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You can play it in the deck, you’ll just never be able to activate its ability unless your deck is running Relentless Rats or Shadowborn Apostles.
Would that stop it’s final ability of Drawing 4 cards as well? Or, being after a period, does it count as a separate function that happens regardless?
Thanks for your answers.
"Draw four cards" is the effect you get when you pay the cost of discarding two nonlands with the same name. Can’t pay the cost => ability doesn’t hit the stack let alone resolve.
SOMEONE ELSE DOES THIS TOO????
No, but seriously. I do mental music videos and everything. I don’t even like a song if I can’t come up with a music video and/or over complicated dance number.
All the time. I thought I was weird :-/
sometimes i start flinching to the music as i listen but im out of the house when it happens so people think im insane
am I weird because I AM performing the song when i am listening to music?
And that’s why I love Tumblr. We’re all as insane as each other.
Every. Damn. Time.
The Canadian government stripped it’s citizens of the right to grow and handed it over to big corporations. It’s the nightmare that everyone harps about when they’re high and paranoid: big business coming in and dominating the marijuana market.
First of all, the weed is shit.
The only corporation that’s been licensed to grow cannabis is the SAME corporation that was producing mail order weed for Health Canada previously(under the MMAR). According to stoners who sampled their strains, the medicine was of poor potency and quality. Not worth their time and money.
What did the patients do in response to the shitty government weed? They grew their own, and they did a much better job at it.
Now the government plans to take away the right of the citizen to grow a harmless plant in their home because they weren’t making enough money. Why is it that the government can ban growing cannabis in a home, but it seems outrageous for them to ban tomato plants? It’ll be interesting to see the MMPR stand up against the standards set by the Constitution.
If you’re interested in hearing some pissed off Canadians talk about the MMPR, and how they plan on fighting it, check out the latest episodes of Pot TV. Or you can read up on the Fight the MMPR website, or the Fight the MMPR tag on Cannabis Culture.
Or better yet, read the MMPR and see how restrictive it is for small-scale projects.
Until I see a policy that actually takes the cannabis users into consideration, I can’t support it. This seems like a conservative government reaction to mismanaged, often illegal marijuana grows that start fires in communities or steal local electricity. Rather than creating reasonable regulations, it’s a complete recession of freedom. It’s the government taking the cannabis plants away from growers, and saying “Hey, we’ll handle this. You can trust us.”
Now it’s not all negative I suppose. There are standards set in the MMPR that we’ll be seeing set in most legalized provinces. Things like testing cannabis for mold and labeling potency/dosage are very logical regulations if you plan on selling a product. It guarantees safety for the consumers, and informs them of what they’re taking. And I’ll be fucking amazed if they actually utilize any forms of importation. There’s excitement for dutch cannabis, when Amsterdam themselves don’t allow for mailing of marijuana. It’ll be fascinating in the future if we see some sales from Washington/Colorado though.
Stay regular super stoner~
They need to do the exact same with weed as the current regulations for alcohol. I brew my own beer/mead, and can do a max of 100L per year. Average of 23 regular size cans per month. Not enough to cause a problem, yet enough to make it worth while. Giving complete control to large corps is not a good thing unless there is quality (%CBD, %THC) and price regulations.
(CannabisCulture) Farmers in California may finally begin growing industrial hemp under a new law signed Wednesday by Gov. Jerry Brown.
Lawmakers have been discussing the proposal since 1999 to allow approved residents to grow hemp for industrial purposes by reclassifying the plant as a fiber or oilseed crop.
The law defines the crop as the nonpsychoactive types of the Cannabis sativa plant containing no more than 3/10 of 1 percent of THC, the psychoactive chemical in marijuana.
Supporters of the bill say hemp is a $500 million industry in California and is growing by 10 percent annually.
Nine other states and 30 countries allow the farming of industrial hemp, which can be used for food, clothing, paper, fuel and other biodegradable products, although none of those states have implemented hemp farming laws yet.
(MPP) A series of bus advertisements have been launched in Portland, Maine in support of Question 1. On November 5, Portland voters will decide on a city ordinance that proposes removing penalties for adults possessing up to 2.5 ounces of marijuana. The ads feature adults explaining why they prefer marijuana to alcohol and ask, “why should adults be punished for making a safer choice?” You can see all of the ads here.