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(AZ Family)   Mother worried that the odors coming from her neighbor's medical marijuana grow operation are making her child sick. "The doctor said he's got blisters on the back of his throat and they don't know why"   (azfamily.com) divider line 126
    More: Unlikely, marijuana cultivation, Los Angeles County Department of Health Services, 3TV, Loretta Storment  
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2012-08-28 10:08:16 PM
It's the smart power meter, lady.
 
2012-08-28 10:17:39 PM
It can't be worse than living next to a Burger King, with all that flame-broiled burger smoke blowing around.
 
2012-08-28 10:31:47 PM
"What other kind of chemicals are they going to grow before we all of a sudden have another fire and we didn't know about it?" questioned Storment.

Wow. I didn't realize you could "grow" chemicals. Green thumb, indeed...
 
2012-08-28 10:32:59 PM
"What other kind of chemicals are they going to grow..."

Hydrogen dioxide. Better buy gas masks for your chilluns.
 
2012-08-28 10:34:27 PM

North_Central_Positronics: "What other kind of chemicals are they going to grow before we all of a sudden have another fire and we didn't know about it?" questioned Storment.

Wow. I didn't realize you could "grow" chemicals. Green thumb, indeed...


shakes tiny fist
 
2012-08-28 10:37:02 PM
"I worry every day. My kids have been to the doctor's six times. Yesterday I took my 11-month old and the doctor said he's got blisters on the back of his throat and they don't know why," said Storment.

The kids have been to the doctor's office a whole bunch because of normal childhood checkups. And stop trying to blame your neighbors for your kid's defective throat.
 
2012-08-28 10:37:56 PM
Someone really needs to point this woman to the dangers of Dihydrogen Monoxide. It's EVERYWHERE!
 
2012-08-28 10:55:01 PM
Too bad they can't grow brains
 
2012-08-29 12:38:49 AM

PreMortem: "What other kind of chemicals are they going to grow..."

Hydrogen dioxide. Better buy gas masks for your chilluns.


Dihydrogen monoxide?
 
2012-08-29 12:41:14 AM

North_Central_Positronics: "What other kind of chemicals are they going to grow before we all of a sudden have another fire and we didn't know about it?" questioned Storment.

Wow. I didn't realize you could "grow" chemicals. Green thumb, indeed...


Everything living is merely chemicals, and as such, you can grow chemicals.
 
2012-08-29 02:00:29 AM
It's farking tonsilitis you moron.
 
2012-08-29 02:27:26 AM

Tigger: It's farking tonsilitis strep throat, you moron.

 
2012-08-29 02:42:09 AM
Blisters on the back of your kids throat? Nothing that weed couldn't fix. See your doctor for a prescription.
 
2012-08-29 02:44:56 AM
Blisters on the back of the throat? Chlamydia of the throat? Tell your husband to stop feeding junior the cak...
 
2012-08-29 02:45:11 AM
The stupid, it burns.
 
2012-08-29 02:46:44 AM
Time to go see a different doctor.

This is why I abhor the current primary care physician system in the US. If we had a single-payer system that allowed her to choose her own doctor, she wouldn't be stuck with a dumb fark doctor who can't diagnose her sick child.
 
2012-08-29 02:50:49 AM

BarkingUnicorn: It's the smart power meter, lady.


Lulz.
 
2012-08-29 02:53:59 AM
FTFA "Bill Balafas with the Gilbert Police Department said this is a complex situation."

That's police speak for 'that biatch is crazy'.
 
2012-08-29 02:54:51 AM
It's not lupus.
 
2012-08-29 02:57:16 AM
Depending on the kind of fertilisers and pesticides used in the operation, an adverse health reaction from some kind of chemical is credible.
 
2012-08-29 02:57:34 AM
I keep reading her name as Stormfront.

Am I the only one?
 
2012-08-29 03:02:52 AM

granolasteak: PreMortem: "What other kind of chemicals are they going to grow..."

Hydrogen dioxide. Better buy gas masks for your chilluns.

Dihydrogen monoxide?


