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PostPosted: Thu Nov 15, 2018 1:35 pm 
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Looks like “It” Hasn’t Begun after all...

https://beta.ctvnews.ca/national/canada ... 4.amp.html

Even the police departments themselves weren’t expecting any major increases. Anecdotally I also have noticed that the world around me seems exactly the same since Oct 17. Who’da thunk?


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 22, 2018 1:10 pm 
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Caught a big whaff at the Santa Clause Parade this year. That was a first.
What are you going to do?

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 02, 2018 2:57 pm 
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How goes the stock market these days?
I noticed in an article, that the wholesale price in Colorado has fallen from $5.65 per gram to $2.56 and the price in Ontario is $7.43/gram.
They are predicting a decline in price across Canada once the shine comes off the market.
Less profit for the producers and hence lower stock prices.
What is your long term strategy?


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 02, 2018 7:44 pm 
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Stargazer2009 wrote:
How goes the stock market these days?
I noticed in an article, that the wholesale price in Colorado has fallen from $5.65 per gram to $2.56 and the price in Ontario is $7.43/gram.
They are predicting a decline in price across Canada once the shine comes off the market.
Less profit for the producers and hence lower stock prices.
What is your long term strategy?



The “strategy” hasn’t changed. Buy and hold, see what happens. Playing with house money from the insane gains earlier this year, this isn’t the normal retirement fund. I’m not that stupid.

Pretty much the entire stock market has been shitty lately, but I get what you’re saying. Thing is, even if the door stocks go to zero, I’ve still won. It’s the Hodor way...


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2018 1:04 pm 
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Well, it’s another day and no signs of any activity with the Peppermint-promised apocalypse.

It’s almost as if people were smoking weed before October 17...


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These stocks are a roller coaster, moving up and down 5-10% per day. If you can stomach it, there's money to be made. Long term who knows...

In terms of product cost, a place I buy from regularly emails me deals of around $6.50/g


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 06, 2018 9:30 pm 
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munchito wrote:
These stocks are a roller coaster, moving up and down 5-10% per day. If you can stomach it, there's money to be made. Long term who knows...

In terms of product cost, a place I buy from regularly emails me deals of around $6.50/g


Short squeeze on Aphria, now turning out to be a bunch of bull, stock moves like crazy. Up 51% today haha. Just don’t blow the entire HELOC!


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 06, 2018 9:50 pm 
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munchito wrote:
These stocks are a roller coaster, moving up and down 5-10% per day. If you can stomach it, there's money to be made. Long term who knows...

In terms of product cost, a place I buy from regularly emails me deals of around $6.50/g


1g can be used for once or how many times?


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Like most things the more you use the more you need :)

I'm a low consumption guy so can usually get 3-4 sessions out of a g


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munchito wrote:
Like most things the more you use the more you need :)

I'm a low consumption guy so can usually get 3-4 sessions out of a g


that means roughly $2 per consumption. Looks not bad as compared with a can of beer of similar price.


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Carl wrote:
munchito wrote:
Like most things the more you use the more you need :)

I'm a low consumption guy so can usually get 3-4 sessions out of a g


that means roughly $2 per consumption. Looks not bad as compared with a can of beer of similar price.


That’s $2 to get lit for an hour - it’ll take a more than one beer to do that.

Carl doesn’t party.


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 07, 2018 1:36 pm 
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Yep, even Dougie's Buck o' Beer can't compete with that!


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so 3 beers will do 1/3 gram of intake. Then it looks like powder is cheaper.


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So our council has gone 75% retard again.

https://www.thestar.com/amp/news/gta/20 ... r-now.html

Only councillors Di Lorenzo and Derksen realize there is no f****** difference between an LCBO or grocery store selling alcohol and a different store selling cannabis. Both are drugs. Both aren’t for children, and both can be harmful to adults. Both are also LEGAL and highly regulated.

I would love for these clowns to explain themselves, but that’ll never happen. At least my councillor is capable of rational thought - Di Lorenzo wanted to defer this decision until 2019 when more info was available. 6 of our jobber councillors shut that down, and wanted to use their jump-to-conclusions mats right away so here we are.

What a bunch of dummies. Way to keep supporting organized crime, ya goofs!


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Haaa! I knew this was coming when Mississauga opted out, I said to myself: "Martin, you just watch. Milton will follow suit."

I was laughing too at the big picture the Star used of Colin Best as the face of the vote. He must have been like "Hey! I wasn't the only one!!!"

So lets see....

Website sucks.
There was a data breach in the first 2 weeks.
There's talk now of Credit Card info being compromised and used against you for travel into the US
- In short, only a fool would buy off the website -
Ford says only 25 stores will serve 14 million Ontario residents
The entire western side of the GTA will eventually be cut-off from store front access.

Yup. Legalization was a waste of time cause our governments support the black market that legalization was supposed to kill off. Ya know... making us SAFER (tm).

Oh well... Time to page Reggie. (yes he still uses a pager)

Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!!!

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