fer fak sake here I go again
fer fak sake here I go again
What stage do you see them playing on? And what time of day? Just curious... I would see them if given the chance.
I arrived in America's airport with clothings, US dollars, and a jar of gypsy tears to protect me from AIDS.
Gobi - 2pm
Tool I'd almost put in line with a group like Muse. Although I don't see them closing a night off on the mainstage I could see them on the outdoor stage late at night...hey after Motorhead playing this year who doesn't see Tool as a band possible to play? They totally fit into the realm of possible bands.
I'd LOVE to see them there.
Are all you douchebags out of your fucking minds? Tool will still be heading fifteen years from now... One album later
I saw them in Reno just a few months ago, for the first time.
I was really impressed with their set and would love to hear it on the main stage on a Saturday night....but I am sure that it is highly unlikely.
How many animals can you find in the 2015 Coachella lineup?
No thanks 2006 was enough.
Can any TOOL fans here recommend any of Maynards wines? He is doing a wine tasting in Silver Lake this Sunday and I wanted to pick up a bottle. I am not a huge wine drinker. I can appreciate a good red though
I've been to the tasting room multiple times in Jerome, and am always drawn back to the Kitsune. And yeah, unfortunately the Caduceus brand is a bit pricey.
I've been a velvet slippers club member since 2012.. I highly recommend that, if you have the cash. Kitsune and Nagual de la Naga are probably fighting it out to be my fave, but I'm extremely partial to Sangiovese reds in general. Sancha is great, I believe that's usually a spanish tempranillo variety. Marzo is very delicious, much lighter than expected. If you like heavier wines/blends, the Anubis would be a good one. Possibly the Oneste... admittedly I don't remember too much about that one though. Those are all reds fyi- Dos Ladrones is a white variety that always ends up winning awards. Most of his whites though do seem to be exclusive/limited things to VSC members. Getting limited production varieties is a huge perk of being in the club.
Also want to point out that his wines do change every vintage year, even though they keep the same name.
The Merkin vineyards line is cheaper than Caduceus. I believe they basically use the same vineyards/grapes though. Those might be something to try out first before you throw down upwards of $60 on a bottle you might hate. If you don't already drink and enjoy wine, don't expect to have a great revelation or anything after drinking Maynard's.
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Thanks guys. I appreciate all the information. Definitely going to write some of those down and bring a list with me. Bringing at least $50 for a decent bottle of wine. I dont expect a revelation, but hopefully a handshake with May May if the crowd is small enough. Doubt it though. I'll report back.
Btw...might have an extra spot in our reservation if anyone is interested