I’ve been watching this sit for hours. Whoever placed this order: fuck you.
2023.03.12 20:17 RedditVirgin13 I’ve been watching this sit for hours. Whoever placed this order: fuck you.
2023.01.24 15:46 logisticsking83 Joe's Fruit Stand part 1
BUS_NAME MAILADDR MAILCITY MAIL_ST MAILZIP1 BUS_PHON
1st Quality Produce Inc 138 Fulton Street Fresno CA 93721 (559) 442-1932
4 J's Produce & Inspection 2165 18th Avenue Kingsburg CA 93631 (559) 859-0428
5 Star Produce Inc 1292 Kings Crown Road Santa Ana CA 92705 (949) 433-0398
68 Produce LLC PO Box 7577 Spreckles CA 93962 (831) 455-9375
A & A Dasso Farms 4302 North Beecher Road Stockton CA 95215 (209) 481-9164
A & A Organic Farms Corp 125 Hangar Way Suite 100 Watsonville CA 95076 (831) 768-0300
A & A Produce Inc PO Box 1158 South San Francisco CA 94083 (650) 875-1020
A & F Distributing Corporation PO Box 21385 Los Angeles CA 90021 (323) 225-8321
A & G Thomas Produce PO Box 1851 Turlock CA 95381 (209) 634-5934
A & N Produce 24409 Avenue 216 Lindsay CA 93247 (559) 756-4281
A & S Produce Inc 2939 Sunol Drive Vernon CA 90058 (213) 260-5100
A & T Hammond Inc PO Box 2564 Monterey CA 93942 (831) 375-9543
A & T Trading Co LLC 1158 G Street Suite 107 & 108 Reedley CA 93654 (559) 643-8029
A D P DePalma Farms Inc 18666 East Hwy 120 Ripon CA 95366 (209) 838-7034
A G Produce & Supplies Inc PO Box 3034 Vista CA 92085 (760) 224-8997
A P Esteve Sales Inc 1920 Tienda Drive Bld. C Suite 201 Lodi CA 95242 (209) 334-9728
A Plus Vegetable Inc 1995 East 20th Street Los Angeles CA 90058 (213) 747-4888
Abcv Ventures LLC 2411 Old Drow Canyon Road #105 San Ramon CA 94583 (925) 837-7400
Abe-El Wholesale 42143 Road 120 Orosi CA 93647 (559) 528-3030
Acevedo Produce 642 North Wilcox Ave Apt #108 Montebello CA 90640 (323) 359-3776
Adolph Foods Inc 1099 E Champlain Drive Suite A #263 Fresno CA 93720 (559) 237-7056
Advantage Produce Inc 1511 Bay Street Los Angeles CA 90021 (213) 627-2777
Advocates For Healthy Living 142 East Bonita Avenue #136 San Dimas CA 91773 (626) 593-9254
Ag Mart Enterprises 2478 Mitchell Avenue Clovis CA 93611 (559) 325-8881
Agriculture & Land Based Training PO Box 6264 Salinas CA 93912 (831) 758-1469
AgroUSA Inc PO Box 58045 Los Angeles CA 90058 (213) 864-6846
Aguilar Muro Produce 11261 Howay Lane Wilton CA 95693 (916) 284-5905
Aguilar Ranch & Produce PO Box 142 Stevinson CA 95374 (209) 261-3898
Al Produce Wholesale Inc 1309 Ross Street Suite C Petaluma CA 94954 (707) 763-2929
Alaraz Corp 2934 24th Street San Francisco CA 94110 (415) 826-4334
Albert Louis Bouvet 20 Landing Circle Suite 306 Chico CA 95973 (530) 899-8200
Albert Raso PO Box 85 Thornton CA 95686 (209) 327-7765
Albert S Kimura 1735 Southwood Drive San Luis Obispo CA 93401 (805) 544-1721
Albert's Organics Inc PO Box 624 Bridgeport NJ 08014 (856) 241-9090
Albertsons LLC PO Box 20 Boise ID 83726 (208) 295-4913
Alchemist CDC 1800 21st Street Suite 100 Sacramento CA 95811 (916) 204-8260
Alday Produce PO Box 1703 Rosemead CA 91770 (562) 824-6047
Alejandro Produce Inc 2504 South Santa Fe C-6 Vista CA 92084 (760) 598-1848
Alejandro Sanchez 16291 Nightstar Court Fontana CA 92336 (213) 219-4279
Alex Produce 4453 Winslow Court Riverside CA 92501 (951) 233-3421
Alex Produce 887 Vertin Avenue C-3 Box 4 Salinas CA 93901 (831) 751-2400
Alex Produce 1965 Norma Street Oxnard CA 93036 (805) 607-5678
Alfonso A Soria 3413 Yerrington Court Modesto CA 95355 (209) 869-0150
Alfonso Vasquez 321 North D Street Madera CA 93638 (559) 675-0442
All About Produce Company 712 Fiero Lane Suite 30-31 San Luis Obispo CA 93401 (805) 431-2626
All Fresh Produce Inc 901 East "E" Street Wilmington CA 90744 (310) 830-6337
All Fresh Products Inc 40 - 20th Street San Diego CA 92102 (619) 232-1000
All Fruits Marketing LLC 9008 Cripple Creek Avenue Bakersfield CA 93312 (661) 667-1505
Alliance Produce Distributors Inc 38365 Innovation Court #1104-K Murrieta CA 92563 (909) 821-3813
Alvarado Produce 150 Belmont Street Apt 59 Delano CA 93215 (661) 709-0029
Alvarez Sales 10353 Gunn Avenue Whittier CA 90605 (213) 622-0933
Alvas Produce 456 Hummingbird Drive Brea CA 92823 (714) 543-8033
Alvin Goldberg And Son Inc 8418 North Third Street Fresno CA 93720 (559) 269-2373
Alvin's Farms #1 Corp 2615 Loma Avenue South El Monte CA 91733 (626) 575-3728
Always Fresh Trading Inc 1338 East 6th Street Los Angeles CA 90021 (213) 622-8168
Amalia Garcia 17496 West Whitesbridge Sp #10 Kerman CA 93630 (559) 567-2292
Amelia Loftus 1454 Oakleaf Drive Royal Oaks CA 95076 (831) 246-1748
American 4 Star Marketing Inc 5112 5th Street Rainbow CA 92028 (760) 728-2905
American Fruits and Flavors 10725 Sutter Avenue Pacoima CA 91331 (818) 899-9574
American Mushroom Inc 698 Anita Street Suite B Chula Vista CA 91911 (619) 477-6551
Amerifresh Inc PO Box 25129 Scottsdale AZ 85255 (480) 927-4900
AMS Export LLC 720 South Alameda Street Los Angeles CA 90021 (213) 612-5888
Ana's Produce 304 Troy Street Bakersfield CA 93306 (661) 366-5252
Andrewsag Inc 13650 Copus Road Bakersfield CA 93307 (661) 858-2266
Andrianos D Argyropoulos 1467 48th Street Sacramento CA 95819 (916) 307-9375
Andrighetto Produce Inc PO Box 2328 So San Francisco CA 94083 (650) 588-0930
Andy's Produce Market Inc PO Box 870 Sebastopol CA 95473 (707) 824-5440
Angel Mendoza Torrez 1909 West La Sierra Fresno CA 93706 (559) 433-5842
Antelope Valley Produce 206 West Nugent Street Lancaster CA 93534 (661) 942-5939
Anthony Vineyards Inc PO Box 9578 Bakersfield CA 93389 (661) 858-6211
Antonio & Ines Hernandez 400 Monroe Street Arvin CA 93203 (661) 247-7368
Araz Produce 11674 Curry Avenue Granada Hills CA 91344 (818) 601-9007
Armando Altamirano 408 Springer Street Bakersfield CA 93306 (661) 549-5343
Armando Montalvo 15728 California Avenue Paramount CA 90723 (562) 790-8594
Armstrong Marketing 16618 Toro Hills Court Salinas CA 93908 (831) 484-0800
Arra Sales Corporation PO Box 2407 Bakersfield CA 93303 (661) 395-7000
Arroyo Produce 944 Olive Avenue Vista CA 92083 (760) 497-1624
Arturo Aguilar Castillo 1667 South Teilman Circle Fresno CA 93706 (559) 230-7212
Arturo Chavarin 1780-P Old Bayshore Highway San Jose CA 95112 (408) 453-4199
Assi Irvine Market LLC 4730 Barranca Parkway Irvine CA 92604 (213) 388-0900
Assi Super Inc 3525 West 8th Street Los Angeles CA 90005 (213) 388-0900
Atlas Produce & Distribution Inc 1031 H Street Bakersfield CA 93304 (661) 322-6800
Autenrieth Company - The PO Box 4648 Thousand Oaks CA 91359 (818) 706-0666
Avila Produce 19655 East Telegraph Road Santa Paula CA 93060 (805) 933-1938
Avila Produce 1217 Edison Highway 595 Edison CA 93220 (661) 778-9553
Avina's Produce 14535 Culp Street La Puente CA 91744 (626) 322-5145
AVP Enterprises Inc PO Box 23100 San Diego CA 92193 (619) 234-7653
AW Home For Special-People 42825 West Valeria Avenue Dos Palos CA 93620 (209) 392-3778
Awe Sum Organics Inc 123 Locust Street Santa Cruz CA 95060 (831) 457-2244
AXR Produce 3302 Olive Street Huntington Park CA 90255 (213) 219-6957
Ayala Orchards Inc 22380 South Elm Avenue Laton CA 93242 (559) 922-0958
B R Produce 4539 Santa Ana Street Apt A Cudahy CA 90201 (213) 622-4535
Backyard CSA 3107 Luna Court Santa Rosa CA 95405 (707) 228-9945
Bahena Produce 10169 Q12 Avenue Little Rock CA 93543 (661) 492-0848
Baja Produce 1886 Newton Avenue San Diego CA 92113 (619) 233-0772
Bandwagon Brokerage Inc PO Box 260827 Encino CA 91426 (323) 983-0670
Banner Fruit Co PO Box 2971 So San Francisco CA 94083 (650) 583-4314
Barajas Produce Inc 538 South Rose Street Anaheim CA 92805 (714) 533-7455
Barcenas Produce 363 South Valencia Blvd Woodlake CA 92386 (323) 376-4206
Batth Dehydrator LLC PO Box 309 Caruthers CA 93609 (559) 864-3501
Bay Area Produce Inc PO Box 6960 San Jose CA 95150 (408) 395-1111
Bay Cities Produce Company Inc 2109 Williams Street San Leandro CA 94577 (510) 346-4943
Bay Fresh Corporation 320 Harbor Way Suite 100 South San Francisco CA 94080 (650) 589-1245
Bedrock Produce 2652 Brdigeport Way Sacramento CA 95826 (916) 826-0319
Bellafresca Inc PO Box 910 Mountain View CA 94042 (650) 961-0399
Belmont Nursery Inc 7730 East Belmont Avenue Fresno CA 93727 (559) 255-6645
Beltran's Produce 49-285 Tulipan Street Coachella CA 92236 (760) 398-2981
Benitez Produce 808 South Hobart Blvd #301 Los Angeles CA 90005 (213) 422-5015
Be-On Produce Inc 729 South Merchant Street Los Angeles CA 90021 (213) 689-8288
Berkeley Bowl Produce Inc 2020 Oregon Street Berkeley CA 94703 (510) 898-9572
Bernardi & Associates Inc PO Box 1925 Nogales AZ 85628 (520) 281-4011
Berry Fresh LLC PO Box 5397 Long Beach CA 90805 (310) 637-2401
Berry Man Inc - The 205 W Montecito Street Santa Barbara CA 93101 (805) 965-3772
Best A & A Produce PO Box 21152 c/o Andy Nguyen San Jose CA 95151 (408) 649-1160
Best Produce 3753 East Robinson Fresno CA 93726 (559) 268-6859
Bethy's Produce 635 South Clela Avenue Los Angeles CA 90022 (323) 691-8521
Better Brand Food Products Inc PO Box 1001 Watsonville CA 95077 (831) 724-7243
Better Life Produce Inc PO Box 2841 Fullerton CA 92837 (213) 623-0640
Bidart Bros Inc 4813 Calloway Driver Bakersfield CA 93312 (661) 410-1400
Billingsley Produce Sales Inc 217 H Street Bakersfield CA 93304 (661) 321-0793
Bi-Rite Restaurant Co Inc 123 South Hill Drive Brisbane CA 94005 (415) 657-9359
Blazer Wilkinson LP PO Box 7428 Spreckles CA 93962 (831) 455-3700
Borton Marketing Co Inc PO Box 9663 Bakersfield CA 93389 (661) 325-5728
Boskovich Farms Inc PO Box 1352 Oxnard CA 93032 (805) 487-2299
Bracamontes Enterprises Inc PO Box 818 Chino Hills CA 91709 (714) 936-6069
Brandt Farms Inc 6040 Avenue 430 Reedley CA 93654 (599) 638-6961
Brix Procure LLC 2513 Collinas PT Chino Hills CA 91709 (909) 606-6067
Bruce A Myers Inc PO Box 397 Exeter CA 93221 (559) 592-2033
Bruce Gossett 4230 Gledden Lane Yuba City CA 95991 (530) 673-5898
Bueno Bonito Barrato Inc 4011 Jewett Avenue Bakersfield CA 93301 (661) 325-4430
Buenrostro Produce 1853 Ives Unit 65 Oxnard CA 93033 (805) 824-2410
Busler's Produce 1599 Gold Street Marysville CA 95901 (530) 315-6858
Buy Fresh Produce Inc 6636 E 26th Street Commerce CA 90040 (323) 796-0127
C & D Enterprizes 78620 Brandford Circle La Quinta CA 92253 (760) 600-0952
C & F Foods Inc 15620 East Valley Blvd City Of Industry CA 91744 (626) 723-1000
C A L Produce Sales Corporation PO Box 8089 Fresno CA 93747 (559) 486-1234
C D S Distributing Inc 1000 Brannan Street Suite 504 San Francisco CA 94103 (415) 864-8588
C J Olson Cherries Inc 348 West El Camino Sunnyvale CA 94087 (408) 736-3726
C J V Gil Produce 31 South Plainsburg Road Le Grand CA 95333 (209) 382-1314
C Lane Company LLC Two Metroplex Drive Suite 200 Birmingham AL 35209 (205) 380-5580
CA Citrus Selector Inc 506 North Kaweah Avenue Suite C Exeter CA 93221 (559) 592-6830
Cabral Produce 1655 North Western Avenue Santa Maria CA 93458 (805) 349-0281
Cal Fresco LLC 6850 Artesia Blvd Buena Park CA 90620 (714) 690-7700
Cal Fruit International Inc PO Box 368 Yuba City CA 95992 (530) 673-0292
Cal Pine Distributors LP 760 Paseo Camarillo Suite #100 Camarillo CA 93010 (805) 484-0730
Cal West Packing Co Inc PO Box 130 Parlier CA 93648 (559) 646-3555
Calafia Growers Inc PO Box 75405 San Clemente CA 92673 (949) 361-0136
Calalu LLC 2421 East 16th Street Unit 1 Los Angeles CA 90021 (323) 587-2200
Calavo Growers Inc 1141 A Cummings Road Santa Paula CA 93060 (805) 921-3211
Calderons Fresh Fruits 2881 Maple Street Merced CA 95348 (209) 777-4071
Caldwell and Sons Inc 4035 E 52nd Street Maywood CA 90270 (323) 589-4008
Calex Trading Company 290 Station Way Suite B Arroyo Grande CA 93420 (805) 481-5001
Calgreen Produce Corp 1925 E 8th Street #4 Los Angeles CA 90021 (213) 228-8900
Cali Fresh Produce Inc 230 Franklin Street Oakland CA 94607 (510) 238-8600
Cali Fresh Produce SF Inc 125 Terminal Court Stall 40C,D,E South San Francisco CA 94080 (650) 873-4444
Calif Almond Packers & Export Inc 21275 Simpson Road Corning CA 96021 (530) 824-3836
California Apple Products Inc 12031 Sherman Road North Hollywood CA 91605 (818) 982-5400
California Produce Wholesalers 6818 Watcher Street City of Commerce CA 90040 (562) 776-5770
California Snack Foods Inc 2131 North Tyler Avenue South El Monte CA 91733 (626) 444-4508
Calvalley Fruit & Produce Co 5771 Belleview Avenue Sacramento CA 95814 (916) 802-7319
Candelaria Products 2050 W Ashlan #209 Fresno CA 93705 (559) 225-4233
Capay Inc 23804 State Highway 16 Capay CA 95607 (530) 219-0453
Capital River Group LLC 807-B Cromwell Avenue Stockton CA 95203 (209) 466-3333
Carcione's Fresh Produce Co PO Box 2281 So San Francisco CA 94080 (650) 583-8989
Cardenas Markets Inc 2501 East Guasti Road Robert Lopez Ontario CA 91761 (909) 731-6049
Cardenas Produce 2505 South 9th Street Fresno CA 93725 (559) 485-3269
Cardino's Produce PO Box 30203 Oakland CA 94604 (510) 538-3993
Carlos Alvarado 931 Blanca Place Oxnard CA 93030 (805) 797-8601
Carlos Cardenas 1037 Robert Lane Santa Maria CA 93458 (805) 354-3294
Carlos Cota Mendez 1385 North Magnolia Avenue Reedley CA 93654 (559) 318-4094
Carlos Nochebuena 5740 Camellia Avenue #104 North Hollywood CA 91601 (818) 769-0126
Carlos Sandoval Gutierrez 750 11th Street Sanger CA 93657 (559) 975-0011
Carol D Borzone 175 Gerald Lane Danville CA 94526 (925) 820-2303
Casa 3 Hermanos 405 West Rumonu Street #405 Ventura CA 93001 (805) 705-6370
Cash & Carry Stores LLC PO Box 22008 Portland OR 97269 (503) 833-1588
Castillo Produce 402 Marston Avenue La Puente CA 91744 (213) 892-0044
Catalina Produce 167 South Normandie Avenue #108 Los Angeles CA 90004 (213) 570-0265
Catalina Produce 4728 Moorpak Way Sacramento CA 95842 (916) 613-9491
Cecelia Packing Corporation 24780 E South Avenue Orange Cove CA 93646 (559) 626-5000
Ceja Produce 2329 Valleyview Street Selma CA 93662 (559) 590-8471
Celsus Export LLC 855 Folsom Street #104 San Francisco CA 94107 (415) 359-1128
Centeno's Produce 417 South Garnsey Street Santa Ana CA 92701 (714) 542-1273
Central Calif Produce Distrib LLC PO Box 537 Richgrove CA 93261 (559) 756-3880
Centurion Trade Inc 304 De Vega Court Modesto CA 95354 (209) 545-2105
Cervantes Distributor Inc 350 Robinson Avenue Calexico CA 92331 (760) 357-1614
Cervantes Produce 119 Preda Street San Leandro CA 94577 (510) 557-6690
CH Robinson Company 14701 Charleson Road Suite 1400 Eden Prairie MN 55347 (952) 937-8500
Chan N Saetern 2273 Coneord Drive Merced CA 95341 (209) 658-2957
Chan Tong Saefong 9160 Luchesi Drive Sacramento CA 95829 (209) 349-2899
Chapin Produce 4706 South Western Avenue Los Angeles CA 90062 (323) 839-9961
Charlie's Enterprises PO Box 12838 Fresno CA 93779 (559) 445-8600
Chasin Foods Inc 1855 East 27th Street Vernon CA 90058 (323) 544-0000
Chef's Choice 395 Commercial Street San Jose CA 95112 (408) 213-3880
Chet & Leo Produce 440 Franklin Street Oakland CA 94607 (510) 893-9010
Chick's Produce Inc 2630 5th Street Sacramento CA 95818 (916) 448-3886
Chico Produce Inc PO Box 1069 Durham CA 95938 (530) 893-0596
Chong's Produce Inc 1860 Dobbin Drive San Jose CA 95133 (408) 259-7783
Choumas Produce Co Inc 1601 East Olympic Blvd Los Angeles CA 90021 (213) 688-1188
Choy and Faye's Farm 3652 Townsheand Circle Stockton CA 95212 (209) 610-0248
Chris G Kragie 15050 Torrey Pines Circle Chowchilla CA 93610 (559) 665-1133
Chris S Mintzas 9 Nancy Lane Chico CA 95926 (916) 435-3164
Christian Bartels Enterprises Inc 288 Lindbergh Avenue Livermore CA 94551 (925) 245-1800
Chue Wang Xiong 1013 West Bellevue Road Merced CA 95348 (209) 631-3368
Chung Phan 7800 Cirano Court Sacramento CA 95828 (916) 681-0688
Ciatti Company LLC 1101 Fifth Avenue #170 San Rafael CA 94901 (415) 458-5150
Cindys 156 East Channel Island Blvd Oxnard CA 93033 (805) 487-0580
Cindy's Produce 3758 Downing Avenue Baldwin Park CA 91706 (626) 392-0613
Cira Produce 10233 South Whiterock Road Rancho Cordova CA 95670 (916) 369-1154
Circle K Ranch 8700 South Leonard Fowler CA 93625 (559) 834-1571
Citaly's Produce 1325 Tomol Drive Carpinteria CA 93013 (805) 684-3096
Citrus Rey Produce 3535 S Temperance Fresno CA 93725 (559) 268-6650
City Ag LLC 5757 Olivas Park Drive Unit K Ventura CA 93003 (805) 650-8004
Clendenen's Cider Works 96 12th Street Fortuna CA 95540 (707) 725-2123
Coast Citrus Distributors Inc 7597 Bristow Court San Diego CA 92154 (619) 661-7950
Coast Produce Company 1601 E Olympic Blvd Bays 206-209 Los Angeles CA 90021 (213) 955-4900
Coast To Coast Produce LLC PO Box 250 Cheshire CT 06410 (203) 271-2006
Coastal Fresh Produce Company 6306 Snell Avenue San Jose CA 95123 (408) 578-4958
Coastline Distributors Inc 29 Maxwell Court Santa Rosa CA 95401 (707) 545-6056
Coliman Produce Inc 9765 Marconi Drive Suite 103 San Diego CA 92154 (619) 424-7148
Complete Produce Inc 460 Alma Street #200 Monterey CA 93940 (831) 375-1999
Concha's Produce 1210 Long Beach Avenue Los Angeles CA 90021 (323) 391-9831
Consolidated Fruit & Vegetable 170 San Benancio Road Salinas CA 93908 (831) 484-0104
Contreras Produce 4608 Abner Street Los Angeles CA 90032 (213) 700-8427
Contreras Produce 338 3/4 North Avenue 52nd Street Los Angeles CA 90042 (323) 793-1506
Convenience Sales Network Inc 41419 Pear Street #5 Murrieta CA 92562 (751) 677-3333
Cooks Company Produce Inc 1942 Jerrold Avenue San Francisco CA 94124 (415) 695-8391
Cooper Cold Foods Inc 4510 Seville Avenue Vernon CA 90058 (323) 584-4440
Coosemans San Francisco Inc 2065 Jerrold Avenue San Francisco CA 94124 (415) 648-5755
Corona College Hts Orange & Lemon 8000 Lincoln Avenue Riverside CA 92504 (951) 359-6451
Corona Fruits & Veggies Inc PO Box 1106 Santa Maria CA 93456 (805) 346-2114
Costco Wholesale Corporation PO Box 35005 Seattle WA 98124 (425) 313-8100
Cotati Brand Eggs Inc 441 Houser Street Cotati CA 94931 (707) 795-4489
Country View Nursery 32831 Road 124 Visalia CA 93291 (559) 624-0100
Couture Farms PO Box 569 Kettleman City CA 93239 (559) 386-9865
Coy's Produce Company Inc 6491 Weathers Place Suite B San Diego CA 92121 (858) 623-9474
Coyt Produce 1238 Circle Drive Salinas CA 93905 (831) 751-6798
Crawford Sales Company 701 West Bay Avenue Newport Beach CA 92661 (661) 303-9529
Crespin Chipres 10017 Houston Avenue Lamont CA 93241 (661) 845-3683
Cruz Produce 929 South Hobart Los Angeles CA 90006 (213) 365-8794
Cruz Produce 1706 Nadine Avenue Modesto CA 95351 (209) 537-2895
Crystal Valley West Inc 1601 East Olympic Blvd Blgd 500#512 Los Angeles CA 90021 (213) 627-2383
Cuenca Produce 279 North V Street Fresno CA 93701 (559) 213-7467
Custom Pak West Limited Partership 2771 French Camp Road Manteca CA 95336 (239) 657-4421
Custom Produce Sales PO Box 977 Kingsburg CA 93631 (559) 254-5867
D & D Wholesale Distributor's Inc 777 Baldwin Park Blvd City of Industry CA 91746 (626) 333-2111
D & L Foods Inc. 902 Durfee Avenue South El Monte CA 91733 (626) 579-9295
D & N Produce 2640 E Washington Blvd Los Angeles CA 90023 (323) 581-4333
D & N Quality Control Fruit 5351 Gatson Road Bakersfield CA 93314 (661) 344-6506
D & R Produce 1925 East 8th Street Los Angeles CA 90021 (213) 688-2946
D and S Produce 121 Casswall Street Napa CA 94558 (707) 486-5940
D F & R W Inc 7005 Tujunga Avenue North Hollywood CA 91605 (818) 984-1444
D J Forry Co Inc 30 Nancy Drive Novato CA 94947 (415) 892-8352
D L J Produce Inc PO Box 2398 West Covina CA 91793 (626) 330-6849
Daaks International Inc 22016 Sagebrook Road Chatsworth CA 91311 (213) 612-3225
Dang Farm Produce 2032 Elk Horn Blvd Rio Linda CA 95673 (916) 622-5819
Daniel D & Wanda K Doerksen 1477 North Birch Reedley CA 93654 (559) 638-5298
