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 No.1308[Reply]

Anyone into gardening?

I want to grow my own crops but I'm an absolute beginner with no experience.
The two things I would really like to start with are muscadine grapes and some form of tomatoes

I'm there a database or big book that just has information on different seeds and things like: time of year to plant, sunlight needed, tolerable temperature range, etc? Or any other good resource?

How about a database that has info on different regions and you input your area and it tells you what things grow best at what times of year?

Also what about designs for backyard gardens? Any redpilled designs?
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 No.1627

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Harvested 22 more prickly pear pads from the wild today, bring me to a total of 28. Soon they'll all be planted and growing huge

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 No.1629

>>1627
Got to be careful with cacti, they're invasive-but could be useful as a low-maintenance food source. Having cactus and bamboo around as well would probably be a good way to ensure you always have access to free food and free, fast growing light building material, just try and be conscientious towards the local ecosystem heh

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 No.1654

>>1629
>35 mins
cant watch that whole thing right now, what's he growing that bamboo for?

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 No.1663

>>1654
That was actually the wrong video and I'm not sure what the other one was suppose to be, my bad. Nonetheless there's tons of youtube videos featuring people from Florida gowing bamboo. It's (rightly) seen as a sustainable alternative to other woods so it has a future as a cash crop or simply something you could use to eat or make basic shit out of.



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 No.943[Reply]

Is protien a myth? How do apes, bears, and other big creatures that eat mostly plant matter have so much strength and muscle mass?
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 No.1580

>>953
its technically cannibalism

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 No.1613

>>954
This. Calves are all about the muscle insertion point. I worked out my calves hard for years, doing calf raises regularly with 300+ pounds, and they barely got bigger. Then I'd see random DYEL people on the street with significantly bigger calves than mine

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 No.1617

>>1613
>be me
>thicc legs and good physique
>dont exercise at all

lol

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>>1617
Post body

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 No.1563[Reply]

Anyone here bought land before? I'm looking for a lot to park an RV right now, and while it seems straightforward I'm wondering if there's something I'm not considering. It's going to be in Florida and I already know to avoid swampland. Pic related: The first advertisement I saw was from this sketchy guy who seems to be selling lots for what appears to be a gated campground.
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 No.1570

I've bought land twice before. It's as simple as it seems. Make sure the land doesn't have and weird liens or something stupid like a strata I guess.

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 No.1571

Also uh, if there's running water on the property like river you can't build anything near it or the EPA will freak out, and seeing as how you're in florida you should make sure it isn't a floodplain.

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 No.1614

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I bought land in Florida last year. You need to check your land thoroughly because there's always a high chance it's swampland
>>1563
>lots for what appears to be a gated campground
If there's any sort of gated community it's guaranteed to have stupid HOA rules, like you need to have a camper newer than 2018 within certain size perimeters. Always avoid communities if you just want land because they will peck you to death with their stupidity
>>1571
This is true but I heard the way people get around this is by putting campers on the land so they're not altering the course of water at all- because the structure is 100% above ground and mobile

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 No.1615

>>1614
>This is true but I heard the way people get around this is by putting campers on the land so they're not altering the course of water at all- because the structure is 100% above ground and mobile
That's what I've been told, but there might be other stuff I'd want to build on it eventually. Like a chicken coop or something.

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 No.1628

>>1615
Just put wheels or sleds on your chicken coop to make it "mobile"



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 No.1577[Reply]

Do you like the wildlife where you live? I love birds. The thing I'll miss most about where is live is the cockatoos (if I go to a place which doesn't have them). I love their ethereal call.

Magpies are cool too
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>>1577
I have a good few pheasants around. the cock pheasants are quite pretty to behold. there is a river nearby that i occasionally see a crane drinking from.
there used to be hundreds of small birds that would swarm around my house. i would listen to their song at dust and sometimes at dawn. then some assholes introduced kitehawks to the area and they wiped them all out.

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 No.1621

>>1577
>Do you like the wildlife where you live?
i saw a coyote when i was out walking the other morning. stopped at a distance and we just stared at each other for a while. it was a nice moment.
>>1583
>but there was some dumbass screeching owl that got into a fight with my dog
how'd that go down? is your dog ok? who won?

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 No.1623

>>1621
>how'd that go down? is your dog ok? who won?
I let my dog out in the yard, and he started barking, which is something he does very often when he sees an animal. Usually it's just a cat or something, and I'll go outside to tell him to shut up, but this time it's a dumb owl screaming it's head off. My dog is barking at the tree like a mad man, and by the time I go over to him the owl comes down wings flapping to accept the challenge, which is something I wouldn't have expected an owl to do. My dog is a lab-mixed mutt of unknown origin. He's about half the size of a regular lab, so he's not super tiny or anything. The scuffle only lasted a few moments and my presence was enough to scare it away. Dog looked fine. I didn't see any visible damage.

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 No.1625

There is birb nest outside my parents' sliding glass window in the back of the house on a light fixture just a foot or two away from the door. The bird sometimes gets scared and flies away but lately it seems to be accustomed to our presence. It's going to be annoying when the chicks hatch and they start chirping 24 hours a day but for now it's quite pleasant to have such a pretty bird nearby.

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 No.1626

monkeys should be kept out of north america, they're non native there.



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 No.1573[Reply]

/fa/ thread
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 No.1591

>>1587
I'm okay with teh champion logo but where is that shit made?

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 No.1592

>>1590
theres boxers with pockets for your testes

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 No.1593

>>1590
>I spent about $300 to buy a bunch of different undies
Lol nothing against people into fashion for its own sake but it seems like such a money pit.

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 No.1597

>>1593
for certain. I was willing to pay more because I thought they'd be quality but was sorely disappointed.

