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Fark Party
Host: GWSuperfan
Description: Starting at 7PM PDT: Halloween Fark Party. Oceanside, CA. Hosted by GWSuperfan and VivianVivisect
Date/Time: November 3, 2012 - 07:00 PM (local time)
Party Info: Thinking that this will be a chill at a bar on Friday, and then crawl through downtown Oceanside on Saturday thing. There's plenty of hotels from fleabags ($) to the Wyndham ($$$$), and it's mass-transit accessible from LA (Metrolink) and San Diego (Coaster). If people fly in to SAN, you can take the Coater North. Contact GWSuperfan for further info.
 
Location: Stone Brewery Tasting Room
310 N Tremont Street
Oceanside, CA 92054
(760) 529-0002
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2012-10-03 11:46:37 AM
Oh, yes: I can walk to the Fark party! Flying Pig shrimp and grits and some fine ale, yowsah!
 
2012-10-03 08:11:36 PM

CatGrampy: Oh, yes: I can walk to the Fark party! Flying Pig shrimp and grits and some fine ale, yowsah!


We had a small get-together there a few months ago. Sorry you missed it, but I hope you can make this one.
 
2012-10-05 09:51:13 PM
damnit.

this is why i need to check this tab
 
2012-10-05 10:32:20 PM
I realize it's a bit of a drive for you, sgt cyanide but there are cheap flights from PHX to SAN, and if you can get that close, I'll arrange for you to make it the rest of the way.
 
2012-10-05 11:01:04 PM

GWSuperfan: I realize it's a bit of a drive for you, sgt cyanide but there are cheap flights from PHX to SAN, and if you can get that close, I'll arrange for you to make it the rest of the way.


i LOVE california, i just need time to plan trips these days. and for some reason whenever we go to california we drive, nobody in the road trip crew minds it and california kinds of needs cars its not like flying to new york and then getting arounds
 
2012-10-05 11:04:08 PM

sgt cyanide: i just need time to plan trips these days.


You've got almost a whole month ;)
 
2012-10-05 11:19:02 PM

GWSuperfan: You've got almost a whole month ;)


how soon does one recover from lipo? =P
 
2012-10-05 11:20:39 PM

sgt cyanide: GWSuperfan: You've got almost a whole month ;)

how soon does one recover from lipo? =P


If you saw some of the military wives around here (some of them get HUGE after they hook onto their gravy-train husbands), you'd know that lipo is not required for Oceanside :)
 
2012-10-13 09:31:17 PM
Can't be there, but I lived in Oceanside when I was a preschooler (48 years ago), and again for a few months when I was in the third grade.

A few years ago, my mother and I happened to be in town for my brother's graduation from Marine Corps bootcamp. I decided to go look up our old house. Surprisingly, I drove right to it, as all I remembered was that it had a canyon in its backyard. I parked across the street, and was looking at my old abode (that my parents had purchased for $12,000 in 1962) and an older Hawaiian man stepped out and asked rather pointedly, "Can I help you?"

I told him that I had lived in the home next to his, and he immediately asked, "Are you Ray's boy, John?" I was totally astounded, as being a military brat, and prior service myself, I have almost no acquaintances of more than a few years.

I had to tell him that my father had committed suicide in 1972, as a consequence of the Viet Nam War, but that my mother was well and remembered him and his family well, and fondly. He was very kind and caught me up to date on the neighborhood.

My memories of Oceanside are not fond overall, (I was so bullied as one of only three white students in our elementary school, and a tiny farker to boot, that my father sent me to school with a baseball bat and told me to never come home crying again) but I was pleased to see the improvements made in the town and the oceanfront.

I hope all you FARKers have fun, and stay safe.
 
2012-10-13 09:36:39 PM

UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: all I remembered was that it had a canyon in its backyard. ... I was so bullied as one of only three white students in our elementary school


You lived in the Eastside and went to Laurel Elementary?
 
2012-10-13 09:47:26 PM

GWSuperfan: UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: all I remembered was that it had a canyon in its backyard. ... I was so bullied as one of only three white students in our elementary school

You lived in the Eastside and went to Laurel Elementary?