I love my Dihydrogen Monoxide gas mask. Israeli surplus. Best $80 I ever spent.

www.lifeguardequipmentandapparel.com

Try to gas me with your chemtrails now, Fartbama Bin Lieberal!
 
2012-08-29 03:04:03 AM

thisispete: Depending on the kind of fertilisers and pesticides used in the operation, an adverse health reaction from some kind of chemical is credible.


planepestisideflyover.jpg

The great outdoors
 
2012-08-29 03:06:31 AM

radarlove: granolasteak: PreMortem: "What other kind of chemicals are they going to grow..."

Hydrogen dioxide. Better buy gas masks for your chilluns.

Dihydrogen monoxide?

I love my Dihydrogen Monoxide gas mask. Israeli surplus. Best $80 I ever spent.

[www.lifeguardequipmentandapparel.com image 450x451]

Try to gas me with your chemtrails now, Fartbama Bin Lieberal!


Huh. The nose seems small...
 
2012-08-29 03:09:14 AM

cretinbob: Tigger: It's farking tonsilitis strep throat, you moron.


Herpes, step dad obtuse, or The 10 yo GF was a 9 yo virgin!

NEXT!

/I should be paid for this shiat
 
2012-08-29 03:10:28 AM

AverageAmericanGuy: Time to go see a different doctor.

This is why I abhor the current primary care physician system in the US. If we had a single-payer system that allowed her to choose her own doctor, she wouldn't be stuck with a dumb fark doctor who can't diagnose her sick child.


Why do I have you colored Crazy Gray™?
 
2012-08-29 03:11:15 AM

tko78: Blisters on the back of the throat? Chlamydia of the throat? Tell your husband to stop feeding junior the cak...


I hate to admit it, but that was my immediate thought as well.

thisispete: Depending on the kind of fertilisers and pesticides used in the operation, an adverse health reaction from some kind of chemical is credible.


Possibly with fertilizers, though most growers I know use only neem oil as a pesticide, and stay away from harsh chemical fertilizers as it ends up affecting finished product even after a week's worth of flushing. Harsh, chemically-tasting weed is just no good. Your best fertilizers are bat guano and worm castings. Damn near perfect PNK if you're growing in soil.

Flowering cannabis does smell rather strong though, and it is possible that the child has a very sensitive nose and throat. S/he may very well be allergic to cannabis.
 
2012-08-29 03:12:35 AM

AverageAmericanGuy: radarlove: granolasteak: PreMortem: "What other kind of chemicals are they going to grow..."

Hydrogen dioxide. Better buy gas masks for your chilluns.

Dihydrogen monoxide?

I love my Dihydrogen Monoxide gas mask. Israeli surplus. Best $80 I ever spent.

[www.lifeguardequipmentandapparel.com image 450x451]

Try to gas me with your chemtrails now, Fartbama Bin Lieberal!

Huh. The nose seems small...


Racist.
 
2012-08-29 03:12:50 AM

I_Hate_Iowa: AverageAmericanGuy: Time to go see a different doctor.

This is why I abhor the current primary care physician system in the US. If we had a single-payer system that allowed her to choose her own doctor, she wouldn't be stuck with a dumb fark doctor who can't diagnose her sick child.

Why do I have you colored Crazy Gray™?


I love Iowa?
 
2012-08-29 03:15:51 AM

AverageAmericanGuy: Time to go see a different doctor.


No, time for her to go back to kindergarten to learn that when her doctor says "irritation from an unknown source" and tells her to give the kid some cough drops, that doesn't mean that the kid is suffering from some mysterious chemical exposure and there's nothing medical science can do, it means that the symptoms are so easily treatable that it's not worth the effort to identify the irritant.
 
2012-08-29 03:16:01 AM
Thank god for the elemental table because now we're going to have a violent overgrowth of so many "chemicals" that the dumbass will need to know which chemicals grow in the shade and which take full sun. Really. It's getting scary out there, kids, with all these freaks. Who also has children. Even worse.
 
