SouthEast Lights FAQ

This is my way of communicating with my kids, grandkids and great-grandkids in the future. Thanks to archive.org, this site will be part of The Wayback Machine. It will be archived and kept available for a very long time. Most of my family has no idea I even use cannabis, let alone cultivate and develop it. Quite simply, I'm going to explain to them what I did, how I did it and why I did it. The Journal portion of the site will give them pretty detailed cultivation information, just in case any of them want to continue on with what I've done. Only one of my kids uses cannabis that I know of, so it may be a case they could care less about it and that's fine. There will be enough seeds to make it easy for them to just sell to the highest bidder if they want. Damn, I should use a little smiley face emoticon or emoji here, shouldn't I?

Not a fucking thing. The fact you are on this website doesn't mean anything to me and I know that's confusing. Everyone develops a website to make money, right? Everybody grows and sells cannabis to make money, don't they? People write articles reviewing or recommending stuff for websites so readers will click on a link and buy something, correct?

Not me. I'm doing this because I'm proud of what I've done and how I've lived my life. I want all of my family to understand there is absolutely nothing wrong with using cannabis, no more than drinking coffee or tea. I've had to conceal and be secretive with them about growing cannabis because of the chance the government would take my fucking house because I grew some illegal plants. That's not the way it should be in America.

I'm a mid-60's Daddy/Dad, Grandpa, Great-Grandpa, Uncle and Brother, who has lived an extraordinary life, with a very beautiful wife, who I love more than l can express. I've always tried to do what was right and best for my family, and that wasn't always what was easiest or best for me. That's what being a father is all about. I live way the hell back up in the mountains, far removed from urban and suburban environments, where I can do what the fuck I want, when the fuck I want and not worry about what anyone else thinks, says, or does.
That's totally up to you, it doesn't really matter to me what you do as long as you stay safe and don't get arrested. A very long time ago, I made a decision to grow cannabis because I didn't want to be dependent on a "dealer" to supply it. I've known many drug dealers in my life and while some were really nice people, I never forgot what their singular motivation was, to sell illegal drugs for money. If, after reading the information on this site, you decide to stop supporting organized crime and start growing your own cannabis, that will be great. It can be done and it's not that hard.

You can't. I don't sell anything, give anything away, or trade for cannabis, that's just not how I roll. It would fuck up the karma I've developed over decades and decades of not selling or profiting from anything connected with cannabis. In my lifetime, I doubt it will ever be legal to grow where I'm located geographically. However, I am absolutely certain my family will be able to eventually benefit from the work I've done, at some point in the future, when I've completed the Circle of Life and become part of the Universal Mind.

Besides, I doubt you would even want to buy it if you could. It's not super-saturated in trichomes, isn't any other color than normal green, won't smell like the sweet morning dew on a fresh rose in springtime and doesn't have 39.3179% THC content with a terp profile like the first known cannabis plant God created.

You are certainly entitled to your opinion and may, in fact, be correct. Sometimes I am full of shit. That's what happens to you when you get old, you start concentrating and thinking about your bowels. Bwahahahaha! As the cliché goes, getting old fucking sucks but it beats the hell out of the alternative.

Seriously, this is for real. I'm not doing this to sell anything whatsoever.

Sure, but please give an attribution to southernlights.org with whatever photos or written information you use, so people will know where it came from. It's common, fucking courtesy. It's kind of a dick move to just steal photos or info from the Web and not give credit for it. But if that's how you want to live your life, go for it. It doesn't matter to me if you want to take credit for something someone else has done.
Because I'm not a professional photographer. The camera I'm using is a Nikon 4300 that has a massive 4.0 megapixel sensor and is over 15 years old. Check the EXIF data if you think I'm lying. Most importantly, it has no GPS data or any other identifying info that might give an idea where it was taken.