Time to burn :)
The “addicts” will be featured on MTV’s “True Life,” which is what you get when you combine a network too stingy to invest in actual programming content with pathetic, whiney wanna-be-stars who’d gladly eviscerate their mothers for 15 minutes of fame.
Or, as MTV would have it, the show, um, “covers important social and personal issues for young people in a straightforward, empathetic style that respects its participants and its impressionable viewers.”
Oh, I get it! They’re impressionable, so of COURSE you must lie to them that marijuana is addictive! Makes perfect sense, if you’re an amoral showbiz douche-bag who’d peddle his mother’s wrinkled ass if he thought he could make a couple extra bucks.
“ARE YOU ADDICTED TO MARIJUANA?” a promotional piece screams. “Are you smoking so much marijuana that it’s messing up your life? Have you gone way beyond the ‘typical’ pot smoker to the point where you need weed just to feel normal?
“Do you continue to smoke despite negative consequences in your life?” the breathless promo asks. (Could they mean, like, being stoned enough to watch stupid shit like “True Life”?) “Do you want to quit but you’re finding it hard to stop?”
“Have you looked into treatment programs or support groups for marijuana addiction?” MTV wants to know. “Are you smoking large amounts of Spice or K2, a form of synthetic marijuana?”
Oh, MTV. I laughed from a good healthy place when I saw this article
Photo 1) A Spider mite/egg
Photo 2) A leaf with REALLY bad spider mite damage
Photo 3) Bud that is literally over-ran with spider mites
Photo 4) Basically the photo that i’ve seen getting reblogged that made me think of informing people of spider mites in the first place. Beautiful bud.. not so pretty with little spiders.
“Spider mites are the bane of marijuana growers. Mites are not insects, but arachnids, the same family as spiders. They have eight legs. Your garden is probably infested with two spotted mites. When looking through a loop or magnifying glass, two black spots are visible on the pest’s back. Gardens are also infrequently infested with the red spider mite.
Spider mites are about the size of a poppy seed. They insert a tube into the plant and suck out its juices. Indoors, where they are not combating nature’s challenges, mites multiply quickly and overwhelm gardens. Mites lay eggs after they mature, about two weeks after hatching. The females lay thousands of eggs over their lifetime. They hatch in about three days.
Mites inhabit the underside of the leaf and are not readily apparent. The first indication of their presence is usually the sight of tiny brown spots circled by small yellow areas. These areas indicate sites where mites have used their proboscises to puncture the leaf surface and suck the plant’s sweet juices. As the population increases they begin to build webs and can be seen commuting from one feeding area to the next.” -Ed Rosenthal
officially the most evil entities in the entire universe
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America doing what they do best
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