Yes! I didn't remember Laurel Elementary till you mentioned it, but yes. I lived on Walton (Avenue, Boulevard, Street?) almost at the end. Of all the twelve schools I went to before graduating high school (once again, military brat) that was the one I feared. 

My best memory of Oceanside was that my older brother was afraid to go down the MASSIVE slide at the beach, but I lived for it. Oh, and my father fishing for Bonito off the pier. He had huge arms, and could cast underhand another fifty to one-hundred feet beyond anyone else on the pier. Kids used to gather just to watch. I caught an eight-pound bass with a dropline on that pier. I tied up traffic because I couldn't reel fast enough, so I just wrapped line from one side of the pier to the other. That was a red-letter day.
 
2012-10-13 10:01:39 PM
I mentioned in a totally unrelated thread one of my third grade memories from Laurel School. They had a game we played where we would swing on the swings (the biggest swingset I've ever seen) as high as they could, then let go and jump onto a chain-link fence. The one who could land highest was the winner for that recess.

One day, I watched a kid break his leg in the ugliest way possible (compound fracture), and the ambulance came and took him away. Next recess we were out playing that game again.
 
2012-10-13 10:04:25 PM
I went to mccaullife (sp) elementary school, so I'm getting a kick out this discussion.
 
2012-10-13 10:39:43 PM

UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: Yes! I didn't remember Laurel Elementary till you mentioned it, but yes. I lived on Walton (Avenue, Boulevard, Street?) almost at the end.


I'm on the other side of that canyon. I can probably see your old house from my back porch :)
 
2012-10-13 10:57:03 PM

GWSuperfan: UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: Yes! I didn't remember Laurel Elementary till you mentioned it, but yes. I lived on Walton (Avenue, Boulevard, Street?) almost at the end.

I'm on the other side of that canyon. I can probably see your old house from my back porch :)


How cool! We were the third house from the end. When I was little, I considered that canyon endless.

Oceanside shaped a lot of my outlook on life. Before I lived there, my father was a Marine Corps recruiter in Denver. So I spent Kindergarten through half of my third grade year just outside of Denver. My school there was all white, except for one black little boy that everyone teased so badly it retarded him.

Then I went to Oceanside where it was almost exactly the opposite. From my experiences there, I learned the problem is not black people or white people, it's people! This lesson was reinforced when I moved to Northern California and was treated worse than ever by an entirely white school.

In defense of both of these schools, I was a know-it-all nerd, bored by always being ahead in class, who would just get up and walk out into the hall and read a book if what they were serving wasn't to my liking. Hell, I'd have beat me up. I felt like Eddie Izzard when he said that he got beat up for using words that other kids couldn't spell. My older brother loved it in Oceanside.
 
2012-10-13 11:03:56 PM

UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: GWSuperfan: UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: all I remembered was that it had a canyon in its backyard. ... I was so bullied as one of only three white students in our elementary school

You lived in the Eastside and went to Laurel Elementary?

Yes! I didn't remember Laurel Elementary till you mentioned it, but yes. I lived on Walton (Avenue, Boulevard, Street?) almost at the end. Of all the twelve schools I went to before graduating high school (once again, military brat) that was the one I feared. 

My best memory of Oceanside was that my older brother was afraid to go down the MASSIVE slide at the beach, but I lived for it. Oh, and my father fishing for Bonito off the pier. He had huge arms, and could cast underhand another fifty to one-hundred feet beyond anyone else on the pier. Kids used to gather just to watch. I caught an eight-pound bass with a dropline on that pier. I tied up traffic because I couldn't reel fast enough, so I just wrapped line from one side of the pier to the other. That was a red-letter day.


i drive pass there once a week.
 
2012-10-13 11:07:12 PM

W.C.fields forever: UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: GWSuperfan: UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: all I remembered was that it had a canyon in its backyard. ... I was so bullied as one of only three white students in our elementary school

You lived in the Eastside and went to Laurel Elementary?

Yes! I didn't remember Laurel Elementary till you mentioned it, but yes. I lived on Walton (Avenue, Boulevard, Street?) almost at the end. Of all the twelve schools I went to before graduating high school (once again, military brat) that was the one I feared. 

