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This is a machine that makes a cocktail called a Falling Water.
14 Jul 2008
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Check out Rube Goldberg machine that is used to squish a Creme Egg. It goes around the walls of our lounge. This is an entry in Cadbury's "Unleash The Goo" competition, in which entrants must find the most creative way to break a creme egg. The music is by the Jews Brothers Band - they are awesome: are some answers to questions people keep asking me: - the ringing ball comes out of the red flipping box. - the painting tilts, which causes the top ball to run down it. - a keen eye will notice the egg unravels out of its foil wrapping. - at around 1:52, the balls are rolling behind a sheet of glass that is at a slight angle so that the balls have to revolve a lot just to move a small amount. - it took about 6 months to make and 3 days / 200 takes to film. Much credit must be give to the amazing Pitagora Suicchi ones for all their original ideas!
9 Feb 2009
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Joseph Herscher takes a sip of his coffee, pulling string thereby tipping paintings. Balls roll down paintings, lighting burner to boil water causing books to tip. Vase and computer get knocked off the table, releasing tape to open front page of newspaper.
14 Jan 2012
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*******emergency-catering**** Emergency Mobile Catering Company follow the same wellness codes as long-term dining facilities? Visit us at *******emergency-catering**** and call us 1-800-205-6106. In a Temporary dinning facility a Food Service administrator marked in the Mobile Kitchen facility is responsible for the total food service of the whole facility. When renting or renting a temporary facility they have to think about all the food safety functions first. In healthcare facilities Therapeutic diet plans as gotten by the homeowner's physician have to be provided according to the service plan. Restorative diet plans that can not customarily be prepared by a lay person should be figured out by a certified dietician. Healing diet plans that can customarily be prepared by a person in a family setting could be served by the assisted living facility. Lots of helped living patience need great dining. Pecatonica, Polo, Poplar Grove, Ridott, Rock City, Savanna, Scales Mound, Shirland, South Beloit, Stillman Valley, Woosung, Loves Park, Machesney Park, Aledo, Annawan, Buffalo Prairie, Carbon Cliff, Coal Valley, Colona, Deer Grove, East Moline, Hooppole, Illinois City, Joy, Lynn Center, Matherville, Orion, Osco, Preemption, Prophetstown, Rapids City, Sherrard, Silvis, Tampico, Taylor Ridge, Ancona, Buda, Bureau, Cedar Point, Cherry, Depue, Eldena, Hennepin, Kasbeer, Ladd, La Moille, Leonore, Long Point, Lostant, Mc Nabb. Temporary Modular Facilities need to supply a staple of food for a minimum of a four-day period and perishable foods for a minimum of a one-day duration have to be preserved on the properties. This is a standard requirement for a Temporary Kitchen Facility that we lease or lease to our commercial healthcare living locations. Aroma Park, Ashkum, Beaverville, Bonfield, Bourbonnais, Cabery, Campus, Chebanse, Cissna Park, Claytonville, Cullom, Donovan, Emington, Gibson City, Goodwine, Grant Park, Herscher, Hoopeston, Hopkins Park, Loda, Manteno, Martinton, Momence, Onarga, Papineau, Pembroke Township, Piper City, Rankin, Saint Anne, Stockland, Thawville, Watseka, Apple River, Chadwick, Chana, Davis Junction, East Dubuque, Eleroy, Forreston, Franklin Grove, Garden Prairie, German Valley, Harmon, Leaf River, Lindenwood, Mc Connell, Monroe Center, Mount Carroll, Nachusa, Pearl City. Another requirement is Food should be obtained from sources that follow all laws relating to food and food identifying. If food, subject to spoilage, is eliminated from its initial container, it needs to be kept sealed, and labeled. Food subject to spoilage should likewise be dated. Numerous Kitchen Facility customers will likewise desire a temporary facility to have a location for managing paper work. Most mobile kitchen rental companies know food service operating treatments.
8 May 2013
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The California Cannabis Entertainment and Technology Forum 3 PM - 3:45 PM - Herscher Hall - Guerin B Now that It’s Legal - What’s Really Legal? Navigating the Nuances of the Cannabis Industry Moderator - Bruce Margolin, Director, Los Angeles Chapter, NORML, National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws Ariel Clark, founder, Clark Neubert, LLP, founder and Chairwoman, Los Angeles Cannabis Task Force Cat Packer, Executive Director, Department of Cannabis Regulation, City of Los Angeles Amanda Conley, Partner, Brand & Branch LLP and Founding Treasurer, National Cannabis Bar Association Mitch Kulick, Partner, Feuerstein Kulick LLP Jocelyn Kane, Legislative Director, CVCAN Coachella Valley Cannabis Alliance Network Peter Goldstein, Principal, Regulated Solutions Cat Packer is the Executive Director and General Manager of the Department of Cannabis Regulation. Prior to joining the City of Los Angeles, Packer served as California Policy Coordinator for the Drug Policy Alliance, where she worked to ensure the successful and equitable implementation of various cannabis policy reforms. Packer is an alumna of The Ohio State University where she received a Bachelor’s in Political Science, a Master’s in Public Policy & Management and a Juris Doctor.
16 Sep 2018
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The California Cannabis Entertainment and Technology Forum 10 AM - 10:45 AM - Herscher Hall – Guerin B Meet the Cannabis Visionaries – Media, Technology & Legalization Moderator - Drake Sutton Shearer, CEO, PRØHBTD Clement Kwan, co-founder, Beboe (“The Hermès of Cannabis” – NY Times) Susan Soares, Founder, C.A.R.E Jason Pinsky, Chief Cannabis Evangelist, eaze Eric D. Shevin, Esq., Shevin Law Group BigMike Straumietis, Founder & CEO, Advanced Nutrients Adam E. Levin, CEO, Hightimes Holding Corp
17 Sep 2018
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