Meet Weedtubers Who Paid to Toke Up

Meet Weedtubers Who Paid to Toke Up

This attracts a lot of people making money by posting videos on YouTube.

Tutorials, family vacations, product reviews and other silly antics make the rich overnight.

But have you ever heard of weedtubers?

These are the people who get paid to smoke marijuana and put it up on the internet.

That’s right – get paid for baking.

Read on to find out some of the most famous weedtubers around.

Joel Hradecky: King Weedtubers
Considered the king of the weedtubers, Joel Hradecky has over 1.2 million followers, whom he found only in a short time.

His CustomGrow420 YouTube channel featured videos including him who tried to suck THC oil grams. This video garnered over 1.3 million views.

That number is almost the same as 1.5 million who saw Hradecky cough for seven minutes after his effort. It seems that Hradecky’s success thrives, in part, on the psychological notion that humans enjoy watching other humans suffer. Meet Weedtubers Who Paid to Toke Up

But this marijuana king not only toke up and make the audience laugh (or mock) over the love of entertainment. Thousands of fans actually turned to Hradecky for recommendations about bongs, strands of marijuana and other accessories.

Josh Young
If you are primarily looking for advice and information about smoking weeds, different ways can be smoked, or weed prices, Young is your man.

On her YouTube channel StrainCentral, smoking young marijuana from 3-10 times a day, right next to the viewers.

Young thinks that sometimes his fans are just, “looking for friends smoking.”

In the same way as other weedtubers like Hradecky, Young also posted a video showing the effort to smoke a large quantity of THC in a short time and its horrible effects.

With over 373,000 subscribers, Young obviously makes a really good smoking buddy!

Reef Reef Meet Weedtubers Who Paid to Toke Up
Being a harvester is not just for boys. Do not worry women, you can also be famous for smoking on YouTube too!

Just look at Coral Reefer. If you are looking for an interactive weedtube experience, Coral Reefer is your girl.

Coral Reefer hosts a live show every Sunday called “Stoney Sunday Live” where she answers pitch-related questions from viewers and fans. Coral is very passionate about marijuana and its many benefits.

Visit her channel and you’ll see her attend the cannabis show and share info about what’s going on in marijuana news.

Jane Dro
Another grass enthusiast who represents female cannabis lovers out there is Jane Dro. Meet Weedtubers Who Paid to Toke Up

If you want a more educational experience when it comes to marijuana, Dro is a great information center. Dro tells viewers about the growing ins and outs of marijuana and offers tips, as well as the look inside his own farming chamber.

Check out Dro channels for video and in-depth product reviews for serious and serious cannabis users. You might even see the following marijuana smoking star on our list while watching the Dro channel – both of which often appear in their respective videos.

Soundrone
You can not have a good smoking session without some nice snacks. Soundrone is about unboxing and reviewing products – and not just marijuana related items.

Visiting this unique channel channel will allow you to see candy, drink and snack reviews. A perfect compliment to your height.

His studies are often distracted by him who gets beaten from a bong or dull. Soundrone must have done something right because not only was he a successful successor, he was also a businessman.

Soundrone has its own hex axis line known as Bee Lasso.

Are you Next Next Big YouTube?
It’s hard not to be motivated by these itedtuber stars. They get paid to do what they love – that’s a great American dream, is not it?

TCS Architects, sibling design studio of Design Forum International

TCS Architects, sibling design studio of Design Forum International designs and builds two multi-residence buildings in Delhi, both intended to reflect luxury with a green soul

“With a decreasing green cover in urban areas, craving for a green view and a connection to nature has become more intense, both for visual reasons as well as to create sufficient biomass to produce oxygen,” say Goonmeet Singh Chauhan and Anoj Tevatia, principal architects speaking of the design of their two recent projects – in Vasant Vihar and Greater Kailash, New Delhi. Retaining trees and shrubs on site, introducing planter balconies, terrace gardens and integrating existing trees into the overall spatial planning are solutions that they have diligently incorporated into both projects.

TCS Architects, sibling design studio of Design Forum International

The project in Greater Kailash has nature integrated right from the stilt level of parking, where a tiny green lawn facilitates not only recharging of the ground water table, but also becomes a breathing zone; further, fitted with outdoor seating, the area is thoughtfully converted into a communal space.

