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    Wild Bill reacted to Restorium2 in Can you buy medical or rec marijuana online?   
    Perplexed? The people who get legal bribes and sell grow licenses would have to pass it.  You think you can bamboozle them Bozo? They pay close attention to their cash cows. 
    People have been trying to bamboozle their way into the cannabis market puffing smoke about hemp for a long time now. It's soooo old. 
    The costume is tattered and doesn't hide anything anymore. 
     
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    Wild Bill reacted to Restorium2 in Can you buy medical or rec marijuana online?   
    We pay the piper because of the lobbyists that legally bribed the politicians to make it legal. 
    Go around that and find out what they have dreamed up to keep their cash cow. 
    If you keep in mind what the businesses pay to be able to grow and sell you realize why everyone doesn't get to sell. 
    It all has to add up and make sense. It doesn't make any sense for one person to pay a huge amount to sell and another does it because they want to. 
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    Wild Bill reacted to rambozo420 in Can you buy medical or rec marijuana online?   
    This is why I try to keep tabs at this site. Does anyone remember the 9&10 news story about the young man selling chocolate and gifting flowers online out of Detroit. What's that follow up story I truly hope a happy one. No B.S. I just wish it could be transferred like a roadside veggie stand it would be the biggest job creation in History and a Dime on time if You ask Me
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    Wild Bill reacted to garyfisher in Savvy Patient   
    is this some type of joke?  I'll give you an application to be my patient.  I charge a $500 application fee.
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    Wild Bill reacted to Laughing Pat in Recreational vs. Medical?   
    Ever since I started growing I'll never go to a rec shop again, they have chemically blasted weed that just looks good, no true quality about it.
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    Wild Bill reacted to Restorium2 in MARIJUANA REGULATORY AGENCY ANNOUNCES PHASE OUT OF CAREGIVER PRODUCT IN THE REGULATED MARKET   
    Actually, they were buying from the black market and saying it was caregivers. 
    This will be a boon to truth in marketing. Grow your dam weed yourself and sell it dispensaries. Quit lying for money. Do a little work for a change. Find out what work for money is. 
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    Wild Bill got a reaction from glued gorilla in Can someone point me   
    I for one didn't respond because I had no pertinent information about the subject. But, if it makes you feel better;
    I've never heard of that strain and have no idea where one might obtain such a thing.
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    Wild Bill got a reaction from blackhorse in Can someone point me   
    I for one didn't respond because I had no pertinent information about the subject. But, if it makes you feel better;
    I've never heard of that strain and have no idea where one might obtain such a thing.
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    Wild Bill reacted to Restorium2 in Where Can I find thc/cbd cartridges   
    lol
    They are at over a thousand dispensaries here in Michigan. Be American, Buy American. 
    Here in America our carts are tested and clean. 
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    Wild Bill reacted to Supremegorgeousone in Free help for cancer patients, no strings attached   
    Hello, I’m currently a hobbyist grower and ER nurse. I have been researching extensively on the medical benefits of cannabis. I sincerely believe it will slow or stop the growth of many different cancers. I’m upset that it isn’t encouraged more by doctors or offered by doctors. I want to help. I can help you make RSO or make it for you, help you choose and grow plants, give you grow advice, grow for you. My assistance is free for cancer patients. I live south of Kalamazoo outside of the city. Yes it’s free. I want to help.  I’m not rich but I will do whatever I can.
     
    Please contact poster via private message  private email or other outside links not allowed in open forum .
     
    if you want to see some of what I do. 
     
     

