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Seer of the Pitt

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    The Pitt
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    AD&D + 2nd. ed. , painting miniatures, sculpting display bases, wood and stone turning- Just built a small workshop, Hand rolled cigarettes (can't afford the brand-name variety), time-space theory, Metal, Anything that explains "That Which Is"

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  1. Had a dream night before last that I and some unnamed entity traveled up the slope of a giant grass covered mountain. It was sort of like the world's tallest ski slope, in the springtime. There were various people scattered upon the slope, milling about doing what appeared to be recreational activities you'd find in a park- having a picnic, throwing a frisbee, playing with dogs, that sort of thing.. Upon reaching the top, I was told to touch the dome of the Firmament, which I did. It felt like what one would expect a gigantic crystal dome would feel, like hard, smooth and cool to the touch. Just as I was reaching up to place my hand upon this roof of the world, I noticed a World War 2 era bomber some distance away flying through said dome- looked like it was going in and out of phase sort of becoming ethereal or partially invisible ,maybe it was the material of the Firmament altering my perception of the aircraft. idk. Now, somehow there were three parachutists jumping out of this airplane pulling their chutes early and gently floating down to the grassy slope of the mountainside below. So I ask the entity how is the plane flying through the dome? He tells but for some reason I can neither remember nor comprehend what he said... Thought to myself "OK this is just wyrd. I'm waking up now." @Lord of the Dish Pit By chance, have you seen any parachutists recently?
  2. It's amazing just how fast a spinning piece can bounce around a workshop, ain't it.
  3. Creative Strengths Intellectual curiosity, ability to find and create meaning Untapped Potential Bridging theory and practice, applying ideas in real life Ideal Collaborator The Adventurer For the Thinker, the examined life is truly the only one worth living. Ever the perpetual student, you experience the world as an endless opportunity for learning, discovery, and truth-seeking. Driven by an insatiable intellectual curiosity, the THINKER makes the quest for knowledge and truth a lifelong pursuit. With all those big questions and abstract thinking, you’ve got some serious electrical activity going on in that brain of yours! Few things satisfy your inquisitive mind more than a well-formulated question or an elegant solution, and you’re content to spend much of your time alone, studying topics that fascinate you and engaging with your inner world of ideas. Your greatest gifts are your sense of wonder and depth of perception. You can see the big picture and the deeper meaning of almost any situation in a way that few others can. Your biggest challenges? Getting out of your head and learning to balance theory with practice. Try not to get too caught up in concepts and abstractions, dear THINKER. Great ideas are meant to be brought to life. Seek out the company of ADVENTURER types, who provide the perfect counterbalance to your introspective and analytical nature. The infectious energy and playful spirit of the ADVENTURER remind you to embrace the joys of creation—and to not be afraid to get your hands a little dirty in the process. https://mycreativetype.com/share/thinker/ I got The Thinker... "you’ve got some serious electrical activity going on in that brain of yours!" I can relate to that, literally. It's awe inspiring when the double-barrelled blast of thunder is unleashed simultaneously with that charged white light rushing up your leg and spine, around your heart and in your brain, out your eyes and in that split second of time you feel the power of creation and destruction connecting you with all that was and is and might be... whoever made that site certainly knows the psychology of marketing. *clicks on site's 'about' tab* whatta ya know, it is an ad.
  4. >music videos of various genres >pro 2nd Amendment channels >former military personnel podcasts >permaculture >offgrid living >diy
  5. Had to google the reference...well, that didn't age well. and here's my "witty" rejoinder Death- The Flesh and the Power It Holds.
  6. That's good to hear! I'm glad it's working for you and your missus, GEM. I think if there are any negative side effects from using hemp based products it's because they aren't full spectrum extracts or there's been a breakdown in the growing process ie. non-organic methods being used, pesticide overspray from offsite, poor soil practices ect.
  7. $250 for cannabidiol extract seems rather steep. Sounds like doctors are still paid to pitch the latest and greatest pharmacological substances to their patients. Doesn't Canada recognize your Natural Born Right to grow cannabis for personal use? Here in the Pitt our oh so gracious and esteemed state government allows only profitable farmers to grow heavily regulated hemp. @Dicey what he said. mostly. I am Schrodinger's forumite. I'm partial to the term "elf olé", myself. Now I'm off to peruse James A. Duke's work in pharmobotany.
  8. For painting miniatures I have some 1985ish Ral Partha paints that might still be usable or good enough for terrain. Also have some late 80's Citadel Color-a couple of bottles are unopened.
  9. day-drunkposting instgram vids does not make for a reputable casus belli... Red flag laws on the otherhand, might. all-in-all I was entertained.
  10. Yes. Self administered empirical data collection pertaining to the human endocannabinoid system. My research led me to the knowledge of it's existence.
  11. For world conquest I'd recommend at least a minor in Mandarin and comparative religion. My guess is international relations candidates are heavily vetted and probably indoctrinated to "play nice with the current order" so to speak. Being able to hack the eventual "skynet" will definitely be useful in amassing a drone army, as well.
  12. Given the state of Utah's position on cannabis legalization I'd say that they both have gators. That being said, you'd be to the north of me and my dirt patch.
  13. A happy thought that always works~~ I still draw breath. topic~~ Complete and Total Global Cannabis Legalization or the concept thereof, permaculture and regenerative agriculture also rank up there as well item~~ A warm gun. ;) thing~~ Since I've had them, my miniatures/tools collection place~~ a patch of dirt in the high desert somewhere in the SLV
  14. I thought the same thing... Here's a pic of some 50 state legal hemp flowers to commemorate the page number.
  15. Hawaii was jammin'. Flying around Oahu on approach and then into Honolulu International Airport at night was unbelievable for me as a first time flyer. Despite a third of the island seeming like it's paved and the serious population density, it's still paradise- lots to see and do.
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