Setting a benchmark is this wheelchair-friendly building, where a step-free entrance is carved out whilst broad doorways ensure internal wheelchair-accessibility.

Green building features such as high performance double-glazed glass, use of dust-proof and sound-proof windows, 5-star rated air conditioning, exposed plumbing, water management, solar geysers etc., help conserve energy. Local materials such as exposed brick, contextually-appropriate Dholpur stone and a strong emphasis on natural light and cross ventilation anchors the project in sustainability.

In the Vasant Vihar project, the façade is an amalgamation of the modern and classical, where jaali is juxtaposed against stone panels – thereby softening the solidarity of form with detailing. The entry points proudly feature stone lanterns, serving as glorious sculptures during the day and diffused light by night. TCS Architects, sibling design studio of Design Forum International

Warmth of wood unifies the interiors viz. wall paneling and suspended ceiling panels, whilst mostly concealed and muted lighting creates a soothing ambience. Indoor lighting plays a supporting role to the natural infusion of light pouring in from floor-to-ceiling glazing.

The romance with nature continues unabated right into the master en-suite washroom, where the balcony abutting the toilet is designed as a tree pit, a tropical experience right into the washrooms. The interplay of vibrant greenery and polished Italian marble marries the urban aesthetics with eco-sensitivity.

Comprehensive Travel Insurance and Fraudulent Claims

Comprehensive Travel Insurance and Fraudulent Claims

The world and its people keep moving. Greater access to transportation options has opened up the idea and reality of travel for many people. As our travel habits grow and flourish, be an element of good and bad experience.
After quite rarely bother issuing comprehensive travel insurance for your trip, nowadays it is a standard part of booking practice. Since this has become a more general cost for travelers, the industry must become more vigilant against false claims that, in the end, raise interest rates for all of us. Some fraudsters are pretty clever with their false claims – some are not.

 

Growing Industry

Since comprehensive travel insurance has become a necessity more than luxury for travelers, the industry must respond with greater coverage in anticipation of incidents. So much can be wrong when people leave the comfort of their own home and try to find out something unusual. The purpose of travel insurance is to eliminate these fears and not let ‘what if’ stop people from exploring the world. However, overseas environments can increase the likelihood of occurrences of strange events, and some people choose to capitalize on this possibility. Comprehensive Travel Insurance and Fraudulent Claims

The strange and beautiful

Even some legitimate claims made against traveler’s comprehensive travel insurance can sound really made! One claim, recently filed, is for medical expenses incurred after a head injury caused by a coconut. Another claim came from an unsatisfied skier whose holiday was devastated by the snow at the destination – amazingly, the insurance was paid!

Other claims come from unfavorable encounters with wild animals, miscalculation of fitness levels, or impulsive decisions that lead to poor old judgment. The travel insurance industry must stay afloat as claims become increasingly unreasonable and also keep an open mind, since very few are actually beyond the realm of possibility.

With rising claims (both original and fraudulent), travel insurance companies must be literal investigators, sometimes traveling to the home country of the claim, and / or having to collect witness statements to support the claim. Comprehensive travel insurance strives very hard to honor the ‘comprehensive’ element of the services they offer.

Not so smart Comprehensive Travel Insurance and Fraudulent Claims

People who make fake travel insurance claims seem to underestimate the amount of evidence needed to support their claims. Previous travel insurance claims can only be made, filed and believed through a conversation or written statement to your insurance agent.

The common claims are for coverage of lost or stolen items. Travelers these days are bringing more expensive electronic equipment, such as digital cameras, phones or laptops while on vacation with them, as well as other valuables, such as jewelry. Fortunately, our digital age is on the side of an insurance investigator who will ask for proof or purchase, proof of ownership of the photo, and perhaps even witness the event where the item is missing.

For example, after claiming that a very expensive ring was lost while on vacation, a plaintiff was asked to make photographic evidence of the ownership of this ring. Once the photo is submitted, it does not take much investigation talent to see the time / date stamp on the photo, which only proves that the plaintiff still has the ring he has after filing his suit. Try good

Internet is secure

It is understandable that travelers may not want to spend extra money on insurance that they may never use. However, the peace of mind that comprehensive travel insurance pays is just priceless. Those who try to ‘work the system’ rarely achieve their goals and will only raise interest rates for all of us. Fake insurance claims are still a crime, and crimes never pay (literally).

