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▷ PSA: Making Advances


Okay I was really hoping that I wouldn’t have to write a longer PSA about this but apparently people are fucking stupid tonight.

As always, important shit in bold.

Tonight’s subject: Making advances on others

Some of you are apparently under the impression that just because you are attracted to someone and want to bone them, the party in question feels the same way towards you! Because surely, if you have a crush, then there’s no way in fuck that they don’t have a crush on you too.

Take that impression and set it on fire until it is ash and then bury the ashes and never think about that impression ever again.

You should never assume that just because you like someone that they automatically like you back because of your feelings. I fail to understand why that even needs to be said.

You can generally tell when you like someone and they like you back! Maybe you guys flirt together, maybe you guys are close friends(like clooooooose close), maybe you have heart-to-hearts or what the fuck ever.

You can also tell when someone doesn’t like you back. Hell, you can tell when someone doesn’t like you at all.

Here is a list of behaviors that constitute dislike, in case it’s unclear

  • They’re hostile
  • They reject your advances
  • They turn down your flirts/compliments
  • They say no

And that’s just a select few.

If you’re interested in someone and they clearly aren’t interested, do the smart thing and back the fuck off.

Otherwise you’re being a fucking prick.

And nobody likes pricks.

They’re pricks.

tl;dr, respect what your interest wants or doesn’t not want. If someone consistently turns you down and is only as polite to you as they need to be, it’s probably time to stop chasing.

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Hydroponic Systems: Part 1
What Is Hydroponics? 
The word, Hydroponic, comes from Latin and means working water. Simply put, it is the art of growing plants without soil. In natural conditions, soil acts as a mineral nutrient reservoir but the soil itself is not essential to plant growth. When the mineral nutrients in the soil dissolve in water, plant roots are able to absorb them. When the required mineral nutrients are introduced into a plant’s water supply artificially, soil is no longer required for the plant to thrive. Almost any terrestrial plant will grow with hydroponics.
Some of the reasons why hydroponics is being adapted around the world for food production are the following:
No soil is needed
The water stays in the system and can be reused - thus, lower water costs
It is possible to control the nutrition levels in their entirety - thus, lower nutrition costs
No nutrition pollution is released into the environment because of the controlled system
Stable and high yields
Pests and diseases are easier to get rid of than in soil because of the container’s mobility
It is easier to harvest
No pesticide damage
With hydroponics the plants are grown in an inert growing medium and a perfectly balanced, pH adjusted nutrient solution is delivered to the roots in a highly soluble form. This allows the plant to uptake its food with very little effort as opposed to soil where the roots must search out the nutrients and extract them. This is true even when using rich, organic soil and top of the line nutrients. The energy expended by the roots in this process is energy better spent on vegetative growth and fruit and flower production.