Daniel E Herbert Produce Co PO Box 1781 Sun Valley CA 91353 (661) 713-1362
Daniel Madrigal 1710 Dallas Street Modesto CA 95358 (209) 480-3331
Danville Produce PO Box 2510 Martinez CA 94553 (925) 246-9994
D'Arrigo Bros Co of California PO Box 850 Salinas CA 93902 (831) 455-4501
Dave Heafner 24895 Baxter Ranch Road lake Elsinore CA 92532 (951) 657-3056
Davi Produce 250 Chilpancingo Parkway #5 Pleasant Hill CA 94523 (925) 625-0664
David & Esperanza Chavez FLP 817 Arguello Street Redwood City CA 94063 (650) 367-9746
David G Barry 10206 Hwy 70 Marysville CA 95901 (530) 844-1624
David Hatanaka 510 Daniels Street Woodland CA 95695 (530) 510-7548
David Navarro PO Box 274 Hamilton City CA 95951 (530) 513-1448
David Oppenheimer and Company 101 - 11 Burbidge Street Coquitlam BC V3K (604) 461-6779
David Tapia and Maria D Tapia 1735 South Giddings Visalia CA 93277 (559) 288-9245
Davis Ranch LLC 13501 Jackson Road Sloughhouse CA 95683 (916) 682-2658
Daylight Foods Inc 660 Vista Way Milpitas CA 95035 (408) 468-6052
Daylight Produce 2071 E Nebraska Avenue Dinuba CA 93618 (559) 805-6588
DeGuire Marketing LLC 6507 Pacific Avenue #232 Stockton CA 95207 (209) 321-7798
Del Fresh Produce Inc 11300 Center Avenue Gilroy CA 95020 (408) 968-9404
Del Mar Farms PO Box 97 Westley CA 95387 (209) 894-5555
Del Mar Food Products Corp PO Box 891 Watsonville CA 95077 (831) 722-3516
Del Monte Corporation 2 Nestle Way Lathrop CA 95330 (209) 547-7222
Del Monte Fresh Produce NA Inc 241 Sevilla Avenue Attn: Legal Dept Coral Gables FL 33134 (305) 520-8400
Del Rey Properties Inc 120 Calle Del Oaks Place Del Rey Oaks CA 93940 (831) 899-2022
Del Sala Farmers Produce Inc PO Box 10189 Salinas CA 93912 (831) 443-1231
Delano Growers Grape Products 32351 Bassett Avenue Delano CA 93215 (661) 725-3255
Delgadillo's Produce & Nuts PO Box 611118 San Jose CA 95161 (408) 685-6785
Delica North America Inc 1991 West 190th Street #201 Torrance CA 90504 (310) 436-1980
Del's Distributing Company Inc PO Box 402727 Hesperia CA 92340 (760) 948-3357
Delta Green 26704 Avenue 8 Madera CA 93637 (559) 358-1254
Delta Packing Co of Lodi Inc 6021 East Kettleman Lane Lodi CA 95240 (209) 334-1023
Dennis Hamamjian 2513 West Shaw Suite 102A Fresno CA 93711 (559) 221-7055
Derco Associates Inc 2670 West Shaw Lane Fresno CA 93711 (559) 435-2664
Devoy Marketing Incorporated PO Box 40605 Bakersfield CA 93384 (661) 326-1161
Dewey Luvell Martin 2226 North Mendonca Court Visalia CA 93291 (559) 627-5433
Diamond A Sales Company 450 Corral de Tierra Salinas CA 93908 (831) 601-4555
Diana Fruit Co Inc PO Box 268 Santa Clara CA 95052 (408) 727-9631
Direct Fresh Sales Inc 2095 Jerrold Avenue #314 San Francisco CA 94124 (415) 282-3800
Direct Produce Inc PO Box 2277 Huntington Park CA 90255 (213) 624-1727
Diversified Restaurant Systems Inc 11452 El Camino Real Suite 215 San Diego CA 92130 (858) 720-3540
DM Distributor Inc PO Box 1150 South San Francisco CA 94083 (650) 588-9001
DMC Import & Export PO Box 763 McFarland CA 93250 (661) 243-7365
Don Chuy's Produce PO Box 38946 Sacramento CA 95838 (916) 459-9023
Donev Co Inc 690 Anita Street Suite A Chula Vista CA 92113 (619) 423-3333
Donovan Produce Company Inc PO Box 7062 Spreckles CA 93962 (831) 770-1123
Dora's Produce 7117 Lupine Street Bakersfield CA 93313 (661) 912-1760
Dubacano Export Import Inc 2950 South Mooney Blvd Suite I Visalia CA 93277 (559) 622-0178
Duda Farm Fresh Foods Inc PO Box 2386 Salinas CA 93902 (831) 424-8992
Dulceria Y Fuiteria Alaniz 4221 58th Street San Diego CA 92115 (619) 408-5724
Dulcinea Farms LLC 111 Corporated Drive Suite 200 Ladera Ranch CA 92694 (949) 429-1200
Dynamic Food Group Inc PO Box 7507 Spreckels CA 93962 (831) 455-0707
E & T Produce Wholesale LLC 4203 Baldwin Avenue El Monte CA 91732 (626) 582-8340
E Chow Company Inc 12145 Yearling Street Cerritos CA 90703 (562) 924-2771
E Cortez Corporation 365 Mehlschau Road Nipomo CA 93444 (805) 266-0103
E D Produce 1972 Manchester Road San Leandro CA 94578 (510) 481-7903
E Schaffner Packing Inc PO Box 678 El Centro CA 92244 (760) 353-3650
Earl White PO Box 1222 Perryville AR 72126 (501) 652-0799
Earl's Organic Produce 2101 Jerrold Avenue Suite 110 San Francisco CA 94124 (415) 824-7419
Earthquake Produce Inc PMB 436 101 First Street Los Altos CA 94022 (650) 588-9935
Ecli's Produce 3254 Gleason Avenue Los Angeles CA 90063 (323) 265-4263
Eco Farms Avocado Inc 28790 Las Haciendas Temecula CA 92590 (951) 676-4047
Ed Given Inc PO Box 1602 Salinas CA 93902 (831) 757-5117
Edulis Inc 131 Terminal Court #43 South San Francisco CA 94080 (650) 875-3838
El Camino Produce Inc PO Box 1730 Gilroy CA 95020 (408) 848-2733
El Centauro Produce Inc PO Box 278 Montebello CA 90640 (213) 489-1370
El Centro Produce LLC PO Box 70 La Habra CA 90633 (213) 689-7700
El Cocho Produce 800 McGarry Avenue Unit 1.1.3 Los Angeles CA 90021 (213) 612-0116
El Primo Produce PO Box 968 Watsonville CA 95077 (831) 722-5297
El Realito Produce 1618 North Vine Street Santa Maria CA 93454 (805) 434-7452
El Valle Produce 530 Walker Street Watsonville CA 95016 (831) 728-7781
Elisabeth O'Boyle PO Box 658 Vallejo CA 94590 (707) 644-4211
Elsa's Produce "Mangos Bajitos" 1788 Del Rio Drive Stockton CA 95204 (209) 507-6920
Emmanuel John Katakis 164 Silberhorn Drive Folsom CA 95630 (408) 209-9100
Enerida Jacobo 6127 16th Street Rio Linda CA 95673 (209) 465-4521
Enrique Produce 1225 West 166th Street #209 Gardena CA 90247 (310) 538-5256
Enrique Verjan 932 South Ford Blvd Los Angeles CA 90022 (323) 267-0437
Ensenada Meat Market 614 Amigos Road Ramona CA 92065 (760) 522-4562
ERC Produce 6904 Miles Avenue #25 Huntington Park CA 90255 (323) 218-4887
Ervey Produce Inc 1065 Bay Blvd Chula Vista CA 91911 (619) 585-1348
Esequiel & Maria Gonzalez 239 North Holly Woodlake CA 93286 (559) 564-8584
Estrella Bros Fruit & Vegetable Co 1425 30th Street San Diego CA 92154 (619) 575-6404
ETR Merchandise Co 734 South Alameda Street Bdlg A Los Angeles CA 90021 (213) 489-4989
Eureka Specialties Inc PO Box 80817 Rancho Sta Margarita CA 92688 (213) 488-6470
Evans Sales Inc PO Box 2738 Visalia CA 93279 (559) 738-8783
Everfresh Inc 5741 Buckingham Parkway Unit D Culver City CA 90230 (310) 619-6688
Evolution Fresh Inc 1055 Cooley Avenue San Bernardino CA 92408 (909) 478-0895
Exodus International LLC PO Box 3348 Paso Robles CA 93447 (805) 835-5555
EXSPAN International Inc 17555 Ventura Blvd Suite 203 Encino CA 91316 (818) 981-6600
F & J Produce PO Box 11209 Earlimart CA 93219 (661) 428-1226
F & N Best Produce LLC 1005 S 5th Street #17 San Jose CA 95112 (520) 285-9253
F & R Produce LLC 1201 South Roxbury Drive Suite 108 Los Angeles CA 90035 (818) 783-5640
F Colavita & Son 9124 Nassano Drive Stockton CA 95212 (209) 601-6307
Fair Haven Distributing LLC PO Box 2525 Santa Rosa CA 95405 (707) 523-1500
Family Tree Farms Marketing LLC PO Box 396 Dinuba CA 93618 (559) 591-6280
Family Tree Produce Inc 5510 East La Palma Avenue Anaheim CA 92807 (714) 696-3039
Farm and Trade Inc 9287 Midway Suite 2B Durham CA 95938 (530) 345-4140
Farmer Buddies Inc PO Box 877 Apple Valley CA 92307 (714) 884-9447
Farmer John Egg Enterprises Inc 5110 East Panama Lane Bakersfield CA 93307 (661) 845-9441
Farmers Produce Corporation 423 2nd Street Oakland CA 94607 (510) 444-6305
Farmington Fresh Sales LLC PO Box 30667 Stockton CA 95213 (209) 926-3500
Farmland Imports Inc 1168 East 5th Street Los Angeles CA 90013 (213) 621-2929
Feliciano Nava 1832 Avenida San Seastian Perris CA 92571 (909) 436-6586
Felipe Torres Urvina 735 South Almaden Avenue San Jose CA 95110 (408) 561-1372
Felix Costa & Sons 13160 North West Lane Lodi CA 95240 (209) 334-1421
Fernbridge Fruitstand PO Box 35 Fields Landing CA 95537 (707) 786-9181
Ferrari Farms Inc 17071 East Baker Road Linden CA 95236 (209) 887-3603
Ferreria Produce LLC 6518 Eden Avenue Winton CA 95388 (209) 658-9151
Field Fresh Foods PO Box 3877 Gardena CA 90247 (310) 719-8422
Fields Family Farms 9430 Lubell Lane Acampo CA 95220 (209) 570-1240
Fiesta Fruit Inc 507 West School Avenue Visalia CA 93291 (559) 740-0631
Figmal Investments Inc 6203 Gage Avenue Bell Gardens CA 90201 (626) 638-2519
First Class Fruit & Vegetable Dist PO Box 25371 Fresno CA 93720 (559) 434-2833
Five Diamond Cold Storage Inc 14250 County Line Road Delano CA 93215 (661) 344-6321
Flavor Tree Fruit Company LLC - The 15650 Excelsior Avenue Hanford CA 93230 (559) 584-8888
Florance Distributing Co Inc 4555 Pacific Blvd Vernon CA 90058 (323) 585-1172
Florencio and Alicia Arroyo 3322 Gopher Canyon Road Vista CA 92084 (760) 594-6303
Flores Produce 3021 Inez Street Los Angeles CA 90023 (323) 263-4004
Floyd William Sherron Jr 2343 Via Madero Oroville CA 95966 (530) 370-3726
Food Connect Inc 544 Stanford Avenue Los Angeles CA 90013 (213) 622-6386
Forrest Transportation Service Inc 3330 South Fairway Visalia CA 93277 (559) 622-1870
Foster Poultry Farms 900 West Belgravia Avenue Fresno CA 93706 (209) 394-7901
Fowler Packing Co Inc 8570 South Cedar Avenue Fresno CA 93725 (559) 834-5911
Francisco & Maria Loza 4761 Mariposa Way Merced CA 95340 (209) 535-0915
Francisco Nunez Sanchez 22633 Road 130 Tulare CA 93274 (559) 685-1018
Francisco Ramirez 331 S. C Street Tulare CA 93274 (559) 687-9562
Francisco Sanchez 6609 Avenue 416 Dinuba CA 93618 (559) 741-5800
Frank A Devine PO Box 10459 Salinas CA 93912 (831) 240-1525
Franzella Produce Inc PO Box 2285 So San Francisco CA 94083 (650) 588-0760
Fred Podesta Farms 8000 North Podesta Lane Linden CA 95236 (209) 887-3701
Freeman's 3180 Taylor Road Loomis CA 95650 (916) 652-6544
Fresh Connection - The 914 Dewing Avenue Lafayette CA 94549 (925) 253-9939
Fresh Cut Inc PO Box 1267 Fullerton CA 92836 (714) 871-2558
Fresh Express Incorporated 550 South Caldwell St Attn D Sherri Charlotte NC 28202 (980) 636-5155
Fresh Express Produce Inc PO Box 2125 Anaheim CA 92814 (213) 489-0960
Fresh Farms Fruits & Veggies Inc 1256 Cosima Lane Santa Maria CA 93455 (805) 878-3635
Fresh Green Inc 1970 Jerrold Avenue San Francisco CA 94124 (415) 826-1697
Fresh Is Best 4313 Chevy Chase Drive La Canada CA 91011 (818) 952-8044
Fresh Link Produce Services 1874 East Washington Avenue Reedley CA 93654 (559) 897-3851
Fresh Network LLC 19040 Portola Drive Salinas CA 93908 (831) 775-3391
Fresh Pacific Fruit/Vegetable Inc 7650 North Palm Avenue Suite 103 Fresno CA 93711 (559) 432-3500
Fresh Packing Corporation PO Box 3009 Alhambra CA 91803 (213) 612-0136
Fresh Pic Inc 746 South Central Avenue Unit #1 Los Angeles CA 90021 (213) 623-4270
Fresh Point Central California Inc 5900 North Golden State Blvd Turlock CA 95382 (209) 216-0221
Fresh Produce 1233 Janes Way Colton CA 92324 (909) 519-7292
Fresh Produce 327 West Riverdale Drive #11 Glendale CA 91204 (818) 296-5091
Fresh Produce 7941 Diamond Rock Drive Antelope CA 95843 (916) 534-5288
Fresh Produce Partners LLC 24560 Silver Cloud Court Suite 104 Monterey CA 93940 (831) 751-6700
Freshko Produce Services Inc PO Box 11097 Fresno CA 93771 (559) 497-7000
Freshnet Produce Inc PO Box 636 Brisbane CA 94005 (510) 251-8181
Freshpoint San Francisco Inc 30340 Whipple Road Union City CA 94587 (510) 476-4511
FreshPoint Southern California Inc 155 North Orange Avenue City of Industry CA 91744 (626) 855-1400
Freska Produce International LLC 511 Montain View Avenue Oxnard CA 93030 (805) 650-1040
Fresno Produce Inc PO Box 12204 Fresno CA 93776 (559) 495-0143
Frog's Leap Winery PO Box 189 Rutherford CA 94573 (707) 968-4704
Fruit Distributing Corporation 5270 East Washington Blvd Commerce CA 90040 (323) 780-1000
Fruit Guys LLC - The 405 Victory Road Suite D South San Francisco CA 94080 (650) 246-1200
Fruit Patch Sales LLC 38773 Road 48 Dinuba CA 93618 (559) 591-6140
Fruit Pros LLC PO Box 210576 Chula Vista CA 91921 (619) 397-5600
Fruit Smart Marketing Inc PO Box 710100 Santee CA 92072 (619) 562-5010
Fruition Sales PO Box 546 Reedley CA 93654 (559) 626-7917
Fruta Arce 3349 Harses Hoe Drive Sacramento CA 95821 (916) 603-2912
Fue Thao 130 South Lind Avenue Fresno CA 93727 (559) 449-1535
Fuentes Produce Corp 746 Central Court B2 Los Angeles CA 90021 (213) 629-5365
Full Belly Farm PO Box 251 Guinda CA 95637 (530) 796-2214
G & G Produce 5015 Geary Blvd San Francisco CA 94118 (415) 387-5673
G & G Provisions Inc 1815 Main Street San Diego CA 92113 (619) 666-0555
G & K Distributing Inc 13260 Daum Drive City of Industry CA 91746 (626) 336-3332
G & N Produce PO Box 29082 Oakland CA 94604 (510) 451-1330
G & S Fresh Inc 2705 5th Street #1 Sacramento CA 95818 (916) 441-7323
G T Produce Inc 2630 5th Street Sacramento CA 95818 (916) 448-4412
G4L Produce 701 Southgate Drive Bakersfield CA 93307 (619) 454-5723
Gaarde Foodsource and Service Inc 5108 East Clinton Way Suite 131 Fresno CA 93727 (559) 439-4152
Gabriel Garcia 16439 Athol Street Fontana CA 92335 (323) 559-5324
Gabriel Nunez 1151 East 43rd Street Los Angeles CA 90011 (323) 234-4072
Galli Produce Inc PO Box 612620 San Jose CA 95161 (408) 436-6100
Garcia Greens PO Box 483 Tracy CA 95378 (209) 839-8235
Garcia Produce 7119 San Mateo Street Paramount CA 90723 (562) 448-4272
Garcia Produce 1995 Henderson Lane Oceano CA 93445 (805) 440-2906
Garcia Produce 575 Euclid Avenue Duarte CA 91010 (626) 260-4409
Gary & Sons PO Box 4530 Auburn CA 95604 (916) 625-4790
Gary A Hardisty 9230 Allan Road Fallon NV 89406 (707) 481-7419
Gary Romano 1329 County Road A23 Beckwourth CA 96129 (530) 832-0114
Gavo Inc 1131 East 10th Street Los Angeles CA 90021 (213) 688-4989
Gee Agri Transport Inc 7317 South George Washington Blvd Yuba City CA 95993 (530) 682-1182
Geller International Inc 1799 Old Bayshore Hwy #100 Burlingame CA 97010 (650) 692-6488
Gelson's Markets PO Box 512256 ATTN: Controller Los Angeles CA 90051 (310) 638-2842
George Mantzoros 123 South G Street San Bernardino CA 92410 (909) 889-7310
George Skikos Produce 2539 Cactus Avenue Santa Rosa CA 95405 (707) 576-7606
Gerawan Farming Inc 7108 N Fresno Street Suite 450 Fresno CA 93720 (559) 706-6123
Gerawan Farming Partners Inc 7108 North Fresno Street Suite 450 Fresno CA 93720 (559) 787-8780
Get Fresh Distributors 2 7614 Cedarcliff Avenue Whittier CA 90606 (213) 622-1476
Giana of California Inc PO Box 1059 Watsonville CA 95077 (831) 663-9770
Gibson Wine Company 1720 Academy Avenue Sanger CA 93657 (559) 875-2505
Gilbert Peraza 21915 South Juan Avenue Hawaiian Gardens CA 90716 (562) 429-5587
Gilberto Frias 2056 Ellis Street Modesto CA 95354 (209) 589-6003
Giscal Limited USA 645 West 9th Street Room 443 Los Angeles CA 90015 (213) 488-0344
Giumarra Bros Fruit Co Inc PO Box 861449 Los Angeles CA 90086 (213) 627-2900
Global Best Produce Inc 4265 Charter Street Vernon CA 90058 (323) 780-8898
Global Fresh Inc PO Box 58352 Vernon CA 90058 (213) 670-0000
Gloria J Bermudez Produce 1851 Flickinger Avenue San Jose CA 95131 (408) 648-3165
Gold Star Foods Inc 3781 East Airport Drive Ontario CA 91761 (909) 846-9600
Gold Valley Produce Inc PO Box 1427 Visalia CA 93279 (559) 738-1042
Goldberry Distributors Inc 1693 Sabre Street Hayward CA 94545 (510) 300-1588
Golden Bear Produce Corp 315 Franklin Street Oakland CA 94607 (510) 644-9985
Golden Fruit Company LLC 6700 Gateway Park Suite 3 San Diego CA 92154 (619) 846-1199
Golden Pacific Fruit Sales Inc 7960 7th Street Downey CA 90241 (213) 623-5656
Golden Rule Produce Inc 195 San Pedro Road Suite D Morgan Hill CA 95037 (408) 591-9381
Golden Valley Produce 611 Cone Avenue Merced CA 95340 (209) 489-5249
Gong & Kong Trading Co Inc 1275 South Main Street Salinas CA 93901 (831) 422-3961
Gonzalez Brothers PO Box 565 Orosi CA 93647 (559) 312-7859
Gonzalez Produce 67 Pala Avenue San Jose CA 95127 (408) 757-9544
Gonzalez Produce 553 East Poplar Street Oxnard CA 93033 (805) 947-6764
Gonzalez Produce 2219 Catalpa Way Hayward CA 94544 (510) 815-3248
Gonzalez Produce 1332 Alma Avenue Salinas CA 93905 (831) 710-3086
Good Life Organics Inc 18653 Ventura Blvd #187 Tarzana CA 91356 (818) 614-8131
Goodfellows USA Inc 361 Van Ness Way #301 Torrance CA 90501 (310) 320-6144
Granada Marketing Inc PO Box 518 Newman CA 95360 (209) 862-2872
Grant J Hunt Company PO Box 23545 Oakland CA 94623 (510) 569-0304
Grapes and Fruits For Less 7102 Sierra Rim Drive Bakersfield CA 93313 (661) 808-8245
Great West Produce Inc 2600 South Eastern Avenue Commerce CA 90040 (323) 869-0200
Green Barn Distributing LLC 10444 Brooktree Terrace San Diego CA 92131 (858) 578-0171
Green Day Produce Inc 1336 S Gladys Avenue San Gabriel CA 91776 (213) 327-5253
Green Farms Inc 1661 McGarry Street Los Angeles CA 90021 (213) 747-4411
Green Thumb Produce Inc PO Box 1357 Banning CA 92220 (909) 261-4355
Green Tree International Inc PO Box 2503 Visalia CA 93279 (559) 635-4900
Green Zone International Inc 20 Corporate Park Suite 115 Irvine CA 92606 (714) 724-2580
Greene and Hemly Inc 11275 State Hwy 160 Courtland CA 95615 (916) 775-1379
Greenfield Fresh 2910 Camino Diablo Suite 100 Walnut Creek CA 94597 (925) 786-5839
Greengate International Inc 3200 Greengate Drive Modesto CA 95355 (209) 522-2323
Greenpoint Nursery 275 Olive Avenue Novato CA 94945 (415) 892-2442
Grower Direct Marketing LLC 2097 Beyer Lane Stockton CA 95215 (209) 931-7900
Growers Ranch Inc 2016 Newport Blvd Costa Mesa CA 92627 (949) 646-5718
Guerra Marketing International Inc PO Box 3122 Modesto CA 95351 (209) 544-2009
Guillermos Produce 2033 Flintcrest Court San Jose CA 95148 (408) 238-5794
H A Rider & Sons 2482 Freedom Blvd Watsonville CA 95076 (831) 722-3882
H Mart Logistics Inc 11966 Washington Blvd Whittier CA 90606 (562) 698-5500
Hacienda Produce Company PO Box 8443 San Jose CA 95155 (650) 906-8682
Haitai Inc 7227 Telegraph Road Montebello CA 90640 (323) 724-7337
Hakusho USA Inc 130 South Myers Street Los Angeles CA 90033 (323) 266-2333
Han's Produce 20 Brookstone Irvine CA 92604 (213) 216-3703
Harold Carwford Co Inc PO Box 13578 Bakersfield CA 93389 (661) 327-1419
Haro's Food Service Inc 1601 Pacific Avenue Suite 202 Oxnard CA 93033 (805) 487-6764
Harry & David Operations Inc 2500 S Pacific Hwy Attn:E McDonald Medford OR 97501 (541) 864-2213
Harvest Central Incorporated PO Box 27974 Fresno CA 93704 (559) 438-2920
Harvest Fresh International Inc PO Box 20914 Bakersfield CA 93390 (661) 664-1400
Harvest Produce 2839 South Forrester Drive Los Angeles CA 90064 (310) 666-5350
Harvest Sensations LLC 24560 Silver Cloud Court Monterey CA 93940 (831) 658-1920
HC Produce LLC 8774 Approach Road San Diego CA 92154 (619) 661-9800
Health*America Fresh Foods Inc 820 Park Row #587 Salinas CA 93901 (831) 759-0706
Healthy Veggies Farm 3921 Ripley Street Sacramento CA 95838 (916) 287-5076
Heartland Meat Co Inc 3461 Main Street Chula Vista CA 91911 (619) 407-3668
Heath & Lejeune Inc PO Box 23370 Los Angeles CA 90023 (213) 489-2212
Hector Marquez 1085 North Page Lindsay CA 93247 (559) 333-1422
Hector Ochoa 904 West Hwy 98 Calexico CA 92231 (760) 357-6717
Heliodoro Produce 1410 Garden Avenue Modesto CA 95351 (209) 579-7371
Heritage Produce Sales Inc 1015 12th Avenue Delano CA 93215 (661) 725-7091
Hermanos Perez 2000 East Olympic Blvd Los Angeles CA 90021 (213) 623-6985
Hernandez Produce 702 Cannon Avenue Bakersfield CA 93307 (661) 717-6426
Hernandez Produce 404 East Laurel Street Oxnard CA 93033 (805) 415-8359
Highland Produce Company 1172 North Holly Street Anaheim CA 92801 (714) 535-1112
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ISO literary fiction, historical non-fiction and historical fiction (but not historical romance), true crime, non-fiction, academic non-fiction (not textbooks). Open to offers.
