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  1. An hour each way is probably about right, as it is near the end of the Metro line. Depending on traffic given day of the week and time, if you time it right, Uber from downtown could probably get there in around 20-25 minutes or so, but I’m not sure how much that would cost.
  2. Blue line down to Van Dorn Street Metro will get you within a do-able walking distance. Probably about 10-15 minute walk — over the bridge over the train tracks and then left on Pickett. It is probably a cheap Uber or cab ride from that metro stop, if don’t want to walk it (or walk back from the brewery to the Metro). There are some places that have will have one or two Aslin beers on tap at any given time, but hard to know if in rotation. (Even the brewery rotates beers on a daily basis, and I’m always checking the website or Instagram for drop announcements.). Best way to do it may be look on Untappd and try to “find it,” if you can’t make it to the brewery. If you really want to try their stuff, brewery is best bet because they will have about 10 of their beers on tap, plus another 6 or so available for can or bottle purchase. Website is updated every morning with Alexandria Draft and To-Go beer lists. I’ve been waiting for another drop of the Double Orange Starfish or Masters of Karate.
  3. A couple of elections to monitor today... Run-off for President in Tunisia Parliament elections in Poland. Question there seems to be how much the Law & Justice party wins by.
  4. Ah, ok. I don’t listen to much local sports talk radio, so missed that.
  5. I did not see much of that yesterday. I thought the response was pretty supportive of Hudson. I think I saw one Miami-area reporter tweet something negative about Hudson, but he was pretty widely trounced for that.
  6. Huge game by Sanchez. Amazing to steal that one down Hudson, not having to spend starters in relief, and a couple of regular starters out, in relatively easy fashion.
  7. I haven’t seen Zim look that spry since he was playing 3rd.
  8. 6 men left on base for Taylor so far tonight. Nats could really use Robles.
  9. I thought I saw Mikolas giving Soto a crotch grab back after the grounder. ETA: Crotch grab off is on.
  10. The "peach orchard" from Gettysburg. It is where Gen. Dan Sickles lost his leg. After the war, his amputated leg went on display at a museum, and Sickles would visit his leg on the anniversary of the battle. The leg is still on display at the National Museum of Health and Medicine.
  11. Yeah, I was pretty nervous about Soto earlier this year. He was having trouble in April/May adjusting to pitchers' adjusting to him (seeing less fastballs and more offspeed pitches). He definitely quieted those concerns of mine.
  12. As I walk through the valley where I harvest my grain, I take a look at my wife and realize she's very plain (Because this thread needs some Weird Al.)
  13. It looks like The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari and Nosferatu are streaming, but I'm not sure how many could get to watch old German silent films (I freaking love Caligari though).