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Silver City Idaho Ghost Town
 
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Photos and music by SailfishSoundSystem and Metanoid http://www.historicsilvercityidaho.com/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Silver_City,_Idaho
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Home Brewing Mead Part 3, A Problem You Might Encounter: fermentation failure.
 
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Sometimes fermentation can have a tough time beginning. I pitched the yeast and 4 days later noting happened. The culprit you ask? Temperature. I don't use any fancy shmancy yeast nutrients or hire a chemist, I wrap that bitch in a towel and tell the yeasts get to damn work!. This makes the yeasts happy. It will raise the temperature a degree or two and get you up and running. I hope this helps anyone having trouble in colder climates. I never had this problem in Florida when my house was at 75 degrees Fahrenheit (24 degrees Celsius). This is a continuation of my previous mead videos. The first thing you should always do is sterilize your equipment. It's really easy. All you need is cheap chemical like Amber Dyne from your local homebrew shop. Add a couple drops and rinse with hot water. I used these guys when I lived in Florida: http://www.heartshomebrew.com/home_brew_beer.cgi My equipment: 1 six gallon plastic food grade bucket with a airtight lid 1 big funnel with strainer (the strainer clips inside the funnel) 1 6 gallon glass carboy (like the one in the video) 1 air lock (this can be used with the bucket and the carboy) Pasteur Champagne Yeast 6 gallons of good water (I can't stress this enough) 15-16 pounds of honey (I use clover honey from Costco) Procedure: 1. Add yeast to a glass of good water at about 100 degrees Fahrenheit (any higher than that will kill the yeast) let it bloom for 10-15 minutes. 2. Add your water to the 6 gallon bucket and add the honey and stir it for a few minutes. 3. Add your bloomed yeast 4. Stir for another minute or so 5. Close bucket and put on the air lock (the air lock needs to have some water put into it, just fill to the line) 6. Let it rock out (ferment) for 6 weeks 7. Rack it (filter it through the funnel/filter into the glass carboy) leave the last 4-5 inches left in the bucket alone, you don't want that shit in there. 8. Let it age for as long as you like. I usually age mine for 2-months. The longer you let it sit, the clearer it will be and the flavor profiles will change. You can also experiment by adding different fruits or using different yeasts. The possibilities are endless. I recommend getting the book The Joy of Homebrewing by Charlie Papazian
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Home Brewing: Traditional Mead Honey Wine
 
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The first thing you should always do is sterilize your equipment. It's really easy. All you need is cheap chemical like Amber Dyne from your local homebrew shop. Add a couple drops and rinse with hot water. I used these guys when I lived in Florida: http://www.heartshomebrew.com/home_brew_beer.cgi My equipment: 1 six gallon plastic food grade bucket with a airtight lid 1 big funnel with strainer (the strainer clips inside the funnel) 1 6 gallon glass carboy (like the one in the video) 1 air lock (this can be used with the bucket and the carboy) Pasteur Champagne Yeast 6 gallons of good water (I can't stress this enough) 15-16 pounds of honey (I use clover honey from Costco) Procedure: 1. Add yeast to a glass of good water at about 100 degrees Fahrenheit (any higher than that will kill the yeast) let it bloom for 10-15 minutes. 2. Add your water to the 6 gallon bucket and add the honey and stir it for a few minutes. 3. Add your bloomed yeast 4. Stir for another minute or so 5. Close bucket and put on the air lock (the air lock needs to have some water put into it, just fill to the line) 6. Let it rock out (ferment) for 6 weeks 7. Rack it (filter it through the funnel/filter into the glass carboy) leave the last 4-5 inches left in the bucket alone, you don't want that shit in there. 8. Let it age for as long as you like. I usually age mine for 2-months. The longer you let it sit, the clearer it will be and the flavor profiles will change. You can also experiment by adding different fruits or using different yeasts. The possibilities are endless. I recommend getting the book The Joy of Homebrewing by Charlie Papazian
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Scat ter ed
 
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SailfishSoundSystem electronic music instrumental
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Scanate
 
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© SailfishSoundSystem 2015 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stargate_Project
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Dragon Touch Y88X 7'' Quad Core Google Android BATTERY DANGER! FIRE HAZARD! LITHIUM ION!
 
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Do not purchase this tablet! The battery is dangerous and could cause a fire! http://www.amazon.com/Dragon-Touch-Y88X-Multi-touch-TabletExpress/dp/B00N2QBMFQ
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Emerson Knives CQC 7 Tactical Folder Review
 
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CQC-6
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Boomzilla
 
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SailfishSoundSystem electronic music instrumental
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Dijon Pork Chops
 
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3/4 cup of chicken broth 1/4 cup of cheap ass Dijon mustard 2 pork chops (salted and peppered) serve over rice or politicians
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Home Brewing Mead Part 4
 
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It's finally done! A little cloudy, but that will go away in a few days. The color came out really nice. It tastes amazing. Time to make a new batch! Honey wine.
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Home Brewing Mead Part Two
 
