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  • Hazel thanks for your note. (LOVE The Sartorialist!!). All black is often the default colour because it’s the easier to unify (imagine an ensemble full of slightly different shades of red), it’s easy on the eyes, and the audience tends to focus more on the music than if the ensemble were wearing different colours. The problem with saying go for it, wear any colour is what one person considers stylish another will consider completely inappropriate. There there’s the issue of colour clashing. And in classical music, there are known stereotypes about what kind of dress is associated with certain types of music. Opera performers (and audiences) tend to go all out with style and flamboyance; Baroque performers (and audiences) tend not to consider fashion a big deal and are very low-key with their apparel. Ultimately, no, I don’t think ensembles should be able to wear any colour; then it looks like a rehearsal.

  • Aww, love this. That sweater is fabulous (and so are you!). I have a sweater that’s quite faded and several sizes too big, but it’s gone through three generations of women in my family and although my mom keeps egging me to get rid of it I don’t think I’ll ever be able to.

  • NOVEMBER 19TH!!!The Tower Group’s MONTHLY SOBRIETY DANCE!! 7pm till ??Food and DJ Entertainment!! It’s going to be a great night and we look forward to seeing you there!! God Bless!

  • Kevin was very special to Elaine and me from the first sesshin we attended 6 or 7 years ago to the most recent a few weeks ago, when he came in during an evening sitting walking slowly with his cane and friends in support. I’ll miss his humor and his dedication.

  • Kevin was very special to Elaine and me from the first sesshin we attended 6 or 7 years ago to the most recent a few weeks ago, when he came in during an evening sitting walking slowly with his cane and friends in support. I’ll miss his humor and his dedication.

  • :Hi everyone, First, let’s get this legal question out of the way: I want to be absolutely clear we never directly, indirectly, or even remotely suggested taking legal action as a result of this review, and we don’t have any interest in doing so. Any suggestion that Redrock is considering legal action is completely untrue. It’s not the right response, it’s not productive, and we’d rather continue to invest our time and effort in our products and services. We really have no idea where this idea that Redrock may threaten legal action came from, but it’s bogus. Second, regarding our request to remove Redrock from the evaluation, it wasn’t an easy decision to make for us, and we know it won’t be a popular one. We have never made this kind of request before, so it is new territory for us as well. In the end we felt the misinformation and skewed results were more of a disservice to us and the community than leaving it be and having to defend it. In reviews, many people read the stars, look at the summary, and in this case probably come to the unfortunate conclusion they need to purchase a $5,000+ vocas rig that most can’t and (in our opinion shouldn’t) afford. A thoughtful response from us correcting inaccuracies would likely and unfortunately be lost in the details on some thread. If you can stand reading a longer more detailed post, here are just a few of the specific reasons why we made the request, which we have also already shared with cinema5D:- Not the Rigs we sent:We never submitted anything the “tripod” category. In fact, we weren’t even made aware there was such a category until after the review was published. Apparently to fill the gap, the reviewers configured their own version of a Redrock tripod rig based on parts (some of which we didn’t even provide), and then were critical of what they created. What they ended up with does not represent Redrock, and based on the pictures they showed, I wouldn’t use or recommend what they developed either. Of the two rigs we did provide, the first was modified from the configuration we sent (see below), and the second one (theEvent) wasn’t even included in the review.- Changed rig configurations provided:One of the concerns stated the review on the eyeSpy rig was that it didn’t sit flat when put down, due to a single handgrip configuration. The rig we sent for review included two handgrips and the handlebar (which you can see in their picture on the “first contact” page) which allows it to be balanced when set down, but for unknown reasons this was later removed for the evaluation portion. In addition, no mention was made that the Redrock eyeSpy rig is the only one that can be directly attached to a tripod using the integrated baseplate in the shoulderpad – a feature we specifically designed to allow easy setting down of the rig and fast change between shouldermount and tripod. This misrepresents our product and its capabilities.- The Price/Value evaluation doesn’t ring true.Price/value is what you get for your money. The arri follow focus received six stars for price/value, when the price of just the follow focus is nearly $3,000. The most deluxe version of the Redrock eyeSpy rig at $1450 includes follow focus, shouldermount, DSLR offset, counterbalance weights, handgrips, lens gears, and other accessories, and yet receives a lower price/value rating. In our opinion this is simply misleading and inaccurate. If you spend $3,000 for a follow focus, you should expect it will be exceptional. Redrock has always focused on providing great quality products with price as one of our primary design criteria.- Limited evaluation criteria, which is still a mysteryImportant criteria are missing from the evaluation, such as the ability to expand or customize the rig and add features, and the ability to use the equipment on both DSLR and video cameras. In fact, it would have been great if they asked us (all of us, really) what criteria to include. All criteria may not be critical for everyone, but helps to explain what the rigs were intended to do, and what the companiesAfter seeing the review our first reaction was to request a copy of the evaluation criteria and rankings. After two additional requests, we sadly have still not received a copy of the criteria and ratings as of this writing. We still hold out hope it will be sent to us. We stand behind our products 100% and are committed to quality and affordability, and to continually improving our offerings. Our recommendation and hope is that everyone will have the opportunity to see and use Redrock products in person whenever possible. We attend as many shows as we can (NAB, Cinegear, HDExpo east and west, ramping up on PDN, etc.) and love for people to try them out and give us feedback. Rent Redrock from companies who provide it if you want to try it out first. Read several reviews to get a broad perspective. We stand behind our gear and believe it’s a great value for a great quality product. We believe in objective reviews that are transparent to all, objective, and without personal gain, and expect many future offerings as well.I also want to add the cinema5D community is a really great resource for everyone, and we remain fully supportive. We were one of the original sponsors (if not the first), and hope to continue doing so in the future. Sebastian and his group have done an excellent job in creating a place for sharing information that benefits both users and the folks who supply equipment. If you’ve read this far, thanks for your patience and in hearing us out. BrianRedrock Micro

