[QUOTE=TWS;7145187]Why are you deleteing his post RIU ? What benefit does he have to come on here and lie ? He is a very small time personal grower and the feds showed up at his house. The detective told him they were part of a internet narcotic investigation team and the other detective was upset that the guy let it out of the bag. HOW DID THEY GET TO HIS HOUSE ?
What are you guys covering up for yourselfs that you have to go and delete his post. It sucks FDD got
[QUOTE=justadude420;7144661]I just wanted to see what a budworm looked like, so I signed up. I found a great crowd and made a few friends and decided to stay. I ended up posting and really liked this place.
Anyway Rollitup has decided we can NOT delete OUR accounts, everything posted is THIER property and if you don't like that you should have read the TOS.
I requested my account to be deleted due to my identity has been compromised, THEY DO NOT CARE ABOUT YOUR OR MY LIFE.
[QUOTE=chb444220;7095539][U][I][B][SIZE=5]ok guys... i think ive found teh frostiest bud(s) ive ever seen.. ever![/SIZE][/B][/I][/U]
these were not grown by me... i found these on another website... they were grown by sum1 called NuggetShiner. The strain is called Decap... not sure the lineage.. im thinking deep chunk is crossed in tehre sumwhere... anywaysss.. check these out!!!
[QUOTE=Beansly;7081197][INDENT] [B] I'm made some peanut butter and chocolate dank cookies early this morning. After sticking them in the fridge for 2 hours, they're in the oven now. Here's how I did it. This is the recipe I followed:
* 1 cup Canna butter
* 1 cup crunchy (or creamy) peanut butter
* 1 cup white sugar
* 1 cup packed brown sugar
* 2 eggs
* 2 1/2 cups all-purpose
[QUOTE=oakley1984;7046495]air layering, a pictorial how to ;)
[IMG]http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/extension/ornamentals/airlayer/fig1.jpeg[/IMG][B]Figure 1.[/B] Method of wounding woody plants such as magnolia, gardenia, rose, fig and similar plants. With a sharp knife, make two parallel cuts about 1 1/2 inches apart around the stem and through the bark and cambium layer. Connect the two parallel cuts with one long cut (a) and remove the ring of bark (b), leaving the inner