The books I have to offer are Book of the Month hardcovers and in very good condition. They will have the BOTM logo.
Woman of Light by Kali Fajardo-Anstine
The Many Daughters of Afong Moy by Jamie Ford
The Hacienda by Isabel Cañas
Kaikeyi by Vaishnavi Patel
Sign Here by Claudia Lux
Killers of a Certain Age by Deanna Raybourn
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2022.11.26 04:57 multimain Somewhat Complete List of all Montagne Parfums
Montagne seems to enjoy making their clones hard to find. I have compiled a list of all of their fragrances for those who cannot join their Facebook group. This is unofficial and could be wrong. Anything left blank or with a question mark is unknown/my best guess.
Pineapple Royale- Aventus
La Ciel de Nuit- Dior Sauvage
L’Epice De Mer- Creed Viking
Vanille Fraiche- Parfums de Marly Layton
Pineapple Bonbon- Aventus + Baccarat rouge
Irish Verbena- Creed Irish Tweed
Cubicle for Men- Office for men
Elysian Zest- Roja Elysium Parfum
Tobacco Noir- Parfums de Marly Herod
Pineapple Frais- Aventus Take
Elysian Cologne- Roja Elysium (probably same for the other elysians)
Spirit of Peace- Creed Aventus
Oud Bois- Oud Wood
Pineapple Intense- 2016 aventus
Enigmatic Speciale- Roja Parfums enigma parfum pour homme
Enigmatic Exclusif- Enigmatic Exclusif
Tobacco Noir Intense- herod
Tygr- Bvlgari Tygar
Pink Rose- PDM delina
Pomme pour elle- Aventus for her
Eau Rose- Le Labo Rose 31
Moi?- Glossier You
Aoud Bouquet- Lancome oud bouquest
Parfum de cerise- Lost Cherry Clone
Eau Santal - Santal 33
Le Bonbon- MFK Baccarat Rouge 540 EDP
Ambre Musc- YSL Tuxedo
Eau de Montagne- Creed SMW - high naturals
Malay aklan- Millesime Imperial - high naturals
Buko- Creed VIW
Maison de soir- MM By the fireplace
Brooklyn Jazz- MM Jazz Club
Azonto- Bal d’afrique
Mystic Oud- Oud for Greatness
Arctic palace- Memo Winter Palace
Eau Bergamote- LE LABO Bergamote 22
Hacienda - Nishane Hacivat
Wild Leather Memo African Leather
Gustavo Ormonde Jayne Montabaco
Sicilian Tobacco XERJOFF NAXOS
Phantom Noir- Kilian Black Phantom
Promise Exclusif- FREDERIC MALLE PROMISE
Rich Bois XERJOFF RICHWOOD
Cannoli Xerjoff Italica
Alexander II- Alexander II Xerjoff
Vanille Absolute- Nishane Ani
Cognac d’ange- Kilian Angels' Share
Apple Cognac- Kilian Apple Brandy
Noir Oud- Fragrance du Bois Oud Noir Intense
Orange Oud- Fragrance du Bois Oud Orange Intense
Oud Verde- Fragrance du Bois Oud Vert Intense
Rich Santal- Fragrance du Bois Santal Complet
Violet Oud- Fragrance du Bois Oud Violet Intense
Bleu Oud- Fragrance du Bois Oud Bleu Intense
Oud Ambre Absolu- Roja Parfums Amber Aoud Absolué Precieux
Sweet oud - Roja Parfums Sweetie Aoud
La Vela - Tiziana Terenzi Orza
Feu Rouge- BDK Parfums Rouge Smoking
Novillo Leather - BDK Parfums Creme de cuir
Le BonBon intense - BFK Baccarat rouge 450 Extrait?
Manhattan Booze- ROJA DOVE MANHATTAN
Smoked ebony- Tom Ford Ébène Fumé
Another 14- LE LABO Another 13
Citrus Water- XERJOFF MEFISTO
Galilean - Ormonde Jayne Montabaco.
Aqua Forte -
Tabac Vanille- TF Tobacco Vanille?
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2022.11.19 03:45 meringued Finished! Second half of the challenge (27 to 52)
2022.09.29 20:53 dhooke My Top 75 Courses (Full list)
The full list of my Top 75 Courses in Pga2k21. Old and new courses included. Only the best version (imo) of a course appears in the list.
Fictional courses marked with an asterisk.
For comments on courses 1-40 see here: https://www.reddit.com/pga2k21/comments/xq82ek/my_top_75_courses_21_40
The Top 75
1 Far Water* by Wes Hamilton (jwtexan)
2 Tantallon Castle* by Wes Hamilton
3 Aurora Borealis, Norway* by Eskil Walnum (walneski)
4 The Ramparts at Harp Head* by Ryan McConnell
5 Yeti Creek CC - Black* by David Dix
6 Greens at Lakeland* by Nathaniel Gibson (natedoggZHS123)
7 North Berwick West [L] by David Strath, Old Tom Morris, Ben Sayers, C. K. Hutchison. Digital version: Alex Bruce
8 National Golf Links of America (L) by Charles B. MacDonald. Digital version: Elliott Erwitt
9 Avery* by Andre Quenneville (CrazyCanuck1985)
10 Strathlorne* by Ben Page (b101)
11 Thracian Cliffs Final v by Gary Player. Digital version: padmac123
12 The OC, Fife (Lidar) 150th by many. Digital version: Craig Fraser
13 Real Club De Mallorca* by Rohan Swanepoel
14 Merion East (Tour) by Hugh Wilson, Gil Hanse. Digital version: Craig LeVasseur
15 Whiskey Dunes - Tour* by Wes Hamilton
16 A Tradition Like No Other by Bobby Jones, Alister Mackenzie. Digital version: Craig LeVasseur
17 Leyland Bay* by Christian Elsesser
18 Hillyard Park* by Nick Alsen
19 Suzaku* by Christian Elsesser
20 Blacksands - Barracuda* by David Sherrin
21 Cliffs of Verdun* by Scott Baluva
22 Los Pollos Hermanos* by Gareth Irvine (heisenberg)
23 Geiranger* by Sindre Revelsby (sindrerev)
24 The Executives* by Caleb Randolph
25 Royal County Down by Old Tom Morris, George Combe, Harry Vardon, Harry Colt. Digital version: JayJohnson7
26 GC Champs Lumineux* by Christian Elsesser
27 Greenstone River* by Ben Page (b101)
28 Castle Stuart (lidar) by Gil Hanse. Digital version: Craig Fraser
29 Bungalow Beach* by Wes Hamilton
30 US Open 119th by Jack Neville. Digital version: Brandon Pugh (friendBOMBER)
31 Dannebrog Delta* by Eskil Walnum
32 Butter's Bay* by Andre Quenneville, Frankie Borelli
33 Shakopee Creek* by Gareth Irvine
34 St Cyrus* by Dan Griffith (PithyDoctorG)
35 Maurelle Point* by Ben Page (b101)
36 Seminole Golf Club by Donald Ross. Digital version: Brian Petty?
37 The Flamingo (TGCT)* by Jeremy Mayo, Victor Lane
38 Shinnecock Hills USGA by Willie Dunn, Willie Davis, CB Mcdonald, Seth Raynor, Howard Toomey, William Flynn. Digital version: Patrick Oberlees (pobee10)
39 Cypress Point Club by Alister Mackenzie. Digital version: Brian Pettyv
40 Amaryllis Club, Barbados* by Adam Benjamin (articfury)
41 Ayrshire Gailes* by Kenneth Cavana (icyken)
42 Chuysky Trakt* by Quinlan Roche (Q)
43 Bandon Dunes 2019 Lidar by David McLay Kidd. Digital version: Mike Ricks
44 PGA Catalunya Stadium by Angel Gallardo, Neil Coles, David Williams. Digital version: ?
45 Merced* by Jeremy Mayo
46 Port Melbourne* by Rohan Swanepoel
47 Cape Canary* by Sindre Revelsby
48 Old Faroe Dunes* by Sindre Revelsby
49 Real Club Valderrama AM by Robert Trent Jones . Digital version: Martyn Shaw
50 Sky Peaks Resort, Canada* by Adam Benjamin
51 Barnbougle Dunes by Tom Doak, Mike Clayton. Digital version: Matthew Jacques
52 Teeth of Casa De Campo by Pete Dye. Digital version: ?
53 Hogans Point* by Leslie Sangster
54 Longclaw Point* by Jaron Pauls
55 Crimson Island* by Doug Loucks (SluggieLoucks)
56 El Montcau Catalunya* by Allan Eastwood (allanwe54)
57 The Earl Ford (Tour)* by Doug Loucks
58 Grand Lakuna* by David Gee
59 Devon Lakes* by Victor Lane
60 Umpqua National* by Eric Perego
61 Stoke Park Country Club (L) by Harry Colt. Digital version: Pat Knightley
62 Oakmont CC (Tour) by Henry and William Fownes. Digital version: ?
63 Malvern Hills Golf Club* by Victor Lane
64 Whiskey Run* by Ben Page
65 Meltham & District* by Lou Webster
66 Sanford Trails* by Rohan Swanepoel
67 Ryland Heath* by Scott Melby (scottish67)
68 Oldstones* by Brian Petty
69 Dakota Downs* by Rich Brinster
70 Santa Ynez Valley Club* by Dan Griffith
71 St Enodoc GC, Cornwall (L) by James Braid, Tom Simpson. Digital version: Pat Knightley
72 Pine Valley NJ G&C by George Crump, Harry Colt . Digital version: ?
73 Lost Preserve* by Jamie McPherson (golfwolfuk)
74 Carnoustie, 2021 Tour by James Braid. Digital version: ?
75 The Garden of Eden* by Aron Spencer (Aron7)
(where some of these are outside my top 120, even) of some more excellent courses: Drinkwater Basin, Ardcraig
, Aristida Dunes, Camargo Club (L), New South Wales GC - Lidar, LIDO, Ash Meadows Black
, Winged Foot (West), Ballyhoo Park, Golf Club Flamingos
, Fish Lodge Retreat, Carbondale Mining Company
, Yoho River, Hoi An Beach Club
, Hacienda Del Roque, Matera
, Ballybunion, Ruins Ravine, Cruden Bay, Old Ailm
, Golden Fiddle, South Yarra
See also those already mentioned here: https://www.reddit.com/pga2k21/comments/x21kz4/22_courses_under_the_rada
Thanks for reading. I hope this post is useful.
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2022.08.05 23:37 boutell New US CHADeMO chargers report for July 2022
Here are all of the new US CHADeMO stations that rolled out in July 2022, according to the Department of Energy.
If you'd like to know about new chargers along your routes right away, I've set up a service that provides email notifications. You can sign up at evpov.com
, a free service I launched last week to help EV owners like myself (especially my fellow Leaf owners). You can pick other plug types as well.
Hope you find it useful!
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DC CORRIDOR FAIRFIELD DC1 2061 Cadenasso Dr Fairfield, CA 94533
Healdsburg 33 Healdsburg Ave Healdsburg, CA 95448
Raley's 6119 Horseshoe Bar Rd Loomis, CA 95650
ENCINO MBE CPE1 16721 Ventura Blvd Los Angeles, CA 91436
Chevron 32685 Avenue 7 Madera, CA 93637
META MPK29-19 FC 220 Jefferson Dr Menlo Park, CA 94025
ARCO 810 S Coffee St Merced, CA 95341
NVTA JACKSON DC2 1943 Soscol Ave Napa, CA 94559
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City of Pacific Grove 223 16th St Pacific Grove, CA 93950
Del Mar Garage EV 202 S Raymond Ave Pasadena, CA 91105
Porterville Transit Center 61 W Oak Ave Porterville, CA 93257
Rio Sands Lodge 205 CA-12 Rio Vista, CA 94571
Sheraton Mission Valley San Diego 1435 Camino Del Rio S San Diego, CA 92108
Western States Oil 1790 S 10th St San Jose, CA 95112
Lot 27 1334 5th Street Santa Monica, CA 90401
Inventrust Stevenson Ranch Plaza (Stevenson Ranch, 24909 Pico Canyon Rd Stevenson Ranch, CA 91381
Cilker 11 Moffett Park LP (Sunnyvale, CA) 335 Moffett Park Dr Sunnyvale, CA 94089
Westfield Valencia Town Center (Valencia, CA) 24201 Valencia Blvd Valencia, CA 91355
Pacifica Hacienda Center (Vista, CA) 2010 Hacienda Dr Vista, CA 92081
Watsonville Cadillac Buick GMC 500 Auto Center Dr Watsonville, CA 95076
Inventrust Bear Creek Village Center (Wildomar, CA Clinton Keith Rd & I-15 Wildomar, CA 92595
King Soopers Aurora #52 15109 E Colfax Ave Aurora, CO 80011
QT CHARGERS STATION 2 9111 E 40th Ave Denver, CO 80238
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Stapp Interstate Toyota 8019 Raspberry Way Frederick, CO 80504
ECG MSC DC 1 3299 Cooley Mesa Rd Gypsum, CO 81637
Peak Kia 5077 S Wadsworth Blvd Littleton, CO 80123
HION OURAY DC1 1230 Main St Ouray, CO 81432
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Conoco 100 Society Dr Telluride, CO 81435
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Cagans Crossing Library DCFC 2 16729 Cagan Oaks Clermont, FL 34714
Plaza Del Sol 3831 W Vine St Kissimmee, FL 34741
7-Eleven Mobil - DCFC 1400 E Osceola Pkwy Kissimmee, FL 34744
FASTPARK DC CHARGER ATL Fast Park & Relax Airport Parking 251 Charles Atlanta, GA 30354
HYUNDAI MACON CUSTOMER 3010 Riverside Dr Macon, GA 31210
South Point Shopping Center 1380 Highway 20 W McDonough, GA 30253
Riverdale Crossing 7523 Highway 85 # 7587 Riverdale, GA 30274
Piilani Village Shopping Cente 225 Piikea Avenue Kihei, HI 96753
Mililani Town Center 95-1249 Meheula Pkwy Mililani, HI 96789
LeMars Kwikstar 321 5th Avenue LeMars, IA 51031
Whole Foods Sauganash (CIC) 6020 N Cicero Ave Chicago, IL 60646
STER HYUN-GEN GEN E250-BACK 6606 Johnston Street Lafayette, LA 70503
Transportation Way - Boston MA 45 Transportation Way Boston, MA 02128
Greenfield RMV Service Center 18 Miner St Greenfield, MA 01301
CICHY'S GARAGE CICHY’S GARAGE 5 Main St Williamsburg, MA 01096
Wawa Beltsville #0593 10515 Baltimore Ave Beltsville, MD 20705
BP - Ballantyne Express 9935 Ballantyne Commons Pkwy Charlotte, NC 28277
Woodcroft Shopping Center 4711 Hope Valley Rd Durham, NC 27707
Kerry's Grocery 101 Mill St N Dannebrog, NE 68831
TD HYUNDAI WEST DETAIL 3312 W Stolley Park Rd Grand Island, NE 68803
TD HYUNDAI EAST DETAIL 3312 W Stolley Park Rd Grand Island, NE 68803
81 EXPRESS EAST ONE 1375 Dove Rd Hebron, NE 68370
81 EXPRESS MIDDLE ONE 1375 Dove Rd Hebron, NE 68370
Farley Travel Plaza Mile 20 Atlantic City Expressway Hammonton, NJ 08037
BP 3117 Nesconset Highway Centereach, NY 11720
BURDICK BMW ABB 3021-190 5947 Cir Dr E Cicero, NY 13039
EVolve NY Commack 656 Commack Rd Commack, NY 11725
Court Square Municipal Parking Garage 45 Court Square Long Island, NY 11101
Delancey & Essex Municipal Parking Garage 107 Essx St New York, NY 10002
TRADITION CBG TRADITION CHVY1 808 W Union St Newark, NY 14513
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Target Pittsburgh 6231 Penn Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15206
McCandless Crossing 9150 Covenant Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15237
O'NEIL BUICK EV OBGMW GW1 869 W Street Rd Warminster, PA 18974
North Providence Marketplace 9 - 41 Smithfield Road N Providence, RI 02904
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Murphy Marketplace 299 E FARM TO MARKET ROAD 544 MURPHY TX 75094299 E FARM TO MARKET ROAD 544 Murphy, TX 75094
Safeway Herndon #1689 413 Elden St Herndon, VA 20170
LVF HIGH SPEED LVF 1 75 Log Yard Dr Hardwick, VT 05843
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TWIN STATE FORD #1 8 Memorial Dr Saint Johnsbury, VT 05819
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Fred Meyer Bellevue #23 2041 148th Ave NE Bellevue, WA 98007
Haggen's Bellingham #3449 210 36th St Bellingham, WA 98225
SNOPUD POWERED MUEVE3105 #2 2320 California St Everett, WA 98201
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Speck Buick GMC of Tri-Cities 9610 Sandifur Pkwy Pasco, WA 99301
Rosalia Visitor Center 607 S Whitman Ave Rosalia, WA 99170
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2022.05.29 06:47 no_es_seguro_hablar Duda sobre SUV
¿Que onda banda? Buenas noches.
Quiero pedir su sabía consejería. Este año empecé con actividad empresarial, recién contraté un contador para que me regularice ante hacienda y me apoye en general con asesoría. En las primeras platicas me dijo, y cito, "urge que saques un coche a tu nombre para empezar con deducciones". A eso se le suma qué yo tenía por ahí ya la idea de comprar uno y tal pero no había claridad. Lo que me preocupa es que yo no sé que tan constante vaya a ser mi trabajo. Actualmente son buenos ingresos, he comprado cetes, criptos y quiero una franquicia, pero quería regularizarme antes de empezar a percibir ingresos de otra fuente. Mi proyecto actual, no sé cuánto vaya a durar y quería tomar algo más seguro como un negocio, aunque también me da miedo el narco y sus cobros de piso (vivo en Mty). Entonces, la duda General es ¿qué harían ustedes? ¿Seguirían la recomendación de un coche? ¿O lo ignorarían y tomarían un negocio? He estado viendo SUV e híbridos pero una escape por ejemplo, me parece una exageración en costos. Y por el poco tiempo en AE no entro en leasing, así que estoy optando por opciones más sencillas como suzuki o algo similar. También pensé en sacar una Courier, de la ford y ponerla a trabajar en paquetería pero no le sé bien, y si no sale, solo estaré pagando una camioneta qué no puedo usar ni de uso personal, por eso opto por una SUV y poner a trabajar un Figo 2019 qué tenemos.
¿Como ven el panorama?
No busco "decisiones", sino sus pensaré y experiencias.
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2022.04.16 19:24 SeiShonagon 235 Upcoming Books to Read for Bingo!
Folks, it is Bingo Time and I for one cannot wait! So much so that I went and scrounged up a list of books coming out in the next year that fit each of the categories for people that want to keep up with contemporary releases while doing Bingo. I did this last year
and the year before
and also the year before that
and people seemed to enjoy it!
A few notes: which books qualify for which squares are educated guesses on my part, based on publishing info, excerpts, and blurbs. Some of these categories might turn out to be incorrect, so do your own research if it's important to you that a book 100% fits a square! If there's an upcoming book you think would be a great fit, drop it in the comments! Hard mode books are indicated when I could, although sometimes it's hard to tell whether a book would qualify or not. Other squares the book might fit for are indicated in parentheses. And that's it! Hopefully you find something interesting!
- A Book from Fantasy's Top LGBTQIA List. HARD MODE: 10 or under votes.
- Weird Ecology. HARD MODE: Not written by Jeff VanderMeer or China Miéville.
- Two or More Authors. HARD MODE: Three or more authors.
- The Dead Take the A Train by Richard Kadrey & Cassandra Khaw (bipoc, urban)
- Three Kisses, One Midnight by Rokshani Chokshi, Sandhya Menon, & Evelyn Skye (HM) (no-ifs, bipoc)
- Uncommon Charm by Kat Weaver & Emily Bergslien (indie HM, no ifs)
- Dragonlance: Dragons of Deceit by Margaret Weis & Tracy Hickman
- Dance with the Devil (Mercenary Librarians #3) by Kit Rocha (urban)
- The Memory Librarian: And Other Stories of Dirty Computer by Various (HM) (bipoc, short stories)
- Someone in Time: Tales of Time Crossed Romance by Various (HM) (short stories, timey wimey)
- The Gathering Dark: An Anthology of Folk Horror by Various (HM) (short stories)
- Night, Rain, & Neon: All New Cyberpunk Stories by Various (HM) (short stories)
- Joker Moon (Wild Cards #29) by Various (HM) (urban, historical, short stories, no-ifs)
- Historical SFF. HARD MODE: Not based in Britain or Ireland.
- Set in Space. HARD MODE: Characters are not originally from Earth.
- Standalone. HARD MODE: Not on Fantasy’s Favorite Standalones List.
- Anti-Hero. HARD MODE: A YA book with an anti-hero.
- Book Club OR Readalong Book: Any past or active Fantasy book clubs count. (These haven't been chosen of course, but here are some suggestions!)
- Cool Weapon: magical weapon. HARD MODE: Weapon has a unique name. (I'm basing some of these off of magical weapons in previous installments. More might be hard mode; I just marked the ones I'm confident are!)
- Sagittarius Shoots the Moon by Monday Owusu (indie, bipoc)
- Spear by Nicola Griffith (historical, no-ifs)
- Bloodmarked (Legendborn #2) by Tracy Deonn (HM) (urban, bipoc, no-ifs)
- Soul Taken (Mercy Thompson #13) by Patricia Briggs (urban, no-ifs, shapeshifters)
- Greywaren (Dreamers #3) by Maggie Stiefvater (urban, no-ifs)
- Grandmaster of Demonic Cultivation, vol. 2 by Mo Xiang Tong Xiu (HM) (bipoc)
- The Scum Villain's Self Saving System, vol. 2 by Mo Xiang Tong Xiu (HM) (timey, bipoc)
- The Discord of Gods (Chorus of Dragons #5) by Jenn Lyons
- Ruby Fever (Hidden Legacy #6) by Ilona Andrews (2 authors, urban, no-ifs)
- The Shadow Casket (Ember Blade #2) by Chris Wooding
- Revolutions and Rebellions. HARD MODE: main focus of the plot.
- Name in the Title. HARD MODE: First and last name.
- Author Uses Initials. HARD MODE: Initials are a pseudonym.
- Published in 2022. HARD MODE: Debut. (Aka where I parked debuts and books I was excited for that didn't necessarily have a place in other categories!)
- Urban Fantasy. HARD MODE: Book has an LGBTQ+ POV character.
- Set in Africa. HARD MODE: Author is of African heritage.
- Non-Human Protagonist. HARD MODE: Non-humanoid protagonist.
- Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey: Any book that deals with time not behaving as it should. HARD MODE: No time travel.
- Five SFF Short Stories: Any short story as long as there are five of them. HARD MODE: Read an entire SFF anthology or collection.
- Features Mental Health: Story takes a strong interest in or explores themes like mental wellness and illness, self-care, and so on. HARD MODE: Not The Stormlight Archive or any books in the list.
- Self-Published OR Indie Publisher: Self-published or published through a small, indie publisher. HARD MODE: Self-published and has fewer than 100 ratings on Goodreads, OR an indie publisher that has done an AMA with Fantasy. (All of these are published by indie publishers that have done AMAs!)
- Award Finalist, But Not Won: skipping this since it doesn't apply to books that aren't out yet!
- BIPOC Author: Author must be Black, Indigenous or a Person of Color. HARD MODE: A book written by an Indigenous author.
- Shapeshifters: At least one character has the ability to change their physical form. HARD MODE: Most prominent shifter is not a wolf/dog shifter.
- No Ifs, Ands, or Buts: Title does not include the following words: the, a/an, and, or, if, of, but. HARD MODE: Title is three words or more.
- Family Matters: A book that features biological family ties. HARD MODE: Features at least three generations in a single family.
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2021.11.29 01:55 jbl74412 Los precios de los vehículos en PR están exagerados
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En PR tienen unos "markups" ridículos con los precios de los vehículos y un abuso con los dichosos arbitrios.
Tomemos de ejemplo la Ford Maverick XLT 2022 FWD (Exhibit 1). Ford USA pone el "starting price" en $22,280. Como vemos, es un precio relativamente económico para un segmento que no quiere super features ni nada especial. Un segmento que quiere una pick up barata para transportar cosas de manera esporádica. Exhibit 1
Cuando buscamos información de este vehículo en Hacienda, vemos que el precio aparece por $34,400 (Exhibit 2) y esto sin incluir el arbitrio estimado. Vemos que tiene un aumento de $12,120 ó un 54% de aumento del "starting price" de la Ford en USA.