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Patrick Chong is the Managing Director of InsureMore, an award-winning specialist team in annual, family, single travel and all other types of comprehensive travel insurance. In addition to offering attractive offers for travel insurance, Patrick also collects and shares the best free travel competitions to help his clients get the most out of their holiday.

French Cruise Secrets: Marne River

French Cruise Secrets: Marne River

River Marne has inspired artists, such as Cézanne and Pissarro, for many years, and continues to inspire everyone who meets today. Barging vacations in France are an ideal way to experience the rich history of Marne, as well as learn more about technical accomplishments that help make it an important trade route across the country. French Cruise Secrets: Marne River
To the Seine: The River Marne Basics

The French waterway is 514 kilometers long and starts in the Langres highlands. The river headed west, joining the famous Seine Seine in the upper reaches of Paris. On its way through the French countryside, Marne passes through a captivating location like Meaux – famous for its ‘Prince of Cheese’ brie – and Jouarre village, home to a stunning 12th century Benedictine monastery. Along with its centuries-old heritage, this French region has an impressive wine-growing tradition. French Cruise Secrets: Marne River

The oldest lotus in France?

The Canal de Cornillon at Meaux was built about 800 years ago at the beginning of the 13th century. This canal is the oldest in France and built as a 500m short cut, bypassing a very generous watering river. In the nineteenth century, Marne became an important trade route, connecting Paris with the eastern rivers, therefore many lateral canals were built to aid its navigation. The most impressive canal is the 64-kilometer Canal latéal à la Marne, which handles a height difference of over 30 meters with 15 keys.

What to Look For in Barge Vacations in France

If you are lucky enough to sail along Marne during your barge vacation in France, there are some sites you should not miss. The countryside around the river was very important in the second world war. In fact, Château-Thierry – best known for its multiple war graves and warnings – is at the center of the last German attack on WW1. Visit the funeral that runs in Belleau Wood, which was established in honor of the 4th Marine Brigade of the 2nd Army Division of the U.S. The remains of the nearby trenches and shell holes serve as a visual reminder of the battles that occurred in this area.

With a lighter note, you should visit the delightful city of Epernay – the Champagne capital (the drink!). The famous Avenue de Champagne is lined with impressive mansions and is home to the region’s most prestigious wine producers, if not the world. You’ll find people like Moët et Chandon, Mercier, Veuve Clicquot, Pol Roger and de Castellane. As you roam around town remember that over 200 underground cave miles are under your feet. Sprinkled with some of the world’s most whiny bubbly, some of these cellars are open for tours, a wonderful introduction to the Champagne magic world.

Perhaps this glimpse of Marne River culture and history has encouraged you to venture into its waters for the next barge vacation in France. French Cruise Secrets: Marne River

Paul Newman is a Marketing and E-Systems Executive for European Waterways, the UK’s most respected provider if you are looking for a complete luxury barge vacation in France or other great destinations. Part of an experienced barge team, Paul first queued to support a slow-paced barging cruise facility for anyone looking for a unique holiday experience. French Cruise Secrets: Marne River

Underwater Shipwrecks: The Most Dramatic of Dive Sites

Underwater Shipwrecks: The Most Dramatic of Dive Sites

Whether you’re a seasoned diver or just starting out, there’s an undeniable romanticism and sense of adventure around wreck dives that you won’t be able to get elsewhere. The excitement builds while you’re in a speedboat zipping through the immense expanse of blue, wind whipping your hair and you into a frenzy. Often you’ll not spot any signs of civilisation as far as the eye can see and then, suddenly, with all your gear securely in place, it’s overboard and underwater into a magical world where ghostly ship remains loom as if from nowhere, waiting to be explored…
If this sounds tempting, the reality is much better. Do these thrilling historical sites offering spectacular dives, stunning reefs and enchanting folklore call to you? Great: here are three of the best this fine planet has to offer.

 

Townsville, Australia

The Great Barrier Reef is the a fabulous dive site any diver worth their salt has explored, and this British-built luxury passenger ship which fell victim to a cyclone back in 1911 is arguably its crowning jewel. Teeming with marine life and a spectacular ship in itself, if you’re only ever going to take the plunge with one wreck dive ever then this should be a strong contender.

