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Strain Name: Alien Blues

Grade: A+

Type: Indica Hybrid

Looks: Fluffy Nugs with a nice coat of crystals. Looks really pretty!!

Smell: I got a earthy wood type smell with a citrus fruity blend.

Taste: citrus fruity smell (much like the smell) 

Effects: Couch Lock, Full Body stone

Potency: really potent this stuff will sneak up on you!!

Reviewed by: Mistah Prez

Good Strain For: Relaxation/Chronic Pain/Sleep/Anxiety

Strain Name: Alien Blues

Grade: A+

Type: Indica Hybrid

Looks: Fluffy Nugs with a nice coat of crystals. Looks really pretty!!

Smell: I got a earthy wood type smell with a citrus fruity blend.

Taste: citrus fruity smell (much like the smell)

Effects: Couch Lock, Full Body stone

Potency: really potent this stuff will sneak up on you!!

Reviewed by: Mistah Prez

Good Strain For: Relaxation/Chronic Pain/Sleep/Anxiety

Pulled this article from 
http://www.pomona.edu/about/pomoniana/the-mystery-of-47.aspx


The Mystery of 47


“To the uninitiated, 47 is a mystery. To knowledgeable Pomona Sagehens, 47 is dogma. To sociologists, 47 is a prime example of a minor piece of whimsy that somehow developed into a legend of mythical proportions…”
—Pomona Student Handbook, 1985-86

In 1964, a tongue-in-cheek student project to determine whether the number 47 appeared more often in nature than other random numbers turned into a wholesale 47 hunt that has continued to this day. After all, you can’t deny the evidence:

Pomona College is located at Exit 47 of the San Bernardino Freeway.
There are 47 pipes in the top row of the Lyman Hall organ.
At the time of Pomona’s first graduating class in 1894, there were 47 students enrolled.
The Bible credits Jesus with 47 miracles.
The Declaration of Independence has 47 sentences.
There are 47 strings on a concert harp.
In the freshman class that entered Pomona College in the year 2000, there were 47 valedictorians.
The tropics of Cancer and Capricorn are located 47 degrees apart.
Even Hollywood has gotten in on the act. From art films to sci-fi to Will Ferrell vehicles, Pomona’s enduring in-joke has slipped past countless millions of movie-goers and tube-watchers in recent years. On TV’s Lost, 47 people survive the plane crash. In The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Steve Carell keeps a collection of 47 G.I. Joes. This summer’s blockbuster reboot of Star Trek alludes to 47 Klingon vessels being destroyed. There is even a much-viewed YouTube spoof of Jim Carrey’s The Number 23, substituting—you guessed it—the No. 47.

It goes as far back as the The Absent-minded Professor (1961). The Disney comedy features a basketball game filmed at Pomona’s old Renwick Gym. The final score? 47-46.

The recent spate of number-dropping started in the ’90s in earlier incarnations of Star Trek. Joe Menosky ’79 was a writer for The Next Generation (and later Voyager and Deep Space Nine) when he started slipping 47s into the shows. A producer eventually got wind and shut down the underground effort. But 47 keeps popping up in all sorts of shows.

If Menosky has moved on, how come our secret number keeps landing bit parts time and again? Is our 47 tradition at risk of overexposure? There’s no getting a straight answer out of Tinseltown on this sort of stuff, so—in a playful spirit—we turned to graphic novel artist Andrew Mitchell ’89 in our Fall 2009 issue of Pomona College Magazine for a creative take on the mystery (page 22 of the PDF). You can also read about the original mathematical hunt in 1964 in an article from our Fall 2000 issue.

Pulled this article from
http://www.pomona.edu/about/pomoniana/the-mystery-of-47.aspx


The Mystery of 47


“To the uninitiated, 47 is a mystery. To knowledgeable Pomona Sagehens, 47 is dogma. To sociologists, 47 is a prime example of a minor piece of whimsy that somehow developed into a legend of mythical proportions…”
—Pomona Student Handbook, 1985-86

In 1964, a tongue-in-cheek student project to determine whether the number 47 appeared more often in nature than other random numbers turned into a wholesale 47 hunt that has continued to this day. After all, you can’t deny the evidence:

