Tech House 2022

1. No money, no problem!

 We have been working hard on this project over the last 6 months. We’ve had a lot of ups and downs but we are still going strong. In this video I give some details about what we do, how we came to do it and what’s coming up.

 2. Our goal is simple…

 To make music that makes people happy while having fun.

 And just like any good story has beginnings, middles and ends, our journey begins here.

 Hope you enjoy it & let us know your thoughts in the comments below! tech house 2022

3. Dabs are not allowed

 It’s time for a change! We can’t do this anymore… It’s over. I quit.

 I am sick and tired of my life being wasted. I’m tired of wasting my money, my free time, my energy, my family’s, my friends’ etc. I have had enough. I’ve done everything to make sure that I succeed but nothing has worked. Nothing ever works. Even if your plan does come off successfully, you will find yourself at the end of your term still struggling to get a job, still making minimum wage, and still getting fired from your current position and having to start again from scratch. And then what? You’ll just keep doing the same thing over and over again… and it will never change. tech house 2022

 There has got to be a better way.

 So here we go. Today I have decided to stop drinking alcohol and smoking weed. I’m quitting cold turkey. No more booze and no more weed. I’m going to try my hardest to achieve great things without using either. tech house 2022

 This is going to be my last attempt. This isn’t about me trying to feel good or anything like that – this is about changing my lifestyle completely.

1. “Cannabis has been around since the dawn of time.” – David Bienenstock (Humboldt State University)

Cannabis sativa L., botanically known as Cannabis sativa L. and scientifically referred to as Cannabis sativa, is a species of flowering plant native to central Asia. In 2014, the number of worldwide cultivators was estimated at 1.9 million, producing more than 4.5 million metric tons of dry flowers annually – about half of global production. Its history can be traced back to prehistoric times, where it was used recreationally and medicinally. Cannabis has been cultivated for as long as hemp fiber has been used for ropes. In the United States, marijuana laws have changed over the years from prohibition to legalization. More recently, medical use of cannabis products became legal in some US states under various conditions while recreational legalization efforts are underway.

 3. Cannabis sativa is a monoecism annual herbaceous flowering plant in the Cannabaceae family, native to the temperate regions of Eurasia, Africa, and Australia. It is one of the earliest domesticated agricultural crops, having been grown and used for fiber, food, medicine, and other purposes since prehistoric times. In its natural habitat, it grows wild along riverbanks, roadsides, and waste places; it thrives best in warm climates with moist soils. In nature, female plants produce only male flowers, but in cultivation both sexes may be present.

 4. Cannabis indicia L., botanically known as India sativa, C. sativa subsp. indicia, is a species of flowering dioeciousplant native to Southeast Asia. It is believed that India originated in India and spread throughout Southeast Asia. Today, it is widely grown in tropical countries around the world, though not as much as Sativa.

 5. Cannabis rudderless, botanically known as Rudderless sativa, is a weed native to Europe. It is often mistaken for Cannabis rudderless var. indicia, a variety of Cannabis indicia.

 6. Cannabis indicia has had a cheered history. Cultivation of cannabis began in ancient times in India, especially in the state of Bihar. With the arrival of Islam in the 7th century CE, cannabis was banned in Muslim societies. However, this ban was relaxed in the 17th century, and the ban was finally lifted in 1937, resulting in the widespread adoption of the cannabis plant. After the Second World War, the demand for cannabis led to large-scale industrialization of the plant, including the introduction of hybrid strains and genetic engineering techniques. This increased output resulted in a decline in price per unit of weight, making cannabis easier to cultivate.

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