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  1. 16 hours ago, dwkl said:

    Thank You Wild Bill - That is what it is.  I left the planet for a small break on Thursday for the weekend and of course it happened then.  I am getting it fixed.

    Seems to me you probably got repeated prompts to renew it. 

    Yet you did nothing until I posted this thread. 

    Glad I could bring it to your attention.

    To put things into perspective, no one should ever use a website that doesn't have these basic protections. Sure, it could be nothing, or it could be the first sign that a website was taken over for uses that are not in anyone here's best interest. That's why you get the warning. Because something is wrong. Ignore warnings and suffer, it's how the world rolls and it's much less 'forgivable' these days. 


  2. I get enough spam already.

    On top of that anyone who signs in gets their password stolen. Your location is stolen. All the cookies you are carrying showing your browsing history is stolen.

    This is just like not wearing a mask for covid. Plenty of excuses and only one solution= Be responsible and make the web site proper so their are a lot less chances of victims because of your laziness. Same with masking up in public, quit being lazy and wear it. 

    I'm totally fed up with lazy people being stupid when the stakes are so high. 

    And with that, until this site 'masks up' you are all free to enjoy whatever happens when you press your luck. I'm going to keep doing the right thing and hope I'm lucky enough not to suffer or cause anyone else to suffer. 


  3. Just now, rock49911 said:

    How about this?  Applying a thin layer of some kind of mulch around the plant to control moisture?

     

    For outdoors. That would work. Right now the sun is beating down on any exposed ground and drying it up. If you have water close then it doesn't matter and actually gives to a chance to add water and nutes as often as you want to. However, if a watering source is difficult to use at a location the mulch would help. With my cannabis plants, they are big enough already to shade the ground beneath them and there's no need for ground cover. 

    My pepper plants have plenty of exposed ground around them and they are drying out almost every day. They could use something to keep the moisture in the ground from evaporating. 

     


  4. 12 minutes ago, blackhorse said:

    After using the Pro Mix for a week, I notice the soil is not as fluffy as Ocean Forest. 

    Next time I will add some vermiculite to the mix.

    Think that is what it is called to get more air into the soil.

    Suggestions on percentage of vermiculite to add? 

    There are two types of Pro Mix, HP and BX.

    BX has more vermiculite so you don't have to water as often.  

     


  5. 12 hours ago, Michigan Justice League said:

    Hey! Did you know that most of the time, since 2008 and before, Michigan police and prosecutors have been failing to accuse people of a crime on the face of the complaint/information when it comes to marijuana charges? 1101033052_ComplaintGraphic002.jpg.db4a6a980e72aa5979a5a7e4756cdd85.jpg

    https://youtube.com/watch?v=qQuWpEWCLL8 Here, Timothy J Kelly, a judge for the 74th District Court in Bay City, Michigan told me at my arraignment that he was not aware that the "complaint" was supposed to have an accusation of criminal conduct that I was alleged to have violated. Instead of doing the only thing he was empowered to do, dismiss the case against me, he instead ordered me to jail without bail. 

    If you have been charged on a complaint that reads as follows: 
    "contrary to MCL; 333.7401(2)(d)(i), (ii) or (iii)"

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    Your complaint fails on it's face to accuse you of a crime which allows a county prosecutor to prosecute you without ever accusing you of a crime which relieves him/her of the duty and burden of proving the elements of a crime to the jury. The courts are supposed to catch this error because in cases like this where the court lacks the required subject-matter jurisdiction the only thing the court can do is dismiss the case against you. They are without power/authority to do anything but dismiss the case.

    Every time a complaint is written in this manner the court lacked the required subject-matter jurisdiction to try or hear your case and every case heard where the charges were not specified in violation of Michigan Court Rule 6.101, Michigan law, and the Michigan and Federal Constitution(s) are void from the beginning. 

    Dig out your complaint and Information documents (1 or 2 pages) and get these documents to me if they are written like the example above.

    Michigan prosecutors in all 83 counties began a statewide effort to change the language in the complaint and Information templates used all over the state and could not decide how to charge people after the MMMA was enacted in 2008 so they left it blank and used the incomplete template to charge people without specifying the crime that the person was to be charged with. 

    This is NOT a mere technicality but rather a constitutional violation that leaves the court in perpetual want of jurisdiction over the subject-matter. 

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    If your lawyer didn't find this issue on your charging documents it is because he didn't want to find it. The difference to a lawyer is in his resulting bill for your defense. If he found and addressed this issue his bill to you would be between $150.00 and $300.00 where defending you on the other issues (Sec. 4 or Sec 8 of the MMMA) he could bill you in the tens of thousands. Additionally, Michigan lawyers are not allowed by the courts to defend you using this information as it perfectly demonstrates the appearance of impropriety on behalf of the courts themselves as they are and have been without power to try these cases.