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This is a continuation of my previous mead video. The first thing you should always do is sterilize your equipment. It's really easy. All you need is cheap chemical like Amber Dyne from your local homebrew shop. Add a couple drops and rinse with hot water. I used these guys when I lived in Florida: http://www.heartshomebrew.com/home_brew_beer.cgi My equipment: 1 six gallon plastic food grade bucket with a airtight lid 1 big funnel with strainer (the strainer clips inside the funnel) 1 6 gallon glass carboy (like the one in the video) 1 air lock (this can be used with the bucket and the carboy) Pasteur Champagne Yeast 6 gallons of good water (I can't stress this enough) 15-16 pounds of honey (I use clover honey from Costco) Procedure: 1. Add yeast to a glass of good water at about 100 degrees Fahrenheit (any higher than that will kill the yeast) let it bloom for 10-15 minutes. 2. Add your water to the 6 gallon bucket and add the honey and stir it for a few minutes. 3. Add your bloomed yeast 4. Stir for another minute or so 5. Close bucket and put on the air lock (the air lock needs to have some water put into it, just fill to the line) 6. Let it rock out (ferment) for 6 weeks 7. Rack it (filter it through the funnel/filter into the glass carboy) leave the last 4-5 inches left in the bucket alone, you don't want that shit in there. 8. Let it age for as long as you like. I usually age mine for 2-months. The longer you let it sit, the clearer it will be and the flavor profiles will change. You can also experiment by adding different fruits or using different yeasts. The possibilities are endless. I recommend getting the book The Joy of Homebrewing by Charlie Papazian
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Acid Novox (Devilfish TB 303)
 
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SailfishSoundSystem electronic music instrumental
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Slow Cooker Pork Chops with Apple-Cherry Stuffing
 
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Never tried this before, but it looked good. I'm doing the stuffing separately because stuffing's like bacon to me and I don't want it messed with. http://www.bettycrocker.com/recipes/slow-cooker-pork-chops-with-apple-cherry-stuffing/cb8d4813-3b6f-4dc3-b34b-91f339e853a2
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Does God Exist?
 
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? "I belong to a gospel choir. They know I am an atheist but they are very tolerant." -Brian Eno-
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Rhodesian Ridgeback Puppy
 
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My friend's puppy.
Opinel No 8 knife patina part 2
 
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After 20 minutes in an orange you get a very slight patina. I am now coating the entire blade with yellow mustard for 20 minutes. Hopefully that will get better results.
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Altamira
 
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Opinel No 8 knife patina part 1
 
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I used a Fallkniven Knives DC4 Diamond/Ceramic Whetstone to distress and shape the edge and a Spyderco Sharpmaker to finish the apex. Now it's time for a patina. I recommend using Cliff Stamp's method of sharpening. Here is a link to that. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OPGGo3W15HQ&t=123s
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528Hz ASMR Chill Out Relaxation Sounds Ambient Binaural Beats Triggers
 
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Just chill and relax. The photo is from Hiji Falls in Okinawa.
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Sometimes
 
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SailfishSoundSystem electronic music instrumental
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Seppuku
 
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Sailfish Sound System electronic music instrumental
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Elevator (FlickR Mix)
 
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SailfishSoundSystem electronic music instrumental
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Drive By
 
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SailfishSoundSystem EDM
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CK
 
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CK
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Paradox  Mix
 
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By SailfishSoundSystem and Metanoid
Affordable Beauty
 
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© SailfishSoundSystem 2015
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Daily Progression
 
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SailfishSoundSystem electronic music instrumental
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Capsicum
 
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SailfishSoundSystem electronic music instrumental
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World Championship Texas Chili Recipe
 
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1 lb lean pork, ground 1 Omaha Steaks hamburger (I had to do something cool with it) 1 large onion, chopped finely salt and pepper to taste 3 cloves garlic, minced 1 small can of fire roasted green chilies 1 large can of crushed tomatoes 1/2 a little can of tomato paste 1/2 cup of beef stock chili powder ground cumin dry mustard brown sugar pinch of oregano cayenne Brown meat with onions and garlic, drain. Add it to Crockpot, then throw in all the other shit. No beans. Real chili doesn't have beans, but I'm sure you already know that Mr. Smartypants.
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The Mist
 
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Sailfish Sound System electronic music instrumental
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Cicada 3301
 
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I used some FM synthesis in this one. Enjoy. SSS
Gravity Well
 
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SailfishSoundSystem electronic music instrumental
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Subspace
 
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SailfishSoundSystem electronic music instrumental
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Disrespectful
 
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Lush
 
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SailfishSoundSystem electronic music instrumental
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Friendly Fire
 
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Spirals
 
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SailfishSoundSystem http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spiral
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Who (API Mistaken Identity) DB Cooper
 
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Remix by Pete (API) SailfishSoundSystem electronic music instrumental
Mekong
 
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SailfishSoundSystem electronic music instrumental
Xiuhcoatl
 
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© SailfishSoundSystem
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Picante dub
 
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SailfishSoundSystem dub electronic music instrumental
Spatial
 
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SailfishSoundSystem electronic music instrumental
Huevos Rancheros
 
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©SailfishSoundSystem
Equipment not needed (acid mix)
 
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SailfishSoundSystem I used the Phuturetone Thor based virtual analog emulation to make this. http://www.phuturetone.com/
Subspace
 
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Here's a track I made. Enjoy.
SSR 572
 
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SailfishSoundSystem http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USS_Sailfish_(SSR-572)
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Dia de los Muertos
 
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SailfishSoundSystem