  • I made these tonight as a surprise breakfast for my toddlers tomorrow. Y-U-M! They will be lucky if there are any left for them! I made a few modifications for our family that turned out great. We are presently only working on gluten free, not dairy or egg free. I substituted buckwheat flour for sorghum, added 3 Tablespoons of non-alkaline cocoa and left out the chocolate chips (they look more like brownies and tasted chocolate-y enough), used melted butter in lieu of olive oil, used 1 Tablespoon Pure Vanilla extract (yes, 1 T)instead of powder, 2 large local farm eggs, no mix-ins, and reduced sugar (I use Organic Sucanat) to 1 1/3 cups. Next go around I'd like to try 1 cup of Sucanat and see if that's sweet enough. I like to keep my baking to 1 c of sugar or less, but was concerned that I had enough in to compensate for the bitterness of the cocoa. This was baked in 17 minutes for me and was thick and delicious in a 13×9 pan. This is a keeper and will go in our regular breakfast rotation. I've got a recipe for breakfast cookies and personal apple pies, how cool to add brownies to our non-conventional but healthy line-up!

  • Hi Karina: I am 3 months gluten, lactose, sugar cane, egg and most nuts free. It was a challenge finding food to eat initially but I perserviered and I met people who have food sensitivities and read alot and googled alot. A friend at work gave me your blog website and I got your recipe for the Delicious Gluten Free Bread and several other recipes I am using regularly. I finally got the nerve to try to blog (I am not very computer savie) so I hope youget this message. I love your recipes and the hope you give those that are out there with similar if not more serious conditions. Thank-you for the work you do. I have a question tho, can I subsitute honey for brown sugar in the Quinoa Breakfas Brownie Recipe? I'd like to try the recipe but don't want it to flop. Thx Marie