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    Wild Bill reacted to KLAW Blog in Is Michigan an open carry gun state?   
    Michigan is an open carry state. There is no law that says it is illegal to do so.
    The Michigan State Police legal update describes Michigan’s open carry  law as follows:
    In Michigan, it is legal for a person to carry a firearm in public as long as the person is carrying the firearm with lawful intent and the firearm is not concealed. You will not find a law that states it is legal to openly carry a firearm. It is legal because there is no Michigan law that prohibits it; however, Michigan law limits the premises on which a person may carry a firearm.
    Prohibited premises:
    Schools or school property but may carry while in a vehicle on school property while dropping off or picking up if a parent or legal guardian Public or private day care center, public or private child caring agency, or public or private child placing agency. Sports arena or stadium A tavern where the primary source of income is the sale of alcoholic liquor by the glass consumed on the premises Any property or facility owned or operated by a church, synagogue, mosque, temple, or other place of worship, unless the presiding official or officials allow concealed weapons An entertainment facility that the individual knows or should know has a seating capacity of 2,500 or more A hospital A dormitory or classroom of a community college, college, or university A Casino Anyone with a concealed pistol license (CPL) may carry a non-concealed firearm in the above listed premises. And it’s important to note a CPL holder is not required by law to carry a pistol concealed. A CPL holder may carry a pistol concealed or non-concealed.
    Private Property
    A private property owner has the right to prohibit individuals from carrying firearms on his or her property, whether concealed or otherwise, and regardless of whether the person is a CPL holder.
    If a person remains on the property after being told to leave by the owner, the person may be charged with trespassing.
    Schools
    Michigan schools are allowed to make their own rules about guns. The Michigan Court of Appeals ruled school districts are allowed to ban guns from their buildings and ask anyone with a gun to leave. Trespassing charges can be pursued if the person does not leave the school when asked.
    M I C H I G A N S T A T E P O L I C E
    LEGAL UPDATE
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    FIREARMS LAW
    As more and more police officers are encountering citizens who are openly carrying firearms in Michigan, the Michigan State Police offers this special edition of the Update to assist officers in familiarizing themselves with Michigan laws regarding both open and concealed carrying of firearms.
    Open carry of firearms
    In Michigan, it is legal for a person to carry a firearm in public as long as the person is carrying the firearm with lawful intent and the firearm is not concealed.
    You will not find a law that states it is legal to openly carry a firearm. It is legal because there is no Michigan law that prohibits it; however, Michigan law limits the premises on which a person may carry a firearm.
    MCL 750.234d provides that it is a 90 day misdemeanor to possess a firearm on the premises of any of the following:
    A depository financial institution (e.g., bank or credit union) A church or other place of religious worship A court A theater A sports arena A day care center A hospital An establishment licensed under the Liquor Control Code The above section does not apply to any of the
    following:
    The owner or a person hired as security (if the firearm is possessed for the purpose of providing security) A peace officer A person with a valid concealed pistol license (CPL) issued by any state A person who possesses on one of the above listed premises with the permission of the owner or owner’s agent Officers must be aware of the above exemption for valid CPL holders as many of the citizens who openly carry firearms possess valid CPLs.
    An individual with a valid CPL may carry a non-concealed firearm in the above listed premises.
    A CPL holder is not required by law to carry a pistol concealed. A CPL holder may carry a pistol concealed or non-concealed.
    A private property owner has the right to prohibit individuals from carrying firearms on his or her property, whether concealed or otherwise, and regardless of whether the person is a CPL holder.
    If a person remains on the property after being told to leave by the owner, the person may be charged with trespassing (MCL 750.552).
    MCL 750.226 states it is a felony for a person to carry a dangerous weapon, including a firearm, with the intent to use the weapon unlawfully against another person.
    Possession of firearms in public by a minor is addressed in MCL 750.234f.
    Brandishing firearms
    MCL 750.234e provides that it is a 90-day misdemeanor for a person to knowingly brandish a firearm in public. Brandishing is not defined in
    Michigan law and there are no reported Michigan cases that define the term.
    Attorney General Opinion No. 7101 provides guidance and states, “A person when carrying a handgun in a holster in plain view is not waving or displaying the firearm in a threatening manner. Thus, such conduct does not constitute brandishing a firearm….”
    In the absence of any reported Michigan appellate court decisions defining “brandishing,” it is appropriate to rely upon dictionary definitions. People v Denio, 454 Mich 691, 699; 564 NW2d 13 (1997). According to The American Heritage Dictionary, Second College Edition (1982), at p 204, the term brandishing is defined as: “1. To wave or flourish menacingly, as a weapon. 2. To display ostentatiously. –n. A menacing or defiant wave or flourish.” This definition comports with the meaning ascribed to this term by courts of other jurisdictions. For example, in United States v Moerman, 233 F3d 379, 380 (CA 6, 2000), the court recognized that in federal sentencing guidelines, “brandishing” a weapon is defined to mean “that the weapon was pointed or waved about, or displayed in a threatening manner.”
    Transporting firearms
    Michigan law details how firearms may be transported in a vehicle. MCL 750.227c and MCL 750.227d discuss the transportation of firearms, other than pistols, in vehicles. MCL 750.227(2) makes it a felony for a person to transport a pistol anywhere in a vehicle unless the person is licensed to carry a concealed pistol.
    Exceptions to the above statute are found in MCL 750.231a.
    One such exception allows for transportation of pistols in a vehicle for a “lawful purpose.”
    A lawful purpose includes going to or from any one of the following:
    A hunting or target area A place of repair Moving goods from a home or business to another home or business A law enforcement agency (for a safety inspection or to turn the pistol over to the agency) A gun show or place of sale or purchase A public shooting facility Public land where shooting is legal Private property where a pistol may be lawfully used. MCL 750.231a also provides that a pistol transported for a “lawful purpose” by a person not licensed to carry a concealed pistol must be all of the following:
    Unloaded In a closed case designed for firearms In the trunk (or if the vehicle has no trunk, it must not be readily accessible to the occupants) There is no way to “open carry” a pistol in a vehicle. An individual, without a CPL or otherwise exempted (e.g., a police officer), who transports a pistol in a vehicle to an area where he or she intends to “open carry” may be in violation of MCL 750.227.
