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  1. I'm not the least bit impressed that you know Alec Baldwin. I will admit to being a bit jealous about the '00 CoRo, but that pic of your tanned feet with flip flop marks impressed me immensely. Well done Sir!
  2. Thanks for the advice Gentlemen, wish we had more time !
  3. Awesome Fuzz, thanks ! My amphetamine days are over.... 😊
  4. Ok thanks! Perhaps going all the way up to Darwin is unrealistic. I just looked at Mapquest, and Melbourne - Brisbane is around 18 hours via M31 to Sydney and A1 to Brisbane. I grew up in the Western US, so a 1500 km drive in two weeks doesn't seem excessive to me. Would it be best to fly up to the Barrier reef from Brisbane? Again, any suggestions for must do / not to miss things would be much appreciated.
  5. Starting to plan a two week trip to Australia next year. We love to drive, so we thought about flying into Melbourne, renting a car and heading up the east coast to Darwin. I guess my big question is this too ambitious for two weeks? Probably only stay a night in the big cities,we're more interested in getting off the beaten path, seeing National Parks, etc..The only thing we want to do for sure is get in a couple of beach days and dive the Great Barrier reef. Any suggestions with itinerary or must do things would be greatly appreciated!
  6. Salvage? Three years of neglect? Seems to me that you set up a perfect long term storage situation. Average RH in Portland is close to 70%, and at a reasonably constant 65 degrees, your cigars have been perfectly stored for ageing IMHO. I'd be really hesitant to toss in a bunch of bovedas yet, and go really slow if you do. If the cigars are not cracking and the current bovedas are not totally dry I think you screwed it up just right. 😉 Start smoking them and see.
  7. "The federal government regulates drugs through the Controlled Substances Act (CSA) (21 U.S.C. § 811), which does not recognize the difference between medical and recreational use of marijuana. These laws are generally applied only against persons who possess, cultivate, or distribute large quantities of marijuana. Under federal law, marijuana is treated like every other controlled substance, such as cocaine and heroin. The federal government places every controlled substance in a schedule, in principle according to its relative potential for abuse and medicinal value. Under the CSA, marijuana is classified as a Schedule I drug, which means that the federal government views marijuana as highly addictive and having no medical value. Doctors may not "prescribe" marijuana for medical use under federal law, though they can "recommend" its use under the First Amendment." Once this changes and the Feds declassify from a Schedule 1, look out.... Big Pharma will push all their chips in the pot. No pun intended....
  8. Lots of problems in the marijuana industry up here in the Northwest right now. The local joke is 'if you want to make a million dollars growing weed, better start with two million'. Both Washington and Oregon states licensed too many growers and the supply has far outpaced the demand with a resulting plummet in prices. Right now Oregon has over a 1 million pound surplus.... roughly enough for 6 years of retail sales at current levels, and no place to sell their product due to the Federal laws that prohibit out of state sales. It's not the cash cow that so many expected and lots of small and large growers are going broke as a result. The retailers however are doing great, so look for more goofy marketing like our friend with the glass top blunts. :-) IMHO, the big money in the future will be in the tinctures, salves and CBD products for medicinal use.
  9. No sorry I edited my post, I meant the Corona Extras. I'm slippin in my old age... 😶
  10. Every year they get better. Bob sounds really good and strong this go round and they are playing a lot of songs that haven't been heard in years. Mayer is killin' it !!
  11. Just got back from Hell-A, saw both shows at the Hollywood Bowl... two shows at the Gorge starting tomorrow. All the years combined, they melt into a dream..... Summer Tour 2019 Shoreline Amphitheater Friday May 31, 2019 Set I Playin’ In The Band Shakedown Street Brown-Eyed Women Mama Tried Peggy-O It Hurts Me Too Black Throated Wind Casey Jones Set 2 Scarlet Begonias Fire On the Mountain Althea Estimated Prophet Eyes of the World Drums Space The Wheel Wharf Rat Sugar Magnolia Encore: The Weight Shoreline June 1st Cold Rain and Snow Hell in a Bucket Easy Wind Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo High Time Jack Straw Birdsong Don't Ease Me In Set 2 Iko Iko New Speedway Boogie> Sugaree Help on the Way Slipknot! Franklin's Tower Drums/Space Stella Blue Not Fade Away Lady with a Fan Terrapin Station Hollywood Bowl Monday June 3, 2019 Set 1: Cold Rain & Snow Hell In A Bucket Easy Wind Mississippi Halfstep High Time Jack Straw Bird Song Don’t Ease Me In Set 2: Iko Iko New Speedway Boogie Sugaree Help On The Way Slipknot- Franklin’s Tower Drums Space Stella Blue Not Fade Away Lady With A Fan Terrapin Station Hollywood Bowl June 4th A Love Supreme Shakedown Street Friend of the Devil Alabama Getaway Ramble On Rose Brown-Eyed Women Cassidy Fire on the Mountain Set 2 Estimated Prophet > Truckin'* He's Gone St. Stephen Turn On Your Lovelight Drums/Space Standing on the Moon U.S. Blues Brokedown Palace
  12. If you have a circular saw you could buy 3-4 masonry blades and cut it in a hour or two. Or go the the rental yard and get a gas powered block / masonry saw and do it in a couple of minutes. Either way, get a helper so it doesn't fall over on your head.

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