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  1. webeblzr

    Some WA State Recreational Bud

    Oh damn, I did not see these replies, I am sorry. I first got educated about poor food quality, back around 1980. My son was born on May 20 1980, by the summer, something did not look right about him. Upon a check up, the doc was concerned about his body was not growing properly, and he started to ask us what and how and when we feed him. The doc was leaving the profession, he was very direct, very forthright, and very unforgiving concerning the AMA and how it was changed during his time as a new doctor to where he was back then. He in fact, told me point blank, to stay away from standard medicine practices as he felt, some THING has changed, and it /is not to be trusted the way they sell it to be. He gave me a list of books to read talking about plants and nutrition. Books about food processing, and what is done to it. How they created so much Franken Food, that the human body, is no longer able to discern organic proteins to manufactured ones. Now looking around at today's world, he may have been correct. Ultimately, we spent Christmas and New Years, in Intensive Care, with our son, and they said it was Cystic Fibrosis, and the outcome was going to be bleak at best for him. However, it was not the case, it turned out to be a NOW simple milk allergy, but it was so rare back then and unlooked for. So all was well for us, BUT, now I did not trust much of anything being spouted in the USA. That was how it started for me, just searching for truth, and it is in VERY VERY short supply in America. Business can out and out lie to you, and when folks get bitched up from it, the courts will take their side. Corporations are just another type of Mafia, to squeeze money, anyway possible, and then to be up held as some grand design for the betterment of humanity...it's a grand illusion. You know, like politicians care about you and your well being. Dinosaur vomit, was coined by a lady in the midwest, in a comment section of the VitaMix website. Back after my ma, passed away, I got her VitaMIx, and very powerful blender. So I was looking to purchase a new blender vessel, and since mine was quite a few years older, I was reading in the comments section, looking for comments about others replacing theirs. I read one about a lady, using a second vessel, to grind up kitchen scraps to make faster compost!! MIND BLOW IDEA!! So very very simple, why did I not think of it!! I thought pouring nasty ground up veg matter, around the base of our outdoor plants, would be hideously ugly, and it is for a couple of hours, but the next day, it looks like nothing really, some drying up veg matter. So now all these years later, I brought it indoor, and my hula girls were DV'ed, and now I'm running a cycle with out it...and it's going back in ASAP! It works wonders with all the beneficial organisms I add. I'm seeing about a 1/3 less plant size this run and the only variable I changed was no DV. So that is my blahblahblah!!
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    Most Odd Place you have Lived

    No Garderartus, I have not. The only time I was down that way, I was working, in some horrible hot factory on some of our equipment installed there, that made paper towels. We had talked of driving over that way, but the heat in the plant, averaged around 110 F in the morning. They had what looked like wee guard shacks, throughout the main building, that was air conditioned, so if you felt wobbly from heat, you could step into one, and cool down, unless it full from other melting people. Down by the equipment, it was CRAZY hot!! That was a long long week. We just wanted to get to some tempered air up north.
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    When you can’t find your string

    Just fasten a piece of chicken wire/poultry netting in the ceiling, and tie off of it with the green plant tie, then it always there and ready to hang some bud. With a S hook attached to one end, it makes for fast hangars. I tried the yoyo's and did not care for them at all. That is a great issue to have man!
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    Most Odd Place you have Lived

    In our small town, there was a small house, for rent, and it was really cheap compared to most everything else. It was 1973 or so, when I went to look at it, I had never realized it was a hold over grave yard from the segregation days, or a grave yard that would only plant folks of color there. The grave markers, were very crude, almost like there was a wooden box that was used as a mold, then a 1 inch thick concrete mix was poured into them, and then whoever simply scratched the name in with a stick or nail. All were very crude, most so hard to read the names were lost to time. The house set right in the graveyard, and we had folks tell us it was the caretakers house, but I think it was the whole deal, funeral parlor, and keepers quarters. I never did know for sure about the house, as it was a small 2 story, and hippies had lived they well before us. I sure wish one of them had taken an art class, as their psychedelic scrawl drawings sucked! And were very hard to paint over. I never saw any type of apparitions while living there, now did we get many visitors.
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    stoned ramblings, say or post anything you want.

    I've always had to take twice as many fem cuttings to get the same few rooters I need. They always give me a fit.
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    Sannies Jack f9 / Herijuana ibl

    All great choices!! Wish you all the best!!
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    First Car you ever owned and got stoned in :)