¿Por qué? ¿De dónde viene ese "markup" tan grande? Traer un vehículo a PR no cuesta $12,000, tampoco puedes pretender sacar todo el "overhead cost" (margen de ganancia, etc.) del dealer cobrando $12,000.
El punto es, ¿A qué se atribuye esa diferencia tan marcada?
Si seguimos por el "rabbit hole" Ese vehículo con los arbitrios suma $38,940.80 asumiendo que el dealer no esta cobrando fees extra (Exhibit 3) Exhibit 2
Asumiendo que tienes un buen crédito y que financiaste a un "buen" APR (vamos a asumir 2.79% @ 72 meses por Penfed [https://www.penfed.org/auto/rates
]), estarías pagando $42,336 por una pick up que se supone que sea "barata".
Claro, esto también asumiendo que no hiciste un "trade in" o diste un pronto pero aún así son precios muy elevados.
End of rant
2021.05.08 01:23 WeaponizedBuns A highly advanced timeline of events for Sergio Leones classic spaghetti western The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
Here is an updated and expanded GBU timeline, incorporating further research into the state of the American Southwest, i.e., New Mexico Territory, the Gadsden Purchase, and Texas in the period just prior to the breakout of the American Civil War, and more details on Sibley's Brigade. The breakdown will begin with the Jackson-Bill Carson narrative, with some sidebars added, followed by a strict timeline for the purists.
(Background Info:) By the late 1840s, the tension in the United States between free and slave states was building to a boil. Each side in the controversy was fearful of the other getting an upper hand and the new territories in the West became pawns as to whether they would be free or slave. The South was interested in the territories seized from Mexico, the present Arizona, Utah and New Mexico and they believed also that a majority of the population of the southern portion of California was pro slavery. For a decade, Southerners promoting a southern Pacific railroad were particularly interested in New Mexico and they negotiated the Gadsden Purchase in 1853 (which at that time came to be known as Arizona, (more specifically, the southern area, Arizona didn't become a state until Feb 1912) solely with that in mind. New Mexico was key to Southern expansion and a port on the Pacific. Pro Southern sympathizers in the US Government proceeded to establish an almost "U" shaped overland communications and stagecoach route (The Butterfield Overland Stage Co.) from terminals in Missouri and Ft. Smith, Arkansas, swinging through Texas to El Paso and then utilizing a route through the recent Gadsden Purchase to Los Angeles then up to San Francisco rather than a more direct central route. The Mesilla Valley of the Rio Grande in New Mexico Territory formed the eastern extreme of that part of southern New Mexico called "Arizona" and contained two thirds of Arizona's population, most of them Mexicans, but the minority Americans were mostly from Texas and far more active and aggressive in dominating political affairs, and closely associated with staunchly pro-southern Texans living in and around El Paso. If ever an area epitomized lawlessness and wild frontier it was Western Arizona at the time of secession. Tucson was a place of resort for traders, speculators, gamblers, horse thieves, murderers, vagrant politicians, and a center of prostitution and crime. One critic observed that those that were not permitted to live in California found Tucson welcoming. Western Arizona was in a state of anarchy. The Tubac silver district area near Tucson and Pinos Altos near Mesilla were lively mining districts.
1861: Soon after the start of the War Among the States, in late April or early May of 1861, a group of Southern patriots that include men with the names of Baker, and two friends Stevens and Jackson leave their West Texas homes and take the stage to Dallas where the Texas 3rd Cavalry is mustering. In early July the regiment leaves Dallas and heads for Missouri on the "Texas Road" through the Indian Territory to Ft. Smith, Arkansas. They participate in the battle of Wilson's Creek on August 10, 1861, CS casualties 1,095, US casualties 1,235 . The Regiment remains stationed in the border area of Missouri-Arkansas-Indian Territory. The 3rd Cavalry fights in the Battles of Chustenahlah on December 26, 1862.
At the end of January 1862, Jackson, Baker, and Stevens are detailed as a part of a 25-man Paymasters detachment for I Corps of the Trans-Mississippi District. Around the first of February, near Ft. Smith, they blunder into a Union Cavalry reconnaissance party. In the heat of battle the Paymasters wagon and $200,000 in gold coins disappears. The sole separated survivors, all wounded, are Jackson, Stevens, and Baker. At the beginning of the 2nd week of February back in Dallas a military tribunal conducts an inquiry and acquits both Jackson and Stevens. Stevens is discharged and immediately heads back to his El Paso, TX hacienda. Jackson, beginning to worry about being reassigned back to points further East, either changes his name to Bill Carson and telegraphs ahead to re-enlist in Sibley's Brigade, then hops a stage to El Paso, or Jackson, kills the real Bill Carson who is already on his way to join Sibley and assumes his identity.
The fact that Jackson has a snuff box embroidered with Bill Carson's name points to the latter scenario (he wouldn't have time to create an elaborate prop such as this), so in this latter scenario Jackson, after his acquittal, meets a dispatch-bearing corporal in Dallas on his way from Richmond to Sibley with orders to attach himself to the 7th Texas Cavalry (7th Mounted Volunteers) 3rd Regiment. The man is Jackson's age and build and Jackson decides to kill him and take over his identity and assignment. What better way to disappear. Jackson hops the stage to El Paso to catch up with Sibley's Brigade.
(Sibley's Brigade or Army of New Mexico consisted of the Fourth Regiment Texas Mounted Rifles called the 1st Regiment, The Fifth Regiment Texas Mounted Rifles called the 2nd Regiment, and five companies (A,B,F,H,I) of the Seventh Regiment Texas Mounted Rifles known as the 3rd Regiment, and three independent companies of volunteers, the "Arizona Rangers", the "Brigands", and the "San Elizario Spy Company" in addition there was Teels Light Company B, First Texas Artillery (four cannons and eight howitzers) and a long supply train and thousands of draft and beef animals. All in all between 2,300 to 2,500 men. The Texans were armed with practically every type of firearm in existence: squirrel guns, bear guns, buffalo guns, single-barreled shotguns, double-barreled shotguns, navy revolvers, six shooters, etc.)
A wounded Baker belatedly arrives back in Dallas and finds out that Jackson has completely vanished. Baker begins to suspect that Jackson along with Stevens has the missing gold. Baker heads back to El Paso and starts to threaten and torment Stevens as to the whereabouts of Jackson and the cash box. Getting no satisfaction, Baker hires Angel Eyes to find Jackson.
Jackson/Carson arrives in El Paso and attempts to find Maria, his "soiled dove" paramour. He is, however, unable to locate her and makes a tactical mistake, visiting Stevens to find out what he knows of her whereabouts. Stevens tells Jackson/Carson that he thinks she followed Colonel John Baylor's Second Regiment Texas Mounted Rifles up into the Mesilla Valley to ply her trade.
Jackson/Carson tells Stevens his new identity at the outside chance of his not finding her and Maria coming to Stevens and inquiring for him. Jackson/Carson heads north from El Paso after speaking to Half Soldier and he finds Maria in the New Mexico Territorial town of Santa (Dona) Ana. He spends the night and then follows Sibley's line of march up the Rio Grande.
Part 2: Jackson/Carson reaches Paraje where he is warned by Confederate pickets to travel around Ft. Craig by night to avoid detection by Union "spy" Companies. He leaves the river and follows the road through the Journada del Muerto desert, a 100 mile short cut around the Union stronghold at Fort Craig. He rides at night and rests by day to avoid detection from the spy companies.
(Independent "Spy" Companies were the eyes and ears of both Union and Confederate armies in the Southwest, for the Confederates Captain John Phillips "Brigands" known to the Texans as the "Santa Fe Gamblers" were a group of mountain men, gun fighters and Indian fighters, ne'er do wells, and general trouble making rowdies (originally from Santa Fe, hence their other name) but were recruited in the Mesilla Valley to act as scouts. For the Union Army, Captain James "Paddy" Graydon an Irish immigrant and ex-army officesaloon keeper from the abandoned Ft. Buchanan "Arizona" vicinity started an Independent Spy Company working for Colonel Canby. Graydon hatched an interesting "raid" on the Texan Camp the evening before the Battle of Valverde. With Canby's permission Graydon packed a dozen 24 pound Howitzer shells in two boxes and after packing then on to the backs of two worn out old mules. He, with three or four of his men, crossed the Rio Grande at Ft. Craig under the cover of darkness and crept up to the Texan Camp. When they were about 500 feet from the Confederates, they lit the fuses and drove the mules towards the Texan mule herd, and hastily retreated. They figured they would trot over and join their mule brethren. Looking back, Graydon and his men were horrified to see that instead of heading over to the tethered herd the two mules were following them! The two explosions sent the Confederate Camp into an uproar, and it also resulted in several hundred very thirsty Confederate mules breaking loose and they, smelling water, headed off in a stampede to the Rio Grande where Union pickets collected them through the rest of the night. The result in the loss of mounts and teams caused the Fourth Texas Regiment to be converted into infantry and Sibley had to abandon 30 wagons containing tents, blankets, and papers of the Regiment.)
Back to Jackson/Carson he reaches the North end of the Journada, passes Sibley's abandoned wagons, and re-crosses the Rio Grande at the Valverde ford observing the detriments of the recent carnage of battle (Valverde Ford Feb 21). On or about February 25th, south of Socorro near the Stapleton Ranch, New Mexico, Territory Jackson/Carson reaches the rear guard of Sibley's Brigade deposits his dispatches and joins the 7th Texas Cavalry (7th Mounted Volunteers) 3rd Regiment under the command of Powhatan Jordan. Sibley's Army of New Mexico takes Albuquerque on March 8th and Santa Fe on March 13th.
On March 21st, Jackson/Carson in a battalion of the 7th commanded by Powhatan Jordan along with the Fourth Regiment under the overall command of Colonel Scurry headed north from Albuquerque by way of the Galisteo Road. On March 24 they made it to the village of Real de Delores, that had a gold&silver smelter and ore diggings at the bases of nearby mountains, on the 26th the 7th arrives in Galisteo. A dispatch rider appears from Major Pyron disclosing that he was in a sharp conflict with a superior enemy sixteen miles away in Apache Canyon. At sunset the troops march off directly across the mountains on a bitter cold night in some places the snow was ankle deep. At 3 o'clock in the morning Scurry reached Pryon's encampment.
March 28th at Pigeons ranch the Battle of Glorieta Pass was fought, the field of battle at the end of the day was in possession of the Confederates but the Confederate supply trains were completely destroyed by Chivington, Sibley's invasion plan is equally and effectively killed. Jackson/Carson is wounded badly in the battle and is brought back to Albuquerque with the rest of the wounded men of the 7th.
On April 6th and 7th, Sibley now totally discredited and disparaged by his army is known to his troops as a "walking whiskey barrel", with no supplies to sustain his army is forced to retreat from Santa Fe. At Albuquerque he splits his forces in two each traveling down the East and West sides of the Rio Grande. At the village of Perlata, Canby attacks the East side Confederate column under Green and during the skirmish a few wagons and an ambulance carrying Jackson/Carson is separated from the main column and continues down the East side of the river.
The small train and its occupants reach the north end of the Journada Del Muerta and enter the desert. Somewhere south of Ft. Craig the wagons and ambulance are attacked by a small "spy" company. During a running fight the wagons separate from the ambulance, and though the men in the ambulance kill or wound all of the spy company pursuers all in the ambulance are critically wounded and the panicked team of the ambulance bolts off to the south out of control.
- Sibley was never present at any of the battles his Army of New Mexico participated in. He was always "under the weather" i.e. drunk in his "ambulance".
Part 3: From the clues we get in the film we can surmise that Angel Eyes is a competent hired gun of some high repute who "always gets the job done" and that he has been in operation in West Texas, Mexico, New Mexico and "Arizona". I include Arizona because its the most lawless and plausible area where Angel Eyes, Tuco and Blondie would probably have been operating and the most likely area where they would have seen or met up with him prior to the events depicted in GBU. As I mentioned above it was the most lawless and remote area in the Southwest at the time, El Paso and Mesilla being slightly more civilized.
Early March 1862: Baker, back in El Paso, hires the notorious Angel Eyes to find Jackson and kill Stevens.
Mid-March 1862: Angel Eyes (AE) rides out to the Stevens hacienda, he questions Stevens and discovers through intimidation the fact that Jackson changed his name to Bill Carson and that he joined Sibley's Brigade. Stevens also inadvertently spills the beans about the missing cash box. Stevens gives AE $1000 dollars to try and buy off his life, and for AE to kill Baker to boot, but AE always finishing his job kills Stevens and one of his sons. AE goes back to Baker and collects his money and kills him. AE is now on a personal hunt for Carson and $200,000.
In El Paso as AE watches the second hanging of Tuco "The Rat" Ramirez, he questions "Half Soldier" (who was in the 3rd Texas Cavalry and lost both legs at the Battle of Wilson's Creek ) about the whereabouts of Bill Carson. Half Soldier also tells AE that Carson re-enlisted, and that he lost an eye, and that AE can find out more information from the whore Maria in the town of Santa Ana ( perhaps actually Dona Ana). Maria talks.
End of March 1862: AE is at Ft. Marcy converted into a makeshift hospital outside of Santa Fe, New Mexico Territory (the other two Confederate hospitals were in Albuquerque, and Socorro). He finds out that Canby and the Union Forces have cut the Confederates to pieces at the Battles of Apache Canyon and Glorieta. If Carson is taken alive as a prisoner he will be sent to Batterville Camp (900 miles East). AE leaves for Batterville along the Santa Fe Trail, traveling at an average of 30 miles a day he reaches the vicinity of Batterville in a month. (What makes the most sense is for Batterville to be near Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas; as well as St. Joseph, Missouri. Historically the closest Union POW Camp was in Illinois but this early in the war prisoners were actually most likely pardoned.)
Mid-May 1862: AE waylays a Union Sergeant newly assigned to the camp assumes his identity, and awaits the possible arrival of Bill Carson while running a black market ring at the camp.
Of Tuco Benedicto Juan Pacifico Ramierez, we can surmise quite a bit about since his character in GBU reveals the most back story. Between the litany of crimes read at his hangings to his reunion with his brother Pablo his life can be pretty much mapped out. A good subject for another post.
December 1861: Tuco hides out in one of the boom&bust ghost towns that always dot the landscape in a volatile mining district in the Pinos Alto-Silver City area in the Black Range of New Mexico west of the Mesilla Valley. Hes tracked down and attacked by three bounty hunters, he kills two and wounds one. On his escape route out, three more bounty hunters shoot him off his horse. Tuco is "saved" by Blondie. If we go by fragmented clues provided by the film, and say Blondie was about 35 years in age, and then take into account his crack shot prowess with all firearms, his knowledge of military ordinance, and his ability to easily navigate about and survive in the harsh desert wilderness. And then if we can assume that if Blondie was telling the truth when he told the Union officer at the bridge that he was from Illinois we can probably assume that Blondie was involved in the Mexican War in 1846-1848.
The scenario would go something like this; born in Illinois, his family decides to emigrate to the West, while in Missouri/Kansas border area at age 16, Blondie enlists in the army, most likely a dragoon company. He goes with General Kearney on his march down the Santa Fe trail to New Mexico and points South & West. This would be a most likely back story if you take into account all the similar narratives of the men who roamed that area of the West, and explain how he acquired all his abilities, skills and knowledge. This scenario would put him in the right place and at the right time and since he has run into Angle Eyes before it would have been in the stretch of Southwest between Yuma and Mesilla called "Arizona." I would also go as far as to say that a similar Mexican War scenario could be applied to AE.)
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Blondie's con game with Tuco begins. Blondie takes Tuco into Socorro, Texas, and collects the bounty. Before Tuco is hanged, Blondie shoots the rope and they escape North out of town and into New Mexico territory to lay low until things cool off for a while.
Part 4: Here occurs the first major time jump in the film.
Mid-March 1862: El Paso, second Tuco hanging (observed by AE). Blondie and Tuco (B&T) escape again north into New Mexico Territory. Blondie severs relationship, takes Tuco's half of the reward and leaves him 70 miles out in the middle of nowhere. Tuco heads to the town of Dona Ana, New Mexico Territory, arriving in the early evening terribly dehydrated. He rearms at the local general store. Tuco, recovered, goes back to one of his abandoned mine hideouts and recruits some of his old henchmen from the Pinos Altos mining district to track down Blondie.
Second Time Jump
April 7th, 1862: Santa Fe, New Mexico Territory, Sibley's Brigade is retreating through town at the head are three bearded scouts, members of the "Brigands" or "Santa Fe Gamblers" a notorious independent company composed of trouble makers, ne'er-do-wells, and back country mountain men. Tuco spies Blondie's saddle rig and horse. Blondie kills the three men that Tuco has recruited, but is caught by Tuco. Blondie, about to be hanged in his hotel room by Tuco, is saved by a cannon shot from an artillery barrage that blows out the floor under Tuco. (This incident of the Union Army shelling a town actually happened in New Mexico and the women of the town went to the Union commander and told him that his shells were destroying their houses, so they actually stopped the bombardment.) Blondie escapes back to Texas (250 miles, give or take) for about 6 days' travel.
Second week of April 1862: The Socorro, New Mexico Territory sequence (fits in here). Tuco tracks Blondie South back down to Texas by following his campfires. Three campfires (50 miles a day more or less). The scene where he finds the cigars, the last one still smoldering and smokeable, indicates he's very close to finding Blondie.
April 15th, 1862: Blondie and Shorty this time are running the con game again in San Elizario, Texas. Tuco captures Blondie, preventing him from rescuing his friend, Shorty. Tuco marches Blondie north back into New Mexico planning a special surprise for his friend.
April 17th, 1862: Tuco gets supplies (food, water, water basin, parasol) in Dona Ana and marches Blondie into the "Journada del Muerta" (March of Death) desert, 100 miles stretching North to South with no water. B&T meet "The Carriage of the Spirits" (an ambushed Confederate 3rd regiment Headquarters Ambulance wagon full of bodies). Tuco begins to rob the dead but discovers Bill Carson/Jackson barely alive. A delirious Carson/Jackson tells Tuco about the buried gold in the Sad Hill Cemetery, Tuco asks about the name on the grave, but Bill Carson/Jackson begins to go into convulsions and demands water. Bill Carson/Jackson dies but tells Blondie the name on the grave. Tuco now must save Blondie, so he loads him in the ambulance and heads for help.
April 18th, 1862: B&T arrive at night at Confederate Picket Post probably near Paraje and find out they are at a place called Apache Canyon. Tuco asks for the closest infirmary and finds out that he is near his brothers San Antonio Mission hospital.
April 19th, 1862: B&T arrive at San Antonio Mission. Blondie recovers at the mission, under Tuco's watchful eyes.
Third Time Jump
May 1862: B&T leave San Antonio Mission cross the Rio Grande at Paraje Ford and head North into the dry Plains of San Augustine passing around the Union stronghold of Ft. Craig. Tuco has a map and talks about heading Northwest and the Sierra Magdalena on their left and about crossing back across the Rio Grande and then going all the way across Texas (to the East). B&T are captured by James "Paddy" Graydons Independent Spy Company on a patrol following the retreating Sibley, North and West of Ft. Craig. (This scout of Graydon's really occurred. They picked up numerous stragglers, found buried supplies and cannon, many vulture picked over bodies, so the guy slapping his gloves to brush the dust off his uniform in the film was most likely Graydon.)
Fourth Time Jump (from here to the end of the film its pure fiction, Leone gave one clue in an interview saying the battle of Langston Bridge was envisioned as taking place further East not in New Mexico)
July 1862: B&T marched into Batterville Camp, from Ft. Craig, 1,020 miles (at a pace of about 20 or so miles a day, over the Santa Fe trail. It would have taken them about 50 days) to this fictitious camp (again, the closest real Union POW camp was in Illinois). This site also is located near the longest railroad existing at the time (St. Joseph and Hannibal RR) west of the Mississippi. Tuco is tortured and tells AE that Sad Hill near Ft. Smith Arkansas is the name of the cemetery. Tuco and Wallace to St. Joseph and Hannibal RR. After ten hours on the train Tuco escapes and catches the next train back. Tuco tracks AE and Blondie South towards Ft. Smith, and Sad Hill. AE, Blondie & AE's gang (traveling about 30 miles per day) and Tuco (traveling about 40 miles per day) both reach Ft. Smith at the same time. (Ft. Smith, Arkansas changed hands several times during the Civil War and makes a good candidate for the battered town on a major river the Arkansas.) Tuco kills one armed bounty hunter who has been on the lookout for him for eight months. B&T kill AEs gang and head for Sad Hill.
2nd week in July 1862: B&T blunder upon a battle for Langston or Langstone bridge over the Arkansas River. The small cemetery nearby at Sad Hill has swollen with the dead from the various skirmishes & battles in the border area of Northwest Arkansas ( Pea Ridge (Elkhorn Tavern) was on March 6-8th 1862, US Casualties 1, 349, CS Casualties 4,600). B&T and AE shoot out at Sad Hill.
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2021.02.15 05:53 Illunworth [Ford Bronco Sport] spotted in Hacienda Heights. Not sure if it’s cool enough anymore
2020.10.29 22:30 klauszen El Salvador x The Wizarding world. Part 2. Cihuehuet/Siguanaba.
[Note. Muggle historians account that at this time, the 1500s, great plagues of smallpox and measles decimated native americans. In truth, entire civilizations attested by several scouts disappeared overnight. While illness in the wake of european and american contact did exist, these numbers were grossly exaggerated in the wake of the International Statute of Secrecy in 1689. Complete cities and millions of wizardfolk were expunged from muggle records and maps, while testimonies of a pandemic were left to explain the sudden depopulation of the Americas.]
Back in the 1550s, in a native american village around Izalco, the famous metamorphmagus later known as La Cihuanaba was born. Her mother, Cihuacoatl, was a native american witch whose magic allowed to be the chief and shaman of her community. The tlazcalteca chieftain that guided Pedro de Alvarado knew about Cihuacoatl and her lineage. Huehueteotl, Cihuacoatl´s ancestor, was a powerful shaman famous breathing and summoning fire, an ability he used to roast several great warriors. Huehueteotl´s kin was not to be trifled with, so the tlazcaltecas avoided any town with a shaman of his bloodline.
Being free of spanish interference deep in the lush forest, Cihuacoatl´s tribe could continue their lifestyle. However, the voluptuous shaman was extremely curious about the new people around, and transforming herself into a snake (her animagus form) she slithered into the spanish settlements. Amazed of their strange looks, artfacts and fashion, she kept visiting the incipient town each full moon. While she did not find anyone with magical abilities, she took a liking to some men and from her adventures she eventually begat three daughters.
While the first two didn´t show any signs of magic, the third one was born on an ajmaq waxing moon, red as a tomato, and during her first hours she turned yellow, black and blue. Cihuacoatl was deeply troubled by this omen, but her midwife reminded her that her great aunt was able to turn black as obsidian, fair as the morning star and wrinkled as Huehueteotl himself. The girl was named Cihuehuet, and from the earliest infancy was trained by her mother in the practices of her people: how call and halt the rain, how speak in the tongue of the zontes and jilgueros, how distinguish between the herbs of the forest, how summon her nahual and most importantly, how turn herself into an animal. Cihuehuet´s animagus form was a tecolote (owl), and once she turned 16 years old her mother took her to scout the nearby villages.
The natives of the area had heard of an spanish crone in the town of Acajutla that could work miracles with a stick. A band of several natives, including Cihuacoatl and Cihuehuet made the one day journey to see her. When they arrived, after dusk, they found doña María Marmolejo gathering herbs under the moonlight with her wand set alight. After Cihuacoatl turned into a snake and back to human, and María turned some leaves into butterflies both parties aknowleded each other and went back to her cottage. The old woman was very kind, and even though she did not understand a whisp or nahuat, nor most of the natives understood spanish, they eventually manage to understand each other. Each fortnight the natives would come to María with beans, dried deer meat, herbs and a special brew of spirited mead, and María would give them bread, lard, sweets, dried beef and enchanted items. In these trades both parties learned each other´s language and magical practices. What intrigued the natives the most was Maria´s wand. Unfortunately the mysteries of wandlore were foreign to her, and she had to refuse several times the request to lend her wand. However, she promised she´d be attentive if any wandmaker emmigrated to the Americas, so her native friends could acquire their own wands.
María also introduced her friends to the new criollo culture and the news of the day. The budding spanish Colony was wreaking havoc to the muggle natives, that toiled under the yolk of spanish abuse. However, there were plenty of towns, even entire city-states that resisted the Conquistadores. They managed to stand up thanks to their fierce shaman-warriors. The spanish fire-pipes and narrow metal barrels could not catch fire in the intense storms they summoned. Their terrifying screams literally scared to death horsemen and their mounts. Food spoiled overnight, fresh water turned into blood and every night´s sleep was plagued with nightmares. The tlazcaltecas auxiliaries were too familiar with these tactics, so it was far easier to leave these magical foes be undisturbed, focusing their energy on the helpless communities with lesser shamans. Unfortunately for Cihuacoatl, the closest of these mighty cities was deep in the western forest. If her tribe was in trouble, no one would come to help them. Therefore it´d be wiser to keep to themselves and avoid the colonials altogether.
Unfortunately, María´s kindness backfired when the natives took a liking of her wares. Deer was tastier when fried in lard. Leaved bread could not compare to their tortillas, and no fruit in the world could stand to her sweets. Thus, they couldn't stay away for long. They shared their newly discovered tastes with their village, and in a few years the entire tribe was trading with the town of Izalco.