    Carrying concealed weapons
    MCL 750.227 also makes it a felony for a person to carry a concealed pistol on or about his or her person unless the person is exempt under MCL
    750.231 or MCL 750.231a.
    Complete invisibility is not required.
    The carrying of a pistol in a holster or belt outside the clothing is not carrying a concealed weapon.
    Carrying a pistol under a coat is carrying a concealed weapon.
    Op. Atty. Gen. 1945, O-3158. According to the Court of Appeals in People v. Reynolds, a weapon is concealed if it is not observed by those casually
    observing the suspect as people do in the ordinary course and usual associations of life. 38 Mich App. 159 (1970).
    Firearms Act
    MCL 28.422 provides that a person shall not purchase, carry, possess, or transport a pistol in Michigan without first having obtained a License
    to Purchase and registering the pistol.
    The statute contains exemptions for certain persons and additional exemptions are located in MCL 28.422a and in MCL 28.432.
    A person with a valid Michigan CPL does not have to obtain a License to Purchase; however, he or she still has to register the pistol after he or she purchases or otherwise acquires it using a Pistol Sales Record (MCL 28.422a). Violation is a state civil infraction.
    Gun Belongs To Another Person?
    Additionally, a person with a valid CPL can carry, possess, use, or
    transport a properly registered pistol belonging to another (MCL 28.432).
    Gun Records
    Pistol buyers are required to have in their possession their copy of the License to Purchase or Pistol Sales Record when carrying, using, possessing, and transporting the pistol for 30 days after they acquire the pistol. These
    records are commonly referred to as Registration Certificates or Green Cards.
    Officers are reminded that after 30 days, there is no requirement to have either record in their possession or to keep either record.
    CPL (Where It Get Confusing)
    MCL 28.425o provides that a person with a valid CPL shall not carry a concealed pistol in a pistol free zone.
    The following is a list of the premises (excluding parking lots) included in the statute:
    First offense is a state civil infraction.
    School or school property, except a parent or legal guardian who is dropping off or picking up a child and the pistol is kept in the vehicle Public or private day care center Sports arena or stadium A bar or tavern where sale and consumption of liquor by the glass is the primary source of income (does not apply to owner or employee of the business). Any property or facility owned or operated by a church, synagogue, mosque, temple, or other place of worship, unless authorized by the presiding official An entertainment facility that has a seating capacity of 2,500 or more A hospital A dormitory or classroom of a community college, college, or university A casino (R 432.1212, MCL 432.202) Note, the above statute applies to CPL holders carrying a concealed pistol. If the CPL holder is carrying a non-concealed pistol, the statute does not apply. As noted above, the unlawful premises listed in MCL 750.234d do not apply to persons with a valid CPL. Therefore, a person with a valid CPL may carry a non-concealed pistol in the areas described in MCL 28.425o and MCL 750.234d.
    Additionally, the above listed pistol-free zones for CPL holders do not apply to the following individuals when they are licensed to carry a concealed weapon:
    Retired police officers Persons employed or contracted by a listed entity to provide security where carrying a concealed pistol is a term of employment Licensed private detectives or investigators Sheriff’s department corrections officers State police motor carrier officers or capital security officers Members of a sheriff’s posse Auxiliary or reserve officers of a police or sheriff’s department Parole or probation officers of the department of corrections Current or retired state court judges Out-of-state residents
    Non-residents may legally possess a firearm more than 30 inches in length in Michigan.
    In order for a non-resident to possess a pistol in Michigan, he or she must either be licensed to carry a concealed pistol or be licensed by his or
    her state of residence to purchase, carry, or transport a pistol.
    The ownership of property in Michigan does not qualify a non-resident to
    possess a pistol in Michigan.
    Non-resident concealed pistol possession.
    MCL 750.231a makes it legal for a non-resident of Michigan with a valid CPL issued by his or her state of residence to carry a concealed pistol in Michigan as long as the pistol is carried in conformance with any and all restrictions appearing on the license.
    Individuals with out of state CPLs are subject to Michigan laws that
    govern Michigan CPL holders. As many states issue CPLs to out of state residents, officers should verify that the person actually resides in
    the state that issued the license.
    If the person does not reside in the state that issued the license, Michigan does not recognize the CPL and the person may not carry a concealed pistol
    in Michigan.
    Possession of pistols by non-residents
    MCL 28.432 makes it legal for non-residents of Michigan who hold valid CPLs issued by another state to possess a non-concealed pistol in
    Michigan without complying with Michigan’s pistol registration requirements.
    Additionally, MCL 28.422 exempts residents of other states from Michigan’s pistol registration requirements therefore, allowing them to possess a pistol in Michigan, if all of the following requirements are met:
    The person is licensed by his or her state of residence to purchase, transport, or carry a pistol, The person is in possession of the license while in Michigan, The person owns the pistol possessed in Michigan, The person possesses the pistol for a lawful purpose as defined in MCL 750.231a, and The person is in Michigan less than 180 days and does not intend to establish residency here. A non-resident must present the license issued by his or her state of residence to a police officer upon demand. Failure to do so is a 90-day
    misdemeanor.
    When transporting a firearm in Michigan, non-residents must transport pistols in compliance with MCL 750.231a (discussed above in the Transporting Firearms section), unless they have a concealed pistol license
    issued by their state of residence.
    Officers are reminded that the Fourth Amendment protects citizens from unreasonable searches and seizures.
    Carrying a nonconcealed firearm is generally legal.
    Officers may engage in a consensual encounter with a person carrying a non-concealed pistol; however, in order to stop a citizen, officers are required to have reasonable suspicion that crime is afoot.
    For example, officers may not stop a person on the mere possibility the person may be carrying an unregistered pistol. Officers must possess facts rising to the level of reasonable suspicion to believe the person is carrying an unregistered pistol.
    Officers are also reminded there is no general duty for a citizen to identify himself or herself to a police officer unless the citizen is being stopped for a Michigan Vehicle Code violation.
    Here is the link to the Michigan State Police Legal Update from where the information was obtained. Please Note: Laws change so please consult an attorney for any legal questions.
    The post Is Michigan an open carry gun state? appeared first on Komorn Law.
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    Wild Bill reacted to garyfisher in Genetics Exchange   
    They just had a swap at grow green last month.  Very nice store.  Great prices.

