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The Tick vs. The Breadmaster Part 1 All rights go to: Hank Tucker, Sunbow Entertainment and WMG
As everyone knows (since that’s all I was able to think/write about for three days), Tiki was ill this weekend and early this week. We still don’t know exactly what caused her very high…
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I do not own this music. All rights belong to wmg. Band: Disturbed – Song: Infection – Album: Asylum Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976 Lyrics: in the back of my mind i can barely even remember when there was nothing left to hide and she has found a way inside, then i was forced to walk alone living in an empty home all i wanted was to hide and try to numb the ache inside and i’m still afraid of the light and a thousand voices share their laughter at my demise now if i am to survive the infection must die murder the beast that’s been eating me alive the infection must die nothing left but a broken man terrified of everything nothing left of his foolish pride, his fond memories slowly die, then as he wakes again alone still a prisoner in his home ready to allow the dark to penetrate his broken heart and im still afraid of the light and a thousand voices share their laughter at my demise Now if I am to survive The infection must die Murder the beast That’s been eating me alive The infection must die Now if I am to survive The infection must die Murder the beast That’s been eating me alive The infection must die This is where I draw the line This infection must die Give me release from this demon of mine The infection must die The infection must die
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It’s Fall! The crops from the summer season have run their course, and it is time to put vital nutrients back into the garden soil that the spring and summer crops depleted.
How do we do that, you ask?
Enter a superhero among gardeners: BUCKWHEAT.
Buckwheat increases the soil structure and the availability of nutrients for the next batch of crops in the garden, including phosphorus. Another great thing about Buckwheat is that it sprouts within days, grows rapidly, and doesn’t require much water.
The first thing you want to do is get yourself some Buckwheat seeds. We purchased ours online.
Next, till your garden soil. We also mixed in a couple bags of manure for good measure.
Even out and water down the soil in preparation for the seeds.
In just a few weeks, our Buckwheat grew a couple feet tall. Turk, the Tortoises and even the chickens LOVE to snack on it!
Now that the Buckwheat is growing, there is one final step.
We will need to cut down (or mow) the Buckwheat within 2 weeks of the first flowering and mulch it into the soil. We will mix in some bags of manure for even better results. Buckwheat decomposes quickly, so it won’t be long before we can plant new crops with our new improved soil!
Multistate Outbreak of Human Salmonella Infantis Infections Linked to Dry Dog Food
If you buy store bought pet food, be careful. Another voluntary pet food recall but it could affect YOU or your family and not just your pets. Possible Salmonella contamination.
The Tick establishes his new battlecry.
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