Rewatched Tropic Thunder, I forgot how awesome this movie is! Such great casting and amazing screenplay. Tom Cruise is just fantastic - I think this is probably his best "act"ed movie - rest of his movies he always plays "Tom Cruise" :) RDJ, my goodness, his dialogs work in so many levels. Its a classic, definitely worth the (re)watch, if you haven't in a while.
Hi everyone! I am writing this as I patiently wait for my goslings to hatch. So excited!!! I’m at our family farm which is where I’ve been living since the pandemic began. It’s been great learning new skills like building a chicken coup haha!
Before then, I’d been traveling for 9 months mostly in South America. While I was there, I came off social media and started sending letters and e-mailing friends and family. I loved the nostalgia and romance of long stories so I kept at it!
I like being creative and to make things with my hands. Went to school to study cinema and fine arts but my passion is in writing. I have a few poems and short stories I would love to share with anyone who’ll take them :) Love a good song I can sing to and an easy recipe that will make the house smell delicious!
I’m honestly just a hippie at heart who likes campfires and long roadtrips :) Quarantine has been so lonely and I really miss meeting new people on the road and sharing our cultures. Would also love to practice my rusty Spanish so!
Let’s talk about anything and everything under the sun 💛
So I live in the rainforest. It’s really hit and humid. I have a few fans in the house but is there some primitive tech that can help keep my home cool?
I love my family, but I am at a point in my life where I am so tired of all the BS and feel like I don't have a purpose. All I want lately is to peace out; move to Puerto Rico or The Bahamas and start fresh. The only thing stopping me is that I would never do that to my wife. I love her and want to support her goals (she's going for her post-grad). F*** the american way of life, I want freedom.
TLDR - Bit of a rant
Hi and cheers to any who read this. This is a new account and I'm new to reddit so thanks for having me. I've only been growing for a few years. I started in 2015, never anything serious; generally just a few in the backyard. In that time I made every mistake in the book (well, almost. I'm sure there's plenty to fuck me up still lolz...) About 18 months ago circumstances made it impossible for me to continue growing without giving guerrilla growing a go. I started from the very bottom. I had no car and was living in a shared dormitory in a backpackers. I was literally catching buses with bulging backpacks out to a bus stop near my spot, then walking out there. Then catching buses with backpacks reeking of weed back home... I broke many rules in the stealth department to be honest but I didn't have much of a choice. I was growing autos as well as photos, with the idea of creating a perpetual harvest as we have near 12 12 day/night all year. I pulled off a couple of harvests and my confidence grew. I was able to buy a car again so that made everything so much easier. I now have 2 thriving patches and am looking to set up 2 more this year. Growing weed more than just a hobby for me. I'm an ex heroin addict and alcoholic, and nowadays I am completely clean and sober. I kind of struggle in the real world. I can't handle bullshit, and two faced people and it seems like every job I get I end up with he worst of them. Maybe it's me. But I really have trouble keeping a job. And I have a four year old girl who I need to support. If I could just grow my weed I know I could reach the point where I can be financially successful and self-reliant. I don't feel bad about it - I mean it will be legal here too in the near future. So I've decided to go for it, to double down and plant more patches and I thought about filming my adventures. I'm looking for any advice, help, support, critique or collaboration on the subject. I lose a lot of seedlings to bugs as well so if anyone wanted to chuck a few beans this way it would help a lot too - I could document it all and showcase your genetics in a tropical guerrilla setting... Worth a shot...!
Hi, I recently got my student visa to attend university in person in the Spring 2021 semester. Covid related preparation aside, I'm leaving my home country, Singapore, to live in Indiana until I finish my degree(and probably won't return to Singapore to visit until the Covid situation has more or less abated globally). I've visited different places during the winter season, but I have never lived for a long period of time in a place with 4 seasons. What type of stuff(Ie. clothing, specific shoes etc.) should I bring along when moving to the US, what is better bought in the US instead? Any tips on specific items that I should bring from home? [Ps. I know how bad Covid is in the US, I just cant take another semester of completely online classes, with the time difference and all]
(Edit- thank you everyone, much of this has been incredibly helpful)
I have just returned from holidays. I was originally going to bring the Hawaiian tropic spray in the Beige can, which is my usual body sunscreen.
but the day before I realised that one isn't reef safe, so I grabbed the surf life saving one from Woolies. How bad could it be? Aren't all sprays the same?
Ummm... no. While I didn't burn through either sunscreen so they both do their job at least, the SLS lotion spray smelled like rancid cooking oil and applied like out of date whipped cream. You will look like you sprayed yourself with whipped cream even if you under apply. Rubs in shiny and oily. 2/10 because at least it works and is reef safe. Yeeted into bin
The Hawaiian tropic reef safe sport lotion (blue tube) on the other hand smells like a coconut mango smoothie. Still comes up shiny but I patted a bit of liquid foundation over the top when I needed to look presentable for lunch and it didn't make the foundation break up. Applies like a liquidy lotion. 8/10 for a body sunscreen. Would repurchase, as it doesn't stink and I did not get heat rash under it even on multiple 40 degree days (I am extremely prone to heat rash, can't wear any mineral sunscreen due to it)