okay so for people not from boston (at least not from mass.) here are some things to expect.

  • tons and tons of three-floored houses with tight hallways that will be a fucking dickhole to fight through
  • fenway park is apparently a city unto itself, so no change there. the food will also cost you 300 caps extra. no one knows why. its tradition.
  • if you thought the metro in 3 was bad, boy you have another thing coming
  • ghoul bakeries in the north end
  • castle island, a british fort, is now most likely ruled by hyper-intelligent seagulls
  • anything north of cambridge and west of concord is mirelurk territory. possibly also mutant cranberries, stay tuned.
  • the guys in the institute ah wicked smaht
  • laser-equipped swan boats on the common
  • if you find people who don’t speak with a boston accent, there is a simple explanation: they are descnded from the migratory population of college students.
  • the burnt out shells of dunkin’ donuts are still filled with the stale, rock-hard plain donuts and cold cups of coffee. still better than honey dew tho.
  • suprisingly dorchester is the most well preserved, finally matching the rest of the nuclear hellscape.
  • if you see a building named quincy market that has been destroyed, please take off your hat and perhaps shed a tear out of respect.

    Oregon Senate Passes Harmful Medical Marijuana Bill

    (WeedBlog) The Oregon Senate voted today on Senate Bill 964. Oregon Senate Bill 964 seeks to drastically alter the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP). Among some of the scarier provisions of the bill:

    • Section 6 states that all medical marijuana growers have to submit a report monthly to the Oregon Health Authority which states the “number of mature and immature marijuana plants, the amount of marijuana leaves and flowers being dried, and the amount of usable marijuana, in the person’s possession” as well as ” the number of mature and mature marijuana plants, and the amount of usable marijuana, that the person transfers to each registry identification cardholder for whom the person produces marijuana.” The report also has to contain the ” amount of usable marijuana that the person transfers to each marijuana processing site: and…to each medical marijuana dispensary.”
    • Section 7 deals with new grow site limits. The section states that if a grow site is located within city limits, there is a cap of 12 mature plants maximum, regardless of how many patients have registered there. If the grow site was registered prior to January 1, 2015, it can be grandfathered in, but not to “exceed 24 mature marijuana plants.” The cap on new gardens that are located outside of city limits would be at 48 mature plants, regardless of the amount of patients registered at the address. If the grow site was registered prior to January 1, 2015, it can be grandfathered in, but not to “exceed 96 mature plants.”
    • Section 70 states, “the governing body of a city or county may adopt ordinances that prohibit the establishment of medical marijuana dispensaries or marijuana processing sites in the area subject to the jurisdiction of the city or county.”

    I’m sad to report that the bill passed a full Senate vote 29-1. The only Senator to vote against the bill was Floyd Prozanski. Mr. Prozanski should obviously be commended, and the rest of the Oregon Senate should be held accountable. The plant limits, reporting requirements, and right for municipalities to ban businesses is going to hurt many, many patients. Oregon voters want the Oregon Legislature to work on creating clear and fair recreational marijuana rules and regulations. Oregon voters do not want attacks on the OMMP, which is why they approved Oregon Measure 91 which stated no less than three times that the OMMP should stay untouched.

    If you need to find out who your Oregon Senator is, click this link here. Again, Floyd Prozanski is the only Oregon Senator to oppose the bill, so unless he is your Oregon Senator, I would hope that you would contact your Senator immediately and let them know just how awful this bill is, and that you plan on refraining from voting for them when they are up for re-election. From here the bill goes to the Oregon House, where there is far less support for such harmful, unwanted legislation. I’m hopeful that the bill will stall in the Oregon House and die.

    anonymous asked:

    Senta, scriva un libro insieme alla sua compagna.. Su "come essere genitori".. Che se un giorno avrò figli, me lo voglio leggere! Spero che le sue figlie sappiano quanto sono fortunate ad avere due genitori come voi!! (Nonostante le piaccia il cioccolato bianco.. Bleah..)

