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paul wheaton
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Saybian Morgan
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eta on podcast post?
You can't just throw that out there and not expect clamoring for the goods.
 
Randy Bachman
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I am not a big royalist, but I think you are supposed to bow before a Duke, not make demands. Just sayin...
Don't mind him, your majesty, he's been in the sun too long.
 
paul wheaton
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I looked it up. Apparently I am to be addressed as "your grace"


Adrien is getting us quite caught up on podcasts. So it might be as soon as the end of the week!



 
Randy Bachman
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All kidding aside, your Grace, I am looking forward to hearing from Geoff as well. While he is my personal authority figure, permies is my my main source for actual information - so Pau you are the guy giving us the real gravy. I am ready to plant may fall annuals here in Houston. I plan on using my precious stevia seeds finally. Does anyone have some experience / advice on stevia growing? Will it ultiamtely be a perennial if sited correctly?
 
Devon Olsen
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In warmer places i think it can be perrennial from what ive learned, stevia likes poorer soil and richsoil will eat the seed or something but it didnt grow for me in a pot of richsoil...
 
Torrie Birkemeier
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Agreed with Randy!! I love getting lost in the permie forum world. (more then watching vids sometimes)
 
Dale Hodgins
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I suspect that Mr. Lawson considers Mollinson king and himself the crown prince.

The Duke of Montana may one day be crown prince or act as “king maker” as sepp holzer usurps the others. His hugelkultur ramparts provide good cover while his mountainside position complete with moats would be hard to take without air support. Paul would naturally be crown prince of the west in a Holzer empire.
 
John Ram
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so your grace, indeed, LOL!
 
Phil Hawkins
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Now you just need to marry Helen Attowe, Baroness of Veganic Farming, and together you'll secure the throne of the Hippy Empire
 
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