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  • papasan
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    I hate paying good money for poor quality seeds.

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  • Bowhunterwoody
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    Just a few inches here. Was gone by late afternoon. Lots of wind. Got over 20" at our camp in the Adks. Heading up on Sunday for the eclipse and check for damage.

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  • Gingerbeard
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    Sounds like an adventure to a city folk like me! I'm real glad you have that extra jenny. Our power went out for a bit, last week. When it came back on, I got three telephone calls and three emails telling me the power was off.
    We are getting a bunch of rain. Not a bunch, really. Just rain. Our rain makes people sick and homeless. Flooding occurs that further overflows already overflowing and broken sewage treatment plants and makes buildings unhabitable. ​

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  • Ckbrew
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    It does look beautiful. The treck through the woods carrying 10 gallons of gasoline nearly did me in. That snap crackle pop above my head, oh what a feeling...

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    A look from the other end the next day.
    Last edited by Ckbrew; 04-05-2024, 11:03 AM.

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  • Gingerbeard
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    Geez! When a powerline falls from bad weather (usually wind) in California, communities are destroyed, and people die from fires. Electric companies say undergrounding lines is too expensive. Bad publicity and paying for damage caused by out-of-date lines is cheaper, apparently. Buuuut... an electric company is another company that is too big to take care of the problems that directly affect the people it serves, only the problems that directly affect the bottom line.
    I look at your pictures and see the beauty of nature. It is not until you tell me about your power and mobility issues that I see the damage in the beauty of nature. Thanks, CK.

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  • SoOrbudgal
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    I'm sooo sorry for this event weather in the NEast. SOB would be the first thing out of my mouth when i first look at it Gawd what a mess.

  • Ckbrew
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    Waking up to this, the driveway into the house. I would cut down the trees and plow it but there are broken trees hanging in the wires above the drive and wires on the ground.

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    The power lines are on the ground, broken trees hanging in what is left of the power and cable lines. Probably won't get power back for a week. I have a generator but can not get a vehicle out to get more fuel. It is going to be a long walk. Good thing I delayed starting this year's grow. So this is spring?
    Last edited by Ckbrew; 04-05-2024, 07:39 AM.

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  • Going2fast
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    Um fuck tweeker weed. It sounds shitty.
    2fast weed now that's a whole different animal.

  • Gingerbeard
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    I hate tweekers. Tweekers do not know how to store weed.
    Buddy Ryan's sister's biker, meth dealing husband just died from a heart attack. Among the guns, cars, A/C units, dogs, and 2 acres of other tweeker shit were a couple big bags of weed, a handful of medium size bags of weed, and a bunch of 4 and 1 ounce bags full of weed. From trim to bud. To look at it you would say 10 pounds, minimum. I base that on the pound another buddy gave me with similar heritage and qualities.
    The combined weight of all the bags was no more than a pound, including the weight of the bags. Every bit of it smelled sour.
    I have never gotten less than 3 grams from a column. To collect from a column of this tweeker weed I needed two razors: One to scrape the bowl. One to scrape the little bit that got scraped up.
    Tweekers suck.

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  • Gingerbeard
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    I avoid trouble more than I avoid confrontation Soobug-al. Never so much as worn handcuffs, thank-you-very-much! No-ma'ams! This ginger don't never like being tied up, ever! Get bullied as a kid and everyone is a stranger danger as an adult.
    Last edited by Gingerbeard; 03-13-2024, 08:29 AM.

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  • SoOrbudgal
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    Amen brother just don't get into trouble please

  • Gingerbeard
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    I have had only a few, minor issues. Refunds, I think. Resolution was 24 hours, or less. Never had to deal with a person.
    This time, I got a bum key. No problem. I would be a bona-fide, double barrel, hypocrite douchebag for getting mad at someone for making a mistake. My entire issue has been USPS employee contact. 100% entire, entire.
    I will never understand why the end had to come as it did. As far as the carrier was concerned, the package was right where it was supposed to be.

  • Bluey
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    Glad it finally came through.

    I use USPS when I order from the states if it's an option. It costs 10% the cost of UPS and FedEx. No problems yet in 30 years

  • Gingerbeard
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    Pray, m'lady SoOrbudgal the meltdown may yet explode.
    Buddy Robert has been watching all this. When he came by, this afternoon I said, "Guess what?"
    C-word had already told him what happened! By now, she has called all her family (who are my neighbors), her boss, and anyone she has come in contact with about our encounter.
    If she approaches me about any of this, there will be great fanfare. Ooh-da-laly kinds of fanfare! I have spoken of my elevated location next to a state route. The balcony in front of my door is like a great stage that faces thousands of cars a day. My capability for fanfare is godlike.

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  • SoOrbudgal
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    LOL i enjoyed your meltdown

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