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    To hide this issue from the defendant, the prosecutor fails to show you (serve upon you) the complaint prior to your arraignment. (Also a notice defect that equally nullifies the proceedings against you)

    Everyone that has been prosecuted in this manner is a class member in one of the largest class action suits against the state of Michigan. Email a scanned image of your complaint and information to the Michigan Justice League at: MIJusticeLeague@gmail.com. Even if you plead guilty to the charges the court lacked the required subject-matter jurisdiction and your charges will be vacated. Encourage everyone you know that has been charged for marihuana to forward their complaints to the Michigan Justice League as soon as possible.

    Peace and may God bless us all!  

    The problem starts with these bad judges that folks voted for like Tim Kelly. They are all over the state. People confuse 'conservative' with meanness and ignorance. It's a symptom of blind haltered. A real conservative would have wanted to see actual activities to decide whether our hard earned tax dollars should be spent on any case. Their incompetence is costing our country dearly. It's the same type of hatred that is aimed at cannabis users as what is aimed at black people. We have known since we were very young that it's only a matter of time until that hate gun is pointed at you.


  6. 5 hours ago, rock49911 said:

    Newbie here, never grown.  Getting ready to germinate 2 seeds and transplant into two 20 gallon plastic pots.  Any you have experience in this size?  Advantages and disadvantages?  I know from tropical fish hobby, the larger the aquarium the more stable the environment, temperature etc. so thinking similar situation with size of grow pot size.  Also, something about the size of the pot gonna help in root development and plant size?  Gonna germinate in something called "cow pots" #3 round pots (2 1/2 inch) and set these into the 20 gallon pots.  Closet size grow room, only growing two plants, scrog.  TIA

     

    What you do is start small and as the roots fill the container move up in size. 

    For example;

    1.Solo cup.

    2.Bottom of gallon milk jug.

    3. 2 gallon pot.

    4. 5 gallon pot.

    5. 20 gallon container. 

     


  7. 14 hours ago, Mr. Wilson said:

    From a residential point of view, the best thing going against this ruling, is that local gov.'s would have to create new bureaucracy. I can't see too many of them taking that too seriously. To fund it, they would have to impose a fairly high permit fee, probably over a hundred dollars per residence per year. That alone would cause people to NOT apply for a permit, just as most people do not apply for building permits when they work on their houses. Too expensive, too much red tape. Most just do the work and nothing ever comes of it.

    Are they going to add the job of inspecting weed grows to the building departments? Would they hire a 'weed inspector'? Lots of issues and money problems there...

    I don't see anything coming out of this that will affect most home growers. At worst, people would have to grow 'under cover' AGAIN. Which sucks, but most of us are used to doing that anyway.

     

       

    What they did in a situation I was involved with was be really nosey around the neighborhood and when they think they have a pot grower they trump up a reason to be at your house for inspection. Like saying they need to come in and take a look at your water meter. Once they have their foot in the door they explain they want you to have a permit and inspections for your weed business. They use the same forms and inspectors they use for inspecting rental units. A periodic fee and inspections process. 


  8. On May 14, 2020, Governor Whitmer signed Executive Order No. 2020-86, encouraging the use of telehealth services during the COVID-19 emergency. Her order is effective immediately and remains in effect during any state of emergency or state of disaster arising out of the COVID-19 pandemic. While EO 2020-86 is in effect, the written certification required for issuance of a medical marijuana patient registry card will not require the medical evaluation conducted by a licensed physician to be conducted in person. Relevant medical evaluations may – and to the greatest extent possible must – be conducted via telemedicine. Please review Executive Order No. 2020-86 for details.

    Also, all patients without a caregiver can now apply for (or renew) their Patient Registry Card online, even if their physician is not yet an online provider. Patients who use this process will receive a temporary card via email that is good for 30 days once the MRA’s Medical Marijuana Program staff and the physician have approved their online record. Please visit the Medical Marijuana Program website for addition information, www.michigan.gov/mmp.

    Please refer to the Marijuana Regulatory Agency Response to COVID-19 bulletin for full details regarding all changes made by the MRA relation to COVID-19; it is available on the MRA website at www.michigan.gov/mra.

     


  9. 1 hour ago, semicaregiver said:

    In the metro areas mail has  become a real problem.   We are on the Eastside of Detroit.  Mailing something to Lansing can take up to two weeks.  You can send certified mail and get a tracking number, but they are not bothering to scan alot of the mail so you can never really know where it is, all you know is the addressee did not get it.

