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  1. But they’re carved into skin, what could they do about them?

  2. I actually (close to 20 years ago) had a German professor recommend taking a shot before the spoken portion of an exam - I didn’t follow this advice, and it’s fairly different from the context you’ll be in, but it’s definitely an idea that’s been around for a while.

  3. This guy can go kick rocks. Fuck all TERFs

  4. I have a feeling this guy isn’t a TERF

  5. Hey that’s a bit unkind, I’ve never seen a fence post forget to check its blind spot

  6. I guess underneath the car is technically a blind spot

  7. There will be another exodus once Adams baulks on COL raises with the unions this summer. I'm eyeing the door myself.

  8. He ran as pro-union, plus was endorsed by DC37, among others. You’re almost certainly right, but some part of me is going to live in optimistic delusion until then.

  9. Smush them and rinse off the stragglers.

  10. This discussion will still be happening when we are all dead and buried.

  11. Seriously. Less proposing, more building

  12. I noticed my cherry barb swimming closer to the surface than usual (typically hides in the plants) and today noticed these white spots (a couple larger weird patches on the other side also but couldn’t get a picture).

  13. I noticed my cherry barb swimming closer to the surface than usual (typically hides in the plants) and today noticed these white spots (a couple larger weird patches on the other side also but couldn’t get a picture).

  14. Everybody is going to get to know each other in the pot.

  15. You said it began as a school? I’ll put my 10-cents on it having been a one-story Colonial with a high ceiling, and then someone raising the roof and making it two stories when it converted to residential. Where’s the stair case? Does it make any sense that it is where it is if it had been in the same place during the building’s school days? I think odds are low a 1900 school house would’ve been built to look like a Cape or a Craftsman.

  16. Whoa…don’t know why you got downvoted, this is a really intriguing possibility, and I can totally see it.

  17. Believe it or not, this is its stabilized form. We’re focusing on inside for now, but definitely have plans to address the porch and other exterior/aesthetic issues down the road.

  18. He still did empire and return of the Jedi after the wreck. That’s why the yeti creature attacked his face early, to explain the facial changes

  19. Um excuse me, that creature is a wampa.

  20. pie-LEE-ah (polled fellow workmates in the horticultural field and they said the same.)

  21. The fruit itself, called an Aril, is actually not toxic. But the rest of the plant is, and can cause gastrointestinal problems.

  22. Just to add an extra layer of pedantry, it’s not actually a fruit since yews are gymnosperms!

  23. Looks like a Pseudorhipsalis ramulosa that has been kept in lower light, based on leaf shape, white berry-like fruit, and red tipped crown. Mine is very red because I keep it outside in higher light but I have seen greener ones that were kept in lower light.

  24. Don’t forget Eric adams is about to cut city worker pay but not his own pay.

  25. Looks similar to the blue-eyed grass (Sisyrinchium sp.) we have in Texas during spring.

  26. Personally I think it looks like a masoniana. It’s super wide like masoniana tends to be and it has the thin outline on the leaves.

  27. Yeah, I agree, this looks more like masoniana to me, especially those shorter leaves.

  28. I mean, there was a misleading implication, but the title is technically true.

  29. H_Mc says:

    Solved! It’s jewel weed!

  30. Cool! Maybe it’s a rodent cache? Thanks for following up on this (and not sure why your comment was downvoted…?)!

  31. Late to the party, but they look like they could be jewelweed seeds:

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