2012-08-29 03:22:03 AM
I wonder how much the mother was paid by the Maricopa-crazies? Or it could be part of Jan unleashing her TomHornaken on those hippy medical marijuana in the same manner he got rid of Mex-American studies.
 
2012-08-29 03:22:17 AM
Putting ice in your bongwater will help with those throat blisters.

/here to help
 
2012-08-29 03:22:25 AM
at least it wasn't jackhammers
 
2012-08-29 03:23:36 AM
Dude, I just found out that Pernod is making, and selling in the US, real absinthe once again. (By wondering around a very well stocked liquor store)

I don't want your pot. I'll stick with thujone for now.
 
2012-08-29 03:26:42 AM

wildcardjack: I don't want your pot. I'll stick with thujone for now.


Enjoy your highly poisonous alcohol and wormwood.

I'll be sticking with that which has zero chance of causing a fatal overdose.
 
2012-08-29 03:27:11 AM

radarlove: tko78: Blisters on the back of the throat? Chlamydia of the throat? Tell your husband to stop feeding junior the cak...

I hate to admit it, but that was my immediate thought as well.

thisispete: Depending on the kind of fertilisers and pesticides used in the operation, an adverse health reaction from some kind of chemical is credible.

Possibly with fertilizers, though most growers I know use only neem oil as a pesticide, and stay away from harsh chemical fertilizers as it ends up affecting finished product even after a week's worth of flushing. Harsh, chemically-tasting weed is just no good. Your best fertilizers are bat guano and worm castings. Damn near perfect PNK if you're growing in soil.

Flowering cannabis does smell rather strong though, and it is possible that the child has a very sensitive nose and throat. S/he may very well be allergic to cannabis.


...or maybe pollen? Gotta be a lot of crops herming out in the heat down there.
 
2012-08-29 03:28:19 AM

Jim_Callahan: AverageAmericanGuy: Time to go see a different doctor.

No, time for her to go back to kindergarten to learn that when her doctor says "irritation from an unknown source" and tells her to give the kid some cough drops, that doesn't mean that the kid is suffering from some mysterious chemical exposure and there's nothing medical science can do, it means that the symptoms are so easily treatable that it's not worth the effort to identify the irritant.


If it is an allergy, repeated exposure can worsen the reaction, up to a point of death. Doctor should do the tests, though I don't know if pot(and related "chemicals" such as used in growing it) is part of the standard scratch test... I'm sure something could be arranged.
 
2012-08-29 03:32:43 AM

Eatin' Queer Fetuses for Jesus: radarlove: tko78: Blisters on the back of the throat? Chlamydia of the throat? Tell your husband to stop feeding junior the cak...

I hate to admit it, but that was my immediate thought as well.

thisispete: Depending on the kind of fertilisers and pesticides used in the operation, an adverse health reaction from some kind of chemical is credible.

Possibly with fertilizers, though most growers I know use only neem oil as a pesticide, and stay away from harsh chemical fertilizers as it ends up affecting finished product even after a week's worth of flushing. Harsh, chemically-tasting weed is just no good. Your best fertilizers are bat guano and worm castings. Damn near perfect PNK if you're growing in soil.

Flowering cannabis does smell rather strong though, and it is possible that the child has a very sensitive nose and throat. S/he may very well be allergic to cannabis.

...or maybe pollen? Gotta be a lot of crops herming out in the heat down there.


Quite possible, though after rereading the article my money is actually on the generators that they're using to power the grow. Constantly breathing in gasoline exhaust is never good for you, especially if you're a baby. These guys need to get their power situation figured out and fast.
 
2012-08-29 03:35:49 AM

thisispete: Depending on the kind of fertilisers and pesticides used in the operation, an adverse health reaction from some kind of chemical is credible.


Ever wonder what's on weed grown by criminals?
 
2012-08-29 03:36:16 AM
"My child has an illness from an unknown cause. Therefore, I will blame this on the first thing I don't like."
 
2012-08-29 03:38:46 AM

Cpl.D: "My child has an illness from an unknown cause. Therefore, I will blame this on the first thing I don't like."


Does your mother inlaw weigh the same as a duck?
 
