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chillumpuffer

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  1. Thanks Sean. Never heard of her to be honest Anyway I observed the minute silence ( not in town) then I saw this:
  2. Thanks Reggie. I appreciate your thoughts and wishes. Makes the beautiful springtime weather superfluous
  3. I cannot express my thoughts this morning. Anger? sadness? Revulsion? This is now getting extremely serious. What next? Football stadiums, Wimbledon? I remember the IRA bomb in Manchester in 1996. The biggest mainland bomb ever to go off in the UK. That was scary but this is downright disgusting. Young children and innocent concert goers. I can see how easy it was to do this. Yes you get searched as you go in to the arena itself, BUT NOT in the foyer. Same at Old Trafford football ground. There are thousands of people in a small area and this is what this filth want. Chaos, paranoia. I don't know what the answer is but we are a sturdy lots us Mancs and we will not let this atrocity change the way we live our lives. A sad, sad day.
  4. I am heartbroken and in tears this morning that this has happened in my home city. What kind of despicable human does this? This is beyond terrorism. My prayers for the people who have lost loved ones and for the survivors who will have to live with this.
  5. The Nepalease Temple Ball was the best smoke I've had for a long, long time. It was so soft I took a tiny amount, rolled it into a pencil thin line and laid it on to the tobacco in the papers. It was so smooth and the hit was mellow and long lasting. I will be dropping by my friend next week for further analysis
  6. Is that Parky interviewing him?
  7. We have been to Manali in the Himalayas which is the centre of hash production in North India. Not in rubbing season though which is in October. Our guest house owner rubbed loads of "Tolas" and sold them to travellers who stayed there. A Tola is 10 grams and it was about 10 US Dollars - this was in 1991 It was glorious. Check out "Strain Hunters" on you tube for more on how to rub Charas. I never saw " Thai sticks" in Thailand in all the years we were there. Most Ganja came from Loas or Cambodia but when you did get good Ganja there it was very, very good
  8. Surprised Page hasn't done HTWWW to be honest but it may have copyright issues if he released it with the full encores from the LA show. The Song Remains The Same isn't a live album as such but a soundtrack to the film and the 02 show needs no tweaking - unless he needs the dosh
  9. Afghani Hash is always hard. It can be quite bitter to smoke. On the other hand yesterday a (very good and generous) friend gave me a gram of Nepalease Temple Ball. I have never ever seen that here before. I have seen and smoked it in Amsterdam, but unlike Afghani it was so soft. In fact we couldn't wrap it in cling film and a bit of foil was needed. Even then it stuck to it. Can't wait to have a joint of that at the weekend. Strange how the Hash and Charas of the Sub continent differ. Afghani is hard and bitter. Pakistani is relatively soft and tasty, Indian hash from the Himalaya is either hard and very greenie black or soft and light and the Nepalease is brown, soft, sweet and bliss. All are strong and wonderful in their own right
  10. Dreadful. rain rain and more rain. So much for the sun of the last few weeks. Just read that there will be no summer for the north of the UK. Cold and rainy for the foreseeable future
  11. Just dusted off the BBQ for this evenings opener to the Barbie season. A dozen fresh Cornish Sardines, a fat Burger with red onion and some Asparagus spears are awaiting their fate. Organic chocolate Ice Cream with fresh Raspberries and Nectarines to finish There will be wine or maybe a break with tradition, a cold Pironi. Some blond Maroc will finish the evening nicely
  12. As glorious a day as one could wish. Clear blue sky, warm sun and no humidity. Just dusted off the BBQ for this evenings opener to the Barbie season. A dozen fresh Cornish Sardines, a fat Burger with red onion and some Asparagus spears are awaiting their fate. Organic chocolate Ice Cream with fresh Raspberries and Nectarines to finish There will be wine or maybe a break with tradition, a cold Pironi. Some blond Maroc will finish the evening nicely
  13. Dry and sunny again. The driest I can ever remember. I think we have had 4mm of rain since the beginning of April. I can't believe I am saying this but we do need some water. My garden is looking a bit dusty and the golf course is very hard. I feel a drought coming on.
  14. http://www.msn.com/en-gb/entertainment/celebrity/robbie-williams-builders-fined-£3000-for-disturbing-neighbour-jimmy-page/ar-BBAH3b0?li=AA5a2k&ocid=spartandhp