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  1. Slocombe

    Australia is headed down a dark path

    The Australian people voted for this clusterfuck.
  2. Slocombe

    Frost tolerant Trichocereus?

    It regularly gets below freezing where I live, and it's not an issue at all for trichocereus. They're tough.
  3. If you haven't seen it you're missing out https://www.sbs.com.au/ondemand/video/629476419953/dons-party
  4. Slocombe

    Marihuana Ganja

    Allegedly MongyMan on ozstoners not only still has it, but actually introduced it to the wider world through Marc Emery before it basically dissapeared again . I'm not a believer in his story... If only because I'd still want to put the genetics out there rather than horde it.
  5. Slocombe

    It's been to long advice on spores

    Prints get traded/sold within Australia. My key bit of advice is to never have spores sent from overseas.
  6. Slocombe

    I am a 31

    Did they survey your work colleagues?
  7. Slocombe

    Youtube vids

    I like the violin backing track: Rows of houses, all bearing down on me I can feel their blue hands touching me All these things into position All these things we'll one day swallow whole And fade out again and fade out This machine will, will not communicate These thoughts and the strain I am under Be a world child, form a circle Before we all go under And fade out again and fade out again Cracked eggs, dead birds Scream as they fight for life I can feel death, can see its beady eyes All these things into position All these things we'll one day swallow whole Fade out again Fade out again Immerse your soul in love Immerse your soul in love
  8. Slocombe

    Error 500 with the forums

    So the forum uses cloudflare? "A 521 error happens when we are unable to make a TCP connection to your origin server. Specifically, Cloudflare tried to connect to your origin server on port 80 or 443, but received a connection refused error."
  9. Slocombe

    the pee master

    Life isn't a pissing contest. Or is it?
  10. Not on Facebook. What happened?
  11. Slocombe

    eBay/Gumtree finds

    Pretty sure I know who cheezleburger is. He's great to deal with, both on here and on ebay.
  12. Slocombe

    Townsville man facing court for growing cacti

    It's a bullshit argument. He probably just took a cutting and gave it to a friend
  13. Slocombe

    Townsville man facing court for growing cacti

    It seems you just beat me to it @Gimli Hope this person isn't a member and they get the lightest possible penalty. Its a bullshit law.
  14. Slocombe

    Townsville man facing court for growing cacti

    https://outline.com/2j7TbB CONFUSION levels were high as to the legality of cactus plants when a Townsville man was brought before the courts for possessing dangerous drugs. Robert Michael Nakovics faces drug charges relating to cactuses police discovered at his Cranbrook home during a raid on July 2, 2016. Nakovics allegedly had 20 cactus plants growing at the rear of his property, including San Pedro, Peruvian Torch and Bolivian Torch varieties. All three forms of Cactus contain mescaline, a dangerous drug that causes hallucinogenic effects that have been compared to those created by LSD or magic mushroom consumption. Appearing in Townsville Magistrates Court on Friday defence lawyer Brandon Wood of Gun Lawyers said his client would be proceeding by pleading guilty. However, when Mr Wood said the guilty plea would be referring strictly to the possession of the actual cactus plants, with the prosecution not being able to prove Nakovics extracted the mescaline the cactuses, Magistrate Cathy Wadley sought clarification. “There are many varieties (of cactus) that are shown here and they look like common garden varieties,” Mrs Wadley said. “Yes, your honour … there are probably many homes across Townsville … well Australia (with the same plants),” Mr Wood said. Police prosecutor Mark Fenlon said the Drug Misuse Act was somewhat ambiguous when it came to mescaline while Mr Wood said his client was ready to plead guilty on the understanding that possessing any part of the plant that contained mescaline was illegal. Mr Wood referenced section 4 of the Drug Misuse Act which states a dangerous drug means “any part of a plant that is a thing stated in the Drugs Misuse Regulation 1987” (which mescaline is). But Mrs Wadley, who said she had never encountered such a situation before, remained unconvinced. “I can’t imagine that section (of the legislation) applies to possessing mescaline because you are growing a cactus,” Mrs Wadley said. “It’s a very curious topic … is it the prosecution’s position that anyone who owns a cactus including in parks and gardens (is possessing a dangerous drug)? “It’s a very curious matter that probably needs more exploration.” The prosecution and defence have been given extra time to seek clarification through case conferencing. The matter is next due before the courts in March. The Bulletin attempted to get a clear answer off the State Government as to whether or not it was illegal to own certain varieties of cactus. The inquiry was passed through the Department of Justice, Department of Environment and the Queensland Police Service with no one being able to provide a straight forward answer. A QPS spokesman said “the marks on the plant are what’s important … it can be presented as evidence that someone is in possession of the cactus for the mescaline”, but they would not comment further.
  15. Slocombe

    home made alchol

    if nothing in this is soldered, i say go for it... if they have used solder, make sure its not lead.