Pomona College is located at Exit 47 of the San Bernardino Freeway.
There are 47 pipes in the top row of the Lyman Hall organ.
At the time of Pomona’s first graduating class in 1894, there were 47 students enrolled.
The Bible credits Jesus with 47 miracles.
The Declaration of Independence has 47 sentences.
There are 47 strings on a concert harp.
In the freshman class that entered Pomona College in the year 2000, there were 47 valedictorians.
The tropics of Cancer and Capricorn are located 47 degrees apart.
Even Hollywood has gotten in on the act. From art films to sci-fi to Will Ferrell vehicles, Pomona’s enduring in-joke has slipped past countless millions of movie-goers and tube-watchers in recent years. On TV’s Lost, 47 people survive the plane crash. In The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Steve Carell keeps a collection of 47 G.I. Joes. This summer’s blockbuster reboot of Star Trek alludes to 47 Klingon vessels being destroyed. There is even a much-viewed YouTube spoof of Jim Carrey’s The Number 23, substituting—you guessed it—the No. 47.

It goes as far back as the The Absent-minded Professor (1961). The Disney comedy features a basketball game filmed at Pomona’s old Renwick Gym. The final score? 47-46.

The recent spate of number-dropping started in the ’90s in earlier incarnations of Star Trek. Joe Menosky ’79 was a writer for The Next Generation (and later Voyager and Deep Space Nine) when he started slipping 47s into the shows. A producer eventually got wind and shut down the underground effort. But 47 keeps popping up in all sorts of shows.

If Menosky has moved on, how come our secret number keeps landing bit parts time and again? Is our 47 tradition at risk of overexposure? There’s no getting a straight answer out of Tinseltown on this sort of stuff, so—in a playful spirit—we turned to graphic novel artist Andrew Mitchell ’89 in our Fall 2009 issue of Pomona College Magazine for a creative take on the mystery (page 22 of the PDF). You can also read about the original mathematical hunt in 1964 in an article from our Fall 2000 issue.

Anything that you have blazed up on that left you excited to try again? I got some old school hash plant from a old hippie. It was some kill! Took a weed nap and woke up high.. Great for pain.

I’ve been trying dabs recently! I thought I was a heavy smoker until one hit put me down for the count! I still have been too high to review it while doing it but my goal is to have some dab reviews for each strain. I think that would be pretty cool and people would read it. I did smoke a strain recently with a friend I think called delicious. I did a rough draft for a review but because I’m unsure of the name I probably won’t publish it.

Strain Name: AK 47

Grade: A

Type: Hybrid Sativa Dominant

Looks: Very fluffy and sticky. Hint of lime green with hairs spread thoroughly throughout the bud. Crystals all over on the inside. Also caked near stem of the bud.

Smell: Very piney. Almost like walking through a forest.

Taste: Taste like the smell with a very subtle hint of sweetness.

Effects: I found myself very giggly and care free. More sociable than usual. 

Potency: Buzz length is about 1 – 2 hours with a very relaxed and sleepy comedown.

Reviewed by: Mistah Prez

Good Strain For: Letting loose, Getting shit done, Laughing, Listening to music, Mild pain, Sleeping.

Strain Name: AK 47

Grade: A

Type: Hybrid Sativa Dominant

Looks: Very fluffy and sticky. Hint of lime green with hairs spread thoroughly throughout the bud. Crystals all over on the inside. Also caked near stem of the bud.

Smell: Very piney. Almost like walking through a forest.

Taste: Taste like the smell with a very subtle hint of sweetness.

Effects: I found myself very giggly and care free. More sociable than usual.

Potency: Buzz length is about 1 – 2 hours with a very relaxed and sleepy comedown.

Reviewed by: Mistah Prez

Good Strain For: Letting loose, Getting shit done, Laughing, Listening to music, Mild pain, Sleeping.

alexfailormprg:

#47 #47society #47everywhere #kingcapital #longlivesteelo

alexfailormprg:

#47 #47society #47everywhere #kingcapital #longlivesteelo

Strain Reviews

I know some of you been wondering where’s the strain reviews. The answer is they’re in my laptop ready to be posted. So starting next Monday June 30th at 4:20 cst I will start posting them. Then everyday I will post them at 4:20 cst. In fact all my post are posted at 4:20 cst.

Reblog if it is alright if I come to your blog and anonymously confess something to you.
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saw this today

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saw this today

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