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leegreen

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About leegreen

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  1. New member

    Welcome, Are you Gnasher reincarnated ?
  2. 14 Point Red Stag Antlers

    PM sent
  3. alaunt dog

    Food bill.
  4. Weed ;)

    I'd get that in.
  5. Beating/ Picking Up

    Bump, as this is a good deal and a good way in to gain permission. Also a good way to train a dog, but if you're not on top of your dog, don't bother
  6. Finally

    That's lovely looking baby, well done you's
  7. Accip Your Children Are Doomed.

    Is it available in English?
  8. Polycarbonate

    Meths is good and as far as I know doesn't mess with polycarbonate. Acetone products such as nail varnish remover etc will break down poly type materials. If all else fails Google. Looks like you've done it feck knows why you asked on here
  9. Weed ;)

    missing out on untold millions in revenue.................................................... Colorado’s 2017 marijuana sales reach $1 billion in just eight months Legal marijuana is a bona fide billion-dollar industry in Colorado. And it’s hitting the mark faster than ever. In 2017, Colorado eclipsed $1 billion in marijuana sales in eight months; in 2016, it took 10 months. Colorado’s marijuana retailers logged upward of $1.02 billion in collective medical and recreational sales through August, according to The Cannabist’s extrapolations of state tax data released Wednesday. Year-to-date sales are up 21 percent from the first eight months of 2016, when recreational and medical marijuana sales totaled $846.5 million. This year’s cumulative sales equate to more than $162 million in taxes and fees for Colorado coffers. During the month of August, sales of flower, edibles, concentrates and accessories were nearly $137 million — $100.3 million from recreational cannabis sales and $36.5 million from medical marijuana — according to The Cannabist’s calculations. The Colorado Department of Revenue’s latest report lists marijuana taxes, licenses and fees remitted in September. The receipts largely reflect sales made in August but have the potential to vary because of incomplete or late returns from prior months. The monthly tax data now comes with some additional stipulations. It’s the second full month in which marijuana sales have been subject to a different taxing structure, and the reports reflect a “period of transition,” DOR officials say. The special sales tax rate for recreational marijuana increased to 15 percent from 10 percent in July, as the result of a new law that also exempted recreational marijuana products from the 2.9 percent standard state sales tax. Medical marijuana and accessories are still subject to that 2.9 percent sales tax rate. The Cannabist’s calculations for July and August 2017 recreational sales are based on revenue reported for the new 15 percent sales tax. Economists and state officials have projected that the annual growth rates for Colorado’s cannabis sales will eventually moderate as the local market matures and other states adopt recreational cannabis measures. Here’s a look at Colorado’s previous cumulative yearly sales totals: 2014: $699,198,805 2015: $996,184,788 2016: $1,313,156,545 It is coming,no doubt about it,just a matter of time,i am visiting a legal commercial set-up next month in Ottawa Gissa job.
  10. Weed ;)

    any new name helps Wedding cake?Tangilope?Alien OG?I remember long before pretentious cannaseurs got involved it was just thai-stick and red-leb Zero zero or Sputnik.
  11. Who Loves Pork

    I've had Sheep, Goats, Chicken and Turkeys. Done the whole thing myself, from bottle feed to freezer. Can't bring myself to do Pigs, too intelligent and I think I'd get too attached to them. I took my Sheep to the abattoir once ( horrible places), they had a power cut, I had to drag the sheep out of the van ( they knew something weren't right) and put them in a pen whilst I did the paper work and they sorted the power out. When I came back to the van which was parked near the pen where I had left them, they started to call to me, it proper choked me up I nearly put them back in the van and took them home to do myself. I will never go back to an abattoir again. I may have another think about Pigs as they come up all the time, proper cheap too, £30-£40 is the going rate for a weaner, the older the better and they cost about £1 per day or there abouts depending on how much free grub you can get. i kept a few sheep years back the tastiest were hebridean , hardy little b*****ds but very very tasty big ol ram and a few ewes dont take long to get a few for slaughter , kept pigs free range funny fkers , guinea fowl anglo nubian goats geese and chickens all found there way into the cooker /bbq, dont think same rules apply now as back then but it was great fun , home reared food deffinately is tasty I've had Sheep, Goats, Chicken and Turkeys. Done the whole thing myself, from bottle feed to freezer. Can't bring myself to do Pigs, too intelligent and I think I'd get too attached to them. I took my Sheep to the abattoir once ( horrible places), they had a power cut, I had to drag the sheep out of the van ( they knew something weren't right) and put them in a pen whilst I did the paper work and they sorted the power out. When I came back to the van which was parked near the pen where I had left them, they started to call to me, it proper choked me up I nearly put them back in the van and took them home to do myself. I will never go back to an abattoir again. I may have another think about Pigs as they come up all the time, proper cheap too, £30-£40 is the going rate for a weaner, the older the better and they cost about £1 per day or there abouts depending on how much free grub you can get. i kept a few sheep years back the tastiest were hebridean , hardy little b*****ds but very very tasty big ol ram and a few ewes dont take long to get a few for slaughter , kept pigs free range funny fkers , guinea fowl anglo nubian goats geese and chickens all found there way into the cooker /bbq, dont think same rules apply now as back then but it was great fun , home reared food deffinately is tasty Still think home slaughter is allowed, but you can't sell or trade it. Tried to explain to a Muslim once that my home reared meat was more Halal than anything he had bought from the butchers. Meaning the animal had a pure upbringing and died without fear. He was eating the same stuff as us, but his was killed by a man with a beard.
  12. Who Loves Pork

    I've had Sheep, Goats, Chicken and Turkeys. Done the whole thing myself, from bottle feed to freezer. Can't bring myself to do Pigs, too intelligent and I think I'd get too attached to them. I took my Sheep to the abattoir once ( horrible places), they had a power cut, I had to drag the sheep out of the van ( they knew something weren't right) and put them in a pen whilst I did the paper work and they sorted the power out. When I came back to the van which was parked near the pen where I had left them, they started to call to me, it proper choked me up I nearly put them back in the van and took them home to do myself. I will never go back to an abattoir again. I may have another think about Pigs as they come up all the time, proper cheap too, £30-£40 is the going rate for a weaner, the older the better and they cost about £1 per day or there abouts depending on how much free grub you can get. iv a mate like that he get very attached to his livestock an there a fallow deer at his feeders he wont shoot it either, strange it be hanging up if id my way an he geriatric sheep running about eating good grass id have them in the dogs freezer Pretty much the same as me about the birds here, plenty of Woodies, Pheasants about and I haven't shot one in the 17 years I've been here. Sheep are stupid and seem to know they're gonna be eaten.
  13. Beating/ Picking Up

    £45 wow! Are you sure that's Yorkshire?
  14. Gogglebox

    You.
  15. Who Loves Pork

    I've had Sheep, Goats, Chicken and Turkeys. Done the whole thing myself, from bottle feed to freezer. Can't bring myself to do Pigs, too intelligent and I think I'd get too attached to them. I took my Sheep to the abattoir once ( horrible places), they had a power cut, I had to drag the sheep out of the van ( they knew something weren't right) and put them in a pen whilst I did the paper work and they sorted the power out. When I came back to the van which was parked near the pen where I had left them, they started to call to me, it proper choked me up I nearly put them back in the van and took them home to do myself. I will never go back to an abattoir again. I may have another think about Pigs as they come up all the time, proper cheap too, £30-£40 is the going rate for a weaner, the older the better and they cost about £1 per day or there abouts depending on how much free grub you can get.
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