Archive for the Tag 'Law'

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Social Hosts: There’s a law targeting parents that is so broadly written, even the people who endorsed it are getting trapped by it

Given what I wrote about yesterday, regarding Barrel Tasting weekend being out of control in the younger demographic, and having a response from Richard that included “Social Host,” I think it’s interesting to ask…. Are you aware of this? I’m providing this as a public service announcement (P.S.A.), just so you know. From a PRESS […]

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Copyright infringement still ticks me off, especially when requests for removal are ignored

Copyright doesn’t mean that people have a right to copy. To to use a synonym that will help those who still think it’s okay to go to Websites and copy content without any attribution, it’s just simple plagiarism. I have to first state that I have no problem with credible business sites aggregating my content, […]

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Why is Sharing the Road Such an Issue?

When I arrived in the Russian River Valley of California 17 years ago, one of the first things I said to myself, as I looked over to the Mayacamas Mountain Range with Mt. Saint Helena in the background, “Please don’t ever let me take all this for granted.” I knew then that if I lost […]

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Yesterday I Asked. Today We have Answers, and It’s Not Pretty

Yesterday, I was struck by how much money is being spent on lobbyists in the wine and spirits industry. I just knew something was fishy in Denmark. Here’s what I wrote in my final analysis, after I listed all the money and who is spending it: When you click on any of these links, don’t […]