    Se vuoi ti do in anteprima l’indice:

    • Cap.1 - La gravidanza ovvero come presto rimpiangerete quei nove mesi di pace e tranquillità.
    • Cap.2 - L’allattamento: preferisci la mastite al seno destro e le ragadi al sinistro o viceversa?
    • Cap.3 - La pappa: di che colore era il soffitto?
    • Cap.4 - La fase del no. Trent’anni di durata.
    • Cap.5 - Nido e materna: come sentirsi genitori incapaci, crudeli e lacerati dai sensi di colpa.
    • Cap.6 - La scuola elementare. Tanto il bacio prima di entrare non ve lo dà.
    • Cap.7 - La scuola media. Tanto lo zaino lo mette solo su una spalla.
    • Cap.8 - I primi amori e l'incauto genitore che vorrebbe leggere le chat di whatsapp.
    • Cap.9 - Le superiori. Non provate nemmeno a preparare il pranzo e ad aspettarli. Forse la cena. Forse.
    • Cap.10 - Conclusioni. Lasciateli andare… non sono mai stati vostri. Vi hanno fatto dono della loro presenza e vi hanno reso persone migliori e più umane, donandovi una nuova definizione di ‘amore’, completamente diversa da quella che vi sareste mai immaginati quando mettevate la mano sul pancione. E forse un giorno, ma non esigetelo, torneranno per farvi vedere che anch’essi, oramai genitori, hanno imparato dal vostro amore incondizionato.

    Rhubarb Bolete - Boletellus obscurecoccineus 

    The Rhubarb Bolete, Boletellus obscurecoccineus (Boletaceae), is distinguished by the brilliant red cap, bright yellow pores, and scales scattered on the stem. This brightly colored bolete was originally described from Indonesia, and later reported from east Asia, southeast Asia and Australia.  

    References: [1] - [2]

    Photo credits: [Top: ©Steve Axford | Locality: Balfour Track, NW Tasmania] - [Bottom: ©Zeng, N. K., & Yang, Z. L. | Locality: Hainan, China]


    90+ Fonts with PH Multifaceted Font System - only $29

    If you like variety in your fonts, then you’ll absolutely love PH from the Fontfabric Type Foundry. This multi-condensed font system sports a whopping 96 different fonts in total, that can be mixed and matched for maximum design. Each font comes in 9 different weights, 5 different widths, and a Small Caps version as well as a trio of icon sets in multiple shaded versions. Extended language support and alternate characters are just a few of the many extras you’ll get with this fabulous deal.

    This Family includes:

    • A multi-condensed font system, you’ll get more than a simple font family with PH from Fontfabric Type Foundry.
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    • If that weren’t enough fonts, you’ll also get a Small Caps version for every single weight and width!
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    Convection is a major driver in many flows in nature. In this film, the UCLA Spinlab demonstrates buoyant convection caused by a local heat source. They deposit dye on a submerged, continuously heated plate, then observe as the dye slowly rises with the heated (lower density) fluid. The surface forms a cap for the rising dye, which then spreads horizontally. Qualitatively similar flows can be seen in nature over volcanic eruptions or in thunderstorms when clouds reach the troposphere or a capping inversion. Be sure to check out the rest of the Spinlab’s videos. (Video credit: UCLA Spinlab; submitted by Jon B.)

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    Hoy escribo sobre ti aunque no estés,
    aunque no me leas,
    ni sepa a qué hora estás tomando el café.
    Escribo para al fin soltarme de ti,
    de lo que eras,
    de la puerta a la que me aferré tantas veces
    hasta que se deshizo.
    Porque te fuiste inclusive antes de que no verte,
    inclusive mucho antes de este espacio
    absurdo que usas como escudo,
    para que no se te noten los vacíos.
    ¿Cuántas veces te has ido?
    ¿Cuántas veces dijiste que regresaste
    para ver si aún seguía esperándote
    y realmente
    no habías llegado?
    Desde aquel día que hicimos silencio
    y no nos dio vértigo,
    desde aquel día no estás.
    Desde aquella vez que no te asomabas a mi alma
    para encontrarte.
    Desde aquel instante en que pensaste que
    alejarse era encontrarse y es todo lo contrario.
    Hoy, escribo sobre ti aunque no estés
    para decirte adiós,
    porque los hasta luegos se acabaron.

    [walks into gamestop] hello id like to preorder fallout 4 [dumps a large amount of bottle caps onto the table]

    sarada saying that sasuke is amazing reminded me of sakura saying the same thing when she saw sasuke’s susanoo which makes me go uwu