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Justcozz last won the day on June 3

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About Justcozz

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    Muscle cars, 4 wheeling, dirt bikes, hunting, fishing, anything with friends and family.

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  1. Justcozz


    Great job Mr G. The plant looks amazing. Can't wait to get some Shiva Dawg going and try it for myself.
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    Watch your timers

    Of course you can repeat it.....just leave the lights on again...lol hey, I hope they are amazing and have boosted healing properties for you and the ones you take care of.
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    Trapper's corner

    Hey Trapper, amazing work that you are doing there sir.
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    stoned ramblings, say or post anything you want.

    Well just got some feedback on the SiFi Blaze. I gave about 10g of the #1 plant to a good friend who is a pretty heavy smoker. As a reminder, #1 is the plant that produces the very emotional sense of joy. Here is what he said. Makes a guy feel good to get feedback like that from his first cross. Those of you that have some beans....hope you get that pheno
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    What do you listen in this moment ?

    Today is a sad day....the Queen of Soul dies at the age of 76. she will be missed. Now she will sing lead in the lords choir.
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    stoned ramblings, say or post anything you want.

    Not sure when the seasons are in your area. You can check with the Fish and wildlife in your state. They will have season dates and locations for all forms of hunting. I wouldn't expect that you would have a problem with your dog. It would be extremely difficult to mistake any dog with a deer, or any other game animal. Even if somebody is hunting coyotes, I'm sure your dog would be fine. But be warned, in many states it is illegal To use dogs to hunt and/or chase deer. Washington State for example, a person can legally shoot a dog that is actively chasing a deer. I've never heard of someone doing it. But you may get a really pissed of hunter giving you a piece of his mind if he loses a nice buck because your dog chased it away. Generally, I think you would find that hunters are very nice people. They may be a little secretive on if and where they saw bucks, but are usually nice. Hint, if you are out there and do see any deer, keep track and share the info with any hunter you encounter. They will be very thankful. Hunters will remember that guy (or girl Ms G) that put them on a buck. 3 years later he or she will see you, pull over and share a beer and a joint with you....friends for life.
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    3 day darkness at finish?

    I have no idea if there is a benefit or not. I knew a guy about 30 years abo who would move his plants to a dark room and leave them until the soil dried and let them die in the pots. He liked the high he got from them. Though he didn't use the term "cure", he did explain the smell and taste was much better than cutting and hanging to dry. Maybe it would be worth trying it with one plant.
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    stoned ramblings, say or post anything you want.

    Yeah, they are probably just scrolling and reading. When I'm busy, it seems as I'll flip through and read a little hear and there. Have to push myself to hit the likes and post. Especially when using my phone, I hate trying to type on my phone. Speaking of being busy, archery deer season starts on Saturday, you all won't be seeing me on here much in the next 2 weeks. Hope I'll have some nice pics and stories for you. Probably will be about "the one that got away" lol
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    stoned ramblings, say or post anything you want.

    Hey @baqualin, yeah, I learned a little more after the shots didn't capture the meteors. I have done many star trail photos. Also a few with star trails and a lit cabin in the front. LED light bar on the jeep works great for that. I do have a intervalmeter, I usually set it up with exposure time and interval time between shots. Like the Ronco Rotisserie, set it and forget it. I think all my photos are on my old computer in storage. I'll have to go through my laptop and see if I have any on it.
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    Newsweek Special Edition: Weed

    Looks like a good one. I stopped buying magazines when the article pages got outnumbered by ads 3 to 1. It's ridiculous that you spend the money on a magazine with 100 pages and 80 of them are ads. I understand that the magazine has to make money. But it has gotten out of control. Why would I buy a magazine that gets paid to print the ads and charge me to read them. It's a total scam that I can't be a part of.
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    Ghetto grow 2018

    Yeah, I have some shiva dawg beans. Going to add them to the indoor run. Hope I can work it out to have it going soon. It would be nice if I can figure out a way to not be so busy this fall. Seems like January through June is the only time of year I am at home for more than a few weeks at a time.
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    Ghetto grow 2018

    Looks fantastic bro. I have a little something that I got going outside, late season. I'll get some pics up tonight or tomorrow. Didn't want to show until I was sure they were going to grow and enjoy the 100+ temps we are having. Got back in Northern Cali from San Diego on Saturday, but not home just yet. Hope the girls (plants, don't know what they are yet) are looking as good as I hope they are. Something new from the Cozz place.
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    stoned ramblings, say or post anything you want.

    Mr G. Yeah I have the Carr Fire about about an 2 hours away. It was the largest fire in Cali history until a few days again when several other fires came together as one, the Mendocino Complex Fire. Also have one pretty close, the Whaleback Fire. It's in my favorite deer hunting area. I think they have it under control, now just knocking out pop up hot spots. Just got back from San Diego on Saturday, fires all the way from northern Cali to the Mex border. Yosemite National Park was on fire also. I hope I will be able to get into the woods this season. This Saturday, the 18th, is opening day for archery and most of the forests are closed. It is going to be a tough year for hunting. So far, other than the Carr Fire, most of the fires have stayed away from populated areas. The Carr Fire is near Redding California. It burned up a little over 1000 homes and killed 12 people the last I heard. A great grandmother and her two grandchildren (4 and 6 I think). Fire fighters and a contract dozer operator cutting fire lines. The biggest problem we have here in California is activist stopping the government and state from cleaning up the forest floor. All the dead trees and massive amounts of underbrush are what stops the fire fighters from being able to contain and put out the fires. when the forest floors are cleaned up, the fires move slow and heat is relatively low. The Fire can be put out with minimal damage to the older trees and forest as a whole. But when the floors are covered with dead trees and thick brush, it gets so hot that it creates it own wind and climate. Creating a situation where there is nothing left but ash and can move miles in a day. Spot fires from the Carr Fire were found up to 10 miles away. I know we need brush and dead trees for the little forest creatures, but if the forest burns that hot and fast, the animals as well as the forest are completely burned. As someone who lives in the woods, I see this every year. Large logging companies own much of the land around hear. They maintain their lands and and animals thrive there. When they get fires, they are able to be put out relatively quickly. Within two years the forest looks new again. Areas not maintained sometimes never recover. Ok, I'm done ranting...lol
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    MCT oil vs. Coconut oil

    Coconut oil is not 100% pure MCTs, which means it is not 100% absorbable – those fats need to be digested before we get to those fatty acids. Coconut oil is roughly 60% MCTs. Broken down, it is: Lauric acid, 45% Caprylic acid, 7% Capric acid, 6% The tricky thing is that not everyone can efficiently break down fat, even coconut oil, as easy as it is to digest in comparison to other fats. The reason for that is, in order to digest fat, the body needs to be able to produce healthy bile. Bile helps you to digest fat and promotes the secretion of pancreatic enzymes that further break down fat. In order to do this, we need a healthy liver and gallbladder. Furthermore, fat digestion begins in the mouth with help of the enzyme called lingual lipase. Then from there, most fat is broken down in the small intestine with the help of pancreatic enzymes and bile. Not everyone can efficiently break down fat because of improper digestive habits: chewing or eating too quickly, eating while stressed, and living an overall toxic lifestyle that congests the liver and gallbladder. All of these factors contribute to poor fat digestion. https://blog.paleohacks.com/benefits-mct-oil-vs-coconut-oil/#