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Old 11-28-2007, 10:16 PM   #21
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I'm in on the campfire idea. Should I bring the 4 footer or my 8 man huka?

roadtech or is that ROACHtech?

an 8 man would be cool to see i had a buddy who had a bong made out of a lightbulb

nail you with posession IF your lucky.....more likley posession with the purpose of trafficking
and then some......


i bet some guy or gal is reading that article and going yeah im gonna go and claim it hehehehe wouldnt that be cool?
saw a guy caught on video reporting a theft.... of his 12 pot plants
thbe cop was having trouble keeping a straight face...saying ARE YOU ABSOLUTLY POSITIVE YOU WANT TO REPORT THIS?

the guy was going yes i want to report it
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That doesn't surprise me

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Old 11-29-2007, 12:06 AM   #23
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One time in OKA the burned thousands of plants I mean likely close to a ton of weed the whole town was high including all the cops. it was the funniest thing ever.

and they are way off on the Total amount. Weed in FLA (good) weed can fetch upto $5000.00 per pound as per the DEA'* information release. and if it were plants and not dried pot you can already cut that amount in half so it is closer to 30 pounds. And thats if they are quality yield plants.


Remember I live in the Marijuana gateway to the US ... It happens every day here.
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I know what happened.

The harvesters got intterupted and forgot where they left their neatly bundle bags.

What were we talking about again???

EDIT: http://youtube.com/watch?v=jF0wtJtqpIw

LMFAO
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Its been sooooooooooooo long since I have been in that frame of mind. Random drug testing sucks!
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Its been sooooooooooooo long since I have been in that frame of mind. Random drug testing sucks!

Ahhhh, yes. The good ole days. Those hazy, forgotten months of my youth.
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I know who it was

Mr. 99 Midnight Blue SSEi

Thats why he hasn't responded in this thread
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how long would 60 pounds last 1 person? Anyone?
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how long would 60 pounds last 1 person? Anyone?
142 years


assuming the person spends $50 a week on 3.5 grams of quality stuff.

27 grams in each ounce
432 grams in each pound
25920 grams in 60LBS
Roughly 7400 weeks covered
52 weeks a year.
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Actually, it'* completely dependant upon what smoking apparatus you use, as well as your consumption. A person may spend $50 a week because that is all he/she can afford, but with more you WILL use more. It'* like money. The more you have, the more you spend.
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