While the village was busy raising milpas, frijolares and herbs to trade, María, Cihuacoatl and Cihuehuet practiced their magic. María christened Cihuehuet with the name Cirila. While her mother wished to keep her name and culture, Cirila was eager to blend in, learn proper spanish and use a wand. To María´s surprise, the teenage girl could effortlessly impersonate any of her native male and female companions. This ability would be most useful, and with a little practice she learned how to turn her hair blonde, her skin fair and her honeyed eyes into emerald green. When given a proper dress, she could pass as a spanish settler, with the only detail that gave her away being the accent.
Tired of traveling all the way to Acajutla, Cirila chose to stay as María´s pupil while her mother returned to her village. She´d learn all she could about cousine, potionmaking and spellwork while her cousin Xochilt would groom herself as the next shaman. The following years were very formative. The more people she met, her repertoire of disguises grew. María´s reputation in town grew also, and she was sought to cure all kinds of troubles, from swollen bellies to broken hearts. It helped that the old woman was rumored to transform herself into an owl, communed with the animals of the forest, spoke with the natives in their maternal tongue and could turn herself young.
At that time, a wealthy peninsular established his estate around the villa de Nahuizalco. As no highways, cities of villas have been built yet, don Jeremías de Sicilia was appointed to mark, level and pave roads to make possible journeys of carriages and horsemen. To support his livelihood, he began constructing a large Hacienda worthy of a man of his stature and task. In a few years most locals were at his employment, either as domestics, fieldworkers or laborers. The Puente de los Esclavos in Guatemala was one of his best works, and he was to make several passes, avenues and bridges in Sonsonate also. This meant backbreaking toils for african slaves and native laborers. Some of them heard of the miracles made by an old woman of Acajutla. For a real (equivalent to the silver sickle, or payment for one day of labor) doña María claimed she could solve all kinds of trouble. And for the most part her potions and charms did the trick. But every month she treated worst and worst cases, so heinous that she could not heal. Severed hands, severed tongues, crushed legs and so on. After all, magic has its limits. María and Cirila concluded that the better use of their powers was to locate the source of these evils and weed it out. At night, when their patrons returned to their working camps, a suspicious owl follow them back, and for a fortnight they observed this peculiar tecolote peeking and staring from rooftops and the treeline.
While don Jeremías was not particularly cruel or brutal, his son and foreman don Enrique was famous for his savage "discipline" and disregard for his workers. Not only that, but he was a renowed fiend with women, siring a legion of children without taking the slighttest consideration about them. He left lashed men, defiled women and a whole lot of misery in his wake. However, the worst punishments were inflicted for the smallest mischief imaginable: telling scary tales. As it happened, don Enrique was utterly terrified of folk tales about natives in the dark waiting to slit the throats of white people, of the river dwelling heathen creatures like cuyancuas and aguizotes, of birds of bad omen and headless ghosts. If such topics were in his earshot, or if he got wind that someone was telling such stories, he´d make examples out of them, on "how not to waste time in idle talk and neglect on work at hand".
One evening he was to return on horseback from a work camp to his estate at dusk. Usually he´d have his friends or servants to escort him. However that day his friends stayed at a local brothel and he just had his manservant whipped, so he angrily took off by himself. He was busy thinking how strange everyone had behaved that day. Like his servants were different people. So full of himself, he failed to notice how actually late it was: there was little light left and he was not even halfway home. However, he thought, he had a sable, he was well known, he was on horse and the road was illuminated by the full moon. He had nothing to fear, and so he continued with confidence.
At one point he had to cross a shallow river ford. He noticed that in the opposite side of the brook there was a small pile of clothes. And just some meters away, in the rippling dark water there was someone bathing. Enrique halted his horse in order to hear a faint woman´s voice, singing. Intrigued, he deviated from the road in the direction of the bathing woman. As he got closer, he saw the moonlight reflected in the most lustrous black hair he´d ever seen. The water dripped from her voluptuous figure, and she flinched when she saw the horseman staring at her. Her round face, full lips, delicate button nose and doe eyes were a sight to behold. But most interesting to Enrique was her olive skin and raven flowing, waistline long hair. She was a native, or at least had enough native blood for him to make his way with her without much consequence. Still far from her, he asked in a kind voice what she´d be doing this late, this far from home. The woman responded in the most candid voice that at the break of dawn she´d begin her first employment as a maid in don Pelayo Ibarra´s manor and she had to be presentable for his . Enrique knew Pelayo, obviously: he was a business partner of his, a wretch of an old man way into his sixties but behaving as a twenty-year-old, flirting with every married woman and bedding most of the unmarried ones. This budding rose of a maid would land in Pelayo´s bedroom the first day. It was not fair that such a pervert would have the first slice of cake, Enrique thought. In the kindest voice he offered her a ride home, for she should have a good night´s sleep in order to be productive and leave a good impression to his new employers. Doubtful but after some convincing, the girl agreed.
Enrique´s plan was to reach a deserted cabin he knew and make sure she´d not be able to walk straight the day after. In his excitement he rushed the horse to full gallop, and in doing so he felt the delicate and soft hands of the girl holding him fast at his waist. Emboldened, he took one of her hands and placed into his manhood, which caused the maid´s laughter as she began stoking it. Beyond happy, the man thought what a lucky catch that was as he felt her lips on the back of his neck. However, his heat turned to panic when he felt a sharp pain in his waist. Lowering his sight, he saw that instead of a delicate hand, a milky white hand with bird-like talons was stabbing his waist. His first instinct was to put the other set of claws away of his manhood, which he managed just to feel the stabbing on his other hip. Screaming, he turned his head to find a messy tangle of gray hair, and beneath it a pale naked crone with a toothless, wicked grin starring at him with a set of yellow eyes. Enrique´s screams bewildered the horse, which franticly tried to yank its riders. In a few seconds Enrique found himself into the ground, bruised and soiled from sheer terror, his horse gone and no sight of the creature. He was found the later morning, curled up, sobbing and half crazed. Once at home he was mortified, as he barely ate, hardly slept and would remain impotent for the rest of his life. Unable to serve as foreman, a strict yet reasonable man took his position.
Soon enough Enrique´s tale spread mouth to mouth. And to the dismay of many, there were quite more sightings. Taskmasters, overseers, common fiends and even a Royal Delegate, all found a pretty girl bathing in a river or creek at dusk or before dawn. All of them picked her up in their horse or carriage, lowering their gard in the sight of such a beautiful maid, just to find moments after a horrendous pale hag with wild gray hair, taloned hands and a toothless smile, to which most of them soiled themselves and lost control of their rides, and after the landing no evidence of such being was left as proof. However, the driver of the Royal Delegate´s carriage testified that a few minutes after picking the bathing girl, he heard his master´s howls of terror and when turned his head to check what was going on, he managed to see an owl flying over the carriage window. Within a fortnight after the first incident, the whole area was on guard against the demoness.
In truth, this creature was Cirila, who used her metamorphmagus and animagus abilities to appear as an innocent virgin to attract specially harmful male members of the community. As their lust made them gullible, her transfiguration had a more potent effect. Once her victims were in shock, she assumed her tecolote form and flew away. These characters found themselves too scared to keep their abussing ways, thus neutralizing them without actually maiming or killing them. And as the tale grew as a folk legend, no victim of hers would forget the encounter. As a known healer, some of her victims turned to her to ward off the monster. She came up with the name Siguanaba, a spirit of the rivers formally known as Cihuehuet (thus identifying herself to those who knew her true name) who hunted lone men at night, and warned her former bullying clients that as long as they behaved as good christians they had nothing to fear from this spirit.
Cirila continued her hits, sometimes to scold womanizers, sometimes as revenge, sometimes just for fun. She perfected the encounters and cemented the legend of the beautiful Cihuehuet and the horrid Siguanaba. Fifteen years after her debut as the Siguanaba, doña María Marmolejo passed away at the ripe old age of 213 years old. She left a small coven of wizards and witches, some native and some spanish. As the oldest and the most acomplished witch, Cirila took her leadership and became María Cirila. Hers would be a most interesting story, and would inspire several myths known to the muggles of the region. And around the time of her ascention as the matron of her coven, she found her inseparable familiar, the house-elf Cipit, which inspired the tale of the Cipitío. But this is a different story.
-To be continued-
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2020.05.16 15:00 s810 Old Austin Tales: Spaniards in search of spying Frenchmen camp at site of Austin - June 1691
I was talking here before about the lost Santa Monica Springs on the Colorado river
. A Spaniard named Bernardo de Miranda y Flores came exploring through here in the 1750s and found a carved swimming hole in the rocky bank of the Colorado River at a place where some springs erupted from the ground near Mount Bonnell. The local natives were not known to have metal tools with which to carve rock in the manner he found it so he concluded that a previous unknown Spanish exploring party had carved the rock. This feature is now submerged beneath Lake Austin and probably buried in mud and silt.
But who could have carved it? It's one of the local history mysteries that bugs me the most.
I was recently reading up on Spanish explorers who might have made it to the vicinity of the Austin area and I thought I would share with y'all today a bit of what I found. It turns out to be a great story of Spanish and French forces trying to establish a claim to the land that is now Texas at the turn of the 18th century. The natives tribes of the region had a few things to say about that. Along the way there was a doomed colony, some paranoid Spaniards, a Frenchman with a prosthetic hook hand, at least half a dozen native tribes, a mysterious Italian, and a guy who was living among some of the natives as a god-king. 140 years before Stephen F. Austin first surveyed his Upper Colony land grant on the Colorado River in 1830, and 60-odd years before Bernardo de Miranda y Flores came here and found the carved gourd-shaped swimming hole at Santa Monica spring, this area apparently served as a base camp of sorts for Spanish search parties. But I'm getting ahead of myself. Let's start with a little bit of backstory.
Quoting now from Chapter Five of a book called Spanish Texas, 1519-1821: Revised Edition, by Donald E. Chipman and Harriett Denise Joseph
The last third of the seventeenth century would test the effectiveness of Spanish imperial policy in the Americas. Symptomatic of the problem was a malaise of leadership rooted in the king himself, for on September 17, 1665, a four year old sickly child who was mentally subnormal and afflicted with rickets ascended the Spanish throne. Charles II was the tragic product of incestuous marriages that had linked the Hapsburg families of Spain and Austria for nearly two centuries. Seven of the King's great grandparents were direct lineal descendants of one woman, the psychologically unstable Spanish Queen Juana la Loca (1479-1555). Charles, known in history as "el Hechizado" (the bewitched), was incapable of either ruling or fathering an heir. In fairness to the Spanish crown, the national economy, especially during the "tragic decade" (1677-1687), experienced calamities of "biblical proportions" --prolonged drought, crop failures, decimated livestock herds, sharp agricultural price increases, and epidemic disease. Spain during Charles II's reign (1665-1700) has often been viewed as a corpse, picked over by internal parasites and foreign marauders. This conventional picture is no doubt overdrawn, because the country began a slow, painful upturn in the 1680s!
Recovery, however, would take decades. By 1695 the moribund Spanish government felt obliged to auction the highest positions in the viceroyalties of Mexico and Peru to office seekers within the ranks of the wealthy nobility. To make matters worse, Spain was a pawn in the ambitions of the French kind, Louis XIV. The first three wars of the Sun King made France and Spain almost constant enemies.
That enmity was also evident in North America, and it had important implications for Spanish Texas. With the death of Charles II in 1700, Louis XIV maneuvered his grandson, the Duke of Anjou, onto the Spanish throne as Philip V. This union of Spain and France under the same ruling family created the preponderance of Bourbon power in Europe, as well as in America.
On the continent, the ensuing War of Spanish Succession (1702-1713) made allies of the former antagonists, but in North America the two countries remained in competition for control of the lower Mississippi Valley and Texas. The establishment of the first missions in East Texas, their subsequent failure, and the stimulus to reestablish them is best viewed against this backdrop of internal conditions in Spain and its shifting international alignments.
So the long and short of it is there was constant war and distrust between the Spanish and French during most of the time period in question. The French controlled the Mississippi River from St. Louis down through what became Louisiana, although they did not garrison it very well. The Spanish had strong claims in Mexico and a weak claim in Florida. Both countries had possessions in the Caribbean Sea from which they could deploy forces toward the gulf coast.
In 1685 a French explorer named René Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle
was riding high on the fame of having just a few years before led an expedition down the Mississippi river and named the place Louisiana for the French King, Louis XIV. He pretty much had carte blanche on what to do next. So he decided he wanted to start a colony in the new world in the place he had just explored. He ended up off the mark by a bit.
That TSHA page gives a good summary:
La Salle, established a French settlement on the Texas coast in summer 1685, the result of faulty geography that caused him to believe the Mississippi River emptied into the Gulf of Mexico in the Texas coastal bend. The settlement on the right bank of Garcitas Creek in southern Victoria County has been called Fort St. Louis, but in fact it had no name, only a description. La Salle himself referred to it as "the habitation on the riviére aux Boeufs [Buffalo River] near the baye Saint-Louis."
In February 1685 La Salle had landed 180 colonists at Matagorda Bay in Spanish-claimed territory. That number included half a dozen young women, two families with a total of seven children, and several youths scarcely out of their teens.
The grueling labor of establishing the colony, combined with exposure, disease, bad treatment, and poor diet, reduced the number of colonists by more than half within six months. From October 1685 to January 1687 La Salle left the colony on three occasions to explore his surroundings. During his first long absence—a journey to the west—his one remaining ship, Belle, was wrecked in Matagorda Bay, leaving the colony marooned. On his final departure, supposedly to seek rescue from his Fort-Saint-Louis-des-Illinois, he left twenty-three men, women, and children, in the colony of six crude structures. The expedition's historian, Henri Joutel, on leaving the settlement with La Salle, declared, "there was only the house . . . , having eight cannon at the four corners, unfortunately without cannonballs," and "when we left, there was nothing else in the nature of a fort." As Joutel reveals, there was never a palisade.
"Fort St. Louis" does not appear in any of the accounts by participants in the Texas episode. The spurious journal of La Salle's brother, Abbé Jean Cavelier, as it was recast by the Marquis de Seignelay after Cavelier's return to France, referred once to "the Baye or fort St. Louis." Jean Michel, in his 1713 abridgement of Joutel (as it appears in English translation), seized this verbiage to assert that "the dwelling," like the neighboring bay, was given the name of "St. Louis."
For two years those left at the settlement, now in the charge of Lieutenant Gabriel Barbier, held on to the hope of rescue as they waited in vain for word from the "rescue mission." Gradually, as it became apparent that no help was coming, their hope faded. It probably was during the twelve-day celebration of Christmas, 1688–89, that the Karankawa Indians approached the settlement in the guise of friendship then fell upon the inhabitants in murderous frenzy. The massacre was complete except for the children, who were taken by the Indian women and lived among the Karankawas until they were rescued by the Spanish expeditions led by Alonso De León and Domingo Terán de los Ríos. One of the children was Jean-Baptiste Talon, age ten at the time. It was he who, years later, provided the only eye-witness account of the massacre.
Politics aside, it's a sad tale of crushed hopes and dreams. The important thing to get from all this so far for the purposes of today's tale is that there were several children who survived the eventual downfall of the colony and massacre of the adults by natives. A group of siblings from the Talon family were adopted into different tribes in the region.
At the same time this was going on, the Spaniards in New Spain in the 1680s were intent on building a chain of missions to convert natives in the Texas region and align them with the Spanish crown. Toward this goal there was first a series of fact-finding expeditions of sorts, called "entradas", with goals set and led by military officers with input from the clergy. When word reached officials in New Spain of French interlopers on the Gulf Coast they called on the local governor: an old military veteran named Alonso De Leon
. Quoting the TSHA page:
DE LEÓN, ALONSO (ca. 1639–1691). Alonso De León, the younger, Spanish explorer and governor, third son of Alonso De León and Josefa González, was born in Cadereyta, Nuevo León, in 1639 or 1640. At the age of ten he was sent to Spain, where he enrolled in school and prepared for a naval career. He joined the Spanish navy in 1657, but his service as a naval cadet was brief, for he had returned to Nuevo León by 1660. Over the next two decades he led a series of entradas that traversed the northeast coast of New Spain as well as the banks of the Río de San Juan. By the 1680s De León had become a seasoned outdoorsman and successful entrepreneur. In 1682 he petitioned the viceroy of New Spain for a franchise to work salt deposits along the Río de San Juan, open trade with neighboring settlements, and search for mines. Those efforts netted a fifteen-year concession. When news that the French had founded a settlement on the northern Gulf Coast reached New Spain in the mid-1680s, De León was a logical choice to lead overland efforts aimed at finding the foreign interlopers and extirpating their colony.
In all, he led four expeditions between 1686 and 1689. His initial reconnaissance followed the Río de San Juan to its confluence with the Rio Grande. After striking the larger river, Don Alonso marched along the right bank to the coast and then turned southward toward the Río de las Palmas (the Río Soto la Marina). This effort yielded no conclusive evidence that Frenchmen had visited the region. His second expedition set out in February 1687. This entrada forded the Rio Grande, probably near the site of present Roma-Los Saenz, and followed the left bank to the coast. De León then marched up the Texas coast to the environs of Baffin Bay but again found no evidence of Frenchmen. The third expedition, launched in May 1688, was in response to news that a white man dwelled among Indians in a ranchería (temporary settlement) to the north of the Rio Grande. That effort resulted in the capture of Jean Jarry, a naked, aged, and confused Frenchman.
Let's stop here for a minute. Who is this old naked Frenchman they're talking about? He has his own TSHA page
. Quoting from it a small bit:
Jean Jarry (Jean Henri, Jean Gery) was a deserter from the La Salle expedition (1685) who took residence among the Coahuiltecan Indians in what is now Kinney County, Texas, and held sway over them as their ruler. The location is generally believed to be Anacacho Mountain, some fifteen miles southeast of Brackettville, Texas. Coahuila governor Alonso De León, fearful of a French-inspired Indian uprising, arrived at the Indian village on May 30, 1688, and persuaded Jarry to return with him to Monclova.
"Yan Jarri," as De León recorded his name, related that he was a native of St. Jean d'Orléans in France. He was judged to be more than fifty years old. Interrogated first by De León, then by officials in Mexico, he became more confused with each question and gave conflicting answers on nearly every detail. Yet he seemed unwavering in his account of having come from a French fort on a big river to the east. Under his direction a map was sketched showing the arrangement of the purported French settlement and its location. Although the interrogators were convinced that the prisoner was demented, it was deemed necessary to "take every precaution." De León, therefore, was sent on his third expedition in search of La Salle's colony with the French prisoner as guide.
As De León marched across Texas on the journey that led him to La Salle's Texas Settlement in April 1689, Jarry seemed no less confused than during the interrogations. After crossing the Guadalupe River, however, the Frenchman began to manifest a knowledge of the country and could converse with the Indians. He was especially knowledgeable of the Lavaca-Matagorda Bay region and identified the Matagorda Bay mouth as the place he had landed with "Monsieur Felipe de la Gala." Thus, with Jarry's help, the Spanish force found La Salle's Texas Settlement on April 20, 1689
That gives away the rest of the article on De Leon, which tells what happened next:
The fourth expedition left Coahuila on March 27, 1689, with a force of 114 men, including chaplain Damián Massanet, soldiers, servants, muleteers, and the French prisoner, Jarry. On April 22 De León and his party discovered the ruins of the French settlement, Fort St. Louis, on the banks of Garcitas Creek.
That TSHA article doesn't talk about it much, but on De Leon's next trip he also found most of the remaining survivors of the ill-fated LaSalle colony, including the Talon children
When La Salle left the settlement the last time, in January 1687, to seek his post on the Illinois River, he took the oldest son, Pierre, not quite eleven. He intended leaving the lad, and possibly a few others, among the Hasinai (Tejas) Indians of eastern Texas to learn the language. Thus, he might form a link between these friendly natives and the twenty-odd men and women left in the colony on Lavaca Bay. Whatever the plan, it was diverted by tragedy in both the group with La Salle and the one remaining in the settlement. Alonso De León, after returning to Coahuila with Jacques Grollet and Jean L'Archevêque in 1689, gathered up four of the Talon children on his 1690 entrada. He first found Pierre, who with Pierre Meunier had been living among the Hasinais, then took Marie-Madeleine, Lucien, and Robert from the Karankawas on the Gulf Coast. All bore Indian tattoos on their faces and parts of their bodies; the two younger boys had forgotten their native language. Jean-Baptiste Talon and another youth, Eustache Bréman, were rescued from among the Karankawas by the expedition of Domingo Terán de los Ríos in 1691.
Taken to Mexico City, the five Talon children were placed as servants in the household of the viceroy, Gaspar de la Cerda Sandoval Silva y Mendoza, Conde de Galve. Shortly before the ailing count ended his term and returned to Spain (early in 1696), the three older boys were sent to Veracruz to be enrolled as soldiers in the Armada de Barlovento, then commanded by Andrés de Pez y Malzárraga. Pierre was about nineteen at the time, Jean-Baptiste sixteen, and Lucien probably fourteen. They were assigned to Santo Cristo de Maracaibo, the flagship of Admiral Guillermo Morfi. Marie-Madeleine and Robert went to Spain with the retiring viceroy and the countess. About a year later Santo Cristo was captured by a French vessel in the Caribbean Sea. The Talon brothers, less than cooperative in their initial interrogation by French officers, asked to be sent to Spain. They were taken instead to France, where Pierre and Jean were enrolled in naval service. Lucien, being considered too young for French military service, was employed as a servant at Oléron. The marine minister, Louis Pontchartrain, heard of the repatriates about a year later. He ordered their immediate interrogation in the hope that they would provide information useful to Pierre Le Moyne d'Iberville, who was outfitting a new voyage to the Gulf of Mexico. With French officials still confused as to the location of La Salle's colony, the Talons held the distinction of having traveled from the settlement to Mexico City.
The interrogation indeed proved useful, for it revealed that they remembered much of the Indian languages: Jean-Baptiste of the Karankawas, Pierre of the Hasinais. Jean-Baptiste gave the only eye-witness account of La Salle's Texas Settlement massacre, where he and his sister and two small brothers had seen their mother slain. Having lived as an Indian, he gave an account of the Karankawa existence that has long been of interest to anthropologists. Pierre did the same for the Hasinais, and recounted events surrounding La Salle's death—a version somewhat different, if doubtful, from that of Henri Joutel.
So at this point you might be mentally asking what any of this has to do with Austin. In the TSHA article on De Leon it mentioned how he was the guy who first blazed the trail that became the Old San Antonio Road
which connected San Antonio to the missions in East Texas starting in the 1700s. The main route crossed the Colorado River near where the town of Bastrop was founded as Mina a little over 100 years later in the 1820s, but there were parallel side routes and diverging trails going off the main route. The map on the wikipedia page shows one of these routes comes very close to the present site of Austin. It turns out on De Leon's fifth expedition in which he found the French kids, two of these children was found in a tribe that lived near one of the crossings of the Colorado. That book I quoted earlier, Spanish Texas, tells a more thorough accounting of the story. Quoting page 88:
On the outward trip to the Neches River, De Leon had recovered two French youths from Indians near the Colorado River crossing. Pierre Talon and Pierre Meunier had been with La Salle on his third overland trek, thereby avoiding the general massacre t the French settlement. Talon an Meunier would accompany the Spanish commander and fray Massanet on the return march to Coahuila. As the troop approached the Guadaulpe River crossing, De Leon learned of additional French childred living as captives among coastal Karankawas. The thought of Christian children living among these gentiles weighed heavily on him, and he was determined to ransom them at all costs.
De Leon detached a small squad of men and lef them toward Matagorda Bay. After several days of searching, he came upon Indians who had adopted Marie-Madeleine and Robert Talon -- their faces and bodies now covered with tattoos and paint in the manner of many First People in Texas. Terms of ransom for the girl, sixteen, and the boy, not yet six, were discussed, agreed upon, and paid. It seems, however, the Indians quickly discerned that De Leon had been overly eager in reaching an agreement, leading them to conclude that they had undervalued their human property.
To De Leon's disgust, the Indians then began to shower him and his party with "a thousand impertinences, begging us of all the horses, and even the clothing on our backs." While the wrangling continued and tempers flared to a dangerous level, other Indians produced a third child--Lucien Talon--of an undetermined age. Once again in negotiating ransom for this child, De Leon believed he was confronted with rank impertinence. The Indians, according to his account, began brandishing bows and arrows and "begging exorbitant things." Heated exchanges between De Leon and the Indians then escalated into shouts by the latter, who threatened that they "would have to shoot and kill us all." Again in the commander's words, "Their saying this and beginning to shoot were simultaneous, whereupon we attacked them, and having kidded four and wounded others, they retreated."
The book and the TSHA say De Leon died soon afterward in 1691. I like to check with old sources so I went looking at Frank Brown's Annals of Travis County and of the City of Austin (From the Earliest Times to the Close of 1875), which was written at the turn of the 1900s. On page 88 of the first volume I found a very different version of this story
that mentions other survivors and expeditions after the time De Leon was supposed to have died. Old Frank must have mixed De Leon up with someone else. Then there is this other TSHA page
which mentions a mysterious Italian:
Also taken from the Karankawas to be imprisoned in San Juan de Ulúa's dungeon, according to the Talons, was an Italian who, strangely, is not mentioned in any of the Spanish accounts.