    I just bought an anden dehumidifier from them for $500 cheaper than any other store locally or internet.
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    Wild Bill reacted to Kingdiamond in Question about genetics   
    https://potguide.com/blog/article/cross-breeding-and-pollinating-cannabis-an-overview/
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    Wild Bill reacted to garyfisher in Recreational Clones   
    great reason to keep your card folks!
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    Wild Bill reacted to Restorium2 in Recreational Clones   
    The larger issue is any transporting of recreational plants. The law is silent on the issue of transporting clones/plants so Komorn Law recommends that you don't transport recreational clones until the law becomes clearer. It's a gray area. 
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    Wild Bill reacted to Restorium2 in NEW LAWS ABOUT MEDICAL OR RECREATIONAL MARIJUANA   
    Why would anyone trust an entity that steals advertising space for hiring employees?
    Must be a low life. 
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    Wild Bill reacted to blackhorse in CBDurban   
    This is considered a 1:1 ratio.
    Yes, this will get you high, so start out with small amount.
    I have a 20%thc:18%cbd which is also a 1:1 ratio.
    Some people get headaches from the high cbd and others don't.
    A regular smoker of high thc most likely will not feel the effects much.
    I use high cbd (18%) to mix with high thc for butter. Use 25% of cbd to 75% thc, this works great for edibles.
    It is all trial and error to find what works for you and wife.
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    Wild Bill reacted to garyfisher in Cannabis activist/dispensary owner danny trevino sentenced to 16 years   
    I just cant believe the length of time.  Yeah, he grew some plants and sold and paid taxes on 3 million of income. 

