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About Yeti101

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    Yippee ki-yay m*therf#cker
  • Birthday May 19

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    Philosophy, freedom, Science Fiction, mindfulness, giving free advice*, and maintaining my privacy.

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  1. I suspect the binfire (or bonfire) is going to get hotter in the near future @Darklight. There are some pretty heavy hitters who are unhappy with MMA, and at least one of their paid staff has left recently (with more rumours of mismangment and disaffection, including amongst volunteers).
  2. Yeti101

    Meet up: Melbourne

    Yeah, that would be nice.
  3. This whole thread makes me deeply happy. Also, unhappy.
  4. Yeti101

    Online Mushroom Day 2021

    Due to the current restrictions in Victoria the Australian Psychedelic Society and MYCOmmunity have had to move the Melbourne Mushroom Day program to online. The event is now on Saturday June 12 between 1pm and 8pm. It'll l be recorded to available to watch for 6 weeks. There will also be extra opportunities for Q&A with the speakers over the 6 week period (schedule TBA). Tickets here: https://events.humanitix.com/mushroom-day-2021?_ga=2.185152937.1851544095.1622694995-1602649199.1622694995 There'll be talks and workshops on many topics including: ecology and conservation mushroom cultivation mushroom medicines how to use iNaturalist how to use a microscope sequencing fungi and environmental DNA safe foraging of edible mushrooms poisonous look-alikes natural dyeing myco-materials Keynote speakers: Dr Alison Pouliot - an ecologist, environmental photographer and honorary fellow at the Australian National University. Her research spans both northern and southern hemispheres where she is actively involved in fungal conservation andethnomycology, conducting over 400 fungus workshops and forays over the last two decades. Alison’s recent book, The Allure of Fungi (CSIRO Publishing) explores the natural and cultural curiosities of the fungal realm. Her new book (co-authored with mycologist Tom May) is the first field guide to edible fungi in Australia will be published later this year. More information is available at www.alisonpouliot.com Dr Sapphire McMullan-Fisher is an ecologist who has a special interest in conservation of biodiversity, particularly the macrofungi and mosses. She has lived in Australia, New Zealand and Africa and is interested in these and similar landscapes around the world. She most enjoys spending time in bushland and working with community groups to help them understand the importance of fungi in maintaining health. www.funfungiecology.com
  5. Yeti101

    six years later and i'm back

    Yeah, still some of us old-timers lurking here, our shapely skulls replete with forbidden knowledge.
  6. Yeti101

    Meet up: Melbourne

    What time are ppl going to be there?
  7. Yeti101

    Meet up: Melbourne

    See above.
  8. Yeti101

    Meet up: Melbourne

    They say the way to a man’s heart is though his stomach. I say, aim lower.
  9. Yeti101

    Meet up: Melbourne

    I should be able to make it - should be a few ppl coming along. Usual location?
  10. Yeti101

    Meet up: Melbourne

    OMFG, yes! will be great to see you again @Amazonian
  11. Entheogenesis Australis is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.


    Topic: SAB Lockdown Plant Meet - Zoom Meeting
    Time: Aug 30, 2020 01:00 PM Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney


    Join Zoom Meeting

    Meeting ID: 801 260 4189
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  12. Yeti101

    Meet up: Melbourne

    Fucking epic idea. I'm going out of my tiny little mind.
  13. Yeti101

    Watch this space

    Yeah @Northerner I saw that too . Well, I remembered to put a short recommendation in to the TGA in favour of getting CBD scheduled as a pharmacy-only medicine. I know it’s not a huge thing, but it would help with public attitudes I think, as well as being really helpful for the conditions CND can help alleviate.
  14. Yeti101

    Watch this space

    INQUIRY INTO THE USE OF CANNABIS IN VICTORIA Terms of Reference On 30 May 2019, the Legislative Council agreed to the following motion: That this house, requires the Legal and Social Issues Committee to inquire into, consider and report, by no later than 2 March 2020, into the best means to — prevent young people and children from accessing and using cannabis in Victoria; protect public health and public safety in relation to the use of cannabis in Victoria; implement health education campaigns and programs to ensure children and young people are aware of the dangers of drug use, in particular, cannabis use; prevent criminal activity relating to the illegal cannabis trade in Victoria; assess the health, mental health, and social impacts of cannabis use on people who use cannabis, their families and carers; and further requires the Committee to assess models from international jurisdictions that have been successful in achieving these outcomes and consider how they may be adapted for Victoria. https://www.parliament.vic.gov.au/lsic-lc/article/4259
  15. Yeti101

    Watch this space

    Definitely both disappointments in their own ways. Maybe we’ll have more impact going straight to the TGA. That they’d even consider it is a big deal.