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Arrogant_Bastard


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Praise the Rex!


I support this.


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kamhed, you might find this interesting (or teh thought of maths might scare you):

http://paw.princeton.edu/...pages/6550/index.xml

the maths did scare me, but that was really cool. I'm going to have to get that guy's book.

teh dirvel could probibly get you a copy of the Science article, also.


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God's an asshole.

Jesus fucking christ, I searched the video. Can't watch it. Not even funny to watch it ironically.

It's got to be the most illegal thing I've ever seen in preaching!

they're hypnotizing brainwashing teh congregation!


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ok, gonna go set. hope that was sufficiently entertainzing.

inkerect

durp

I saw teh apartmints next to ewe are almost done. my stocking would be much easier if I moved in their. and I'd be close to werk.

Well, our upstairs and nextdoor neighbors have both moved out - that could really facilitate the stalkingz.

No more broz next door?

Yore lucky I hatez moving.

Nope, and they took the half dozen bros that were practically living with them when they left.

well, there was a very bro-looking character in yore driveway smoking a cigarette this morning.

This stalking ov yores, iz starting to luk a little gay.


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God's an asshole.

Jesus fucking christ, I searched the video. Can't watch it. Not even funny to watch it ironically.

It's got to be the most illegal thing I've ever seen in preaching!
I didn't watch the vid, i just thought the 'red people' was an eyeroll


tripperjm


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In more important news, I now see what all the fuss is over these ironless shirts. They fucking kick ass. It's almost 5 in the evening and I still look good. Real good.

Get off A_B's account sMurf.

While I'm sure ironless shirts, much like short hairz on wimin, it's easier. Still, I has to figure, for those ov us luking from teh outside, they both luk gay.


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carabiner96 wrote:
camhead wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
God's an asshole.

Jesus fucking christ, I searched the video. Can't watch it. Not even funny to watch it ironically.

It's got to be the most illegal thing I've ever seen in preaching!
I didn't watch the vid, i just thought the 'red people' was an eyeroll

in case ewe didn't see it on teh facespace:

http://www.youtube.com/...ed&v=YJWdPn8iFKo


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Feb 16, 2011, 1:56 PM
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[garden tawk!!!]

Last couple days have been in the 40s, so I went out to the back patio and turned the compost. It's not been to strong all winter. Wasn't a big enougn pile to sustain any of the good microbes, and it froze clear through (no powering a hottub with this compost pile, dammit).

But, there were quite a few earthworms in it, lots of good loamy soil when I turned it over. Managed to dump a huge trashsicle of frozen kitchen waste out of the bin, and bury it, so hopefully it will be good and decomposed by the time planting season rolls around in three months.

Also got enough good soil out to put in a planter, and I think I'll start some early season spinach tomorrow.

To me this sounds like it's decent compost soil. Worms are usually a gud indicator that ewe have some good microbes working. Give it a bit of time, turn it and if needed work a bit of sand in it to help get the air and moisture throughout. Ewe can also feed the worms newspaper if ewe feel the compost you're putting in isn't enuff for them. Also, no real need to bury the waste ewe put in, except to keep it from further freezing, as the worms will move into any fud source anyway.


tripperjm


Feb 16, 2011, 1:57 PM
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snoopy138 wrote:
http://www.rockclimbing.com/...post=2462698#2462698

jak, ewe've got a gnu sub

Dun't kotice it untill ewe mentioned it. Still, I has to wonder ifs ewe are won ov those harsh so-cal people with know respect?


kachoong


Feb 16, 2011, 1:59 PM
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Praise the Rex!


They need to build a life-size replica of this model instead.


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[garden tawk!!!]

Last couple days have been in the 40s, so I went out to the back patio and turned the compost. It's not been to strong all winter. Wasn't a big enougn pile to sustain any of the good microbes, and it froze clear through (no powering a hottub with this compost pile, dammit).

But, there were quite a few earthworms in it, lots of good loamy soil when I turned it over. Managed to dump a huge trashsicle of frozen kitchen waste out of the bin, and bury it, so hopefully it will be good and decomposed by the time planting season rolls around in three months.