    These child molestation cases from predator priests who accosted dozens of victims are walking with a year or less.  There's been many in the past year.
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    Wild Bill got a reaction from Restorium2 in Cannabis activist/dispensary owner danny trevino sentenced to 16 years   
    It definitely puts a strain on the relationship when LEO breaks down your door, kicks your butt, robs you, and then locks you in a cage.
    Hopefully cannabis will be out of the mix soon but I'm sure our beloved government will soon find something to replace it with in their war on people.
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    Wild Bill got a reaction from garyfisher in Cannabis activist/dispensary owner danny trevino sentenced to 16 years   
    It definitely puts a strain on the relationship when LEO breaks down your door, kicks your butt, robs you, and then locks you in a cage.
    Hopefully cannabis will be out of the mix soon but I'm sure our beloved government will soon find something to replace it with in their war on people.
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    Wild Bill reacted to llamabox in Grow Report Template   
    Growing:
     
    * Appearance: general description of the plant in vegging
    * Vigour :
    * Pigmentation:
    * Branching :
    * Leaf traits :
    * Growing requeriments: Feeding requeriments, humidity, temperature,ventilation, best kind of soil etc ..
    * Phenotypical diferences in growing traits : Differences that could show the different phenos in the strain while growing.
    * Aroma during vegging :
     
    Flowering:
     
    *minium of time to reach sexual maturity:
    * critical photoperiod : Aproximate minium photoperiod to induce flowering
    * General description of the flowering: flower distribution in the plant, different stages of flowering, general description of appearance,size and density.
    * Flowering time :
    * Flower/leaf ratio :
    * ovary description:
    * pistil description:
    * male flower description :
    * aromas :
    * resin production : how, when and where the resin and trichomes are concentrated
    * Flowering requeriments :Humidity, feeding and ventilation conditions in each stage of the flowering .
    * Porcentage and kind of hermaphrodistism :
    * Phenotypical differences in the flowering :
    * Autoflowering
     
    Final product
     
    * Curing : best conditions of curing and minium of time to start to show good atributes
    * Appearance: shape, colour ,density of cured buds.
    * Aroma :
    * Smoke: colour and aroma of the smoke.
    * Taste :
    * Potency :
    * Kind of high:
    * Tolerance :
     
    Adaptability Observations :
     
    * to indoor growing:
    * to different climates and latitudes :
     
    Breeding and preservation observations :
     
    * General positive traits to maintain in preservation and breeding
    * General negative traits to try to avoid in breeding
    * dominant/recessive traits in the outcrossing/hybridation:
    * stage of preservation : Number of generations from the original seeds
     
     
    Off line version...

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    Wild Bill reacted to Restorium2 in Cannabis activist/dispensary owner danny trevino sentenced to 16 years   
    Had a thought just yesterday that if there wouldn't have been a law against cannabis I would have had a lot less reason to hate law enforcement in my early years. 
    Thinking about that made me realize that younger folks these days, with cannabis legal, may not grow up with the rift between them and cops.
    Then you get this stuff still going on where cannabis gets blamed for other criminal activity, pure PROPAGANDA remains.
    Cannabis isn't causing this, people are. Bad people doing bad stuff with cannabis in the background. 
    I see that law enforcement is still missing a HUGE opportunity to mend fences. Sad. Hiding behind federal law still to put people away they hate because they are involved with cannabis. 
    Leave pot out of it and make real cases about real crime. Then you get the real criminals off the streets and quit making enemies of people who understand how bad it is to take away basic rights under false pretenses. 
     
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    Wild Bill reacted to Restorium2 in 600 watt / 1200 led comparison   
    Now you are making some sense. Folks like to blame their growing problems on everything they can think of. The good cheap lights do fine if you have your act together. No need to throw money at it. 
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    Wild Bill reacted to Restorium2 in 600 watt / 1200 led comparison   
    You proved you don't have to get all 'fancy' with the LED lights you buy. Some folks need to be fancy and others have to ask why do I need to be so fancy. Seems to me that the only thing the expensive lights do better is spend your money.
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    Wild Bill got a reaction from blackhorse in Recreational vs. Medical?   
    If you go to other states that accept a Michigan card they frequently have different tax rates for medical than they do for recreational.
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