My best memory of Oceanside was that my older brother was afraid to go down the MASSIVE slide at the beach, but I lived for it. Oh, and my father fishing for Bonito off the pier. He had huge arms, and could cast underhand another fifty to one-hundred feet beyond anyone else on the pier. Kids used to gather just to watch. I caught an eight-pound bass with a dropline on that pier. I tied up traffic because I couldn't reel fast enough, so I just wrapped line from one side of the pier to the other. That was a red-letter day.

i drive pass there once a week.


I'm stuck in Arizona. I envy you.

/Oh, to be a kid again
 
2012-10-13 11:16:56 PM

UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: W.C.fields forever: UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: GWSuperfan: UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: all I remembered was that it had a canyon in its backyard. ... I was so bullied as one of only threYes! I didn't remember Laurel Elementary till you mentioned it, but yes. I lived on Walton (Avenue, Boulevard, Street?) almost at the end. Of all the twelve schools I went to before graduating high school (once again, military brat) that was the one I feared.

My best memory of Oceanside was that my older brother was afraid to go down the MASSIVE slide at the beach, but I lived for it. Oh, and my father fishing for Bonito off the pier. He had huge arms, and could cast underhand another fifty to one-hundred feet beyond anyone else on the pier. Kids used to gather just to watch. I caught an eight-pound bass with a dropline on that pier. I tied up traffic because I couldn't reel fast enough, so I just wrapped line from one side of the pier to the other. That was a red-letter day.e white students in our elementary school

You lived in the Eastside and went to Laurel Elementary?



i drive pass there once a week.

I'm stuck in Arizona. I envy you.

/Oh, to be a kid again


Whar you at in this how do you say , Arizona?
 
2012-10-13 11:33:17 PM

W.C.fields forever: Whar you at in this how do you say , Arizona?


Outside of Kingman, in a small community where the only entertainment is watching meth trailers explode. I moved here to take care of my mother in her final years. Now I'm lookin' for a way out. FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, help ME!

/ :)
 
2012-10-13 11:50:48 PM

UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: W.C.fields forever: Whar you at in this how do you say , Arizona?

Outside of Kingman, in a small community where the only entertainment is watching meth trailers explode. I moved here to take care of my mother in her final years. Now I'm lookin' for a way out. FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, help ME!

/ :)


I know of this Kingman.It is nearLaughlin.no?
sorry to hear 'bout Mom.
 
2012-10-14 12:27:04 AM

W.C.fields forever: I know of this Kingman.It is nearLaughlin.no?
sorry to hear 'bout Mom.


Me too. She was a superlative being. harmful to none, and loved and admired by all who met her. The world is a poorer place for her absence. These are not idle words. I appreciate your empathy, as it's still fresh in my heart. However, that's the same Kingman you've heard of. The same goddamn sunset town, where everybody hates blacks but nobody has ever met one.

They hate Mexicans too, but certainly utilize their services. My next-door neighbors are Mexicans and I see them get up at 5am every day, six days a week. I'm only up at that hour because I gotta take a piss. They head out and do productive things daily. I see them return long after the Sun sets.

Seriously, I feel embarrassed every time I meet a black person in this town, because because of their prior treatment, they are always on the defensive, and back on their heels.

I can't wait to move from here.
 
2012-10-14 12:43:43 AM
When I went thru there I smelled Breaking Bad..My mum was the sweetest person ever.She smiled thru life.She passed away on 4/20 a few years ago..used to be a stoner day ..no longer

you watchjng ALDS bro?
 
2012-10-14 01:10:49 AM

W.C.fields forever: //GWSuperfan.... sorry I got into this and took the thread in another direction.


No worries- it ups the comment count at least :D
 
2012-10-14 01:24:04 AM

W.C.fields forever: sorry to hear 'bout Mom.


Thank you for your sympathy. You have no idea how much this means to me. This comment both tickles and stimulates me to elaborate. At her funeral, I met people who I hadn't met in 45 years, but I also met people I had never met before. I loved and admired my mother, but had no idea how much she was loved and admired by people who had been touched by her kindnesses unbeknownst to me.

