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dude just plop a few buds of kush or haze on your heat spreader and...uh...fire that baby up

 

insert quip about 420°C core temp here (well over the T-junction obviously but it had to be done)

    
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dude just plop a few buds of kush or haze on your heat spreader and...uh...fire that baby up

insert quip about 420°C core temp here (well over the T-junction obviously but it had to be done)

Might need to switch it out for a bong cooler for better..temps.
    
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