    It seems like the Detroit sort facility got hit hard with Covid19. I had a lot of mail make it there and it's like a black hole where mail disappears. Now they send it through Grand Rapids to sort. I lost more than 5 pieces of mail at the Detroit facility. 


  10. 5 minutes ago, blackhorse said:

    Can you elaborate on telemed?

    Where the doctor renews you over the phone, telephone medical service. The law makers were so up tight about cannabis evaluations that they over regulated them to the point of hurting patients by severely limiting patient options. It shows more when others get to feel how it is when you can't get to the doctor. Then they loosen restrictions out of the common sense they recently acquired. 


  11. 32 minutes ago, JAbbot1985 said:

    "CBD is kind of a tricky drug because it's not very well absorbed orally," Welty explained. ... Worse, about 1 in 5 CBD products contained the intoxicating pot chemical THC, Bonn-Miller and his colleagues found. "That's a problem because THC can increase anxiety. It can actually make seizures worse

    I know a patient that uses THC to help eliminate seizures. Has been working well for them for a long time.

    Don't buy into the THC Hater propaganda, or the CBD hype propaganda. The two, THC and CBD, work well together along with all the rest of the cannabinoids. 

    I find that separating out, isolating, the cannabinoids only lead to problems. The sum of the parts of cannabis far surpass one components ability to help a patient. Keep it whole and you will see the best medical results. 


  12. 5 hours ago, Jaxsonmonster said:

    I'm wanting to do a outdoor grow this year and my brother said he would rent me a couple acres of land on his property. He is also doing a outdoor grow so my question is would it be legal if we are both growing 12 plants because I would be renting the land from him or is it still only 12 plants allowed per "household"?

    This would be a grow protected by a story line. Not clear cut legal. You would have to go forward with this knowing that it could look illegal to some authority figures that would take your grow down and give you a fine or worse. Keep in mind that law enforcement isn't going to want to look at a rental agreement. They would plead ignorance to it. Just like deeds and property lines, the cops just get that foggy look in their eyes and say they don't have the knowledge to sort it out. 

    Know your risks and proceed with knowledge and caution. 


  13. 4 hours ago, semicaregiver said:

    I believe the term is "sham sale"

    I can understand why the question is asked.  You have storefronts in detroit selling just clones as well as folks selling thru facebook and instagram.  So it must be legal!   All the comments above are correct, it is illegal.  If your tolerance for that sort of thing is high enough, you should at least have a lawyer on speed dial.

    One difference that matters between the folks honestly selling and the ones with a 'selling a solo cup' sham is the ones with the sham show they know it's illegal and are trying to get around the law. NEVER where you want to be. ALWAYS looking foolish later. 

    If you want to sell clones do it honestly like you never had any idea it's illegal. 


  14. 39 minutes ago, Blue back said:

    It's perfectly legal to gift clones. If they have to buy something else to get them there's alot of gray area. The man and the courts got way better things to pursue than trying to prosecute something that will probably never hold up in court. 

    In court you would lose, no doubt about it. Judges hate these hairbrained ideas. They would slap you down hard.

    Now you may have a point that the cops aren't going after you for selling clones.

    But if you flagrantly insult their intelligence by this rooster and bull story that you are selling solo cups they might mess with you solely because of that. These ideas are disgusting to most everyone on the level and even some that are not. 

     


  15. 12 hours ago, ThiiisBiiitch said:

    Omfg this was me this morning. I felt this in my soul the second i read it, i used 4 sticks unsalted & 1 salted. . . Looks like sludge & smelled like CRAP. Now idk if i should even bother wasting the cheese cloth to strain it! Thanks for letting me know I wasn't alone in this defeat !

    Not a defeat at all. Just strain it a few times through the cheese cloth and you have something to work with. Put it in the fridge and wait for the butter to solidify on top. Use the butter to cook with. Make baked goods. Adjust your baking temp down to 300. Be careful when you try it out. Might be strong. 


  16. The way I read it the renter was at odds with the property owner. Never a good thing especially with growing. No sense in trying to force a property owner into a situation they don't feel comfortable with EVEN IF you win in court. 

    Landlords are people too. Put yourself in their shoes before you ever start down the road dealing with them. No one likes getting forced into a situation you didn't want in the first place. 

    I watched on the news that tenants want to be able to skip their house payments because of covid19. What if your landlord has just a couple units for rent and they spent their life savings on them so they would have an income to support themselves? Always put yourself in the other person's shoes when thinking up ways to help yourself. It has to work for everyone or it's not sustainable. 

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