I first met Brian Clark at Redline Studios in Columbia, Missouri. It was 1991. We were both aspiring musicians/recording engineers with a dream of making things. Music for me. For Brian, it was music, film, games, databases, etc. As a reminder, in 1992 they were using dbase and the WWW was not really available for public consumption yet. Just one of many examples of how Brian was always years ahead of his time, in whatever was of interest to him. We ran an indy record label together with only one release to speak of: Noise Ordinance, a compilation CD with 15 bands from the Columbia, MO area. Words can't express the gratitude I have for spending the time together in such a creative engagement. Our "reindeer games" (marketing stunts and pranks in general) were elementary compared to the things Brian pulled off over the years to follow. Here is the one reference online to the project I could locate. I hope you enjoy this glimpse of Brian during the years just before his move to Orlando.