Also got enough good soil out to put in a planter, and I think I'll start some early season spinach tomorrow.

To me this sounds like it's decent compost soil. Worms are usually a gud indicator that ewe have some good microbes working. Give it a bit of time, turn it and if needed work a bit of sand in it to help get the air and moisture throughout. Ewe can also feed the worms newspaper if ewe feel the compost you're putting in isn't enuff for them. Also, no real need to bury the waste ewe put in, except to keep it from further freezing, as the worms will move into any fud source anyway.


Yeah, I'm hoping the dozens of unbleached coffee filters will serve as sufficient bulk.


kachoong


Feb 16, 2011, 2:04 PM
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[garden tawk!!!]

Last couple days have been in the 40s, so I went out to the back patio and turned the compost. It's not been to strong all winter. Wasn't a big enougn pile to sustain any of the good microbes, and it froze clear through (no powering a hottub with this compost pile, dammit).

But, there were quite a few earthworms in it, lots of good loamy soil when I turned it over. Managed to dump a huge trashsicle of frozen kitchen waste out of the bin, and bury it, so hopefully it will be good and decomposed by the time planting season rolls around in three months.

Also got enough good soil out to put in a planter, and I think I'll start some early season spinach tomorrow.

To me this sounds like it's decent compost soil. Worms are usually a gud indicator that ewe have some good microbes working. Give it a bit of time, turn it and if needed work a bit of sand in it to help get the air and moisture throughout. Ewe can also feed the worms newspaper if ewe feel the compost you're putting in isn't enuff for them. Also, no real need to bury the waste ewe put in, except to keep it from further freezing, as the worms will move into any fud source anyway.


Yeah, I'm hoping the dozens of unbleached coffee filters will serve as sufficient bulk.

Ewe also might want to think abowt pissing on it once a week.


carabiner96


Feb 16, 2011, 2:06 PM
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[garden tawk!!!]

Last couple days have been in the 40s, so I went out to the back patio and turned the compost. It's not been to strong all winter. Wasn't a big enougn pile to sustain any of the good microbes, and it froze clear through (no powering a hottub with this compost pile, dammit).

But, there were quite a few earthworms in it, lots of good loamy soil when I turned it over. Managed to dump a huge trashsicle of frozen kitchen waste out of the bin, and bury it, so hopefully it will be good and decomposed by the time planting season rolls around in three months.

Also got enough good soil out to put in a planter, and I think I'll start some early season spinach tomorrow.

To me this sounds like it's decent compost soil. Worms are usually a gud indicator that ewe have some good microbes working. Give it a bit of time, turn it and if needed work a bit of sand in it to help get the air and moisture throughout. Ewe can also feed the worms newspaper if ewe feel the compost you're putting in isn't enuff for them. Also, no real need to bury the waste ewe put in, except to keep it from further freezing, as the worms will move into any fud source anyway.
Yup, worms don't eat the veggies themselves but the microbes on the veggies that cause them to break down. That's why a balanced worm bin doesn't smell, the worms eat the bacteria before they get a chance to crate smelly by product.


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Feb 16, 2011, 2:12 PM
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carabiner96 wrote:
kachoong wrote:
camhead wrote:
[garden tawk!!!]

Last couple days have been in the 40s, so I went out to the back patio and turned the compost. It's not been to strong all winter. Wasn't a big enougn pile to sustain any of the good microbes, and it froze clear through (no powering a hottub with this compost pile, dammit).

But, there were quite a few earthworms in it, lots of good loamy soil when I turned it over. Managed to dump a huge trashsicle of frozen kitchen waste out of the bin, and bury it, so hopefully it will be good and decomposed by the time planting season rolls around in three months.

Also got enough good soil out to put in a planter, and I think I'll start some early season spinach tomorrow.

