Jul 21

Never any grow vids.

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Sadly, I pulled the plug on my subscription after 11 months. The grow vids just aren't there and I have zero interest in learning the illegal practices of making concentrates.

I'm a new ACMPR grower in last 2 years and used this site and chefs weekly videos to learn a vast knowledge of all things growing however the past few months its got quiet with a video a month.

I wish you luck chef and I hope you someday gravitate back to weekly grow videos because they are missed.

And that is why I cancelled my subscription.

This isn't a Gofundme page.

We pay for weekly videos.

In my opinion, If Chef can't produce videos( for health reasons) he should stop charging us a monthly fee, also, judging by his last video, " he doesn't care if we unsubscribe" which is quite frankly, a piss poor attitude towards the rest of us paying members.

As I mentioned in my original post, I wish him well!

Speak for yourself. Others may unsubscribe, but they aren't making speeches about it.

Is that your final remark? Because you been posting several only to delete them.

I was expressing my opinion just like you but I kept mine posted!

Its my topic I felt needed to be said. If you don't like, move along to the next one. We're all entitled to our opinions.

Thanks for joining in!

I'm sorry you saw those. I don't keep my settings set on notification, so I forget that others see comments as they are posted. It's not any better for me to evoke negative emotions from you than it is for you to write negative stuff. And no, you're not entitled to go after Chef, as sick as he is, and you're not entitled to say "us", which includes me. You're the only one complaining.

I'm just wondering " were in the hell is he !!!! I'm just worried about him , I could give a shit about $ 1.49 a month , I'm was one of the first to join back in may of 2018. like local fix says , have faith he'll be back !!!!

Damn man I guess someone has to represent this rude-boy perspective. It's disappointing, your opinion. I wouldn't unsubscribe. I have faith in Chef. There's no good reason to unsubscribe at this point except if you have a piss poor attitude yourself. I'd still welcome you to the forum after these comments but I'd suggest you keep this kind of stuff to yourself. It's really unnecessary. Like what, concentrates are the devil now? C'mon, I just can't agree with your self-righteous balogne.

To clarify, what I'm talking about with respect to making illegal concentrates is the process in which they're made. Its illegal in Canada.

 

We all have our opinions and thanks for sharing yours!

 

@Predator_Hunter I guess I could see where you are coming from in regards to the way the boys were making their concentrates. I am simply not in a position to justify my disassociation from somebody just because they made concentrates in that way, however. I'm not an anarchist, but I am a fan of the phrase no harm no foul. I just really don't think you should abandon Chef for the way they made their concetrates. Anyway. Thanks for sharing your opinions as well.

@JohnnyCakes

I unsubscribed because the videos stopped not because of how they make concentrates as per my original message and I don't want to support criminal activity.

I think they are dumb in documenting everything. They're abusing the system by legally growing under our ACMPR rules and clearly, without a doubt, its not all for personal consumption let's be honest here. I don't care but it's crap like that, that gives us all a bad name. Just bringing it to light since we're talking so candid here.

 

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Hey johnny don't give him the satisfaction , he or she is an idiot ! And for you predator hunter we don't want people like you around anyway PLEASE LEAVE !!!!!!!

Aug 5

chef has been silent. I for one am concerned for him. I miss the videos too. But I am far concerned for him and his family than the $$.

It's been fun kids.

I love a good debate/ Rockem Sockem internet fight any day. To those of you who comment and then delete, kindly grow a pair and stand behind your comment!

To the rest of you who took exception to my original post... too fucking bad!

I don't always agree with everything either but I'm not afraid of persecution for speaking up.

 

To Mr, Chef, I hope you or someone close to these sites brings word of what's going on.

 

 

Aug 11

Watch Chef's older videos. Everything you need to know about growing cannabis is in his previous videos, literally everything. From setting up a grow room to harvesting and curing.

I watch his current videos as more of a source of entertainment then growing knowledge.

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