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January 05, 2010


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Congrats on the article, Marvin! I'm not a drinker anymore, but I'll scope out your piece the next time I'm at the bookstore! Props to the magazine for spotlighting a Keenan and Caduceus--beautiful wine!

Was Maynard present at the event??

Very cool, Marvin! I actually wanted to pick up the issue because my husband's a huge fan of TOOL and its lead singer Maynard James Keenan (pictured on the cover for those not in the know; he owns a successful winery). Good to know that there will be something of interest to me, too. :)

Congrats Marvin, I knew you'd be a great fit for Mutineer! It is a fantastic article, you should be proud.

Well done Marvin!!! :) I'm so happy for your first (paper-) published piece! When's the next one? ;)

But boo to you, my friend, for making me picture nude rappers. Nuh-uh.


This was a very, very cool article. The inside scoop of an underground cocktail scene...I can't think of a better beverage article I'd want to read.

The paintings to accompany it make it all the better. The artist actually has them up on his website for people to check out. http://www.estabrookart.com/gallery

Congrats.. Hope to see more words in the mag from you!

Thanks Julie. I imagine in your neck of the woods, you have lots of access to Caduceus.

Hello rjm. No, maynard was not at the event.

Awesome Lorena! I hope you and your husband enjoy the magazine.

Thanks very much to you, Erin! You made it all happen.

Not sure when the next one is, Manggy. But I'll definitely let you know when I know.

I'm glad you liked the article Jeff. And the accompanying paintings are awesome! Thanks for leaving that link.

So you're not really a TOOL / A Perfect Circle fan? Bummer. LOL.

Hi Marvin, funny that I run into your post and awesome blog, while looking into the pharmacie myself. I'm hoping to find a sponsor one of these days...they're hard to come by. Cheers!

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