To me this sounds like it's decent compost soil. Worms are usually a gud indicator that ewe have some good microbes working. Give it a bit of time, turn it and if needed work a bit of sand in it to help get the air and moisture throughout. Ewe can also feed the worms newspaper if ewe feel the compost you're putting in isn't enuff for them. Also, no real need to bury the waste ewe put in, except to keep it from further freezing, as the worms will move into any fud source anyway.
Yup, worms don't eat the veggies themselves but the microbes on the veggies that cause them to break down. That's why a balanced worm bin doesn't smell, the worms eat the bacteria before they get a chance to crate smelly by product.

I completely forgot about my compost bin. Oops. Poor worms.


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Feb 16, 2011, 2:19 PM
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camhead wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
God's an asshole.

Jesus fucking christ, I searched the video. Can't watch it. Not even funny to watch it ironically.

It's got to be the most illegal thing I've ever seen in preaching!

hypmopized by jebus!


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carabiner96 wrote:
kachoong wrote:
camhead wrote:
[garden tawk!!!]

Last couple days have been in the 40s, so I went out to the back patio and turned the compost. It's not been to strong all winter. Wasn't a big enougn pile to sustain any of the good microbes, and it froze clear through (no powering a hottub with this compost pile, dammit).

But, there were quite a few earthworms in it, lots of good loamy soil when I turned it over. Managed to dump a huge trashsicle of frozen kitchen waste out of the bin, and bury it, so hopefully it will be good and decomposed by the time planting season rolls around in three months.

Also got enough good soil out to put in a planter, and I think I'll start some early season spinach tomorrow.

To me this sounds like it's decent compost soil. Worms are usually a gud indicator that ewe have some good microbes working. Give it a bit of time, turn it and if needed work a bit of sand in it to help get the air and moisture throughout. Ewe can also feed the worms newspaper if ewe feel the compost you're putting in isn't enuff for them. Also, no real need to bury the waste ewe put in, except to keep it from further freezing, as the worms will move into any fud source anyway.
Yup, worms don't eat the veggies themselves but the microbes on the veggies that cause them to break down. That's why a balanced worm bin doesn't smell, the worms eat the bacteria before they get a chance to crate smelly by product.

I completely forgot about my compost bin. Oops. Poor worms.
Mine are still in the apartment, they're probably a frozen.


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kachoong wrote:
camhead wrote:
[garden tawk!!!]

Last couple days have been in the 40s, so I went out to the back patio and turned the compost. It's not been to strong all winter. Wasn't a big enougn pile to sustain any of the good microbes, and it froze clear through (no powering a hottub with this compost pile, dammit).

But, there were quite a few earthworms in it, lots of good loamy soil when I turned it over. Managed to dump a huge trashsicle of frozen kitchen waste out of the bin, and bury it, so hopefully it will be good and decomposed by the time planting season rolls around in three months.

Also got enough good soil out to put in a planter, and I think I'll start some early season spinach tomorrow.

To me this sounds like it's decent compost soil. Worms are usually a gud indicator that ewe have some good microbes working. Give it a bit of time, turn it and if needed work a bit of sand in it to help get the air and moisture throughout. Ewe can also feed the worms newspaper if ewe feel the compost you're putting in isn't enuff for them. Also, no real need to bury the waste ewe put in, except to keep it from further freezing, as the worms will move into any fud source anyway.
Yup, worms don't eat the veggies themselves but the microbes on the veggies that cause them to break down. That's why a balanced worm bin doesn't smell, the worms eat the bacteria before they get a chance to crate smelly by product.

hmm. I always thought that there was a bacteria that caused the compost to warm up.


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kachoong wrote:
camhead wrote:
kachoong wrote:
camhead wrote:
[garden tawk!!!]

Last couple days have been in the 40s, so I went out to the back patio and turned the compost. It's not been to strong all winter. Wasn't a big enougn pile to sustain any of the good microbes, and it froze clear through (no powering a hottub with this compost pile, dammit).

But, there were quite a few earthworms in it, lots of good loamy soil when I turned it over. Managed to dump a huge trashsicle of frozen kitchen waste out of the bin, and bury it, so hopefully it will be good and decomposed by the time planting season rolls around in three months.

