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Zombone

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  1. Hookah Freak

    Hookah Freak Snicker Doodle Base Liquid: Tap water Appearance: Brown, medium wetness, no stems Smell: Great! Smells just like a freshly baked cookie, like something you eat during the holidays (Thanksgiving/Christmas) has that cinnamon cookie dough with a slight hint of pumpkin pie. Taste: As good as it smells, like eating fresh baked cookies all you need is a cup of milk! Smoke: About 2 minutes after placing the coals, it was giving me great clouds which lasted for about an hour. Buzz: Very little Duration: 60 Minutes Purchased From: http://www.hookah-shisha.com/ Overall: Awesome flavor, Great clouds 10/10 my new favorite!
  2. New Peanut Butter Shisha

    I would love a good peanut butter flavor, the fruity stuff is getting to me.
  3. Obama Meter

    QUOTE (judgeposer @ Feb 22 2009, 01:00 AM) QUOTE (Zombone @ Feb 21 2009, 02:55 PM) QUOTE (mitchard @ Feb 21 2009, 05:21 AM) Get ready for the war-time economy. Bush tried that already and it got us into this mess. As tired as I am of the whole "green" thing I really believe that it will be our way out. Millions of good paying jobs and lower energy prices = a lot more spending on stuff. While the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, even with its supposed uselessness, did cause our government (under President Bush) to spend wildly, government spending didn't get us into this "mess," a combination of a housing bubble, subprime lending, and consequent trading of bad debt in the form of securities is to blame. Even still, I am sure some would blame our current recession on other considerations/causes, it is, at base, a financial crisis, having to do with finance, not poor government investments/spending. The trigger to the economic collapse is exactly what you stated, but, just imagine if we still had all those spent Iraqi billions right now, this bailout would have been a little better to swallow for the country, and the stimulus less than the amount of money we've spent rebuilding a foreign country that we just finished destroying.
  4. Obama Meter

    QUOTE (mitchard @ Feb 21 2009, 05:21 AM) Get ready for the war-time economy. Bush tried that already and it got us into this mess. As tired as I am of the whole "green" thing I really believe that it will be our way out. Millions of good paying jobs and lower energy prices = a lot more spending on stuff.
  5. Obama Meter

    Nothing anything these politicians will do will save the U.S. from the collapse of unregulated corrupt capitalism as it's main form of government. We will collapse but will rise again as a new better nation for it. But for that to happen we will suffer a lot.
  6. Florida Smokers Fl

    Miami...don't like it here though. Hoping I'll move to NC with my wife one day.