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Mushrooms I’ve Known

Vermont forest shroom shots.

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Protected: Deceased Designs

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Night, Between Cliff & Lake

This is local soundscape from the night of August 17th – owls, peepers, coyotes, frogs, geese, a click or two from an otherwise quiet me, a distant engine…

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My first kombucha is ready!

Mmmm… it’s tastily tart. Joe and Yukiko – there’s gratitude here for the scoby-“shroom”: Thanks. The kombucha lives on! I’ve got to shout out to Kombucha Kamp . com for generously sharing booch experience! (Started: June 11, about three weeks

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CANADA BUSY SENDING BACK BUSH-DODGERS

November 16, 2004 | Columbus Dispatch by Joe Blundo The flood of American liberals sneaking across the border into Canada has intensified in the past week, sparking calls for increased patrols to stop the illegal immigration. The re-election of President

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Dwarf Human Ancestors Lived on Pacific Island: Three-Foot-Tall Hunters Existed 18,000 Years Ago

28 Oct. 2004 | Washington Post [ page A03 ] by Guy Gugliotta Scientists have discovered a tiny species of ancient human that lived 18,000 years ago on an isolated island east of the Java Sea — a prehistoric hunter

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85 year-old Socialist to Sail to Cuba

[ The article below is about an 85 year-old socialist who, for the past 15 years, has been preparing for the adventure of a lifetime: He is building a boat and will sail to Cuba along with a crew of

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New Nietzschean Diet Lets You Eat Whatever You Fear Most

The Onion, Mar. 3, 2004 (vol. 40: 9) NEW YORK—While dieters are accustomed to exercises of will, a new English translation of Germany’s most popular diet book takes the concept to a new philosophical level. The Nietzschean diet, which commands

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