Today, Resonance Music & Arts Festival announced its first headliner for 2018: Brain Damaged Eggmen, the long-inactive side project featuring Brendan Bayliss, Jake Cinninger, and Kris Myers of Umphrey’s McGee and Marc Brownstein and Aron Magner of The Disco Biscuits which pays tribute to two iconic rock and roll outfits, Pink Floyd and The Beatles. As noted by Resonance Music Festival in an announcement posted on Facebook, this will be Brain Damaged Eggmen’s sole performance of 2018.The long-running spinoff band’s special performance at Resonance Music & Arts Festival this year will mark Brain Damaged Eggmen’s first performance since 2012, when the band performed at Summer Camp Music Festival, marking a gap of six years. The Umphrey’s McGee/Disco Biscuits tribute to The Beatles and Pink Floyd was particularly active from 2006 to 2008, before more or less dropping off the map, save for rare performances in the years since.“Fearless” & “Tomorrow Never Knows” – Summer Camp Music Festival 2012[Video: SummerCampFest]As explained by Resonance in a Facebook post:First formed in 2006 performing a pool deck closing set aboard Jam Cruise IV, this rare ensemble has only performed a handful of times including The Vic Theater in 2006, Caribbean Holidaze in 2007, and Summer Camp Music Festival in 2012. … The band’s only goal, respectfully and tastefully pay homage to two of their biggest influences; The Beatles and Pink Floyd.Resonance Music Festival will take place from September 20th to 22nd at Legend Valley in Thornville, Ohio. Thus far, the festival has also announced TAUK (two sets, including a TAUKing Beatles set), Clozee, Bluetech, Frameworks (one live band set and one solo set), Sunsquabi (three nights), Random Rab (two sets), Kung Fu (two sets), Melvin Seals & JGB, Pink Talking Fish (two sets), Thriftworks, Satsang, Freddy Todd, and Cofresi. You can snag tickets for the festival here and get more information about the festival here.
By Dialogo November 02, 2010 The military commander of Front 44 of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), “Ciro Pereza” or “Ciro Cañón,” has demobilized and turned himself in together with another seven followers, the Colombian Armed Forces confirmed. According to the official report, the surrender comes in response to “the strong offensive being pursued by the troops of the Fourth Division in the jungles of the Guaviare.” The army emphasized that “Ciro Pereza” was the commander of the public-order company and the second-ranking leader of Front 44 and that he surrendered together with “Ricardo Pompis,” the head of the finance commission, “Mateo,” “Abel,” and “Samuel,” as others of the FARC guerrillas who decided to lay down their arms were identified. The information made public following the surrender of “Ciro Pereza” revealed that the guerrilla had been in the FARC for fourteen years and was responsible for the security of one of the terrorist organization’s chief leaders, known by the alias “Albeiro Córdoba.” The surrender of “Ciro Pereza” also paved the way for the surrender of guerrillas known by the aliases “Damaris,” his romantic partner, and “Bricelda,” in Puerto Alvira. The head of Front 44’s finance commission, known by the alias “Ricardo Pompis,” and a member of the terrorist organization’s militia, known by the alias “Omar,” also laid down their arms, according to the armed forces, who emphasized that “Ciro Pereza” had around two hundred guerrillas under him.
Financial Post 30 July 2019Family First Comment: Canada ain’t working that well, despite claims of NZ advocates for pot…..“Black market dope continues to sell for nearly half the price of the legal stuff because bootleggers are obviously able to produce and import with impunity. This negates the Liberal notion that legalization will put the drug dealers out of business, make sure the products are not diluted or dangerous, and collect big taxes on an illicit product that people were going to buy anyway. This is Cheech and Chong policy: Eliminating the black market will be impossible because while unlicensed cannabis cultivation is illegal in Canada, possession and consumption is entirely legal. So, criminals and importers have more customers than ever.”Duh!The legalization of marijuana was cynically rushed into law by the Trudeau government without sufficient medical testing on long-term health effects or adequate controls over the players involved, presumably to court the youth vote.For a country where governments bear the cost of medical care, it is the height of recklessness to legitimize the sale of weed without the same rigorous testing requirements that pharmaceutical or food companies must endure.In addition, Ottawa has delivered the worst of all possible outcomes in what amounts to an inept rollout: Black market dope continues to sell for nearly half the price of the legal stuff because bootleggers are obviously able to produce and import with impunity.This negates the Liberal notion that legalization will put the drug dealers out of business, make sure the products are not diluted or dangerous, and collect big taxes on an illicit product that people were going to buy anyway.This is Cheech and Chong policy: Eliminating the black market will be impossible because while unlicensed cannabis cultivation is illegal in Canada, possession and consumption is entirely legal. So, criminals and importers have more customers than ever.https://business.financialpost.com/diane-francis/diane-francis-canntrust-is-the-fruit-of-a-reckless-rushed-liberal-cannabis-policy