    I always thought moniker went to the AMC Pacer, as it looked to be a rolling greenhouse. I did not own a car at 12, so it would have been a 49 Nash 4-5 of us got running back in the junk yard, and would drive it around the logging roads. It was a way cool car, the seats would lay back to make a big bed of sorts. Looked like an upside down bath tub. We could NOT help ourselves to NOT drive it on the roads late at night here in the Appalachians. The first winter, after we got it running, we got all smoked up, and drinking Rock n Rye and we would take turns, trying to roll it over, back in the junk yard, OMG we would laugh like crazy. We never did roll it over, but we did knock a few trees over. Back then, we only got patrolled by the state police, and never saw them. My first car was a 70 Triumph Spitfire, that was flood damaged. So it was dirt cheap. It had like 6 inches of stream vomit covering the interior, and under the bonnet, and in the boot, was a thick carpet of the same stuff. But a couple of weeks of seat disassembly, and cleaning, rebuilding the Carb's, and swapping out a few parts. I drove it for a couple of years and sold it for way more than I paid, even being a flood car. Now that was great stoner car, well when it ran great, she would have hissy fits on occasion, cough, sputter, slow way down, smoke, shudder, and then all of a sudden it would pass, and she would run like dream, never fast, but nice and steady...for a while.
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    No Till Raised Bed Methodology

    Excellent boxes tacman7!! I love them!! I love the green house also!! When I found my example, it was more a basic lay out for me, it's bit to gingerbread for me, I'm way more Neanderthal than gingerbread, LOL! 3.8% Neanderthal according to the DNA folks!! I also have not really considered a greenhouse to cover mine, and I was just going to grow vegetables anyway. No outdoor wacky tobacky outdoors for us, way to many eyes....and the cop shop is a mile + from me. Again man, great boxes!!
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    stoned ramblings, say or post anything you want.

    Yeah me to, being a drunk at 12-13 years old, going to school drunk, fighting, hate filled, blind rage. 17 totally demolished cars, oh that was being a man. If weed did not find me, at 13, a grave would have. It still took me a few years to get ahold of alcohol. I just hate that part of my life, I do even know that person now. He hangs on a nail in a wall in a closet I've sealed up, I hope forever.
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    The Onesie

    My first love, of cannabis growing was my first box I made from electric motor shipping crates, I went dumpster diving for 20 years ago now. And, I need some thinking activity, as the winter doldrums are attacking me right now, well one other reason, to show a lurker, that you do not need big lights, big area, or a pile of money to grow dakine. It's a very simple enclosed grow area, I made with scraps, and box of free light bulbs from our local electric company, you get by asking them for the bulbs. So with some garden fence wire, a 3 gallon pot and saucer (screwed together) add some Reflectix insulation, silver tape, and 2 construction wired sockets you would use to daisy chain some temporary light on a construction site, and 2 salvaged the cords from a pair of fans that went belly up once upon a time. This is the first of 3 of the Onesie Group that will be a complete system, clone/seedling Onesie, veggitating Onesie, and a flower Onesie. I have the plant picked out to start off with. It's a bit to tall, so my first cutting is a topping really, and that will be where the veg Onesie will be needed, and once rooted and ready for shaping the clone Onesie will come on line. Each of these will have a hard backed foam constructed outer cover that simply lifts off each one. These have not been made yet, as my pick up is still full of snow. Honestly I do not need the covers, since I need to do some cutting, training with some recuperating time. Organic nutrients, mostly Dr.Earth stuff. I'll be starting various jars of fermenting concoctions, fermented kelp, fermented garlic bulbs, and a fish hydrolysate. I've got a small hydro set up rolling around in my wee brain that may pop out also. So some pics of my silly cheapo Onesie. The last pic is the light source for the clone Onesie, when I make it, in a few days. We'll see.
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    I want a job in the Cannabis industry

    What the world needs, is a stoner retirement center. If you can not piss hot we do not want you! Meditation and gardening, to live my days out like that, would make the last 50 years of secrecy and shadow walking worthwhile to my old simple mind. Find an old motel complex, fence it in, and renovate it. As long as I can move and garden, I'll share with those that can not. Just a mind dream. Best to ya Baq, I'm pulling for you folks.
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    stoned ramblings, say or post anything you want.

    Something I've been reading about. I'm beginning to see/understand the universe is vibration, since we are made up of stardust, why would we not be fine tuned with vibration? As I said, I'm new to this psychonaut thinking. I still go back to what Cesar Milan tried to teach us about dogs, you do not need words. You need strong energy, a guttural bark, and simple touch, to bond mentally with them, well in experience anyway. And I got a long way to go to understand it all, if we ever do. https://www.binauralbeatsfreak.com/spirituality/solfeggio-frequencies-guide
  13. Hey shoeless, 45-50 hours or so. It was one of the reasons for me to lose interest. If I was in a business building mode, I would hired trimmers, well trained some trimmers, and paid them well. 2002-2004 was much different time in America as far as 50 rolling up on you. I'm maybe a mile or so from a huge ass cop shop. So after learning how to blow them up to Jurrasic size, I went back to simple growing. Quiet crime.
  14. Now that is freaking amazing article. Yeast and mold, brothers from another mother. Or, Yeast Mold, Microbes the real Trinity.
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    SANgear

    They must have gotten swamped all at once, as I also had that picked ( 8 packets left) and got the sorry sold out notice. I also felt gut kicked! It's the seed game. I am however thrilled with my package, as the amount of freebies seems to out number the packets I paid for.....what a horror!! LOL! Thanks San.
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