Whether De Leon died in 1691 or not, he was removed in his role as leader of the entradas into the Texas region in that year and from his post as governor of Coahuila y Texas. His work was sharply criticized by the Viceroyalty. Even though he had burned the remains of the French colony to the ground (really just one house), and rescued the captive children of the colony who provided much needed intelligence on French activities in the area, there were still sightings of possible French buoys in Matagorda bay that greatly concerned the government. He was seen as having failed to ascertain the full extent of the French forces. In 1691 the Viceroyalty replaced him with a fellow named Domingo Teran de los Rios
. Quoting the relevant bits from the TSHA page:
Domingo Terán de los Ríos was appointed first governor of the Spanish province of Texas. On January 23, 1691, the Conde de Gálvez appointed him to oversee the administration of Coahuila, Texas, and adjacent regions. Terán had been in the Spanish service in Peru for twenty years, had come to Mexico in 1681 as a deputy of the consulado of Sevilla, had been captain of infantry in the castle of San Juan de Ulúa and in 1686 was made governor of Sonora and Sinaloa, where he was successful in quelling Indian disturbances. His instructions for his Texas venture were prepared by a Junta de Hacienda acting under suggestions by Damián Massanet, who was in charge of missionary activities. Terán was instructed to establish seven missions among the Tejas, to investigate rumors of foreign settlements on the coast, and to keep records of geography, natives, and products. On May 16, 1691, Terán's army departed from its base camp in Monclova and crossed the Rio Grande on May 28. Members of the expedition named the Texas rivers they crossed in their progress eastward until they reached the Colorado River and camped there.
This is mentioned in the Spanish Texas book on page 94. Quoting that:
The Teran expedition reached the Colorado River near the present site of Austin in late June and camped for several days. While there, Teran, like De Leon the previous year, learned from Indians that a white man (Henri de Tonti) had visited a Nabedache village. From the encampment, Captain Francisco Martinez and a detachemnt of twenty soldiers marched to the coast for an attempted rendezvous at Matagorda Bay with the support vessels.
Unfortunately Martinez missed contact with the ships by only a matter of hours, for the vessels dropped anchor at the bay on July 12, the same day that his detachment departed for the camp on the Colorado.
Martinez returned to the main encampment on July 17. His failure to find the supply vessels led to a disagreement between Teran and Massanet.
So Teran was instructed to reconnoiter the French and rendezvous with supply ships on the coast, but pretty much failed at both tasks. He set up his main encampment at the site of Austin for at least a few days if not a few weeks in the summer of 1691. It isn't said anywhere I can find if this was at Montopolis, where some think the old alternate route of the Spanish road supposedly went through or some other place nearby. The next time the Spanish had anything to do with this area was the expedition of Isidro Félix de Espinosa, Antonio de San Buenaventura y Olivares, and Pedro de Aguirre in 1709
. The Spanish started to build a mission here in the 1730s but they didn't like the situation with natives here and moved it elsewhere after only a few months.
But who was the Frenchman the natives told Teran about? Henri Tonti was his name, and he, too, has a TSHA page
. Quoting it:
Henri de Tonti, soldier, was associated with René Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle, in the fur trade and in exploration of the Great Lakes region and the Mississippi Valley. He is linked to Texas history through his search for La Salle's Gulf Coast colony. Tonti wrote an account of his 1689 expedition, which entered eastern Texas through the Caddoan tribes, recounting both the journey's hardships and his observations that bespoke great promise for the region. Tonti was born in 1649 or 1650, probably in Gaeta, Italy, the son of Lorenzo de Tonti and Isabelle di Lietto. Lorenzo de Tonti, a former governor of Gaeta and a financier of considerable note, invented a form of life insurance known as the tontine. Because of his involvement in an unsuccessful revolt against the Spanish viceroy in Naples, Lorenzo sought asylum in France. The family arrived in Paris about 1650—either shortly after or just prior to Henri's birth. Henri de Tonti entered the French army in 1668 as a cadet and later served in the French Navy. After losing his right hand in a grenade explosion at Labisso during the Sicilian wars, he substituted a metal hook, over which he customarily wore a glove, and thus became known as "Iron Hand."
During most of 1687 Tonti was involved in wars with the Iroquois and the English. In the spring of 1688 he returned to Fort Saint-Louis on the Illinois to find five members of La Salle's company-including La Salle's brother, Abbé Jean Cavelier-who had traveled from the Texas settlement. Abbé Cavelier, wishing to obtain a loan from his brother's account to pay for passage to France, concealed from Tonti the fact that La Salle already was dead. Had he revealed the truth, Tonti might have had time to rescue the twenty-five men, women, and children La Salle had left at La Salle's Texas Settlement. When he learned the truth ten months later, he had no way of knowing that it was too late to save those in the meager settlement on the Gulf. First sending Jean Couture among the East Texas Indians to seek news of any survivors, Tonti himself started for the Caddoan tribes in October 1689.
So at the same time De Leon was hearing about captive children nearby from the local natives, there was a Frenchman with an "Iron Hand" roaming around Eastern and Central Texas, searching for the same survivors of the failed colony. Obviously the tales of the white guy with the hook hand must have spread far and wide among the natives. It was apparently still being told to Teran years later.
Both Domingo Teran and Henri Tonti failed in their missions. Tonti found none of the children and had none of the answers about what happened to the Colony until he returned to St. Louis, the children had already been ransomed by De Leon. Teran failed to rendezvous with the naval units on time, didn't set up any missions or find out anything new about the French.
According to all accounts, Teran probably camped near Austin in 1691. De Leon probably camped somewhere between here and Bastrop. And it isn't known if Henri Tonti made it as far west as this area when he was on his quest to find the survivors of La Salle's colony, but it's possible. There is a small chance that any of these people could have carved the gourd shaped swimming hole at Santa Monica Springs.
So there you have it. No Bonus Pics today as there wasn't even an OP pic for this time. Have some unrelated ones. Fun Fact: the first datable photos taken in Texas were taken in 1849
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2020.03.23 19:59 kong-dao COVID-19: España - Marzo 2020
La situación en España es desoladora (igual que en Italia) hospitales colapsados, médicos estrésados, presionados, haciendo horas extras, trabajando a sol y sombra. Pero esta situación es similar para los teleoperadores
, obreros, agricultores
, camioneros, banqueros, personas que trabajan en fábricas, supermercados, correos, y otros sectores más que se ven empujados a realizar trabajos físicos (y no tanto), mientras el gobierno está sancionando, multando y encarcelando a quien no cumpla con el "mandato divino"
¿Qué lugares están permitidos abrir?Según el BOE (Boletín Oficial del Estado) y relativo al COVID-19 (descargar aquí
) establece en el Artículo 10
Se suspende la apertura al público de los locales y establecimientos minoristas, a excepción de los establecimientos comerciales minoristas de alimentación, bebidas, productos y bienes de primera necesidad, establecimientos farmacéuticos, sanitarios, centros o clínicas veterinarias, ópticas y productos ortopédicos, productos higiénicos, prensa y papelería, combustible para la automoción, estancos, equipos tecnológicos y de telecomunicaciones, alimentos para animales de compañía, comercio por internet, telefónico o correspondencia, tintorerías, lavanderías y el ejercicio profesional de la actividad de peluquería a domicilio. En cualquier caso, se suspenderá la actividad de cualquier establecimiento que, a juicio de la autoridad competente, pueda suponer un riesgo de contagio por las condiciones en las que se esté desarrollando.
Pasando en claro lo que las "mentes brillantes", también conocidos como (corruptos) gobernantes, dictan que pueden tener locales abiertos: prensa (kioscos
) y papelería, estancos, comercio por internet, telefónico o correspondencia (Correos), tintorerías (¿en serio?), lavanderías y peluquerías (parece una tomada de pelo) El real decreto no dice, absolutamente nada, acerca de pasear animales...Entonces ¿para quién es la cuarentena?Teletrabajo es la palabra que más aparece junto a COVID-19 ¿todos pueden hacerlo? Claramente no, se puede llevar a cabo por sectores informáticos o administrativos que permiten desarrollar tareas de forma remota con un portátil y conexión a internet, nada más...el resto...obligados a ir prescencialmente mientras los políticos hacen videoconferencias...
Pasó exactamente 1 semana desde que se decretó el "estado de emergencia" en España y los despidos no se hicieron esperar: Renault
presentó un ERTE's para despedir 11.600 personas; Seat
, hizo lo suyo con 14.800 empleados; Ford
, 7.000; Nissan
, 3.300 (solo en Catalunya); y la lista sigue incluyendo empleadas del hogar
que no cobrarán ni 1€ por ser despedidas; las empresas de aerolineas como Air Nostrum (Vueling)
tampoco se quedan atrás y despiden 1.400 empleados (para más detalles ver anexos ERTE
) Según el períodico El Mundo
, ya son 32.700 ciudadanos en vistas de perder su empleo en menos de 7 días, que si se suma la cantidad de pymes o autónomos
los números se vuelven descomunales...Esta situación de despidos masivos tendrá que ser atajada con fondos públicos, unos que de momento no alcanzan ni si quiera para la sanidad. Eso sí, Hacienda
no está dispuesta a frenar la colecta anual de IRPF que con la mano del gobierno, y a pesar de la crisis santiaria, está dispuesto a sacar de los bolsillos de los trabajadores lo poco que les quede...claramente le están robando al pueblo!!
Es sabido que políticos y empresarios hacen lobbies, no es ningún secreto aunque así se mantenga, y es cuestión de los medios de comunicación (otros con los que hacen lobbies) de que ciertas situaciones pasen por debajo de la mesa, desapercibidas, escondidas bajo la alfombra, así el sector público da soporte a sus "coleguitas" con moratorias y aplazo de pagos
y destinará, con apoyo de la Unión Europea, €800.000 Millones
a empresas, osea, al sector privado...no al público donde debería ir y al que pertenece SANIDAD.
El día 12 de Marzo el gobierno de Sanchez aprobó, primero, un presupuesto de €18.000 Millones
para pymes, y luego, €200.000
, de los que €117.000 serán para el sector público, y, los restantes €83.000 para el sector privado, que además busca aprobar un presupuesto de €30 Millones para financiar la investigación médica...Esto último aún sigue sin aprobarse. Sectores privados como El Corte Inglés tienen la cara más dura que una piedra para pedir un crédito de €1.500 Millones
"por causa del virus y las pérdidas" mientras la gente se muere en los hospitales...así se maneja la "solidaridad empresarial"
Si el estado se endeuda ¿quién lo paga? ¿Porqué los ciudadanos, que pagaron religiosamente los impuestos se tienen que ver afectados por la mala administración de los políticos? ¿Dónde está el dinero de las arcas públicas? En sanidad seguro que no...quizás se lo hayan despilfarrado en otro sector público como es el brazo armado y militarizado del ejército. Abordando este tema tan olvidado, hoy, el gobierno español, trás 5 años
. decidió retirar a los militares que tenía en Irak
"por temor al contagio de COVID-19", ahora los traen
a España (Enfermos o no) para hacer cumplir la ley y mantener a (cierta parte de) la población encerrada en sus casas. ¿Sabía usted lector, lectora, o, lactante, que el presupuesto del ejército en manos del Ministerio de Defensa es de gastos públicos que no fueron destinados a sanidad? ¿Sabe usted cuánto se destinó en 2018 al Departamento de Defensa Español? €9 Billones
, que pueden ser consultados en la web oficial
, eso sí, el presupuesto 2019 y 2020 no están disponibles, así que el resto se lo puede imaginar...Parece que después de invadir otros países, violar y saquear pueblos foreaneos, vuelven flameando la bandera de la "solidaridad" para ayudar con los avances en la cura del COVID-19 y fabricar su propio desinfectante
(Tengan cuidado de no morir en el intento, bacterias)
Si a la deuda pública que tenía España (hasta Enero de 2020) de €1.200 Billones
se le suma €1 Billón más que deberá al Banco Central Europeo la crisis financiera que llegará al país (durante y luego del virus) será uno de los mayores batacazos superando las situación del 2008.Como si la actual situación financiera
del pueblo español no fuera poco, también se los va a multar por estar en la calle, multas que oscilan entre €100 y €600.00
, o incluso se les imputarán antescedentes penales a quien desacate "la palabra santa de la ley"...vaya...el estado (junto con el cuerpo armado) si que está haciendo un esfuerzo sobrehumano por cargarse la economía de los ciudadanos mientras los políticos se quedan en casa, mirando la tv y amasando sus fortunas
Hablando de fortunas, no me iba a olvidar de mencionar el caso del emérito Rey Carlos I y su hijo Felipe. Todo comenzó en 2012
por la caza de elefantes y bufalos
(un "deporte" prohibido que extinge razas animales) practicada "Carlitos" durante su estadía en Botswana
, Sudafrica, y su nieto Froilán Marichalar, quien en aquel entonces tenía 13 años y se disparó en un pie. Las críticas no tardaron en llegar de cómo un niño, hijo de un monarca, sostenía un arma con 13 años...13....menor de edad y donde la ley dice que no pueden manipular armas de ningún tipo...penado por ley, aunque claro está que a las monarquías las leyes no les afecta. Una interesante nota del períodico New Yorker
de 2014 apunta:
Then it emerged that the King had been on the trip with a woman who was not Queen Sofia, and the Spanish press reported that the woman, a German aristocrat, was his mistress. (She has denied it.) There were also reports that Sofia and Carlos’s marriage existed principally for public consumption, and that she spent as little time as possible in his company.
Traducción: "Luego se supo que el Rey había estado de viaje con una mujer que no era la Reina Sofía, y la prensa española informó que la mujer, una aristócrata alemana, era su amante. (Ella lo ha negado). También hubo informes de que el matrimonio de Sofía y Carlos existía principalmente para consumo público, y que ella pasaba el menor tiempo posible en su compañía.
La misteriosa amante era Corinna zu Sayn-Wittgenstein
y su nombre de soltera es Corinna Larsen, con un hijo de 18 años, Alexander Kyril zu Sayn-Wittgenstei, y a quien el Rey Carlos I "donó", en 2012, €65 Millones
por el "cariño que les tenía".En 2020, el medio de comunicación CNN
, publicó una nota informando que de las 10 monarquías existentenes en Europa, 9 reciben dinero de fondos públicos, entre las que se encuentra España y la que menos impuestos paga (€9 Millones al año)En 2018 llegó el salpicón para la familia real española, comenzaron las investigaciones
por las declaraciones de Corinna Larsen sobre las "onerosas donaciones" del rey que se hacían para evadir impuestos en Monaco, donde ella residía. Pero en esta "historia de amor y complot" aprece un grupo poco nombrado, el CNI
(Centro Nacional de Inteligancia Español) que según la mujer la estaban amenazando para que no declare en Inglaterra, no se dejó intimidar y abrió la boca, no solamente declaró acerca de las "donaciones" sino también sobre cuentas en Bancos Suizos
.Pasaron 8 años de este entramado novelezco que aún sigue sin cerrarse, actualmente "el Rey" está siendo investigado en 3 países: España, Suiza e Inglaterra, pero el artículo 53.6 de la consitutución española dice:
"La persona del Rey es inviolable y no está sujeta a responsabilidad"
Afortunadamente un fiscal suizo, vincula un pago de €100 Millones
que recibió el rey Carlos por parte del rey Abdula, Arabia Saudí, en 2008 y que supuestamente se destinaron a las cuentas de la mujer alemana para blanqueo de capitales y evasión de impuestos, situación que llevó a los investigadores a destapar los "off-shore" de la monarquía española y por la que también tapó la sombra de las conseciones del Ave
y La Meca.En 2018, según Business Insider
, la valor neto de la familia real española es de €20 Millones. En Marzo de 2020 El Confidencial
publicó un varios artículos
sobre lo acontecido, días antes The Daily Mail
volvió a hacer énfasis en las denuncias de la princesa Corinna zu Sayn-Wittgenstein acerca de las persecusiones que sufría por parte del CNI. Aprovechando la situación se desmarcó el actual rey Felipe VI diciendo que renunciaba
a la herencia de su padre...trás 8 años de planificación.
Mientras la gente aplaude desde las ventanas como buenos monos, los gobernantes siguen robando, siguen haciendo negocios por medio de empresas que operan en IBEX
, siguen destinando dinero al Ministerio de Defensa y protegiéndose detrás de los "defensores de la ley", la polícia, ejército y gendarmería, una manga de ignorantes que no saben leer y por ende poco van a saber lo que la ley dice, están para hacer respetar la ley desconocida, están para reprimir, para no cuestionar a la autoridad, están para no pensar y solamente obedecer, igual que una sociedad sin poder porque aún piensan que la democracia existe...que ilusos...
¿Dónde está la democracia que destina fondos públicos para financiar guerras, asesinatos, violaciones y demás atrocidades en otros países? ¿Dónde está la democracia que debería velar por el cuidado de los ciudadanos en épocas de crisis? ¿Dónde está la democracia que se salta ajusticiar a sus propios lideres? ¿Dónde está la cordura de la ley? ¿Dónde está la democracia de elegir? ¿Y la democracia de la libertad de expresión si no se puede criticar la autoridad? ¿Dónde esá? ¿Porque los millonarios reyes y empresarios no destinan sus fondos malversados a la salud, en lugar de multar a los ciudadanos para que sigan pagando?
La gente no se tiene que quedar en la cárcel del hogar por miedo a un virus, a los que tienen que tenerles miedo están en el poder, gobernando, robando, lucrando, especulando, destruyendo vidas.
No es momento de quedarse en casa obedeciendo a los corruptos, es momento de manifestarse, de pedir salud para todos y a cambio de eso arriesgarla, porque si todos nos morimos ¿a quien van a gobernar? ¿A quien van a explotar? ¿A quien le van a robar?
ERTE: La Vanguardia
: Los afectados por ERTE en Catalunya crecen en 3.000 en un sólo día y se acercan a los 28.000 / Vueling presenta un ERE temporal para 3.800 personas El País
: Renault presenta un ERTE para 11.600 empleados en España ABC
: Alud de ERTE: unas 200.000 empresas lo han solicitado en menos de una semana / El coronavirus da la puntilla a las empleadas del hogar: más despidos y sin prestación por desempleo El Mundo
: Air Nostrum presenta un ERTE para sus 1.439 trabajadores por tres meses
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2019.04.09 03:50 AkitoApocalypse For Incoming Freshman: A Current Freshman's Viewpoint on Purdue
Some background information about myself
I'm currently a freshman enrolled within Purdue's First-Year Engineering (abbreviated as FYE)'s program, pursuing a transition to major (abbreviated as T2M, explained later) for Computer Engineering. While I was admitted into Purdue as "Exploratory Studies" (Purdue's fancy term for undecided major), during the first semester I practically took the FYE curriculum, and this semester I officially transferred into FYE.
Disclaimer: While you used to be ablr to transfer from Exploratory Studies to FYE after one semester by taking a math, science, and engineering/engluhd class, I believe starting from next year you will only be able to transfer directly into your major, which of course has more requirements, instead of FYE.
Oh also, quick note: don't ever retake classes at Purdue, you literally gain nothing by taking or re-taking useless gen-ed classes since most majors care about your 'major-specific' GPA (which for STEM majors is math, engineering, etc), and you REALLY don't want to re-take classes which count towards this GPA.
Transferring community college (extremely useful!) and other credits to Purdue
I'm placing this section first and foremost because it's immensely useful, and I would highly recommend anyone with ANY spare time whatsoever during the summer pursue this option. Using [this extremely useful tool]( https://mypurdueplan.purdue.edu/dashboard/dashboard
), you can search exactly which classes from which colleges and universities Purdue accepts transfer credits from. For reference, as an engineering student, my first year's schedule would look something like this (note that I simplified the class names for readability):
- MA 16100 (General Calculus I)
- CHM 11500 (General Chemistry)
- ENGR 13100 (Engineering I)
- [Transferrable] ENGL 10600/10800 (English)
- MA 16200 (General Calculus II)
- PHYS 17200 (General Physics)
- ENGR 13200 (Engineering II)
- [Transferrable] COM 11400 (Basically speech class)
You're also required to take one science selective (listed in the FYE requirements I linked above), which is CS 15900 for anyone looking to apply for Computer Engineering second semester. Now, the important thing is that you can knock out two of those classes, namely English and Communication Studies, as well as most other general education requirements, just by taking them during the summer!
This also works for numerous classes including differential equations, etc. The best part about this is that you can transfer only the credits to Purdue
, meaning you only have to technically pass the class. You can read more about the transfer credit policy [here]( https://www.admissions.purdue.edu/transfercredit/index.php
). I would highly recommend EVERYONE proceed with this if possible, because it shaves off so much time and hassle off your university career.
The First-Year Engineering program at Purdue
Purdue's FYE program is slightly special - even though you could've been 'admitted' into an engineering major, everyone technically follows the FYE curriculum. The important thing is that everyone must apply for their engineering major (T2M as I mentioned earlier) during second semester after completing their base curriculum. I've heard varying opinions about the difficulty to get into different majors, but to sum it up I guess:
- Most programs are not near capacity, so you should get in (don't count my word for it) assuming you have a decent GPA (3+, 3.2+???). I think ECE counts in this list, and electrical engineering is easier to get into than computer engineering.
- Programs which are small or are extremely competitive obviously have higher requirements to get in. Purdue hasn't published decent statistics about the T2M program (where you transition to major second semester), but the difficult majors are supposed to be mechanical engineering, aerospace and aeronautical engineering, and bio-medical engineering. I'm pretty sure I missed a few, so feel free to correct me in the comments.
Now, let me talk about the different classes you're required to take during your freshman year at Purdue for FYE, and my personal opinions on each one. Please note that some classes which I mark as easy aren't easy to everyone, and vice versa for hard classes. Note that all classes other than ENGL, COM (not listed because I transferred credit) and ENGR 13100/13200 (Engineering classes in classroom sizes of around 120) are your typical lecture hall classes of >200:
- (HARD) MA 16100/16200: While I didn't take these classes at Purdue because of transferred AP Calculus BC credit, I've taken MA 26100 (MultiVariable Calculus) during my first semester and am currently taking MA 26500 (Linear Algebra) this semester. To put it bluntly, it's pretty HELL to take general math at Purdue. Do whatever you must, take double classes during the summer, just DO NOT take these three classes (including 26100) at Purdue if you can. In comparison to my brother who's currently taking the MA 26100 equivalent at UW-Seattle... Over there, they give him three hours for nine easier questions. At Purdue, they give you 2 hours for twelve harder questions. The math department is known to curve final grades depending on recitation (TA sessions with quizzes and stuff) performance, and generally it's not a pleasant experience. The class itself is just Calculus BC, though.
- (EASY) CHM 11500: It's your general chemistry class, going over things like Lewis Structures, polymers, hydrocarbons and all that juicy goodness from my exam I just took today. I never took chemistry in high-school so I'm not sure what they cover and don't cover, but that's kinda what we learn here. They drop the lowest midterm out of three or half your final, whichever makes your grade higher. Also has labs, of course.
- (RIDICULOUSLY EASY...when I took it) PHYS 17200: Apparently, this class used to be hell on Earth such that average midterms are 40% and our Halloween joke this year at some dining halls were 'spooky' PHYS 17200 tests. This year, apparently, they reformed and my god is it fucking easy. To put it straight, exam averages sat around an 82%, which I honestly believe should be higher because literally 80-90% of the exam was from the practice test, I'm not even joking. That was the easiest A I've ever gotten, and I hope it stays this way, though they might switch things around next year. Again, drop lowest midterm out of three or the final, whichever makes your grade higher, and has labs.
- (MEDIUM) CS 15900: Okay, this class is weird. They teach you C, you know, functions and loops and everything - the labs and homework are not that difficult if you follow the course programming standards and have some background in programming, it's just... the tests are actually ridiculous. Remember the APCS test? Remove the object-oriented part, make every question 'what is [variable] at this point' and add in ridiculous traps like integer division, 'does this for loop even run lol' and tracking tables. Also add course programming standards which you can't really easily access. This class is alright if you've been paying attention in class and taking notes, just be warned that the tests are nowhere near actual programming versus 'ha-gotchu' problems.
- (MEDIUM) ENGR 13100/13200: This is your typical engineering group-based class. Basically, you're assigned to groups where you learn programming stuff (Excel first semester and Matlab second semester) and perform projects together, SOMETIMES do exams together (ENGR 13200 had paper exams), and complete a final project. Overall, it's alright though classwork is actually a huge chunk of your grade, don't be me and forget stuff and tank your grade by 5+%. If you're good at programming, this really helps, though teamwork, cohesion, leadership, etc are also very useful skills to learn. Your final project is basically creating something that does something (ENGR 13200) or come up with a design concept (ENGR 13100). You also learn about standards, flowcharts, teaming stuff, basically alot of engineering stuff which is actually pretty useful in the industry.
General miscellaneous information about stuff at Purdue
From my half-plus year at Purdue, I can probably provide some general information about the lifestyle, etc at Purdue. Note that I'm more of a nerd type though, so I don't know much about fraternities or sororities or bars or anything like that. Don't walk under the bell tower, don't walk under the bell tower, if you do you won't graduate on-time (or in four years, whichever one's right). DON'T WALK UNDER THE BELL TOWER.
