It was not that long ago when the Wildomar City Council was grappling with the issue of the medical marijuana collective and hyper-moralists, Tim Walker, et ux, were ranting at City Council meetings regarding the degradation that would come to Wildomar if a medical marijuana collective were permitted to operate in the city.
So it is ironic that Walker’s Planning Commission appointee, Veronica Langworthy, who also objected vociferously to the medical marijuana ordinance, was a part of the automatic 5-0 vote to put out the welcome mat for beer manufacturers.
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My surmise is that alcoholic beverages, which includes beer, has had a far more detrimental effect on our communities, over the years, than has the use, and alleged abuse, of medical marijuana.
Unfortunately, since beer has few medical benefits (it’s supposed to be good for your hair), I am loathe to compare it to medical marijuana for it’s palliative effects for those who suffer.
I don’t want to be unfair to beer.
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Nevertheless, Wildomar Magazine, in it’s unique and continuing effort to provide political context, through commentary, on the foibles of our feckless elected and appointed officials, offers the following:
One of the curious and creative aspects of microbreweries is the unique names created for their product.
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In particular, in Wildomar’s case, I would suggest the following microbrew names be dedicated to those responsible for bringing this scourge to Wildomar, as follows:
1) Hypocritical Hefe-Walker, a pale, wheat-based Pilsner, for those with weak constitutions and/or uncertain core values.
2) Langworthy Lager, a darker amber ale, with a hint of attitude and which is, occasionally, a bit hard on the stomach.
3) Elsinore “High” Eye of the Tiger, a rum-laced beer which might satisfy local high school student’s desire for intoxication and help their parents keep them away from Ecstasy…. and jail.
4) And, of course, Cornerstone’d Brew, a non-alcoholic ale for those Evangelicals among us who are conflicted over the consumption of alcohol, but still want to appear hip and cool, yet without sin.
(Check this out http://www.cornerstonebrewing.com/)
I can’t even make this stuff up, without there being some “truth” somewhere on the Internet.
Comments can be made to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Eventually, we won’t have to import our drunk drivers from Lake Elsinore; we can grow them right here in Wildomar.