I saw a documentary on television about some unique foods and beverages around the world. That is how I came to find out about kopi luwak coffee. It was featured on this program because of the way it is processed. Civet cats actually eat beans, and then their waste is collected afterwards. After extensive cleaning, the digested beans are then packaged and sold. I know some people might not think it sounds good, but I am going by all the comments of the people who have actually tried it. They all state that it has a rich and deep taste, and I knew I wanted to try it for myself.
I wasn’t sure where to get it though, because the documentary did not have any links. (more…)by Reginald A. Conner with No Comments
You might be surprised but there is a rather large market for metal detectors for hobbyists like myself! I have been into metal detecting for several years now thanks to my father who introduced me to the joy of the experience of finding hidden treasures throughout the world – well, perhaps not the world, but you might be surprised what you can find in your own metaphorical backyard. Recently, I have been looking for a new detector that is of higher quality which lead me the pti detectors blog – a whole blog dedicated to the website; ptidetectors.com. I was very impressed by their wide assortment of both professional and hobbyist metal detectors, whose lines are somewhat blurred, since they both deal in some amazing equipment. (more…)by Reginald A. Conner with No Comments
The first major upgrade in packaging equipment that we purchased was a robot loader to handle putting the products into boxes. There are 12 to a box, and there are 12 boxes to a case. The first machine we got packaged the 12 to a box, and we used personnel to put the boxes into bigger boxes. Then we packaged 24 of the large boxes onto a shipping pallet and loaded them onto trucks.
The robot loader is so fast. We had it running at slow speed because the workers could not keep up with how fast it can put product into boxes. Our next purchase was to get a robotic loader for the bigger boxes we whip out to retail stores. (more…)by Reginald A. Conner with No Comments
Streets of San Francisco NYE
at ****Fort Mason Festival Pavilion****
presented by Eye Heart SF (21+ event)
featuring global music icon MOBY performing a DJ set
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• San Francisco’s top large-scale 21+ NYE party
• Voted “best event under 5,000 attendees” (CMAC)
• World-class sound, lighting, and visuals
• Music Festival caliber production elements
• Featuring Premium Open Bar for all guests
• #1 bartender-to-guest ratio of any event
• Overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz
Previous Headliners In Past Years Include:
STEVE AOKI, Z-TRIP, A-TRAK, and CRAZE
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at Fort Mason Center
Buchanan St & Marina Blvd
San Francisco, United States
THE MACHINE, America’s top Pink Floyd show, has forged a 25 year reputation of excellence, extending the legacy of Pink Floyd, while creating another legacy all their own. Over the years, The Machine has touched the hearts and souls of many, selling out theaters, large clubs and casinos across North and Central America, Europe and Asia. They have also appeared at renowned music festivals such as Bonnaroo, Riverbend, Gathering of the Vibes, Buffalo’s Artpark, and Germany’s Rock of Ages.
The New York based band focuses on making every show an authentic Floydian experience for their fans. Known for performing a diverse mix of The Floyd’s extensive 16-album repertoire (complete with faithful renditions of popular hits as well as obscure gems), The Machine’s stellar musicianship, dramatic lighting and video, and their passionate delivery sets them above and beyond the rest.
In the classic tradition, The Machine explores collective improvisation paralleling and even rivaling that of an early 1970’s Pink Floyd mentality. Their use of expanded theatrical elements and elaborate stage displays continues in the spirit of the later Floyd lineups of the 1980’s. The band is also known for recreating entire albums as a part of their show, accepting requests from fans, and for taking an A to Z approach in which one song is played for every letter of the alphabet. Additionally, the quartet has been sharing the stage with full symphony orchestras, including the Atlanta, Detroit, Pittsburgh and San Diego Symphonies.
at The Orange Peel
101 Biltmore Avenue
Asheville, United States
at TD Garden
100 Legends Way
Boston, United States