Also got enough good soil out to put in a planter, and I think I'll start some early season spinach tomorrow.

To me this sounds like it's decent compost soil. Worms are usually a gud indicator that ewe have some good microbes working. Give it a bit of time, turn it and if needed work a bit of sand in it to help get the air and moisture throughout. Ewe can also feed the worms newspaper if ewe feel the compost you're putting in isn't enuff for them. Also, no real need to bury the waste ewe put in, except to keep it from further freezing, as the worms will move into any fud source anyway.


Yeah, I'm hoping the dozens of unbleached coffee filters will serve as sufficient bulk.

Ewe also might want to think abowt pissing on it once a week.


just once a week? Shit, I better lay off.


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camhead wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
God's an asshole.

Jesus fucking christ, I searched the video. Can't watch it. Not even funny to watch it ironically.

It's got to be the most illegal thing I've ever seen in preaching!

hypmopized by jebus!

hypnotosis!


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camhead wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
kachoong wrote:
camhead wrote:
[garden tawk!!!]

Last couple days have been in the 40s, so I went out to the back patio and turned the compost. It's not been to strong all winter. Wasn't a big enougn pile to sustain any of the good microbes, and it froze clear through (no powering a hottub with this compost pile, dammit).

But, there were quite a few earthworms in it, lots of good loamy soil when I turned it over. Managed to dump a huge trashsicle of frozen kitchen waste out of the bin, and bury it, so hopefully it will be good and decomposed by the time planting season rolls around in three months.

Also got enough good soil out to put in a planter, and I think I'll start some early season spinach tomorrow.

To me this sounds like it's decent compost soil. Worms are usually a gud indicator that ewe have some good microbes working. Give it a bit of time, turn it and if needed work a bit of sand in it to help get the air and moisture throughout. Ewe can also feed the worms newspaper if ewe feel the compost you're putting in isn't enuff for them. Also, no real need to bury the waste ewe put in, except to keep it from further freezing, as the worms will move into any fud source anyway.
Yup, worms don't eat the veggies themselves but the microbes on the veggies that cause them to break down. That's why a balanced worm bin doesn't smell, the worms eat the bacteria before they get a chance to crate smelly by product.

hmm. I always thought that there was a bacteria that caused the compost to warm up.
Bingo. That's why worm composts don't get that hot, if they got as hot as commercial composters, they'd be dead.


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aaaAAAHHH!


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CHEW!


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fertilize the ptftw with some wormy soil


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piss on it a bit...


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carabiner96 wrote:
camhead wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
kachoong wrote:
camhead wrote:
[garden tawk!!!]

Last couple days have been in the 40s, so I went out to the back patio and turned the compost. It's not been to strong all winter. Wasn't a big enougn pile to sustain any of the good microbes, and it froze clear through (no powering a hottub with this compost pile, dammit).

But, there were quite a few earthworms in it, lots of good loamy soil when I turned it over. Managed to dump a huge trashsicle of frozen kitchen waste out of the bin, and bury it, so hopefully it will be good and decomposed by the time planting season rolls around in three months.

Also got enough good soil out to put in a planter, and I think I'll start some early season spinach tomorrow.

To me this sounds like it's decent compost soil. Worms are usually a gud indicator that ewe have some good microbes working. Give it a bit of time, turn it and if needed work a bit of sand in it to help get the air and moisture throughout. Ewe can also feed the worms newspaper if ewe feel the compost you're putting in isn't enuff for them. Also, no real need to bury the waste ewe put in, except to keep it from further freezing, as the worms will move into any fud source anyway.
Yup, worms don't eat the veggies themselves but the microbes on the veggies that cause them to break down. That's why a balanced worm bin doesn't smell, the worms eat the bacteria before they get a chance to crate smelly by product.

hmm. I always thought that there was a bacteria that caused the compost to warm up.
Bingo. That's why worm composts don't get that hot, if they got as hot as commercial composters, they'd be dead.

oh ok. either way, I thin I should go out and gongratulate me worms on the excellent jorb that they have done all winter. their contribution is appreciated.

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