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#40320 - 11/06/14 03:39 PM Re: Halloween Horror Survival... [Re: Andy the Aussie]
Joshua R. Offline
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You better stock up on steel.

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#40324 - 11/07/14 01:08 AM Re: Halloween Horror Survival... [Re: Joshua R.]
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.....I still have a little in reserve ... wink
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#40325 - 11/07/14 02:17 AM Re: Halloween Horror Survival... [Re: Andy the Aussie]
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Originally Posted By: Andy the Aussie
I am a bit concerned now....not thinking I burried the remains in the national park near home.... what if a whole PATCH of HELL FRUIT grow now....


It would be in good company, there would be plenty of stuff growing in there besides native plants. grin
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#40334 - 11/07/14 09:08 PM Re: Halloween Horror Survival... [Re: Andy the Aussie]
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Yeah mate... if there was a bit of a bushfire they would be very very VERY mellow pumpkins... LOL
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#40346 - 11/08/14 08:29 PM Re: Halloween Horror Survival... [Re: Andy the Aussie]
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I guess MaryJane takes root almost anywhere ...international weed?

-carl
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#40348 - 11/08/14 09:52 PM Re: Halloween Horror Survival... [Re: Andy the Aussie]
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In the country near where I grew up (National Park) it was not at all uncommon to walk onto a small crop. Local hippy types always had a bit in the ground. As I got older the crops got larger and the people growing it got nastier. Saw a few booby traps and steered clear of the areas for a good few years. Good fishing (rainbow trout) but not worth the BS of the lunatics involved..!!
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#40350 - 11/08/14 10:28 PM Re: Halloween Horror Survival... [Re: Andy the Aussie]
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I guess it is the same everywhere....

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#40352 - 11/09/14 02:17 AM Re: Halloween Horror Survival... [Re: Andy the Aussie]
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Originally Posted By: Andy the Aussie
In the country near where I grew up (National Park) it was not at all uncommon to walk onto a small crop. Local hippy types always had a bit in the ground. As I got older the crops got larger and the people growing it got nastier. Saw a few booby traps and steered clear of the areas for a good few years. Good fishing (rainbow trout) but not worth the BS of the lunatics involved..!!


Once again, Waki will solve the issues! Just steer clear from the traps and when you see the lunatics just draw the Waki and show it to them...
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