Zebstrika, though can be found in the wild by themselves due to their intense strength and agility, are generally found leading packs of Blitzle and occasionally other Zebstrika. At full speed they can run at the speed of lightning itself, and creates thunderclaps every time its hooves hit the ground at this speed. This Pokemon is quite irritable and defensive and if it is disturbed it can fire full powered lightning bolts out of its mane.
The Omaha Mural Project: Fertile Ground
is a creation of internationally renowned mural artist Meg Saligman.
Saligman’s work tells the story of Omaha’s past, present, and future by
featuring historical references, present-day communitites, and
portraying the passage of time with a unique “back to front” rather than
“left to right” composition. At 32,500 sq ft, the mural is the largest
public art project in the history of the city of Omaha as well as the
largest singly funded mural in the nation.
Ever since I found out I was going to be photographing Buzzo, head of the iconic band Melvins, I knew that I wanted to do a play on the Nebraska movie poster. His hair and silhouette are so immediately recognizable that I knew it’d make for a fun portrait. #studioanywhere
YORK, Neb. (Cannabist) — A Nebraska woman who testified that her home was a temple for religious use of marijuana has been convicted of four drug charges.
Online court records say 53-year-old Brenda Hines, of York, was found guilty Wednesday of three similar charges of possession for sale and one of maintaining a place for drug trafficking. Hines was acquitted on one charge: possessing drug money. She’s scheduled to be sentenced on July 13.
Witnesses testified that Hines and her ex-husband, Richard McLellan, shared a house in York and that Hines had “disciples” who went there to buy and use drugs.
Hines said her Temple of Zion reflected her religious beliefs and that God provided the marijuana she sold or gave to temple members, according to the York News-Times.