She had no childhood. She had her first child at 14, while supporting her entire family (Mother, father and five siblings in a GP-medium tent as a waitress as my grandfather had a broken back, and couldn't move) and I was born soon after her 17th birthday. My father was an old school Marine. My mother couldn't work, because he was the man of the house.

When my father died in 1972, she was an uneducated housewife. She immediately took classes in college to get her GED, while providing for us (three children aged 14, 11, and 7) while working graveyard shift for a shiatty restaurant, so she could provide for her dependents. She obtained her degree, and worked the rest of her life, enough to have two pensions to retire upon, but no time to enjoy either. My mother is my hero, and I wish I had her strength, empathy and compassion.

/God bless her
//this is not thread related, but I don't care 
///I'm glad you gave me the opportunity
////thanks
 
2012-10-14 01:27:13 AM

W.C.fields forever: //GWSuperfan.... sorry I got into this and took the thread in another direction.


I apologize also. I just had to tell someone. Trust me, what i wrote is the abridged version.
 
2012-10-14 01:34:51 AM

W.C.fields forever: When I went thru there I smelled Breaking Bad..My mum was the sweetest person ever.She smiled thru life.She passed away on 4/20 a few years ago..used to be a stoner day ..no longer

you watchjng ALDS bro?


Bless your mom. She probably was the sweetest person ever. I know she was to you. Tonight is a night for grief, at least as far as I'm concerned. You are welcome to join me. I live in the desert so I can no longer yell at trees, but I believe that I have killed many a cactus by screaming at it.. I think I'll go harm a few more.
 
2012-10-14 01:36:36 AM

UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: W.C.fields forever: sorry to hear 'bout Mom.

Thank you for your sympathy. You have no idea how much this means to me. This comment both tickles and stimulates me to elaborate. At her funeral, I met people who I hadn't met in 45 years, but I also met people I had never met before. I loved and admired my mother, but had no idea how much she was loved and admired by people who had been touched by her kindnesses unbeknownst to me.

She had no childhood. She had her first child at 14, while supporting her entire family (Mother, father and five siblings in a GP-medium tent as a waitress as my grandfather had a broken back, and couldn't move) and I was born soon after her 17th birthday. My father was an old school Marine. My mother couldn't work, because he was the man of the house.

When my father died in 1972, she was an uneducated housewife. She immediately took classes in college to get her GED, while providing for us (three children aged 14, 11, and 7) while working graveyard shift for a shiatty restaurant, so she could provide for her dependents. She obtained her degree, and worked the rest of her life, enough to have two pensions to retire upon, but no time to enjoy either. My mother is my hero, and I wish I had her strength, empathy and compassion.

/God bless her
//this is not thread related, but I don't care 
///I'm glad you gave me the opportunity
////thanks



Damn. Rare to hear about that much amount of sacrifice and drive now a days.
 
2012-10-14 01:47:04 AM

Dadoody: Damn. Rare to hear about that much amount of sacrifice and drive now a days.


Thank you, I wish I could take credit for her. I couldn't cry for her while I took care of her small estate, but I'm crying now. Thank you.
 
2012-10-14 01:55:59 AM

UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: W.C.fields forever: When I went thru there I smelled Breaking Bad..My mum was the sweetest person ever.She smiled thru life.She passed away on 4/20 a few years ago..used to be a stoner day ..no longer

you watchjng ALDS bro?

Bless your mom. She probably was the sweetest person ever. I know she was to you. Tonight is a night for grief, at least as far as I'm concerned. You are welcome to join me. I live in the desert so I can no longer yell at trees, but I believe that I have killed many a cactus by screaming at it.. I think I'll go harm a few more.


Mom suffered for 5 months, but always smiled.The only time she looked mad ,was when you looked sad...Did your Mom just pass away? If so I'm sorry.GET OFF YOUR CACTUS.
 
2012-10-14 02:08:14 AM

W.C.fields forever: UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: W.C.fields forever: When I went thru there I smelled Breaking Bad..My mum was the sweetest person ever.She smiled thru life.She passed away on 4/20 a few years ago..used to be a stoner day ..no longer

you watchjng ALDS bro?