Grand Anse, Grenada

The Bianca C has become known as the Titanic of the Caribbean after it sank in 1961 due to a boiler room explosion and consequent fire which lasted several days. At 180 metres (600 feet) long, this is the largest shipwreck you can dive in the Caribbean. If you have your full wreck dive insurance certifications then you’re in for even more fun as you’ll have multiple chances to enter the wreck.

Chuuk Lagoon, Federated States of Micronesia

Are you on the hunt for a travel destination which boasts a true wealth of wreck diving options? Then look no further than Micronesia. This little section of paradise in Oceania is undoubtedly the place for you. In years gone by it was thought to be the most formidable of Japanese strongholds in the whole of the Pacific during WWII, and Chuuk Lagoon was completely devastated after an American attack on the base back in 1944. 249 aircraft, 32 merchant ships and 12 warships sank, with over 20 wrecks having been discovered since. You’ll be like a kid in a sweetshop deciding which dives to do — some of the most popular include the 500 foot (153 metre) Shikoku Maru and the 440 foot (134 metre) Fujikawa Maru.

Mayday Mayday!

Not every travel insurance covers you for wreck diving, and some dive insurance won’t cover you below 18 metres. Let’s Go Insure’s dive insurance provides cover for up to 50 metres as long as you have the necessary qualifications. Get in touch with our team today to make sure your once in a lifetime dive insurance needs are met.

Cruising the Highlands in Style: The Caledonian Canal

Cruising the Highlands in Style: The Caledonian Canal

There’s no beauty in the world quite like that of the Scottish Highlands. The rugged landscape will take your breath away and make you eager to see more. One of the best ways to explore the wild side of Scotland is by water, and the Caledonian Canal is the finest route of all.
At 60 miles long, this waterway features 29 lochs, 10 bridges, 4 aqueducts and more incredible scenes of nature than you can count. The route connects the south-east of the country to the north-west, reaching from the charming town of Fort William all the way to Inverness. There’s plenty to do and see when you cruise Scotland: the awe-inspiring castles and famous whisky distilleries are sure to catch your attention.

 

You can sail in the shadow of royalty here. In 1873, Queen Victoria travelled on the canal, which has been extremely popular ever since. The canal’s stunning route makes it easy to see why Queen Victoria loved to cruise Scotland so much!

Thanks to James Watt, the inventor of the Watt steam engine, the idea of constructing the Caledonian Canal first surfaced in 1773. It aimed to connect the eastern and western sides of Scotland, providing work for locals and reducing the need to make a dangerous journey around the coast. The canal would enable all key lochs of the Great Glen could be connected, including Loch Ness, Loch Lochy and Loch Oich.

30 years later, the project was approved by the Scottish government and was led by Thomas Telford, a Scottish engineer. It was designed to run in an incredibly straight line along a geographical fault, and was supposedly a master class in engineering. However, the project missed its deadline by 12 years, taking 19 years to build in total, and also exceeded its budget.

This caused problems for ships that were previously designed to navigate the canal: by the time that it was finished, the ships’ designs were outdated and unsuitable. Although steamer ships with iron hulls were capable of sailing around the Scottish coast, these were too big for the waterway. As a result, while the project was visually impressive, it wasn’t quite the huge success that designers had hoped for.

Despite this, cruising along the Caledonian Canal is an amazing experience from start to finish. Among its many highlights is Neptune’s Staircase: as the longest stair lock in the UK, it takes an impressive 90 minutes for a barge to travel the distance of 500 yards, passing through 8 different locks and rising 70 feet in the process.

If rugged natural beauty, astounding industrial skill and authentic local history sounds like your idea of the perfect cruise, Scotland is the destination for you.

Paul Newman is the Marketing and E-Systems Executive for European Waterways, the UK’s most respected provider of all-inclusive, luxury canal holidays across Europe. Part of a team of experienced barging aficionados, Paul is first in line to endorse the perks of a slow-paced barge holiday, whether you’re looking to cruise Scotland, France or Italy.