- = [Food] = Not much choice of food variety seeing how we're in the mid-west and two and one hours' drive away from Chicago and Indianapolis respectively. If you come from California like me, you'll soon be missing the food in and around Purdue. The food itself is decent and on the 'higher side' apparently, though some say that's just because of their sheer variety. There are multiple dining courts around campus and some other places you can occasionally use meal-swipes at - a total of five dining courts. While some have their 'specialties,' they swap their menus around every meal. You can check Purdue's website [here]( https://dining.purdue.edu/ResidentialDining/locations/index.html) pretty far in advance for meals.
For on-campus food, Wiley is most known for their build-your-own pasta station and their 'carving bar,' which sometimes has some really good stuff like steak. Hillenbrand actually jumps around all the time and sometimes does wings, noodles, quesadillas... Windsor is best known for its decent vegetarian selection and their 'Chipotle station' where you can create a bowl with fajitas, rice, different types of salsas and free guacamole mwahahahaha
, so I would recommend there as well. Earhart is known for their 'stir fry chow-mein' station where you fill a bowl with noodles, ingredients, and sauce and they stir-fry it for you. They also have a rotating baking station which does build-your-own mini pizzas and pasta bowls. Lastly, Ford is known for their 'heavy' spread of food at their barbecue station which usually involves hamburgers, pulled pork, etc, alongside some main dishes of pasta, potatoes, etc. They also have an Asian section where there are things like orange chicken, pot-stickers, cabbage, etc. By the way, don't expect Purdue to EVER get rice right - I don't know why, but I've never seen rice cooked correctly there (it's always under-cooked) other than the Mexican-style rice, which comes pre-cooked in a bag...
As for non-dining court options, there's overpriced Cosi (basically panera), Cary Knight Spot Grill (basically a burger place on-campus) and Pete's Za (pizza place, self-explanatory). There's also some variety at the PMU (Purdue Memorial Union) but I don't eat there much.
Off-campus, there are some pretty good places nearby within walking distance. For Asian food, there's Yummy Time (Korean), Fishya and Maje Sushi (Japanese), Basil Thai (Thai), Rice Cafe and Happy China (Westernized Chinese), and Peppercorn Kitchen if you walk a little farther (Actual Chinese). There's also a milk tea place in Chauncey (a small strip-mall right next to campus) where some of these restaurants are, with one milk-tea place for all you addicts. I don't know much about non-Asian food, but there's La Hacienda if you walk east towards the bridge and then turn left at the slant, that one burrito-thing place across from Chauncey, and Chipotle right next to Chauncey as well.
- = Entertainment = I'll be honest with everyone, I don't really explore around Purdue much, mainly because there's not really much around Purdue. If you're someone who really likes driving around and trying out places nearby, I hate to say it but there's practically nothing around Purdue other than the necessities. If you drive two hours and one hour to Chicago and Indianapolis, respectively, of course there's some stuff there, but no huge shopping malls or anything within walking or bus distance. Some say it helps foster a better study environment (says all parents)...
- = Residence Halls = Okay, this is gonna take awhile. Basically, you have the choice between non-AC doubles (triples and quads if you're in Cary, and really broke), AC doubles, apartment-style, singles, and suite singles (with a bathroom). I won't be talking about off-campus Purdue housing like Blackbird Farms or the women's residence halls because I don't have any experience, sorry!
If you look at Purdue on the map, the non-AC doubles is the H-shaped residence hall (Tarkington) right south of the football stadium, with Cary Quad to the right also having a few non-AC rooms. The residence hall right beneath Tarkington, Wiley, is basically a copy-paste replica. These rooms are practically the same as the AC rooms size-wise and amenity-wise, except there's no internal ventilation and you have to keep the windows open 24/7 (which surprisingly doesn't get any water or snow in even when it's raining). These dorms are a helluva lot cheaper compared to the AC rooms, almost 1.5-2k$ cheaper (around 3.5k$?)
- of course, their bathrooms aren't as nice, etc etc, BUT they're a lotcloser to the academic buildings near the east. ==AC DOUBLES==
These are located at Wiley (the southern H building south of the stadium), the south-western cluster of residence halls (Hillenbrand, Earhart, Harrison, McCutcheon), and I believe Hawkins (south-east, across the PMU). The south-west cluster of residence halls are a lot newer built, have AC and everything, but are pretty far from academic buildings (double the distance compared to from Tarkington and Cary) and are more expensive (>5k$ per year)
. There's also Shreve to the east of this cluster, but that's generally reserved for the Honors program (which I'll mention later if I remember). Hawkins, lastly is closer to the academic buildings and runs the same cost as the western cluster, however while I haven't been there much personally it's not as nice compared to the south-western cluster of residence halls. However, you're ridiculously close to class, which is a plus for some people. ==APARTMENT-STYLE==
This includes Hilltop Apartments (which I don't know anything about, unfortunately), and Third Street Suites. In Third Street Suites, which runs upwards of 7k$ per year
, each 'suite' includes two bedrooms, a bathroom with one sink and one shower, and a living room, which are shared between four students. The decor is definitely a lotnicer compared to the other residence halls I've mentioned so far, and has an expensive feel to it. It's usually the extra living-room and bathroom which makes most people choose Third Street Suites (by the way, they're also building Third Street Suites North, though I have no idea when that's gonna finish), though some also enjoy having a Starbucks and convenience store downstairs. Furthermore, I would argue that Third Street and Honors (again, gonna mention later) have the best location on-campus to reach everything, with Third Street (the street) being extremely convenient to reach almost all places on campus. ==SINGLES==
These are located at Cary, Hawkins, Honors, and some other places I don't remember. Some rooms are single singles (with space half that of a double), and some are double singles (with space that of a double). Unfortunately, most of the double singles are always somehow pre-reserved by graduate students and/or priority students or something, though you may eventually get lucky. Not much else to say about them. ==SUITE SINGLES==
Okay, this only exists at First Street Suites, which lies south of everything, laterally between the McCutcheon/Harrison/etc cluster and Honors (if you understand what I'm getting at). These are the most luxurious places to live on campus, though honestly you might as well just live off-campus if you're going to pay upwards of 9k$ per year
. These come with a bathroom inside a single, though I have no idea the size, nor what it looks like because I've never actually been there.
~~Actually lemme finish this later I gotta finish my CS homework~~ Completed!
I'm tired, maybe I'll work on this later.
Edit 1: Changed one piece of info - apparently you can T2M any semester, my bad! Also added blocks of text
Edit 2: Fixed some info about transitioning into FYE and about Wiley Residence Hall
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2019.01.01 02:12 Bricktec LO MEJOR DE LA MÚSICA ELECTRÓNICA DE 2018
El año 2018 concluye y en la escena de la música electrónica deja un resultado agridulce, debido a que fue un año lleno de altibajos pues en cuestión de popularidad esta se quedó por debajo de otros géneros en la música, además de sucesos a resaltar como la muerte del conocido dj y productor “ AVICII o el retiro temporal de productores como Hardwell o Carnage, pero del otro lado de las cosas se destaca el crecimiento de productores emergentes como San holo, Rezz, Alison wonderland, Slander entre otros muchos, el aumento de presencia en festivales, clubes y charts de subgéneros como el Tech house y el Drum & Bass, pero sobre esto los subgéneros recientes que dominaron la preferencia y notoriedad este año tales como el Future bass, Future House o Bass House, después de este breve repaso del año, lo importante fue la cantidad de producciones estrenadas, muchas de estas con gran calidad, frescura y originalidad de lo cual varios tracks, EP´s y álbumes fueron hechos, y que medida que pasaban los meses fueron los encargados de darle la esencia de este año.
Es así como a continuación se presenta un trabajo de todo un año de analizar, escuchar y recopilar tracks de mas de 320 sellos discográficos y más de 1500 productores diferentes
Para generar una lista que contiene 5 de las mejores compilaciones 10 de los mejores álbumes, 22 EP´s y 260 tracks que marcaron el año y se encargaron de darle esencia, muchas de las producciones se quedaron fuera pues el resultado sería más grande y el objetivo es darle enfoque a lo mejor de lo mejor, cave informar que se contemplaron los tracks lanzados hasta el último día del año. Esta lista está dedicada a los verdaderos amantes de la música electrónica
, a los que escuchan todos sus subgéneros (Techno, House, Trance, Tech House, Hardstyle Dubstep,Drum & Bass, Glitch hop, Future Bass,House, Big room, Electro House, Future House, Ambient, Deep House Indie dance, Etc. Con gran gozo.
Espero disfruten de un arduo trabajo que se hizo con cariño
, pueden disfrutar de toda la música por medio de una listas echas en spotify, no duden en difundir este trabajo. BEST ALBUMS 2018: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6SMD6zrHoLnH0yWUsAO19w BEST COMPILATIONS 2018: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/65YmBMEhB6fDBmxSfkeNhF BEST EP´S 2018: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5hNGtyJeOguK3aBdjargv0 BEST TRACKS OF 2018: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2mQI3wIIOU8lE4eP7H6UYY A CONTINUACIÓN LAS LISTAS COMPLETAS BEST ALBUMS 2018
BEST COMPILATIONS 2018
- SAKARCHI & STREANUS -STEAL CHICKENS FROM MEN AND THE FUTURE FROM GOD
- DJ KOZE - KNOCK KNOCK
- SAN HOLO - ÁLBUM 1
- MARIBOU STATE - KINGDOMS IN COLOUR
- LASZLO - LIFTTOF
- GETTER - VICERAL
- KALIPO - SPACE BOB
- RENÉ LAVICE -FAR FROM PERFECT
- JOE FORD- COLORS IN SOUND
- CALIBRE – SHELFLIFE 5
BEST EP´S 2018
- DRUMCODE RÉCORDS - A-SIDES VOL.7
- HOSPITAL RECORDS - SICK MUSIC 2018
- LIQUICITY RECORDS - GALAXY OF DREAMS VOL. 3
- VARIOUS ARTISTS - CHILLHOP ESSENTIALS SPRING 2018
- LIQUID BOPPERS - THE RETURN
BEST TRACKS OF 2018
- I-CUE - LOVING THE SOUND EP
- MARCIOZ - HOW TO MAKE LOVE $TAY EP
- TASKA BLACK - MINDS EP
- THE NICEGUYS - HACIENDA FUNK EP
- JOESKI - MIND FUNK EP
- KOLT - OCTOPUS EP
- SPAOW - OBASS EP
- T.U.R.F - BRING ME DOWN EP
- YARNI & JAVI -SAKURA EP
- BART SKILLS & REINIER ZONNEVELD - SNAKECHARMER EP
- MIKAEL JONASSON- KOSMOS EP
- VARIOUS ARTISTS- DANCE IDEAS 1 EP
- SCHEGG - MY HOME EP
- BAILE - SPECTRUM BIAS EP
- VONDA7 - TOGETHER EP
- HENRY SAIZ - A WALK TROUGHT THE HAZE EP
- KOVEN - REALITY REACH EP
- RICHY RAZU - CYCLES EP
- CURRENT VALUE - CITY SINDROME EP
- PISETZKY - CONQUER EP
- BILLY KENNY - BILLY KENNY & FRIENDS VOL .2 EP
- STIMMING – DIE LUFT, DER GARTEN UND DASS MER EP
FELIZ AÑO NUEVO 2019 De: Dylan (COLABORADOR OFICIAL DE WWW.MADNESSBEAT.COM)
- 1991 - THE EPIPHANY
- Á NEW AGE - CAN WE BRING IT BACK
- ADAM BEYER - YOUR MIND
- ADRENALIZE - ON THE EDGE
- AFROJACK & JEWELZ & SPARKS- ONE MORE DAY ( NICKY ROMERO REMIX)
- AIKA - SAKUMELLIA
- AIOBAHN & VIN - ABOUT U
- ALLE FARBEN & RHODES - H.O.L.Y
- ALY & FILA & EMMA HEWITT - YOU & I ( CLUB MIX)
- AMARYLLIS -AB INTRA
- ANGEMI - FIRE ( FESTIVAL MIX)
- ANTOINE DELVIG - BLONDE BREDA
- APEX - ECHOES
- ARMIN VAN BUUREN & SHAPOV - OUR ORIGIN
- ARPHEUZ - LEGEND
- ATMOZFEARS & DEMI KANON &DAVID SPECKTER - YESTERDAY
- AUDIOFREQ & DAVE REVAN - INFINITE
- BAILE- PSYCHIC BIRD
- BAKERMAT & RANDA KHAMIS -DO YOUR THING
- BALI BANDITS & BINGO PLAYERS- BODY ROCK
- BART SKILS - BELLS OF REVOLUTION
- BENSLEY - ASCENCION
- BICEP - OPAL ( FOUR TET REMIX)
- BILLY KENNY & ABBY JANE - I OPERATE ( JOSH BROWN REMIX)
- BLUE MARBLE - FLORA
- BOLIER & TROBI - IN THE WATER
- BOXPLOT & FLITE - SUNROAD
- BRANDYN BURNETTE & DWILLY - HANDS DOWN
- BUTCH - COUNTACH (KOLSCH REMIX)
- CAMO & KROOKED - SLOW DOWN ( FRED V & GRÁFIX)
- CARTOON - WATHEVER I DO ( FEINT REMIX)
- CELLDWELLER - THE IMPERIAL MARCH ( PEGBOARD NERDS REMIX)
- CHARLES J - RIDERS ON THE STORM
- CHOCOLATE PUMA & CHATEAU - GOTTA GET AWAY
- CLAPATONE - IN THE NIGHT
- CMC$ & GRX & ICONA POP- X'S
- CNOF & WESTERN SEA - AGAIN
- COLL3RK & MIKE SHIVER - SEE THE LIGHT
- CONRANK - DRUM UN TIME
- COONE - SUPERMAN
- COREY JAMES & CRUSY & JOSÉ DE MARA - 12 O'CLOCK
- COVET & SAN HOLO- SHIBUYA
- CURBI- PLAYGROUND
- DA TWEEKAZ - JÄGERMEISTER
- D'ANGELLO & FRANCIS - KINGS
- DANIEL DUBB - EMBERS
- DANNIC - TENDERLOVE
- DANNY BYRD - SALUTE
- DANNY BYRD- IDRAGON
- DANNY CRUZ - GONE
- DARREN STYLES & DOUGAL - HOME
- DARREN STYLES- SWITCH
- DAVID FORBES - EXTRA DIMENSION
- DAVIDE CARBONE - EL DORADO ( VIP MIX)
- DAWN WALL - RAIN GOD
- DEEPEND & JOE KILLINGTON - COULD BE LOVE
- DEEPEND & YOUNOTUS - WOKE UP IN BANGKOK ( CALVO REMIX)
- DELTA HEAVY- I NEED YOU
- DENIZ KOYU - ATLANTIS
- DIGITALISM - UTOPIA ( JORIS VOORN REMIX)
- DIMITRI VANGELIS & WYMAN- BORN AT NIGHT
- DIMITRI VEGAS & LIKE MIKE & WIZ KHALIFA- WHEN I GROW UP
- DIRTCAPS - RIDE
- DIRTY CHANNELS & DANNY RUSELL - WATCHIN OUT
- DIRTY PALM - FREAKSHOW
- DLR & BREAK & RANDALL - SONG AND DANCE
- DOGZILLA-WITHOUT YOU ( WILL ATIKSON REMIX)
- DOLF & WEIRD GENIUS & ROCHELLE - DREAMS
- DROELOE - LOOKING BACK
- DROELOE - MANY WORDS ( JNTHN STEIN REMIX)
- DROELOE - WEIRD MACHINE
- DROP DEPARTMENT & DAVE CRUSHER - SAXOFUNK
- DROPTEK & VORSO -SMOG
- DRUMAGICK - ALL RIGHT NOW
- DYREF - SHADOWS
- DYRO - FEEL IT COMING
- DYRO & HAILZ - AMSTERDAM
- EATS EVERYTHING - BURN
- EDDIE THONEICK - SEMPER
- EDLAN - WHATEVER YOU SAID
- ELIMINATE - WALLS
- ENVINE & CHAD KOWAL – FEELING AGAIN
- ERIC LAKE - THOSE
- FACUNDO MOHRR- FLY
- FACUNDO MOHRR- POLAROID
- FATBOY SLIM - PRAISE YOU ( PURPLE DISCO MACHINE REMIX)
- FAUL & WAD - TOKYO
- FÉLIX JAEHN - COOL
- FINN - SOMETIMES THE GOING GETS A LITTLE TOUGHT ( HIGH CONTRAST REMIX)
- FINN- SOMETIMES THE GOING GETS A LITTLE TOUGHT
- FIRELITE - YOUR LOVE
- FOX STEVENSON - BRUISES
- FOX STEVENSON - TAKE YOU DOWN
- FRIEND WITHIN - LONELY
- FTAMPA- EDM SUX
- GABRIEL BONI & JOY CORPORATION - BEST TIME OF MY LIFE
- GALANTIS - MAMA LOOK AT ME NOW
- GALANTIS- SPACESHIP
- GALAVANT- KUTA
- GETTER & NJOMZA - HOLD ON TIGHT
- GETTER & SWEETSOUND - BEST OF ME
- GHEIST - FREQUENT TENDENCIES
- GIRLS IN HAWAII - GUINEA PIG ( LOST FREQUENCIES REMIX)
- GUNZ FOR HIRE - REAL WARRIOR
- HALF & ORANGE - OLD FRIENDS
- HARDWELL & METROPLE ORKEST- CONQUERORS (FULL VERSION)
- HARDWELL & TIMMY TRUMPET - THE UNDERGROUND
- HARDWELL & VINAI-OUT OF THIS TOWN
- HARDWELL- KICKING HARD
- HEIST - AGAINST THE GRAIN ( TSUKI REMIX)
- HENRY SAIZ - CLAUSTRUM
- HIDRAULIX & OSKI - NOTHING CAN STOP ME
- HIGH CONTRAST - IF WE EVER ( UNGLUED REMIX)
- HI-LO & DADA LIFE - LOVE VIBRATIONS
- HUGH HARDIE - NIGHTINGALE
- I-CUE - LOVE SONG (INSTRUMENTAL MIX)
- ILLYUS & BARRIENTOS - SO SERIOUS
- IMPISH - RAIN
- IMPULSE & JOSH DEAMER - STAY UNTIL THE SUNRISE
- INDIVISION - INMACULATE
- INFECTED MUSHROOM - HEAD OF NASA
- JAGGS - GRAVITY
- JAK AGGAS - RUSSIAN ROULETTE
- JESSICA AUDIFFRED - STEPPIN
- JEWELZ & SPARKS- ALLÍ I SEE IS YOU ( AFROJACK EDIT)
- JONA SUL - SOUTH ZONE ( MATT KARMIL REMIX)
- JORAN VAN POL - CAPTURED
- JOYRIDE & SKRILLEX - AGEN WIDA
- JUSTIN OH - REARVIEW MIRROR
- JUSTIN OH - SHE'S A KILLER
- JUSTIN OH - U & ME
- JVST SAY YES - GIVE IT TIME ( OLIVERSE REMIX)
- KATO- MOTIONS ( BALI BANDITS REMIX)
- KEVIN DE VRIES - AURORA
- KEVIN DI SERNA - HORIZONS
- KHOMHA - WHITE SWAN
- KING ARTHUR - WHATCHYA THINKIN
- KOLSCH - EMOTICON
- KOLSCH & TIGA - HAL
- L 33 - MAFIA
- LANE 8 - NO CAPTAIN
- LARRY CADGE - HOOFER
- LASZLO - GRAVITY
- LAZY JAY - FLOAT MY BOAT ( BOUGENVILLA)
- LEGIÓN & LOGAM - I BLAME MYSELF
- LORD LEOPARD - THE BUMPS
- LOST FREQUENCIES & ZONDERLING - CRAZY ( DASH BERLÍN REMIX)
- LOST FREQUENCIES- LIKE I LOVE YOU
- LUCAS & STEVE- YOU DON'T HAVE TO LIKE IT
- LUKKIF- MINE HENDER ( BE SVENDSEN REMIX)
- LVTHER & SAVOI - THIS LOVE
- MADFACE VS COPPA & MEDITATION -WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE
- MADUK & DENNIS PEDERSEN - MILES APART
- MANSE – ALONE TOGETHER
- MARC BENJAMIN & N3ON - UNBREKEABLE HEARTS
- MARIBOU STATE & NORTH DOWNS- KINGDOOM
- MARTÍN GARRIX- YOTTABYTE
- MAXIMONO -SHE TWERK
- MEMTRIX-BLIND IN LIGHT
- MERCER - FIREWORKS
- MIJA - TALK
- MIKAEL JONASSON -SCHOLAR
- MIKAEL WEERMETS & MISHA K & KAYLA RENEE - YOU & ME
- MIKE CERVELLO & THE GALAXY - LUXOR PT.2
- MIKE MAGO - ALWAYS ON MY MIND
- MIKE WILLIAMS - THE BEAT
- MISS K8-OUT OF THE FRAME
- MITEKISS- TURN UP
- MOKITA - LONDON
- MONN - BIRDS OF LOVE (GIL SANDERS REMIX)
- MOTI - JUST DON'T KNOW IT YET
- MOVE D - LEAVES
- MOVE D - TO THE DISCO '77 ( LIVE REWORK)
- MR. BELT & WEZOL - LETS CHANT
- NEILSAN-FALLS AWAY
- NELVER - OUT OF TOUCH
- NERVO - WHAT WOULD YOU DO FOR LOVE ( WASTED PENGUINZ REMIX)
- NETSKY & A-CHAL - TEQUILA LIMONDA
- NICKY ROMERO & TAIO CRUZ - ME ON YOU
- NOAH CYRUS & MAX - TEAM ( CEDRIC GERVAIS REMIX)
- NORA EN PURE- POLYNESIA
- ORJAN NILSEN - SAVOUR THIS MOMENT
- PACSO - COASTIN THROUGH KARACHI ( EGO TRIPPIN REMIX)
- PATRIK MORENO & SAGE - SHOW YOU AGAIN
- PAX - ELECTRIC FEEL
- PHLOEM - LUMINANCE
- PILLOWTALK & TONE OF ARC - BEEN A LONG TIME
- PISETZKY- ERAN
- POLAR YOUTH - ALL NIGHT ( METRIK REMIX)
- PONTCHARTRIAN - CITLALMINA
- PRMITV - DESTROY ALL HUMANS
- PROMISE LAND - FOUND LOVE
- PROMISE LAND - LOVING YOU
- PSYKO PUNKZ - NEW EARTH ( PRO MIX)
- RADION6 - OUR BEATIFUL WORLD
- RADION6 & DAVID ASPREY - SPINN OFF
- RAM & CIARAN MCAULEY- SERENGETI ( ARTIC MOON REMIX)
- RANK 1 - L.E.D THERE BE LIGHT ( COSMIC GATE REMIX)
- RAVEN & KREYN - MUFFIN
- RE.YOU - MAPAWANI (MAIN VERSION)
- RICKY RAZU- CYCLES
- RIOT - AIWA
- RIOT TEN & KRIMER - DEM HANDS DOE
- RL GRIME & DAYA - I WANNA KNOW
- ROBERT KANFORD - ANTIGUA ( DROSOXIDE REMIX)
- RODG - TICKET TO JÚPITER
- ROGUE - FORTRESS
- ROYAL-T - FEELINGS
- RUBÉN DE RONDE & YOEL LEWIS - MADRIGAL
- SAKARCHI & STREANUS - MARCY SON WHAT
- SAN HOLO - LIFT ME FROM THE GROUND
- SAN HOLO - SHOW ME
- SAN HOLO & TASKA BLACK - RIGHT HERE, RIGHT NOW
- SAN HOLO- GO BACK IN TOME
- SANDER VAN DOORN & BELLE HUMBLE - NO WORDS
- SAXXON - YO-YO
- SEBASTIAN LEGER - SATELLITE
- SEM - YOUTH
- SERIAL KILLAZ - SPREAT OUT
- SHOWTEK & MOTI - DOWN EASY
- SICK INDIVIDUALS & NEVVE - SYMPHONY
- SIGMA- ANYWHERE
- SLANDER - HAPPY NOW
- SLUSHII - WITHOUT YOU
- SOLARSTONE - MOTIF ( CLUB MIX)
- SOPHIA KENNEDY - BEING SPECIAL
- SOPHIE FRANCIS- WEEKEND LOVE
- SOUPANDREAS & INVERNESS - HOURS
- SPAOW - SUNSHINE PLANNING
- SPECIMEN A & DEEKLINE - ALL THE WAY UP
- SUNDOGS- MAMBO BROTHERS
- SUYANO & ASTRA - BROTHERS UN ARMS
- SYN COLE- GETAWAY
- SYNTHAX - SICK & REPULSIVE
- TALLA 2XLC - THE TIME IS NOW
- TASKA BLACK - GET OUT OF MY HEAD
- TASKA BLACK - LOSING OUR MINDS
- TC & THE PROTOTYPES - SPECIES
- THE FACE & DAVID MORALES - NEEDIN' U ( RIVA STARR REMIX)
- THOMAS GOLD - BEGIN AGAIN (KOSLING REMIX)
- THOMAS NEWSON - RAGGA
- TOM STAAR & MATT HOPE - COME TOGETHER
- TOM STAR & EDDIE THONEICK - OTHERSIDE
- TONG APOLLO & NICOLE CHEN - THE SOUND OF OCEAN
- TONY JUNIOR - BETTER PART OF ME
- TOO MANY ZOOZ & KDA - WARRIORS ( ARMAND VAN HELDEN REMIX)
- TRIVECTA - AXIS
- TROPKILLAZ & MAJOR LAZER - LOKO
- TWIN MONO - TO THE BONE
- TYCHO- JETTY
- UMMET OZCAN & POLLYANNA - STARCHILD
- VALENTINE - TRAVELLING TROUGHT TIME ( NEW HORIZON 2018 ANTHEM)
- VAN DUO - US
- VENOMENAL - INDIANA SUMMER
- VICMAN ROMERO & MIKE SILDAVIA - MADE IT
- VIVID - BLACK & BLUE
- WASTED PENGUINZ & ADRENALIZE - THIS IS THE ONE
- WEHBBA - CATARSE
- WEISS - FEEL MY NEEDS
- WIWEK & MIKE CERVELLO- NI DE COÑA ( RAWTEK REMIX)
- XINOBI- FAR AWAY PLACE ( RAMPA REMIX)
- Y.V.E 48 - STILL THINK ABOUT IT
- YARNI & JAVI & AIAMA- LA VIDA ES BELLA
- ZATOX- HERO
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2017.09.09 07:02 BigJohnAustin Belated SS trade post..
