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Hempcrete Update: Greater Availability of Legal Hemp in US — 3 Comments

  1. Yes, we must hemp everything.
    Hemp car bumpers, hemp clothing, hemp handbags, hemp flavored hamburgers, …

    When will someone invent Jesus-crete for me to use as my foundation?

    How about mushrooms or coca plants?

    I would think many houses could be built and sheathed with all the anti-Trump signage from all these publicized events.

    • I saw pictures of the trash left behind by some protestors. Wow. Really bad.

      The most amazing foundation has already been ‘invented’ — gravel bags. Search our blog for details.

      • I build floating structures because I have Jesus as my foundation.
        I live in an 8×10 micro-lodge that has 56sqft + a loft.
        It is easily twice the footage of the camper van, converted to microRV, I was in for 2 years and it is three times the space I “need”.
        I left the van for a hillside in the woods overlooking a lake surrounded by farm land.
        The corners are 4×4 posts sitting on blocks on the slope each at different lengths to make the structure level.
        If my van were a 4×4 I’d have simply driven it back here but it cut and sank right into the soil like digging ruts was a contest.
        Solar is an issue under the tree cover as 1kW of panels only produces about 12Watts in the shade.
        But who needs hemp?
        When building a structure to sit and sleep in why would one go out of their way to ensure their entire existence revolves around getting high or the benefits of one plant as opposed to building the structure?
        [Edited: off topic comments]
        It doesn’t matter how small I build or how tucked away I am, I just can’t escape the stupidity unless I drop human contact all together.

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