2012-08-29 03:41:31 AM

Notabunny: Cpl.D: "My child has an illness from an unknown cause. Therefore, I will blame this on the first thing I don't like."

Does your mother inlaw weigh the same as a duck?


Yes, if the duck is a 1950's roadside attraction made with seven hundred cubic meters of concrete.

/Not really
//Not married :P
 
2012-08-29 03:43:42 AM

radarlove: Eatin' Queer Fetuses for Jesus: radarlove: tko78: Blisters on the back of the throat? Chlamydia of the throat? Tell your husband to stop feeding junior the cak...

I hate to admit it, but that was my immediate thought as well.

thisispete: Depending on the kind of fertilisers and pesticides used in the operation, an adverse health reaction from some kind of chemical is credible.

Possibly with fertilizers, though most growers I know use only neem oil as a pesticide, and stay away from harsh chemical fertilizers as it ends up affecting finished product even after a week's worth of flushing. Harsh, chemically-tasting weed is just no good. Your best fertilizers are bat guano and worm castings. Damn near perfect PNK if you're growing in soil.

Flowering cannabis does smell rather strong though, and it is possible that the child has a very sensitive nose and throat. S/he may very well be allergic to cannabis.

...or maybe pollen? Gotta be a lot of crops herming out in the heat down there.

Quite possible, though after rereading the article my money is actually on the generators that they're using to power the grow. Constantly breathing in gasoline exhaust is never good for you, especially if you're a baby. These guys need to get their power situation figured out and fast.


Something about generators powering grows rubs me the wrong way. I guess burning coal isn't much better. Wish I had a greenhouse.
 
2012-08-29 03:47:38 AM
Too many childish people in this world. I hope she dies of cancer.
 
2012-08-29 03:50:55 AM

lewismarktwo: FTFA "Bill Balafas with the Gilbert Police Department said this is a complex situation."

That's police speak for 'that biatch is crazy and we hate those goddamn hippie potsmokers.'.


This woman has two kids? Sad indeed.
 
2012-08-29 03:56:29 AM

radarlove: tko78: Blisters on the back of the throat? Chlamydia of the throat? Tell your husband to stop feeding junior the cak...

I hate to admit it, but that was my immediate thought as well.

thisispete: Depending on the kind of fertilisers and pesticides used in the operation, an adverse health reaction from some kind of chemical is credible.

Possibly with fertilizers, though most growers I know use only neem oil as a pesticide, and stay away from harsh chemical fertilizers as it ends up affecting finished product even after a week's worth of flushing. Harsh, chemically-tasting weed is just no good. Your best fertilizers are bat guano and worm castings. Damn near perfect PNK if you're growing in soil.

Flowering cannabis does smell rather strong though, and it is possible that the child has a very sensitive nose and throat. S/he may very well be allergic to cannabis.


Oh bullsh*t.

Cpl.D: "My child has an illness from an unknown cause. Therefore, I will blame this on the first thing I don't like."


More likely it's this.
; better odds that the baby is reacting to the Febreeze that she's dousing the area with.
 
2012-08-29 03:57:58 AM
They look like a lovely family but they shouldnt blame their bad genes on weed. She needs ro blame her retarded looking husband for passing on those retarded looking genes.

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Wait, is that Ecce Home's Jesus in the rock behind her? Is that why she is making that face?

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2012-08-29 04:02:02 AM
Not surprising, really. I had the same problem. My neighbor was using sarin gas and surplus agent orange on his grow. On Tuesdays he would dust them all down with plutonium dust to kill the parasites. Worked pretty well, I guess. All my hair fell out, but my doctor said it was probably the high tension power lines going through our neighborhood.
 
2012-08-29 04:04:52 AM

ThrobblefootSpectre: Not surprising, really. I had the same problem. My neighbor was using sarin gas and surplus agent orange on his grow. On Tuesdays he would dust them all down with plutonium dust to kill the parasites. Worked pretty well, I guess. All my hair fell out, but my doctor said it was probably the high tension power lines going through our neighborhood.


The good news is the medical maijuanan close by to help ease your symptoms.
 
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