Have to apologize to sacredcow133
for taking so long to post this, but life has been crazy lately. So Chad got me as his SS kid, but apparently just as he was going to send out my package, Harvey tore into Texas and so he delayed a bit to touch base with me and make sure everything would be cool if he sent. Thanks man!
On to the goodies
- Warped Lirio Rojo
- Warped Guardian of the Farm Apollo
- Warped Villa Sombra Mojitos
- Warped La Hacienda Superiores Gran Corona
- Warped Don Reynaldo
- BLTC Deliverance Corona Gorda (Ford on Fifth Exclusive)
- BLTC Last Rites Petite Lancero
- BLTC Last Rights Robusto
- Emilio Cavatina Toro
Thanks for the great selection of stuff I truly enjoy smoking :) I'll have a great time lighting up each and every one.
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2017.08.26 20:39 BryzzoDing Warped haul from Ford on Fifth
Earlier in the week Ford on Fifth ran a promo for warped. sandycohenjd
mentioned it and said that our Reddit discount also stacked on top of the 25% off. Turns out it wasn't supposed to and was later stopped, but due to CAD I immediately ordered so mine stacked too. For just under $37 I think I did pretty well.
- Maestro del Tiempo 5205
- Maestro del Tiempo 5712
- Villa Sombra Mojitos
- La Hacienda Superiores
- La Colmena No. 44
- Guardian of the Farm JJ
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2017.07.09 16:33 JustRice 144 Things to Do in Orlando. Decided by You.
For two years people have been posting hidden gems to the weekly Orlando Shining thread. I've gone through and compiled a master list, ranked by upvotes. Here are the most popular hidden gems in Orlando, along with a brief description courtesy of users.
King Bao (Dining) 26 upvotes - Steamed buns stuffed with tasty goodies.
Credo Coffee (Dining) 22 upvotes - It's a non-profit that feeds into local charities and the coffee selection is solid.
Buttermilk Bakery (Dining) 21 upvotes - Best almond croissants in town, Hell best baked goods in general.
Solar Bear (Entertainment) 20 upvotes - I know it's not a secret but Solar Bear games are pretty damn fun.
Krungthep Tea (Dining) 19 upvotes - Comfortable, quiet atmosphere; even if you don’t like tea they have amazing desserts. Worth a stop whether you think you’ll like it or not.
The Enzian (Entertainment) 17 upvotes - It had amazing atmosphere and you can order food and drinks there. Plus there is a bar attached to the movie theater if you just want a nice relaxing place to drink. Little hipster-y but just the right amount.
Pom Poms (Dining) 15 upvotes - got the thanksgiving dinner sandwich and it was phenomenal. Right next to Retro Records, a great record store with mostly older stuff, great if you're looking for an alternative to Park Ave CDs.
Rollins College Theater (Entertainment) 15 upvotes - Its called the annie russell theater. Saw there production of Urinetown, the musical and i was so blown away im now looking into season passes. Seriously can not suggest this place enough.
Bulk Nation (Shopping) 14 upvotes - It's a whole store full of bulk foods, candies, spices (Gatorade!).
Imperial Bar (Drinks) 13 upvotes - Recipe for a unique ambiance. Two thumbs up
Florida Cactus (Shopping) 13 upvotes - Has tons of cacti and succulents. Huge variety and reasonably priced.
Total Wine (Drinks) 12 upvotes - Now has a growler bar. Check out what's on tap at Colonial Town and Altamonte.
The Guesthouse (Drinks) 12 upvotes - If you haven't had a Sazerac on happy hour at the guesthouse, you may be missing one of life's simple pleasures.
Nora's Beer and Cigars (Shopping) 11 upvotes - Today I discovered Nora's beer and cigars, on Virginia Dr. Having a rough day and in search of a convenience store (in a neighborhood I'm unfamiliar with), I stumbled upon this gem. She carries an assortment of beer and cigars, in a quirky home-like setting, and her doggos have free reign. It's the definition of hole in the wall, but I found some Zen there.
Veggie Garden (Dining) 10 upvotes - Vegan Vietnamese and their pho is amazing (honestly might prefer the broth to the normal beef kind) and their other dishes are really good too. Most expensive thing on the menu is $8, it's great.
Le Gourmet Break (Dining) 10 upvotes - Just had lunch there for the first time today, and holy shit that housemade baguette.
Red Cypress Brewery (Drinks) 10 upvotes - In Winter Springs has some really good beer on draft.
Player One (Drinks) 10 upvotes - A video game arcade where all the games are free (after $2-5 cover charge) and they 30+ great beers on tap.
Community Thrift Store (Shopping) 10 upvotes - Little thrift shop on orange right next to bakery plus called the community thrift shop. The owners are these two nice ladies who basically use a storefront to hoard their weird and bizarre crap
Plant Street Market (Shopping) 10 upvotes - In Winter Garden. I had never heard of it before. It was really cool. permalinkembed
Carmine Boutique (Shopping) 10 upvotes - Cool ass weird ass shit in there and we loved it. The woman there told me they have events to keep checking their fb and I like checking out different things so this was a fun discovery for me.
Izziban BBQ (Dining) 9 upvotes - All you can eat meats and sushi. Amazing.
Valhalla Bakery (Dining) 9 upvotes - Valhalla Bakery on South Street has unbelievable donuts. Today's specials were Triple Berry Lemon, Vanilla Mocha, Thin Mint, Glorious Glazed, Chocolate Sprankle, and Fruity Pebbz. Each day they have different flavors. Hands down the best donuts in Orlando.
Rice and Noodles (Dining) 9 upvotes - I'm sure its not new at all but it was seriously delicious and they are BYOB jus make sure you give one bottle to the chef! i never been to a ramen place before so i didnt got for them but they also had "hot tables" where you make the ramen tableside.
Neighborhood Eatery (Dining) 9 upvotes - It's in downtown Orlando. I got the hot dog and fries. It was so delicious! The french fries were perfectly crisped. The hot dog's bun was toasted. It was a perfectly made meal.
Lancaster Park (Outdoor) 9 upvotes - Amazing
Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive (Outdoor) 9 upvotes - t's free, and pretty damn cool if you got a couple hours to kill Friday through sunday.
Little Econ Greenway (Outdoor) 9 upvotes - It's a decently long paved trail that follows the little econ River on the east side of town near colonial. Plenty of wildlife and nature but you feel safe and at ease on the trail
Rock and Roll Heaven (Shopping) 9 upvotes - It's a record/CD store off Orange Ave in the Ivanhoe area. Tons of records and CDs. Awesome place
Hot Dog Heaven (Dining) 8 upvotes - It's a great hot dog stand--traditional hot dog, which you can get served Chicago styles.
Jack and Mary's (Dining) 8 upvotes - Great breakfast spot.
Saigon Flavors (Dining) 8 upvotes - It is the bomb if you like viet food and live in that area def worth a check
Market on South (Dining) 8 upvotes - So good. Their Mac and cheese is just insane.
Hawkers (Dining) 8 upvotes - It was delicious, I'll be returning fo sho.
Sweet Mama's (Dining) 8 upvotes - Awesome little restaurant with some great home-style food.
East End Market (Shopping) 8 upvotes - The east end market, you will like it trust me
Bakery Plus (Dining) 7 upvotes - There is seriously no better Sour Creme Old Fashioned donut in existence.
Achilles Art Cafe (Dining) 7 upvotes - Walking in i thought i was out of my depth (hipstery to hell) but the amazing food changed my mind.
Pho Curry Ford (Dining) 7 upvotes - Pho Curry Ford is amazing and the service was fantastic!
The Phoenix (Drinks) 7 upvotes - The Phoenix in downtown Orlando is one of the most beautiful bars I've ever been to here. It's right around the corner from Joysticks. It's a craft cocktail bar and the inside reminds me of something from the Great Gatsby
Dead Lizard (Drinks) 7 upvotes - Nice little bar with some tasty beers on tap.
Magnolia Park (Outdoor) 7 upvotes - a small park outside of Orlando on the shore of Lake Apopka. Peaceful space with basketball courts, playgrounds, walking trail that can follow around the lake as well as a campground and boat launch. Wonderful piece of nature hidden just ~30 minutes from the heart of Orlando
Nature Trails @ UCF (Outdoor) 7 upvotes - My first and personal favorite is the Arboretum trail network, which has been empty each time I've walked it so far. The other is the Lake Claire trail which has some outdoor exercise machines and nice, shady rec areas.
Clemons Produce (Shopping) 7 upvotes - The place is awesome, good quality and prices, and it's helping me finally get away from shopping at Publix.
903 Mills Market (Dining) 6 upvotes - Super Tasty and Chill
Big Kahuna's Poke Bowls (Dining) 6 upvotes - Super fresh fish, lots of excellent toppings, and really genuinely helpful and friendly staff. They're having a "official" ribbon cutting/party on Thursday at 5:30p with free appetizers and corn hole and kind of a block party vibe.
Indigo's (Dining) 6 upvotes - Indigo's on Howell Branch next to Donut King has great smoothies.
Ash's Coffee House (Dining) 6 upvotes - It's a downtempo euro style coffee house and deli with great food and a pretty solid beer selection. Going there literally got my girlfriend, best friend, his girlfriend and myself through college. A million times better than Starbucks
Bar Taco (Dining) 6 upvotes - Those duck tacos are on point
Hotto Potto (Dining) 6 upvotes - I Ate there last night with some friends and it was a really good experience. Apparently they are the only Hot Pot restaurant in Orlando.
Harp and Celt (Dining) 6 upvotes - Chill atmosphere, huge projection screen for sports and good food.
Black Bean Deli (Dining) 6 upvotes - Absolutely delicious
Brass Tap (Dining) 6 upvotes - $2 tacos on Tuesdays (the fish one was great) and 60 beers on tap, with probably double that in bottles. Would be a great place to catch a Magic game during the week with its outdoor seating and plenty of TVs.
Crafted (Dining) 6 upvotes - While I found theor prices a little high for the type of place it is, the food lives up to it. I had the mojo chicken wings last time I was there and it was delicious. Their drink selection is great as well. Full bar and a hefty list of craft beers. I would recommend it in a heartbeat.
Lombardi's Seafood (Dining) 6 upvotes - Grilled fish of the day, hush puppies, salad, and cole slaw for under $10.
Pio Pio (Dining) 6 upvotes - International drive area; best rotisserie chicken I've ever tasted.
Q'Kenan (Dining) 6 upvotes - Venezuelan restaurant. Very tiny, get the Cachapas.
Island Time (Drinks) 6 upvotes - For $1 more, Island Time in Thornton Park will add a few scoops of ice cream to any stout to turn it into a float. You can also get fancy popsicles in your champagne, since you probably shouldn't get more than one stout float per night.
Helicopter Tours (Entertainment) 6 upvotes - The $20 helicopter tours on IDrive are awesome. It's a really, really short 3 minute ride, but if you've never been in a helicopter before it's a really cool way to experience it for relatively cheap.
Orange County Animal Shelter (Entertainment) 6 upvotes - It's a great thing that helps people to adopt dogs routinely banned by apartment complexes and insurance companies.
Downtown Sanford (Shopping) 6 upvotes - I cannot reiterate enough how much I love historic downtown Sanford. Spent the entire afternoon just wandering the shops and farmer's market with my girlfriend and had a blast.
Mia's Asian Grocery (Shopping) 6 upvotes - Very few people were there when I was but it must do good business on weekends or something because it was about Publix sized.
Ravenous Pig (Dining) 5 upvotes - Amazing all around. Great food and really good wine with exceptional service as well. A bit pricey but worth every single penny.
Lineage Coffee (Dining) 5 upvotes - So delicious, highly recommend. I tried a honey iced latte and am dying for another one
Tako Cheena (Dining) 5 upvotes - Asian inspired Latin food it was so good! I will say though I've only had the tacos but they were bangin.
JJ's Grille (Dining) 5 upvotes - This place puts Chipotle to shame and I haven't been able to go back to Chipotle knowing this place is close to where I live.
The Doghouse (Dining) 5 upvotes - Attached to the Soda Fountain ice cream shop. A little expensive for hot dogs, but they have tons of toppings and loaded tots too!
Sloppy Taco Palace (Dining) 5 upvotes - Great little dive bar with the best drunk tacos ever!
Tasty Wok (Dining) 5 upvotes - Tasty wok is great! Just don't be surprised when you see ducks hanging around once you get inside
My Family's Chicken (Dining) 5 upvotes - A very unassuming, almost hole in the wall restaurant serving Peruvian Chicken. Their food was delicious and you definitely get your food bang for your buck.
Hutchinson Farm Winery (Drinks) 5 upvotes - It isn't in Orlando but is in Apopka. It is a hidden cozy winery down a not so well trodden path. My friends and I rode our bikes over there and the road to get there seemed like something out of a horror film.
Night Shark Fishing (Entertainment) 5 upvotes -
SAK Improv (Entertainment) 5 upvotes - Fun improv.
Third Floor Gallery @ Downtown Grand Bohemian (Entertainment) 5 upvotes -
Lake Monroe (Outdoor) 5 upvotes - On the north side of the lake, right off the bike trail is Green Springs Park. Little slice on untouched Florida. Just beautiful. Only problem was the water fountain water didn't look clean.
Port of Sanford (Outdoor) 5 upvotes - Rented a pontoon boat at port of Sanford, took it up the St. John's to blue springs, tied it to a tree and went swimming. Drank some beers and explored some canals and got back just before the PM storms!
Palmer Feed Store (Shopping) 5 upvotes - I originally went there to see if they had rabbit food, (they do) and I saw baby chickens in the back and lost my damn mind! So cute and they told me they sell fresh goats milk if I happen to have puppies with a mom who won't feed/care for them. (
Palace Coop (Shopping) 5 upvotes - They are a sustainable co-op out of somewhere here in Orlando-area. But I actually discovered them a couple weeks ago at the Audubon Monday Market. They were selling microgreens for $2/oz. Absolutely delicious!
Coolstuff Games (Shopping) 5 upvotes - If anyone is into gaming like magic, heroclix, X-wing TMG or whatever definitely check them out. They are a huge online retailer with great prices.
Sushi Kichi (Dining) 4 upvotes - unassuming Japanese restaurant near SeaWorld. Only one visit so far but will return for the delicious, fresh food
Meatball Stoppe (Dining) 4 upvotes - The owners are a very nice couple and they went over the whole menu with us. I got a meatball sandwich and my wife got the eggplant stack (basically eggplant parm) and both were very delicious. We will definitely be going back soon.
Best fish and chicken wings (Dining) 4 upvotes - In Sanford. Don't let the name or location fool you. It is a Korean wing shop and they also serve bulgogi. Sweet lord is it good, homemade kimchi (3 kinds) the Korean style wings are to die for. The pork egg rolls and dumplings are heaven.
Mrs. Potato (Dining) 4 upvotes - one of those hole in the wall restaurants that you walk in with low expectations and walk out thinking about your next visit.
Yellow Dog Eats (Dining) 4 upvotes - Very cool place
Little Saigon (Dining) 4 upvotes - There is a great restaurant called Little Saigon in the Vietnamese district off of Interstate Road 50
Il pescatore pizzeria (Dining) 4 upvotes - It turned out to be pretty good!
Two Chefs Seafood (Dining) 4 upvotes - On magnolia next to the Wells Fargo building. If you love seafood check it out!
The Tennessee Truffle (Dining) 4 upvotes - Food is amazing and the owner is a awesome guy. Check it out. Open for breakfast and lunch, most everything is homemade and locally sourced...save room foe his homemade ice cream, holy heaven.
Sanctum Cafe (Dining) 4 upvotes - If you stop in, the Dipaolo pasta is a must try. Really friendly service. They also do coffee but I didn't get a chance to try this time.
Border Grill (Dining) 4 upvotes - Dont let the looks fool you, the place looks like a hole in the wall but the food is outstanding. Its probably the best Mexican food Ive had in Orlando.
Bagel King (Dining) 4 upvotes - I recommend the bacon egg and cheese on a plain bagel with provolone and crispy bacon.
Shishco Mezze and Grill (Dining) 4 upvotes - Ridiculously good food for cheap.
St. Anejo (Dining) 4 upvotes - It was pretty damn delicious
Caro-Bama Food Truck (Dining) 4 upvotes - Slider sampler at the caro-bama food truck and its probably among the best bbq Ive ever had.
Pig Floyd's (Dining) 4 upvotes - Also giving a shout-out to a Pig Floyd's, which I finally got around to. We took our corgi and sat on the patio out front. The food was great, but we had the most fun referencing Sodo Sopa because the area reminded us of the episode.
Cafe Pinar (Dining) 4 upvotes - Makes one of the best Cuban sandwiches I've ever had.
Sushi Pop (Dining) 4 upvotes - The food is simply divine. Their sushi is easily the best I've ever had - it's super fresh, complex and has amazing combinations of flavors that I have never experienced before.
Chef's Table (Dining) 4 upvotes - Chef's Table at the Edgewater Hotel in Winter Garden... great food!
Roller Derby League (Entertainment) 4 upvotes - I recently found the local Roller Derby League and have started to volunteer with it. I'm having a lot of fun getting acquainted with the sport.
K1 Speed (Entertainment) 4 upvotes - It was a lot of fun and really exceeded my expectations! In my opinion, they did a very good job of setting things up to appeal to a wide range of people
North Shore of Lake Apopka (Outdoor) 4 upvotes - an be reached from Magnolia Park. It's very quiet and very chill. It's not paved/poorly paved, so I wouldn't recommend riding anything but a decent mountain bike over it (took my road bike over it this morning). You can walk it, but it goes around the northern side of the lake and Lake Apopka is big, so I wouldn't walk it. Gets you away from the city, I couldn't hear anything but birds and other wildlife, except for the occasional construction equipment on certain areas of the preserve.
Fit Life (Shopping) 4 upvotes - they have these pre-made meals that actually taste good and are low calorie high protein!
Farm-Haus (Shopping) 4 upvotes - There is a great local small business called Farm-Haus. They serve ready to eat meals out of East end market in Audubon Park. You can also get it delivered in the downtown area. There is one meal choice a day. The menu changes every week. Its locally sourced and delicious.
Science Night Live (To Do) 4 upvotes - Once a month they open up late to 21+ and they serve alcohol and you play with the science things!
DoveCote Orlando (Dining) 3 upvotes - Amazing cocktails and the staff are extremely friendly.
Fuzzy's Taco Shop (Dining) 3 upvotes - Not sure how this place ever evaded my Tex-Mex and queso
NY Deli (Dining) 3 upvotes - Delicious, generous portions, and affordable.
Cafe Panuzzo's Italian Eatery (Dining) 3 upvotes - Best Italian food in Orlando hands down!
Sushi Station (Dining) 3 upvotes - Same serving style as Qdoba next door. One thing I don't care about at Q is that I always feel rushed to make up my mind on what I want for toppings...the plate is already at the register before I can decline the common item or ask for some additional item. Sus Hi was the opposite of that, they pointed out what choices I had, made recommendations of sauces would go well, etc. I guess the downside would be if the place is packed, the order-line may be longer.
Linda's La Cantina (Dining) 3 upvotes - I had a strong martini and a great steak. I'd ask them to go easy on the seasoning next time. My wife and I split the 1 1/2lb T-bone, but next time I might just opt for the 12oz filet.
Softios (Dining) 3 upvotes - Latin-inspired menu, delicious Cuban sandwich and a delightful Tres Leches. Highly recommend.
Austin's Coffee (Dining) 3 upvotes - They have a bunch of board games you can play, and sometimes bands play or they have stand up. I don't know how popular this place is, I just found out about it last week
Tienda Mexicana Jalisco (Dining) 3 upvotes - There's a small kitchen in the back where they make all sorts of awesome authentic Mexican foods. Make sure you know a little spanish though, depending on who is working they may or may not speak English.
Fresco Cucina Italia (Dining) 3 upvotes - I love Fresco Cucina Italia at 7721 Turkey Lake Road. My husband is super picky about restaurants because he's a chef, and I finally found a winner with this place!
Wa Sushi (Dining) 3 upvotes - On Seminola has some boss ramen bowl
La Hacienda Market y Taqueria (Dining) 3 upvotes - Fantastic Mexican food at a great price. Their salsas and hot sauce are amazing. They also have anything you could ever want to make Mexican at home including hard to find meats and peppers.
Southern Smoked Fish & Ribs (Dining) 3 upvotes - The ribs were quite tasty and a pretty sizable portion.
Sapparo Ramen (Dining) 3 upvotes - Also got to try Sapparo Ramen for the first time because it's across the street and daaaammmmnnnnn. Service was super unorganized but it was so good.
Koy Wan Buffet (Dining) 3 upvotes - I've been to them all, and so far that one outranks all of em.
Amuras (Dining) 3 upvotes - Sushi restaurant in Lake Mary/Heathrow. Incredible food.
Hourglass Brewery (Drinks) 3 upvotes - Great craft brews, friendly staff and cool atmosphere...a Tardis, Star Wars memorabilia...went for trivia night which was fun.
Ten10 Brewery (Drinks) 3 upvotes - Their beers are amazing, the people are super nice, and it's in a good location.
Earls (Drinks) 3 upvotes - Went last night (Tuesday) for half off wine bottles. Good deal if you like to get boozy.
Aku Aku Tiki Bar (Drinks) 3 upvotes - This little bar that serves all the mixed drinks in cool tikki glasses by lake eola next to stardust (bar is all tikki themed)
Whirlydome (Entertainment) 3 upvotes - Bumper cars + basketball + lacrosse. Sounds weird but it's super fun!
Exotic Animal Experience (Entertainment) 3 upvotes - It's a hands on experience with exotic animals such as lemurs, a wallaby, kangaroos, and many more animals. It is a bit pricey. But it was a fun experience. If you like cute furry animals, Google "Exotic Animal Experience Orlando".
Wekiva Falls RV park (Outdoor) 3 upvotes - Bad ass primitive camping spots along the wekiva river. Very secluded, water front. Go swimming or pull up your canoe right next to your tent.
Create Your Nature (Dining) 2 upvotes - I love getting breakfast there.
Theo's Greek Kitchen (Dining) 2 upvotes - Best Greek food I've found since moving back from NY... holy crap its so good... i might run down there for lunch and grab a giant meatfilled salad
The Pie Orlando (Dining) 2 upvotes - Tried a new-to-me wood-fired pizza place in College Park tonight, The Pie Orlando. And the square goodness of the margarita pizza definitely made an excellent impression. Delicious sauce, too!
Bugambilias (Dining) 2 upvotes - Discover a local Mexican place Bugambilias on Lancaster road that was just...yes. Just yes.
Blaze Pizza (Dining) 2 upvotes - Blaze Pizza at Disney Springs, great value for what you get and pizzas are delicious!
Dandelion Communitea Cafe (Dining) 2 upvotes - I know it's been around a long time, but Dandelion Communitea Cafe makes amazing vegan/vegetarian wraps. Just had some yesterday. I'm not vegetarian but soooooo delicious!
Ferg's Depot (Dining) 2 upvotes - Awesome!! Great menu and amazing atmosphere in the former train Depot.
Black Rooster (Dining) 2 upvotes -
Linda's Winter Park Diner (Dining) 2 upvotes - Really terrific. Large delicious portions and quite homey. Looking forward to my next visit.
Se7en Bites (Dining) 2 upvotes - Oh my god their southern cuban is amazing.
Ms. Bee's Popcorn (Dining) 2 upvotes - Super flavorful gourmet popcorn.
TR Fire Grill (Dining) 2 upvotes - The food is amazing and the service is top notch. If your into chicken and waffles they have a Wisconsin cheddar bacon dusted waffle with 2 huge pieces of perfectly fried chicken.
Deadly Sins Brewery (Drinks) 2 upvotes - A lot of nice Saisons and food trucks today.
Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Loch Haven Park (Entertainment) 2 upvotes -
Silver Glen Springs (Outdoor) 2 upvotes - It's about an hour north or Orlando and has crystal clear water, cool fish and good swimming.
Lake Highland Park (Outdoor) 2 upvotes - Beautiful lakefront field perfect for lazing around reading a book or taking a nap!
Sunset @ Sodo Target (Outdoor) 1 upvotes - If you go to the top of the parking garage right before sunset you get one of the best free sunset views in orlando. It's starting to catch on. This week there were people with lawn chairs and coolers out there. It's becoming a little sunset hang spot. Super chill but if you go don't be an asshole so they throw us out.
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