Bless your mom. She probably was the sweetest person ever. I know she was to you. Tonight is a night for grief, at least as far as I'm concerned. You are welcome to join me. I live in the desert so I can no longer yell at trees, but I believe that I have killed many a cactus by screaming at it.. I think I'll go harm a few more.

Mom suffered for 5 months, but always smiled.The only time she looked mad ,was when you looked sad...Did your Mom just pass away? If so I'm sorry.GET OFF YOUR CACTUS.


I lost her in December of last year, and goddamnit it was my fault. I went to a dental appointment and returned to her dying. . Ya know, she'd have told me "GET OFF YOUR CACTCUS!" also, if she was able.

You should know, I have you farkied as "One of the best on FARK". Just sayin' 

/bless your mom
 
2012-10-14 02:18:31 AM
Friday AND Saturday?? You guys are getting crazy with your planning. I think I can make it on Saturday, doubtful for Friday. Do we have a location yet?
 
2012-10-14 02:19:49 AM

Supes: Friday AND Saturday?? You guys are getting crazy with your planning. I think I can make it on Saturday, doubtful for Friday. Do we have a location yet?


Ugh clearly I can't read. I blame the booze. Flying Pig it is.
 
2012-10-14 02:20:16 AM

Supes: Friday AND Saturday?? You guys are getting crazy with your planning. I think I can make it on Saturday, doubtful for Friday. Do we have a location yet?


Saturday will be a bar crawl. I was thinking about starting at the Stone Brewery tasting room, then across the street to the Tremont Street Sports Bar, and then crawling south along Tremont from there.
 
2012-10-14 02:26:11 AM
Some limited sleeping space will be available at my house. I will have a guest parking pass that someone can use, first come first served.
 
2012-10-14 02:28:32 AM

GWSuperfan: Supes: Friday AND Saturday?? You guys are getting crazy with your planning. I think I can make it on Saturday, doubtful for Friday. Do we have a location yet?

Saturday will be a bar crawl. I was thinking about starting at the Stone Brewery tasting room, then across the street to the Tremont Street Sports Bar, and then crawling south along Tremont from there.


Sorry GWSuperfan, I didn't mean to hijack your thread. I feel terrible about this. I apologize for bringing about a pity-party. If you want to delete this crap, mention it to the mods. I'll not object. Once again, I apologize.
 
2012-10-14 02:29:06 AM

UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: W.C.fields forever: UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: W.C.fields forever: When I went thru there I smelled Breaking Bad..My mum was the sweetest person ever.She smiled thru life.She passed away on 4/20 a few years ago..used to be a stoner day ..no longer

you watchjng ALDS bro?

Bless your mom. She probably was the sweetest person ever. I know she was to you. Tonight is a night for grief, at least as far as I'm concerned. You are welcome to join me. I live in the desert so I can no longer yell at trees, but I believe that I have killed many a cactus by screaming at it.. I think I'll go harm a few more.

Mom suffered for 5 months, but always smiled.The only time she looked mad ,was when you looked sad...Did your Mom just pass away? If so I'm sorry.GET OFF YOUR CACTUS.

I lost her in December of last year, and goddamnit it was my fault. I went to a dental appointment and returned to her dying. . Ya know, she'd have told me "GET OFF YOUR CACTCUS!" also, if she was able.

You should know, I have you farkied as "One of the best on FARK". Just sayin' 

/bless your mom


Not your fault bro.I said to Mom once 'nobody gets outta here alive" And everytime we were in front of the dreadful coffin she said that to me..Mom got mad if you cried at a funeral.I remember she glared at her sisters when Grandma passed...Bless your Mom ..It's the biggest kick in the stomach of alltime.
 
2012-10-14 02:34:39 AM

W.C.fields forever: It's the biggest kick in the stomach of alltime.


Boy howdy. And I lost interest in the ALDS when the A's lost to Detroit. However I hope Detroit goes all the way. It would do my heart good.
 
