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(MSN)   Convicted rapist starts pot farm in Mojave Desert. The good decisions continue   ( msn.com) divider line
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2018-01-03 11:43:55 AM  
So convicted felons can own pot farms now?
Huh.
 
2018-01-03 12:09:45 PM  
Well it's a better decision than committing rape, so he's heading in the right direction anyway.
 
2018-01-03 12:37:58 PM  
It is spelled Mojave genius
 
2018-01-03 12:42:25 PM  
What's a "bad decision" in regards to entering into a legal business? Is subby confused about what "legal" means?
 
2018-01-03 12:51:01 PM  
The besht idea Deezy has had since Mike Tyson ties.

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2018-01-03 12:52:35 PM  
So we just keep allowing people to use ludicrous amounts of water in a desert?
 
2018-01-03 12:59:15 PM  
Well, it is a better decision than a face tattoo.
 
2018-01-03 12:59:34 PM  
Doesn't seem to be a lot of water in the area ... You think they've been duly diligent about discovering whether they'll have enough water for an agricultural operation? Or do they expect they'll be able to poke a hole in the ground and pump to their heart's content?
 
2018-01-03 01:00:34 PM  
Would it be better if he was growing rape?
 
2018-01-03 01:03:53 PM  

WelldeadLink: Would it be better if he was growing rape?


Would it come in 40lbs boxes?
 
2018-01-03 01:19:36 PM  
areas for "glamping."

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2018-01-03 01:24:52 PM  

Nonrepeating Rotating Binary: So we just keep allowing people to use ludicrous amounts of water in a desert?


The spice must flow.
 
2018-01-03 01:33:34 PM  
40 acres.  Does it come with a mule?  Probably just for personal use.
 
2018-01-03 01:36:17 PM  

phaseolus: Doesn't seem to be a lot of water in the area ... You think they've been duly diligent about discovering whether they'll have enough water for an agricultural operation? Or do they expect they'll be able to poke a hole in the ground and pump to their heart's content?


I live in the Morongo Basin in the Mojave desert and, yes, that's exactly what we do. Everything that falls in the surrounding mountain ranges washes down and settles under the ground here.
 
2018-01-03 02:17:27 PM  

runwiz: 40 acres.  Does it come with a mule?  Probably just for personal use.


And a drug mule.
 
2018-01-03 02:19:20 PM  

Nonrepeating Rotating Binary: So we just keep allowing people to use ludicrous ludicwith amounts of water in a desert?

 
2018-01-03 02:20:53 PM  

WelldeadLink: Would it be better if he was growing rape?


Shhhh...  we call it "canola" now.

There was too much confusion with the orders.
 
2018-01-03 02:21:12 PM  
the Mojave is only 100 miles north of Yuma Arizona where 90% of lettuce in the USA is grown. as long as there is an aquifer nearby I don't really see the issue insofar as growing is concerned.
 
2018-01-03 02:23:36 PM  

Mikey1969: What's a "bad decision" in regards to entering into a legal business? Is subby confused about what "legal" means?


Submitter just has to show how woke he is
 
2018-01-03 02:41:19 PM  

runwiz: 40 acres.  Does it come with a mule?  Probably just for personal use.


What the hell is going on in this thread?
 
2018-01-03 03:56:25 PM  

Nonrepeating Rotating Binary: So we just keep allowing people to use ludicrous amounts of water in a desert?


Well ... yea. I mean, you've heard of Las Vegas right?
 
2018-01-03 10:06:03 PM  

devilskware: Nonrepeating Rotating Binary: So we just keep allowing people to use ludicrous amounts of water in a desert?

Well ... yea. I mean, you've heard of Las Vegas right?


Have you heard of the Colorado river?

/yes I know the evaporation is the problem
 
2018-01-03 10:21:30 PM  

OutsmartBullet: runwiz: 40 acres.  Does it come with a mule?  Probably just for personal use.

What the hell is going on in this thread?


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2018-01-04 12:19:19 AM  
 
2018-01-04 01:10:11 AM  

BarkingUnicorn: Actually, California City looks pretty nice.


Yeah.  In a Fallout sort of way.
 
2018-01-04 01:16:03 AM  

BarkingUnicorn: Actually, California City looks pretty nice.


Not sure if serious but that picture with the water is of Oakland. California City is a shiathole
 
2018-01-04 01:29:37 AM  

BarkingUnicorn: Actually, California City looks pretty nice.


You found A California City, just not THE California City.  Been there, it's kind of eerie due to how it's obviously planned to be a much bigger town, with wide roads and large blocks, and there's no way there's that much water or greenery there.

The actual place has empty streets for literal miles, with tons of dust and tumbleweeds once you get out that far.
 
2018-01-04 10:42:19 AM  
The only thing California City has going for it is it's not Mohave (the town, damn near next door).  I do not understand people who choose to live in: Mohave, Cal City, Boron, or North Edwards...just move to Rosamond, Tehachapi, or Lancaster.  Any of those places can give you the "I live in the middle of nowhere" feel, without living next to the trash someone decided to dump in the desert instead of going to the actual Dump.
 
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