>>1592
that doesn't sound comfy. seems like you'd always be falling out.

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 No.1599

>>1597
i mean its a dick pocket my bad



 No.1574[Reply]

Wat u think bout dis
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 No.1575

>>1574
Judging by the thumbnail alone its complete bullshit



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 No.1436[Reply]

Is there a such thing as a video game where the hero is a rapist that rapes evil people?
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 No.1439

I was playing Skyrim with 67 mods on and it was kinda like that

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 No.1441

>>1436
vampire games come closest. the act of bloodsucking and the groans of death is similar to sex. that's the whole point of the genre, a way to escape censorship.
legacy of kain, bloodrayne

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 No.1443

Corruption of Champions is exactly that.

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 No.1455

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>>1436
Try Rapelay (all women are evil)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RapeLay
and you can watch (nothing with Rapelay) :
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Rapeman

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 No.1551

haven't played any of the rance games, but does rance ever rape anybody who genuinely deserved it?



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I dont get it

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 No.554[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Beautiful White Women thread

This is not a racist thread

Post Beautiful White Women in here
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 No.1422[Reply]

1. Be nice
2. Dont not be nice
3. Be not bad
4. Have fun
5. dont not be nice
6. Please sage post reply to nasty posts
7. No porn unless the woman is genuinely having fun
8. Board topic is essentially random, no fixed board topic just dont not be nice
9. No gore CP violent anime (guro) or violence based media
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 No.1445

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>>1442
>There was no single "traditional culture" to India. It was a diverse and multitudinous collection of hundreds of small princedoms with histories spanning far into the past and having their own distinct languages, mythologies and customs up until the Bongs got in there and psyoped them into a "country" using their London (University College) trained revolutionary legal agent, Ghandi
You're half correct. There were many different kingdoms that followed many different religions, however millennia before the British arrived, all of these kingdoms began sharing and mixing their cultures with one another. For one example, the Vaishnava scripture the Bhagavad Gita became popular among Shaivites and had the famous Shaivite Abhinavagupta write a commentary on it 1000 years ago. In the chapter immediately preceding the events of the Bhagavad Gita, Krishna advises Arjuna to pray to the Shakta goddess Durga for success in battle. Then the Shakta religion wrote a text mirroring the Bhagavad Gita and even rearranged the text so it matches the Gita in length and verse, paying homage to the Gita

So as you can see, all of the major religious traditions, cultures and mythologies were mixing liberally ages before the British ever showed up. In fact archeological and linguistic evidence suggests the Aryans and Dravidians were living together in relative peace around 3000 BC. The oldest Hindu scripture is the Rig Veda, which was an oral tradition among the Aryans, and this text has around 30 Dravidian words in it

Here's a wiki article on the Hindu God Harihara, a combination of Vishnu and Shiva, who symbolizes that the two gods are in fact one and the same. The oldest representation of Harihara according to wiki is from the 500s AD.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harihara

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 No.1458

>>1445
I respectfully think you're buying a whitewashing of history being sold to appease certain groups of Brahmins who made deals with secret society members that wanted to sell a new age of man ideology where the selected Brahmins would control the higher degreed seats of initiated "enlightenment" for the sociopathic lelect. Once that was agreed upon they took out competition/competing histories using various schemes and subterfuge, then suddenly certain yogis, masters and mystics were promoted ad nauseum to wealthy western dilettantes to establish controlled schools of thought back home that lead followers in a single direction. (Namely into the pockets and purses of an authorized few)

Part of being brought into the "my-steries" is that they learn myth making and un(one in french)-veiling by hand-picked wunderkind must conform to "my-stories" to become official "his-stories". Unhelpful bits of history and alternate versions of similar events are destroyed all the time to fit a predetermined narrative and India is no different.

You can catch glimpses of these things being built up by notorious lesbian conwoman, H.P Blavatsky in her lengthy (and often ghostwritten) treaties on her time in India (From the Caves and Jungles of Hindostan fyi) surrounded by freemasonic handlers. It was there that "Theosophy" was founded for the masses to draw us all into the union of science and religion.

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 No.1459

>>1440
Do you eat an apple a day?

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 No.1460

I don't even know why I need to ask the question, you don't eat an apple a day, its easy to guess that because you're worried about your health and casting around for any random advice. If you were following the traditional dietary health advice of your own people then you wouldn't be looking for advice on how to become as healthy as the average subcontinental public defector, you wouldn't have lost confidence in your own culture if you were an adherent of it.
Stop being a globohomo faggot and you'll feel and be healthier.

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 No.1465

>>1458
>I respectfully think you're buying a whitewashing of history being sold to appease certain groups of Brahmins who made deals with secret society members that wanted to sell a new age of man ideology where the selected Brahmins would control the higher degreed seats of initiated "enlightenment" for the sociopathic lelect
Possible. There's no way to verify this though apart from becoming an archeologist myself

>Once that was agreed upon they took out competition/competing histories using various schemes and subterfuge, then suddenly certain yogis, masters and mystics were promoted ad nauseum to wealthy western dilettantes to establish controlled schools of thought back home that lead followers in a single direction. (Namely into the pockets and purses of an authorized few)

This is possible, and applies equally to all authorized "history" over the entire planet. Most organizations, religion in particular, only exist to establish and preserve power over the masses

>You can catch glimpses of these things being built up by notorious lesbian conwoman, H.P Blavatsky in her lengthy (and often ghostwritten) treaties on her time in India (From the Caves and Jungles of Hindostan fyi) surrounded by freemasonic handlers. It was there that "Theosophy" was founded for the masses to draw us all into the union of science and religion.

Did Theosophy make any real impact on the world that lasted beyond 20 years or so? She was a very obvious conwoman as you pointed out. The world elites are all Frankist Jews, not Theosophists



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