Fighting evil by moonlight. Selling propane by daylight.
In the name of the Moon, I will whoop your keister!
Extreme Paper, Rock, Scissors.
I think this is how Mario Party games are inspired.
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Though the term "ethnobotany" was not coined until 1895 by the US botanist John William Harshberger, the history of the field begins long before that.
In Pythagoreanism which originated in 500 BC refused to eat beans because of the human relationship to it through matter. In A.D. 77, the Greek surgeon Dioscorides published "De Materia Medica", which was a catalog of about 600 plants in the Mediterranean. It also included information on how the Greeks used the plants, especially for medicinal purposes.
This illustrated herbal publication contained information on how and when each plant was gathered, whether or not it was poisonous, its actual use, and whether or not it was edible (it even provided recipes). Dioscorides stressed the economic potential of plants. For generations, scholars learned from this herbal publication, but did not actually venture into the field until after the Middle Ages due to the Inquisition. [**]
Image: Plants have been widely used by American Indian healers, such as this Ojibwa man.
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according to society if you’re confident you’re self-obsessed but if you’re insecure you’re weak so that is why i am a simple giraffe
tips to write college papers
- begin with “buckle your seatbelts, motherfuckers, because in eight short pages i am going to learn u a thing that i only learned myself about two hours ago, so sit down, shut up, and enjoy the experience of my 4-am-redbull-induced-self-hatred-fuelled-writing-extravaganza”
- erase when finished with the paper
BUT THIS ACTUALLY WORKS
MAKE SURE YOU ERASE IT THOUGH
Well thats one reason doctors have disposable needles.
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jesus isn’t the only one that can turn water into wine
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