korean publisher, T3 Entertainment. Home to a group of developers hailing from renowned studios such as Blizzard Entertainment, NCSoft, Rockstar Games, Electronic Arts, Turbine, Inc., Monolith, Nihilistic, and Sony Online Entertainment, Redbana is poised to become a premiere North American studio with an assemblage of programmers, designers, and artists boasting decades of experience developing high quality titles. Their current titles include the online rhythm game Audition and the highly anticipated MMO Mythos. For more information, visit www.redbana.com
About Chris Morris Artist/ComposePerformer Chris Morris was born and raised in Oceanside, California. That Southern Californian upbringing is heard in his unique brand of sophisticated soul. There is a positive energy that is undeniable and seldom heard in modern music. His piano skills are second to none and his voice is an ambidextrous tool that can be a soaring tenor one minute, a husky baritone the next. Chris is simultaneously retro and fresh. In January 2010, he launched his own website, 'theartofchrismorris.com" complete with Audio, Video, Pictures and links to his presence on social networks such as Twitter, Facebook and MySpace which have allowed his music to spread worldwide. His music has found its way to enough people to garner him a loyal fanbase who are anxiously awaiting a release date of his forthcoming album "the Catalyst." In addition to his own career, he is currently working with a diverse roster of artists including Mo Betta (Hip-Hop/Soul), Charlie (R&B), Roots Covenant (Reggae), Funktuation (Funk/Hip-Hop), J.P. (Pop), Dopes (Rap/Hip-Hop) and many more. Starting Piano lessons at just 5 years old, Chris has never looked back. Now an Artist, Producer, Composer, Engineer, Multi-Instrumentalist, Vocalist...Chris is a confident musical jack of all trades. For more information, visit www.theartofchrismorris.com
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