Dude, do you even dual exhaust bruh? 😎
I currently exhaust one of my tents straight into the room. The rest of the tents exhaust to outside. This allows that one tent to act as a heater and humidifier for the room and cut back on actual heater and humidifier usage. Worked well for the winter, but wont work so well for the summer. We are between grows, so it's time to rework it for the season. Sure, I could have ordered a normal y ducting pipe, but this gem was already sitting in my garage with no use. Lame, probably....but my lame ass loves it. It's the little things for me especially since my hotrodding days are over. 🤘
Pro ducting tip: if you must dual exhaust, never tee it together i.e. no pipes with the shape of "T". Go for the "Y" shape instead. The flow isnt restricted nearly as much with a Y.
I guess we shouldn’t be surprised - kickbacks, bribes, and pay-to-play schemes form the tattered fabric of our political system so why would legal cannabis be any different? Prop 64 gave undue power to local yokels and corrupt city officials who are now blaming the state for giving them so much rope to hang themselves with. But in the meantime, it is the legit, law-abiding, fee-paying, cannabis industry hopefuls who are left swinging in the breeze.
At a time when thousands of eligible applicants are on the verge of being starved out of the California cannabis industry before they can even get into it, we are starting to see real evidence coming to light confirming the age-old suspicions about lawmakers and their lack of ethics.
When #Prop64 was passed back in 2016, most grassroots cannabis activists and advocates were actually not in favor of the new law as it was written. The flaws in the legislation became apparent immediately, and to the credit of the bureaucratic agencies overseeing this enormous endeavor, they did spend a majority of 2018 asking for feedback from the community and trying to implement some improvements.
Still, there are over 10,000 temporary cannabis businesses licenses that are due to expire this year and as many as 6,200 are set to expire by April and the state has no plan in place to extend or reissue those temps, nor does it have the manpower to process all of the applications before they inevitably expire.
So far, the state has issued just 52 annual licenses to serve what is touted as the largest cannabis market in the world. Only nine licenses have been issued for cultivation – in the entire state.
But before you can even get to that frustrating stage, you have to get past your local lawmakers and another major problem with Prop 64 is how much decision-making power it bestows on individual cities and counties when it comes to who will get the proper local permits in order to satisfy the state to receive an operating license.
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Some of y'all just want to know what the most potent #edible in the shop is. And while I personally think there are far more factors to consider when choosing edibles, these chocolate dipped Oreos featuring #DipNDots (the strain not the ice cream) are our heavy hittas. So don't say I didn't warn you when you try to pregame with one (typical dose is 1/2) and wake up at 7am on the couch in a full face of makeup. kthanksbyyye.