It’s Worth Remembering That We Provide Truly National Service

It’s Worth Remembering That We Provide Truly National Service

London may be the UK’s economic epicentre by some distance, but it is far from the only part of the country with an ever-pressing requirement for the right restaurant and Bar Furniture and related refurbishment and fit out services.
While it may be easy for some of our competitors to concentrate all of their energies in the capital, that is not our own philosophy here at Design & Contracts – and it is reflected in everything that we have done to date, and everything that we continue to do for businesses like yours.

It’s Worth Remembering That We Provide Truly National Service

Why we aren’t just another London-centric furniture supplier

As trusted providers of furniture for all manner of establishments, we will always be proud of the many high-profile projects in London that we have successfully managed. However, we are not a London furniture supplier, and are instead very much a UK one.

Our own headquarters, after all, are in Ascot, Berkshire, and we recognise the critical role that bars, restaurants, cafes and similar businesses outside the capital make to the broader British economy, culture and public life.

This is reflected in the breadth of non-London organisations to which we have provided our bespoke services. They include the likes of the Reading University Students’ Union (RUSU), to which we supplied various colourful furniture to modernise the appearance of the entire premises, as well as Azuza in Bristol, which benefited from the supply of such items as PN Framed Tub Chairs, Nico 2 Seat Sofas and DC-0145 side chairs.

The Children’s Unit and Spinal Unit at Salisbury Hospital have also taken advantage of our services, the latter being graced by bespoke Dado modular seating from our Jive range and special height Tonda tables with Zebrano Kuadra chairs.

Across the UK, in fact – from the Real Eating Cafe in Witney to the Brasserie Rhone Restaurant in Old Woking – there are many non-London businesses that have placed their trust in Design & Contracts when in need of restaurant, cafe, office, nightclub or bar furniture or related services and expertise.

Contact us now to become one of our valued clients

When you wish for your business to play its part in Britain’s continuing great economic success story, there’s no need to look further than Design & Contract Furniture.

Enquire now to learn more about the contract furniture and other services that we can provide to help ensure that your bar, restaurant, cafe or similar firm enjoys a bright future – wherever it may be based in the UK. It’s Worth Remembering That We Provide Truly National Service

Reasons to Buy Life Insurance Now

Reasons to Buy Life Insurance Now

Many people postpone the purchase of life insurance in Greenville, SC, and other fields because they seem to assume that the benefits are not something that applies to them. Unfortunately, every year people learn that it is a mistake not to invest in this policy. Although you definitely do not want to sit around thinking about your possible death, it is a mistake not to prepare yourself for the overly obvious possibilities so you can be taken far before you expect. You need to buy a good policy now to give family opportunities to your family in case of your death, to give you the peace of mind right now, to improve the nature of your investment, and to keep low payments on this financial aid.
Provide for your Family

Reasons to Buy Life Insurance Now

To be honest it’s important for everyone to get a good policy, but it’s even more important for you to invest in life insurance in Greenville, SC, if you happen to be one of the major financial providers for your family. Equally unpleasant, you need to figure out what will happen to your family if you die. How do they pay for the necessities of life? Will they be properly provided?

Investing in these policies can help them survive if the unthinkable happens. If your loved ones are faced with the tragedy of your loss, make sure that they are also not faced with the tragedy of losing their homes and the quality of their lives. The size of the policy should end up equal to the amount of revenue you generate. Talk to good advisors to find out which policies are appropriate for this need. Reasons to Buy Life Insurance Now

Giving You Peace of Mind

Many people who buy the required policies tend to do so after the loss of a loved one. No one likes to think about it, but death can come anytime. If you want to avoid worrying about what your family will do if you die, then the only way to gain peace of mind is to buy the right policy.

Increase Investment Portfolio

This is a frugal and wise person who takes time and money to create the right insurance policy. Since this is an investment, it will be reflected in your investment portfolio. When a financial institution looks at the funds you have invested, when a financial institution sees this policy, it will look good to you. They will see that you are not a big risk taker and you understand the need for preparation.

Keeping Payments Low

The sooner you get your policy, the less you have to pay. First of all, this means you have long paid the policy. This alone will save you money for the premium you have to pay. You should also consider that if you are injured or sick, the amount you pay for this policy will increase rapidly. Getting your payment set and guaranteed at this time will mean that you are getting a premium set for your current health and youth.