2012-10-14 02:42:30 AM
Also, GWSuperfan, I'm gonna make every effort to attend at least one of your days. You've put too much effort into this for me not to attend. If I can swing it, I'll be there. Not just for you, but for me.

/fark, times are tough
//I'll do my best
 
2012-10-14 03:29:29 AM
What did I miss?
 
2012-10-14 10:57:35 AM
I'll actually be flying in from South Carolina that weekend to visit a friend. I don't have any set plans, so maybe I can convince him to come out.
 
2012-10-19 08:11:46 PM
I cannot go this time around, too much stuffs goin' on.

Had fun at the bowling thingie though!
 
2012-10-19 09:33:43 PM

PoliticalDerp: Still trying to drum up your friends' business at that Flying Pig place huh? Well maybe they should've leased someplace that was not on a residential sidestreet like Tremont, FFS. It sure looks dead usually, so good luck with all that. I guess I'll just go to another Fark party somewhere else that doesn't have some self-serving hidden financial aspect to it. I swear, that's just like f*cking Californians.


Oh, so you would have come all the way to San Diego, from DC, for a Fark party...but since it's at a place where one of the people here on fark may or may not know [a|the] owner from the destination, you aren't going to. Now I get it.

I sortof went to the first fark party there...err, well, I went a week early on accident. Bartenders were cool, and walking a whole block off the main drag doesn't really phase me much, so oddly enough I didn't think the place was so bad. YMMV, I suppose.
 
2012-10-19 09:36:16 PM

pedobearapproved: bah, another San Diego Fark party not in San Diego.


yeah, downtown San Diego isn't San Diego - I know what ya mean.
 
2012-10-19 10:00:10 PM
I hope that this isn't a costume party. I'm staying home from Halloween at work, because I don't want to see women in costumes. I get jealous and severely depressed.
 
2012-10-19 10:31:18 PM

Myria: I hope that this isn't a costume party. I'm staying home from Halloween at work, because I don't want to see women in costumes. I get jealous and severely depressed.


Not planning on it being a costume party. It's after Halloween. On the other hand, I won't discourage people from wearing costumes if they want.
 
2012-10-19 10:33:36 PM
I work in Tustin so it may be a trip i can make. Gonna need to find a hotel nearby to lay my drunk head when Im done
 
2012-10-19 10:34:59 PM

IamAwake: PoliticalDerp: Still trying to drum up your friends' business at that Flying Pig place huh? Well maybe they should've leased someplace that was not on a residential sidestreet like Tremont, FFS. It sure looks dead usually, so good luck with all that. I guess I'll just go to another Fark party somewhere else that doesn't have some self-serving hidden financial aspect to it. I swear, that's just like f*cking Californians.

Oh, so you would have come all the way to San Diego, from DC, for a Fark party...but since it's at a place where one of the people here on fark may or may not know [a|the] owner from the destination, you aren't going to. Now I get it.

I sortof went to the first fark party there...err, well, I went a week early on accident. Bartenders were cool, and walking a whole block off the main drag doesn't really phase me much, so oddly enough I didn't think the place was so bad. YMMV, I suppose.


I wasn't planning on Friday being a big thing- Friday night is more of a "hang out and chill". People will have the opportunity to stick around for Saturday.

On the subject of things to do on Saturday during the day, there's obviously the beach, there's an Art Museum, the California Surf Museum (to which I have tons of free passes), AND if anyone is interested in historical stuff, they're having an event out at "Heritage Park" which has the town's original schoolhouse, original newspaper building, a jail, boarding house, and other old-timey stuff to check out.
 
2012-10-19 10:36:26 PM

Hondaman4ever: I work in Tustin so it may be a trip i can make. Gonna need to find a hotel nearby to lay my drunk head when Im done


Let me know your requirements and I may be able to help with that. Motel 6? Comfort Inn? More upscale? (there's a Wyndham downtown)
 
2012-10-19 11:36:35 PM
This is only a couple hours from me...I'm in San Diego right now until about March
 
2012-10-19 11:48:50 PM

Mudwhistle62: This is only a couple hours from me...I'm in San Diego right now until about March


Take the Coaster up, Mud
 
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