  • As for the egg replacer question…This is a really good question. I have found that flax gel and seed gels make vegan gluten-free baking a bit gummy and dense in the center.So- how to combat this? A few thoughts. Maybe up your baking powder a half a teaspoon to one teaspoon? And make sure your batter isn't too wet- add an extra tablespoon of gluten-free flour. Then- and most important- bake it long enough. If it feels dense in the middle or damp- bake it another 5 to 7 minutes.I also wonder– if you bake with seed gels you need to bake items longer and at a slightly (say, 25 degrees?) lower temperature? I know this works for baking with agave (a humectant natural, liquid sugar replacement).I do hope that helps- stop back and let's talk about it again.xoxKarina

  • Wes Howell:IMO, I’ve also done a ton of research on the gear options available. I’m a serious hobbyist (Software by trade) and I need to justify plunking down money on this gear by getting decent stuff at a good price. (I’m paying for it out of my pocket, etc.) I’ve followed tons of the posts too… from the gini to the zaza slider, etc.. I love the site.I have a few problems with the review – This whole issue over sponsorship REALLY muddies the waters for me. Cinevate is banned and your favorite product (Vocas) is your new sponsor? If this is true – you really need to address this. I hope not :( Let me start with Red Rock…I am not sure you’ve been totally objective about the RedRock stuff.The scores reflect a lot of your criticisms are heavily weighted on your opinions of their screws? Even the baseplate was given a score of 1 because you don’t like the screws. That really affected their overall score.As someone ready to buy a (decent) baseplate for my DSLR that will attach to a tripod and hold my camera SECURE (oh yeah and the correct height please) their stuff looks clearly superior. I previously ordered some Proaim stuff that I haven’t been able to mount my 5d on. Not only did they send me the wrong order, (no riser or quick release as advertised) then tried to fix it and failed the 2nd time…(still no riser or way to mount 5D) now I’m waiting for a 3rd shipment with fingers crossed.. (emails aren’t as responsive as they were before I paid) I’m just gonna order the Redrock riser / baseplate etc and get it over with.Even if the Proaim eventually gets here, the plate on their regular shoulder mount kit is more or less designed to mount video cameras not DLSR’s. These types of issues seem rampant on these rigs. Most of them seem to be aftethoughts or repurposed parts. I have my doubts that if I ever get the right parts…that it will hold my camera solid and straight. Language barriers, geographic barriers, timezones…gear that’s sent with wrong parts…needs to be redesigned… HUH? How much is your time worth? I’m from Utah where people are known to jump over a quarter to get to a nickel… or to drive 10 miles to save 50 cents… but come on now. Someone has to be some emphasis on good quality engineering, design and service. I don’t think RR is getting enough credit in this regard. Unless you just have tons of time on your hands and you want to save a couple hundred bucks..then you can write posts about how you had to find a translator, get 3 different shipments, then had to re-engineer it so it would work ok. I’m sure by the time you’ve invested that much time into it you’ll probably like it no matter what, yes? No thanks. The Gini rig? You’re giving the guy time to redesign it? Really? Buy from you because you can make sure we don’t get screwed? He’s been trying to gouge people for as much as possible on Ebay. (some pay $100 others pay $350??? for a bunch of 6″ screw-in rails?) And he gets a chance to redesign it? Come on now…IMO, That RedRock DSLR baseplate seems to be a great piece of gear. Look how solid that will mount a DSLR (with locking pin as well) Bolts right onto rails giving your flexibility to move it back and forth on the baseplate. I still don’t know how you can skew their scores so much related to a baseplate…. Yeah, you don’t like the screws, so you give it a 1? The design of this baseplate as it relates to a DLSR seems better than anything else you reviewed, IMO.Redrock also has their stuff in stock, it can be configured in any endless configuration, risers, offset, etc etc For example, how hard would it be to customize any of their rigs to your liking? Look at their handle offset on the stubling. That would fix your issue of accessing the FF on the Vocas gear, for example.I can’t even find any info on Vocas online. Anyway, I’m not on RR’s payroll, but it’s definintely at the top of my purchase list. I think their scores are too low and I am not sure you have given enough consideration to service, support and warranty.Many companies seem to be offering crap… and I’d rather send my money to reputable companies that are engineering good solutions and continuing to expand and improve upon them.

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