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    What Pot Should I buy?

    LOL!! This is all I see in Gatorboy's post.


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    Quote Originally Posted by KQ View Post
    LOL!! This is all I see in Gatorboy's post.
    The one with the red hairs, they get you stoneder faster.

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    Like this?



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    watch out for snakes

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    Quote Originally Posted by XXX-er View Post
    the situation strikes me as WAY too much drama at this point

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    Oldie but goodie

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    I've heard this kind is good

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    The stinkiest.

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    Iím gonna pan this thread
    Quando paramucho mi amore de felice carathon.
    Mundo paparazzi mi amore cicce verdi parasol.
    Questo abrigado tantamucho que canite carousel.


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    oh put a lid on it

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    Something from Lazy Bee Farms...like the Powderhound OG

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    Lady at the pot store by SEATAC "What pot do you want to buy"
    MT "ummm...kind that gets you high"
    Laday: "well, what kind of high do you want"
    MT "I guess about the same as 1985 or so"
    "Can't you see..."

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    Well that's easy and it only costs about $60/oz these days.

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    it is confusing. I was expecting maybe ziploc baggies vis. the fold-over kind
    "Can't you see..."

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    I'm legally allowed to smoke weed but I'm not legally allowed to step into a pot shop. I've been sending my wife in to buy a quarter for 30-40 every week. I just tell her to go buy a quarter of a *insert indica, hybrid, or sativa*. Usually I go with a hybrid leaning towards sativa.

    Also KQ looks like that tincture doesn't have CBN. I've seen a brand out of Everret that has a sleep tincture with 30% CBN, but it sas super expensive and I couldn't find it in stores.

    I'd love to see someone isolate a strain high in CBN like they have done with CBD. I'd pay good money for a cleaned up recondensed reclaim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marshall Tucker View Post
    Lady at the pot store by SEATAC "What pot do you want to buy"
    MT "ummm...kind that gets you high"
    Laday: "well, what kind of high do you want"
    MT "I guess about the same as 1985 or so"
    So... not *very* high, eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marshall Tucker View Post
    it is confusing. I was expecting maybe ziploc baggies vis. the fold-over kind
    Hell, back in the day we didn't even have that choice. Fold over was the only option, and you licked the flap to seal in freshness.

    I agree it is a constitutional right for Americans to be assholes...its just too bad that so many take the opportunity...
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    Quote Originally Posted by hutash View Post
    Hell, back in the day we didn't even have that choice. Fold over was the only option, and you licked the flap to seal in freshness.
    fold over pocketed better. The "zippers" dont fold well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hutash View Post
    Hell, back in the day we didn't even have that choice. Fold over was the only option, and you licked the flap to seal in freshness.
    That and a double album with a pack of zig zags.
    watch out for snakes

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeardMech View Post
    I'm legally allowed to smoke weed but I'm not legally allowed to step into a pot shop. I've been sending my wife in to buy a quarter for 30-40 every week. I just tell her to go buy a quarter of a *insert indica, hybrid, or sativa*. Usually I go with a hybrid leaning towards sativa.

    Also KQ looks like that tincture doesn't have CBN. I've seen a brand out of Everret that has a sleep tincture with 30% CBN, but it sas super expensive and I couldn't find it in stores.

    I'd love to see someone isolate a strain high in CBN like they have done with CBD. I'd pay good money for a cleaned up recondensed reclaim.

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    Yeah... I know it's missing the CBN but it's pretty great none-the-less. That same company is about to roll out a new CBD line nationwide. Knowing them and how into the science of it all they are I'm willing to bet they will be coming out with something high in CBN. The rep is a friend of mine, I'll check with her and get back.

    For a hybrid stain leaning to Sativia check out Dutch Hawaiian by Lucky Devil. Some list it as a Sativia but it's a hybrid. I think most strains are these days. Not many pure strains left it seems. Anyhoo, DH can be a bit racy. I like it for when I need to get my butt moving and clean the house/yard/etc.

    You might look at Cherry Pie, a Sativa leaning hybrid has CBN. I have some by Dose in the form of CO2 Oil and the CBN is listed as 2.26%

    A step down from DH is Wedding Cake by Lifted (this WC has different parents from most other growers and I think is superior). Nice good-old-fashion happy high. Wedding Cake is what I call a fun strain.

    Chocolope is another great one from the old days. One of it's parents is Chocolate Thai which gives it that good old Thai feeling. I have this as a live resin by Haku (it was Olala when I bought it but they've since changed their name).

    The one I pictured up thread, Sundae Driver is awesome for feeling up and focused but it is def. and Indica leaning hybrid.

    If you really want to relax at night try Blue Cheese or Yummy Dancehall which is a 3:1 THC/CBD (YD is couch lock - a bit heavy for me).




    Quote Originally Posted by Skidog View Post
    fold over pocketed better. The "zippers" dont fold well.
    and they were thinner so it was easier to rip out the corner when you got down to the end.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SB View Post
    a double album with a pack of zig zags.
    Deadset and (we would say) "jayeenbee." LedZep 4 if someone had borrowed deadset
    "Can't you see..."

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    For me it was Where We All Belong, Allman Bros Live at The Fillmore East, or Europe '72 and a pack of Modiano Clubs
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    or, when we were really stoned, we switched to Randy's Insta Roach....easy to roll, fun to smoke
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