Of course this is not something you want to think about, and it may be a bit awkward to get to know the person you love. That being said, it must be something that needs to be done. The person you love should be grateful to know that you love them enough to make sure they care about whatever happens. If you have not done so already, you need to work now to build some life insurance in Greenville, SC. Reasons to Buy Life Insurance Now

General Pension Planning Sense Financial planning for retirement is the main focus of our company. Let us help you find the many opportunities available to help you plan your financial future. Visit our page at http://www.commonsenseretirementplanning.com to view our page today!

An Anthracite Deluxe Is Adding Style To Our Range

An Anthracite Deluxe Is Adding Style To Our Range

Here at the Betta House, we do not believe to stand still when it must be full and our choice of Concrete Garage. It’s very exciting to announce the number of our Anthracite Deluxe garage that brings no lack of style, practicality and endurance to the average Birmingham or West Midlands home.
We can say so much about anthracite as color. It’s okay, timeless and turns to head for all the right reasons, and when you buy Anthracite Deluxe from us, you can benefit from more other standard features.

An Anthracite Deluxe Is Adding Style To Our Range

A very cheap concrete garage

If you do not need ‘only’ in a concrete garage, you just have to look at the Anthracite Deluxe garage. It’s new for 2017, and all the features you’d expect from a sophisticated concrete garage by 2017.

Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal above and above the main door with four point locking, and antinyudit 4 wide anterior window, the entrance of the multi-point steel anthracite personnel. Locks as standard, and even likes anthracite hand pointing real brick post front. You can also expect exciting PVC fascias and vergeboards, again with noble anthracite.

An Anthracite Deluxe is not just a form or a garage model, but – is actually a full range of concrete garage, with a variety of styles to choose according to your needs. If you go to the Apex garage, for example, it will also insert a blue / black cement cement sheet, as well as a roof roof that helps to clean dust and leaves. Go for the Pent Mansard model instead, and charcoal profile charcoal charcoal profile profile will be used to the front elevation.

There is also no scope for customization with this concrete garage, since the roof sheets on the Apex and Mansard models can be determined by a variety of standard colors.

When it comes to concrete garage, you do not have to lose other companies

No Birmingham or West Midlands homeowners have one or more priorities for their new concrete garage. They do not ‘just’ want to look good or keep them safe – they want to tick all the clear boxes and more.

So, do not take the risk with your company choice to provide you with a concrete garage. Choose the Betta Buildings, and you’ll have the peace of mind to know the job and installation are taken care of, by a company that has a longstanding and handsome industry experience throughout Birmingham and West Midlands. An Anthracite Deluxe Is Adding Style To Our Range

Baggage in the middle of urban drama

Baggage in the middle of urban drama

The international luggage brand, the new Samsonite showroom in Amsterdam by the i29 interior architect is an intriguing take on the brand’s spatial identity …
Space is a new, recognizable and consistent urban reflection, the natural habitat of a suitcase or bag. Instantly inspiring and attracting diverse social groups and customer ages, the use of ancient symbols intuitively refers to travel and movement. Dynamic spaces resonate with young and fashionable to mature and classical, because effective universal brand communication is ingrained in global collective memory. Baggage in the middle of urban drama

Bold color schemes and black and white graphics communicate strongly, adding the essence of drama and intrigue, though not following a single style. Monochrome also offers a suitable base for any color or material of the products on display.

Angled graphical patterns and objects placed across the diagonal offer a strong sense of direction, as they maintain a dramatic language. Light rails, central floor units and perimeter units, all in a diagonal layout make the room look rotating and offer a touch to the eye. Customers can experience walking through explosive crossings, while multiple viewpoints and contrasting visuals provide surprise and excitement. Customers can explore Samsonite’s premium product line from Polypropylene luggage along an attractive curved wall, featuring multiple facets, when viewed from a variety of positions. Alternatively, one can walk through a series of open and closed display units, offering a dynamic view. Each structure represents the Samsonite sub-brand, each with its own presentation, but is part of the whole.

In addition, customers can discuss and negotiate in a sleek glass conference room, with minimal and elegant furniture that fits the store’s design philosophy. Baggage in the middle of urban drama

With a natural urban habitat for suitcases, bags and travel products, and a truly unique experience for customers