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Lemon Skunk Marijuana Strain Review And Pictures


Lemon Skunk Cannabis Strain Review And Pics

Lemon Skunk Cannabis is a cross between two Skunks with phenotypes chosen for their lemon characteristics. With a Lemon Mother, which has been kept in Vegas for over 20 years, and a Father from Holland, you know this strain is a heavy hitter! A mostly sativa hybrid good for pain and stress.

“A heavy-hitting sativa great for daytime use for those with pain or anxiety.” – Brad420Brad

Check out the Lemon Skunk marijuana strain on THCFinder.Com, and see what people had to say about Lemon Skunk, and how Lemon Skunk affects various ailments.

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  1. No worries, I appreciate the feedback. We have plans to make this a real business at some point, hopefully soon. Unless you have any problems with it, I’ll go ahead and give your Disqus profile the power to mod comments here. You should have new options. Only rules are no spammers and no racist/hate BS.

  2. Volunteer moderators? Um… isn’t that what I’ve already been doing? I mean, for someone with my limited technical skills.

    I realize this is a side gig for you guys. I’m sorry if I’m too demanding — I think it’s genetic.

    Peace out.

  3. Hi!, we have been trying to step up the spam patrols so thanks for your help. You would be surprised how much work it takes, spammers are relentless. I know this may sound crazy but this whole site is ran by two people, and we both work other jobs. We are looking for some volunteer moderators if anyone is interested:)

  4. Now, now, no need to resort to these kinds of violent tactics. After all, Bud didn’t do anything to deserve it. She’s just… I mean, he’s just an innocent bystander.

    It’s just that I don’t think it’s fair to ask potheads to put your bills in numerical order, consecutively. I mean, I’ve already washed out the marijuana smell, what more do you want?

    Not that I’m complaining, mind you — it’s just that your demands seem awfully, well, demanding.

    And we can nix the Cheerios box idea too. Here’s a picture of my broker. Feel free to check him out:

  5. After the spin cycle, put $100 million in consecutive bills — yes, in numerical order — and stack them neatly inside the largest Cheerios box you can find. Leave the Cheerios box under your pillow while you sleep. In the morning, you’ll find we’ve made the swap.

    You have 48 hours to comply, or else…. ….We’re gonna smoke Bud.

  6. Okay, fine. Here’s all my money. I wasn’t attached to it anyway.

    Now, when can I see (or smell) Bud?

  7. So true. I was enjoying Fringe, for such a short while… that guy from 90210 sure grew up handsome!

  8. Yes,Yes, and Yes, But not updated to much. Remember what happen to Fringe. Fringe was in the same direction as the X-Files, until they got stupid and focused on a single plot line.

  9. Your product looks like a synthetic . Do you have
    the JHW strain that makes me want to eat my neighbors liver with some Fava beans to
    be followed by a nice Chianti. If so I will contact you.

  10. Sure, but since I can’t use easy-to-remember words like “password” or my name, I now have a list of passwords I have to constantly refer to, that’s longer than… well, it’s just really long. :D

  11. Then I have no idea how he did it. Or rather, nothing plausible. Ever since you posted that Scully photo, I’ve been rewatching my old X-Files DVDs, so most of my guesses are really out there. Out there. With the truth.

  12. No, I get it. It’s the same feeling you get when a friend informs you that your email has been sending out spam messages.

    It’s my own fault. Never use “password” as your password.

  13. All I can do is compare how different websites moderate disqus. Over on AlterNet, there is a real person who posts as the moderator, and he’s pretty good at catching trolls. Uh… and banning them.

    Who was it that told me to keep flagging them? Yeah, sometimes that works. As to the idea of playing favorites, I’m just being bitchy, ya know? Having someone edit my posts, using my avatar and name, was a little like a… violation. Silly, sure, but that’s how it felt. Wish I had more computer skills to defend myself, though.

  14. I hate to argue with someone who just made me laugh out loud, but…

    This bug in disqus has been around awhile, way before the latest upgrade. So, it doesn’t appear disqus is aware of the problem.

    And, if it IS a bug, then how come this guy was able to edit not just one, but a number of my posts, and on different days?

    Anyway, thanks for trying to make me feel better…

  15. Oooooooh, it’s a bug! The same screen pops up when I click on your name as when I click on my name, only with different content. Odds are they made a mistake in the code when they were upgrading to the “all new disqus” that got the pointers mixed up for account access.

    Odds are you weren’t the first. Nor the last. But you’re not just another notch on the bedpost for their testing and quality assurance team. So don’t feel unloved. Your bug report was a very special experience for everyone involved, I’m sure.

  16. You think the owners moderate the comments before they get posted? I don’t know if that’s how it works. Don’t you think we wouldn’t have scammers everyday, if that were the case? Maybe I just don’t like the idea of folks playing favorites….

  17. It happened to me once, when I first joined disqus. I accidently clicked on something, and all of a sudden I was inside someone else’s post. I immediately got out, of course. I’m not sure how it works, but I have some ideas.
    However, I notified this website of this problem, asking for them to at least ban this guy, but no response. I feel very unloved. :)

  18. Better be careful — this guy has the ability to change your posts. Keep checking your dashboard…

  19. Looks like your posts carry a lot more weight to the owners of this website — you got that comment moderated in a really short time. Congratulations. I guess.

    Or do we need to send you a little piece of your friend to convince you?

  21. Hopefully, they are not harming or damaging poor Bud, the hostage.

    Not only do I wish I knew how to use photoshop at this point in time, I wish I could afford to buy the software. It could be a whole meme-thing, pictures of Poor Hostage Bud, holding up signs with high-larious quotes, begging to be saved: Help! The US government is holding me hostage! Call President Obama today! Right now, dude!

  22. Have you noticed they’re all posting pictures of weed with their scam posts, now? Is this like “pics or it didn’t happen” or is this more similar to a hostage situation?

    Soon they’ll take the photos with today’s newspaper and send ransom notes with the letters cut out of magazines: “If you ever want to see Bud again…”

  23. Poor bing, huh? But great cartoon! I swear, that bing guy looks like Bill Gates.

    As for scammers, especially the ones who have the ability to edit my posts, well, I’ve declared war. It’s probably just going to be a meme war, but I’m okay with that.

    If I can’t find great bud, no one else gets to either. So there. :)

  24. You’re better off flushing your money down the toilet.

    At least then, there’s a slim chance the toilet will back up and you’ll get something in return.

    There’s no chance of that with scammers who post pictures of weed, as if that proves (a) they actually have it, and (b) they’ll actually send it to you.

    Think about it. There’s NO consequences for him if he screws you. None.

    It’s a scam. Don’t waste your time and money.

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