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Posted August 09, 2012 - 08:53 PM

There is going to be one teed off pothead when he goes to check on his plants.We were picking sweet corn over at my great uncles property and dad said to me i wonder where these bamboo sticks came from.There were 3 laying were he was at and he said there was one standing in the ground about 10 feet back.I looked where he was at and i knew right away.I said those are pot plants.There were a total of 5.Needless to say we called the cops and they dug them up. :shoot3:

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Posted August 09, 2012 - 09:00 PM

We found at least 25 in our corn field years ago when we were chopping silage. They had cut down a corn plant to make room, then as the weed grew tall, they pulled the tops over & tied them to the corn so aerial searches couldn't see them. Dad cut a couple plants to show the Sheriff, then we just chopped the rest with the silage. And you all wondered where they got the idea for the "Happy Cow" commercials! :bigrofl:
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Posted August 09, 2012 - 09:04 PM

I found some growin g in our local state park years ago. I went and told the rangers about them. A few weeks later I checked and they were still there.

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Posted August 09, 2012 - 09:06 PM

I think I hear of that just about every year. When a farmer chops early in the season, he has a good chance to find it.
"Happy cows" I like that, bet they really let the milk flow.

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Posted August 09, 2012 - 09:07 PM

Found a couple dozen ..Back in Dad's field a few years back..Was sitting on the deck one night and Dad ask me..Why do you think the neighbor kid is carrying water back into my field...LOL..
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Posted August 09, 2012 - 09:12 PM

...Why do you think the neighbor kid is carrying water back into my field...


Because he might get thirsty while he's out on his walk...right? :bigrofl:
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Posted August 09, 2012 - 09:15 PM

It's happened a few times around us. Two years ago, the neighbor almost got his toes squished as the State police 4x4 cut across his lawn at a high rate of speed. He had just stepped out from behind his shed to see why a chopper was hovering over his corn field. They found 20 plants in there.

About 15 years ago, they busted a big grower at the end of dads road. Put it all in a big pile and burned it. It mustve been 10 ft across and near on 6 ft high.
They don't do it that way anymore as people kept driving thru the smoke with their windows down. :laughingteeth:
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Posted August 09, 2012 - 09:18 PM

Because he might get thirsty while he's out on his walk...right? :bigrofl:

Yea ..in a couple 5gal. buckets...LOl..

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Posted August 09, 2012 - 09:21 PM

They don't do it that way anymore as people kept driving thru the smoke with their windows down.


:rocker2: :bigrofl:

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Posted August 09, 2012 - 09:23 PM

Because he might get thirsty while he's out on his walk...right? :bigrofl:


Thirsty... Maybe, but I hope he packed munchies too...

ok, man, I got 5 gal of water, one box of miracle grow, a bag of bugles, six tootsie roll pops, a Lil Debbie variety pack, and a large pizza.... hope that's enough

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Posted August 09, 2012 - 10:45 PM

then we just chopped the rest with the silage. And you all wondered where they got the idea for the "Happy Cow" commercials! :bigrofl:

nothing like coming home to a bunch of cows crashed out on the couch and another group partying in the kitchen. I have also heard that pigs get pretty wild when they start munchin on the fermenting apples left at the bottom of the tree.

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Posted August 09, 2012 - 10:49 PM

About 15 years ago, they busted a big grower at the end of dads road. Put it all in a big pile and burned it. It mustve been 10 ft across and near on 6 ft high.
They don't do it that way anymore as people kept driving thru the smoke with their windows down. :laughingteeth:

That's a good one!!

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Posted August 10, 2012 - 12:48 AM

8 years back we busted some pot growers in some corn. We got the cops over and they took the pot and the growers were never seen again.. Oh well. Dad wanted to test his new 3030 out..

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Posted August 10, 2012 - 03:34 AM

It's happened a few times around us. Two years ago, the neighbor almost got his toes squished as the State police 4x4 cut across his lawn at a high rate of speed. He had just stepped out from behind his shed to see why a chopper was hovering over his cor field. They found 20 plants in there.

About 15 years ago, they busted a big grower at the end of dads road. Put it all in a big pile and burned it. It mustve been 10 ft across and near on 6 ft high.
They don't do it that way anymore as people kept driving thru the smoke with their windows down. :laughingteeth:



That's not the way you burn it, you have to wrap it up in little papers first. Oh BTW I inhaled that was the point. LOL

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Posted August 10, 2012 - 06:39 AM

That's not the way you burn it, you have to wrap it up in little papers first. Oh BTW I inhaled that was the point. LOL

And that my friend is why you have never been the President, 1) too honest
2) nobody in "power" has ever inhaled....nor had more than 2 beers...nor...
3) did I mention too honest ?
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