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Offlinearchnut
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hydra-pod?
    #644624 - 05/25/02 11:54 AM (15 years, 2 months ago)

has any one heard anything about myco-tek's hydra-pod?


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Re: hydra-pod? [Re: archnut]
    #644626 - 05/25/02 11:58 AM (15 years, 2 months ago)

Howdy stranger... yes, there have been many discussions about this, why not search for it?


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Re: hydra-pod? [Re: archnut]
    #644687 - 05/25/02 12:43 PM (15 years, 2 months ago)

IMO you dont need to waste that much money to start growing mushrooms. It is quite cheap and easy to get started on your own.


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Re: hydra-pod? [Re: mushman420]
    #644711 - 05/25/02 01:01 PM (15 years, 2 months ago)


yeah, forget the hyrdra pod....its much cheaper and more rewarding to do it the old way. hydrapods are just a way for people to make money off of ya.


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Re: hydra-pod? [Re: bicuspid]
    #644776 - 05/25/02 02:02 PM (15 years, 2 months ago)

High bicuspid,

I do not want to start a discussion with you or with any one else!!
Some time ago I posted also a question about the pod and got plenty reactions.
But almost non were helpfull! All lot of negative energie about the pod was in the reply's. I also got some helpfull reply's. But most were like:
In reply to:

hydrapods are just a way for people to make money off of ya




Just some questions which do not need to be answered.
Do you live in a house build by your self? Do you cultivate your own food? Do you make your own clotchs?

I also think the pod is expensive, I never used one so cannot speakout how it works. But I am sure that for some guys or girls it is the way to grow their shrooms. And that's where it is all about!!! Some Things must be spread and I am not talking about war and violance!!

I wonder how many people tried a home made pod? I think plenty.

So this is my non related reply, which will problebly be of non help.

Peace ,
Eric


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Re: hydra-pod? [Re: MeneerCactus]
    #644889 - 05/25/02 04:21 PM (15 years, 2 months ago)

Personally, I think buying something like that cuts the fun out of it! And you are out of a hella amount of loot to get one. You can build the same thing with about $50 worth of stuff!


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Re: hydra-pod? [Re: archnut]
    #644999 - 05/25/02 06:24 PM (15 years, 2 months ago)

Which have you got more of? Time or money?

You don't have to look in on them as much with the Hydra-pod. Thing is, people tend to want to poke around with their jars too much anyway.




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Re: hydra-pod? [Re: archnut]
    #645207 - 05/25/02 09:15 PM (15 years, 2 months ago)

First you need to ask the people that replied if they own a Hydra-pod.

I bet you....none of them do.

I own a hydra-pod.....and I like it very much.
I bought mine cause of all the controversy over the damn thing....lolz
Its very easy to use and basically does all the work for you.
I think its great for someone that is always on the go....for example you work too much or go to College and hold a part time job.....or your just plain lazy!!!
Then you have to factor in a few other important things.....like support.
Myco-tek has the very best support......if anything fails or needs to be replaced its replaced for free.....yes free.
There is also a forum for people that own a pod.

Then the bottom line..... your hydra-pod will pay for itself on the first flush.

Decide for yourself.

I am not associated with nor am I am employed or payed by Myco-tek.
So this wasn't a hydra-pod commercial!!!
I'm just a happy customer!


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PM the names with on there names, that means they have mushrooms for sale.



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Re: hydra-pod? [Re: MeneerCactus]
    #645213 - 05/25/02 09:20 PM (15 years, 2 months ago)


some people find any excuse to impress their retardation on the general public. the internet is a useful and totally anonymous tool to be a closet "prick" with an opinion about someone elses opinion. excuse me while i remove the smoke and cactus needles from my ass.

this is my non-reaction. now i must go out and finish building my automobile.

absurd logic.


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Re: hydra-pod? [Re: Roadkill]
    #645225 - 05/25/02 09:30 PM (15 years, 2 months ago)

Hey I owned one for a fucking week! Then the pigs came crashing out of the sky when I was gone (how convienent) and took it. But I had everything setup and ready to go, waiting for my jars, and it looked like it was going to work great. The concept was there I guess. Only complaints I had were the limitis in size, and the costs.


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Re: hydra-pod? [Re: bicuspid]
    #645310 - 05/25/02 10:59 PM (15 years, 2 months ago)

High,

In reply to:

excuse me while i remove the smoke and cactus needles from my ass.




Never sit on a cacti

I see you did not get my point, I hope others did!

Goodluck with building your house, if it is ready I am willing to donate you a nice fresh GT print! Just pm me when you are ready.

Peace,

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Re: hydra-pod? [Re: archnut]
    #645360 - 05/26/02 01:05 AM (15 years, 2 months ago)












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Re: hydra-pod? [Re: bicuspid]
    #645560 - 05/26/02 07:26 AM (15 years, 2 months ago)

Hmmm... lets see... You have been a member for 2 days, with 5 posts. A real source of experience to draw on here! Is it difficult to get the vile sockpuppet smell off in the shower?


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Re: hydra-pod? [Re: Shdwstr]
    #646672 - 05/26/02 07:28 PM (15 years, 2 months ago)


Ok you two vaginalike beings.
Now you gotta build your own house AND experience is based on the amount of posts. sounds like someones playing with too many baseball cards and someone else has grown up making sad excuses. i hope logic creeps into your head one night while you're sleeping because the world doesn't seem to be doing such a good job of impressing it on you.


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Re: hydra-pod? [Re: archnut]
    #646705 - 05/26/02 07:56 PM (15 years, 2 months ago)

if you can afford it, and dont mind spending the cash for something you can do A LOT cheaper. go for it. even if you move on to bigger and better things, at least you can say "i used one" EVERYTHING you do in this art, is a learning experience. being trying the pf tek, to using a pod. i personally would love to BORROW one for about a year, just to see what i could make it do, but i just cant fit it in my budget ( lol and i missed the damn free drawing...AGAIN) so if your asking if it works, ive seen many pics, and heard a lot of good things about it......if you can swing it, go for it
CC

hmmmm maybe Myco-tek should set up, easy monthly payments lmao


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Re: hydra-pod? [Re: bicuspid]
    #647107 - 05/27/02 05:14 AM (15 years, 2 months ago)

Experience is NOT based on the number of posts, I'm sure you have hundreds under an alternate persona. And although I love a good intelligent batlle of wits, I never attack an unarmed opponent...

Bye now!


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