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About Legba

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    At The Crossroads
  • Birthday 01/01/1912

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    The Blues.<br />Ethnobotany. <br />Homebrew. <br />Aviation. <br />Iron Horse<br />Shootin' Irons<br />Inner peace. <br />Po'k chops.<br />PooTang.

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  1. http://thechillifactory.com/ om nom nom
  2. Link to the show... http://mpegmedia.abc.net.au/triplej/safran/safran_2012_08_05.mp3
  3. Source: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2012-07-30/police-blast-drug-culture-after-festival-finds/4164124 Police say the drug culture at Australian music festivals is getting worse, after a crack-down at the Splendour in the Grass event over the weekend. More than 400 people were found with drugs including amphetamines, cocaine and ecstasy at Byron Bay, on the New South Wales north coast. About 20,000 revellers were at the festival between Thursday and Sunday. Officers searched 730 people and 30 vehicles during the operation, which also employed detection dogs. They say they found 421 people with drugs, including six juveniles who will be dealt with under the Young Offenders Act. Superintendent Stuart Wilkins says it is a major increase compared to recent festivals. He says the message about illegal drugs is not getting across. "Clearly there were people under the influence of drugs," he said. "It is a culture, there's no question about it. The way forward I'm not sure, but whilst ever people take illicit drugs and posses illicit drugs, we have an obligation to respond to that." Police also criticised the number of very drunk people at the festival, including one woman who elbowed a female officer in the face.
  4. Legba

    The Great Global Warming/Cooling Thread Part 2

    How much CO2 that's not attributed to humans goes into the atmosphere every year, just to see if the 21 trillion is even statistically relevant? Do human being have cyanide as part of their systems already? They don't have depleted uranium. Perhaps a tax on that?
  5. Legba

    The Great Global Warming/Cooling Thread Part 2

    (Source: http://www.zerohedge...-start-argument ) (Source: http://en.wikipedia....sphere_of_Earth ) so that's... 21 Trillion pounds of CO2 that humans sent into 11 350 000 Trillion A circular swimming pool 3.40m in diameter and 1.25m deep = 11 349.400 litres (Source: http://www.poolandsp....uk/volcalc.htm ) So how much fluid would I have to add to this pool to get this 21 Trillion into perspective? 0.021 Litres (an aussie shot glass is 0.030 l) into 11 349.400 Litres Isn't CO2 heavier than air? So you would have to pour the shot glass worth of plant nutrient/greenhouse gas onto the bottom of the pool. And then what happens? (I ain't no scientist or math genius. Might be worth checking the numbers yourself)
  6. Legba

    Hoodies in service stations

    OHS. Obviously haven't covered dealing with an incognito hippy. Discretion is a lost art i guess.
  7. How far offshore do you have to be in a houseboat to be in international waters? Sort this out, quick smart
  8. http://au.news.yahoo.com/latest/a/-/latest/14094900/police-lay-171-charges-after-nsw-raids/ Simultaneous police raids across NSW have led to 18 arrests and more than 170 drug charges. Almost 150 police stormed 18 properties across Sydney, the Hunter Valley, Tamworth and the Central Coast at 7am (AEST) on Friday. Eighteen people aged between 19 and 69 were arrested during the blitz, in which more than 20kg of cannabis was seized...
  9. New Zealand is gateway country.
  10. Legba

    u colour blind? lol

    11 first go. 4 after some wild turkey. 12 after more wild turkey and some glaucoma medication.
  11. i got an amp u can borrow.
  12. http://www.news.com....i-1226389133787 A shoplifter arrested at a St. Louis Walmart store Thursday was a carrying more than a few stolen goodies - she was lugging a portable meth lab. The alarming discovery sparked an evacuation of the outlet, in the south of the Missouri city, the St Louis Post-Dispatch reported. There were "hundreds" of people inside at the time - about 6:15pm - according to KTVI-TV. A police spokesman said two people had been arrested and that a shoplifter, who was in custody, was carrying an "active meth lab." The drug-making devices are unstable and can explode. According to Patch.com, the woman carrying the "shake and bake" lab was a 32-year-old from St. Louis' southern outskirts; more meth-making materials were discovered in her car, the Post-Dispatch said...
  13. I vaguely remember something about a system that used focused heat from the sun to break down ammonia into hydrogen and nitrogen and using that process to create a fuel source. It was over a decade ago. I think it was at RMIT but I suspect it was bought by an oil company.