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   xoxoxoBruce  Saturday Oct 21 11:27 PM

Oct 22nd, 2017: Yummy Donut

Dunkin knows youíre sick of everything from your lunch to your brake fluid be pumpkin flavored this
time of year. In a clever marketing move they created the yummy Pistashio Fudge donut.
No white powder down the front of the uniform or squad car seats.

You knew I was lying, but youíre so desperate for entertainment you kept reading anyway. So sad.
Yeah, itís a fungus, Boletus regineus, I think.

Boletus regineus, commonly known as the queen bolete, is an edible and highly regarded fungus of the genus Boletus that inhabits southwestern North America. It was considered a variant of the similarly edible B. edulis for many years until declared a unique species in 2008.

Gravdigr  Sunday Oct 22 01:50 PM

"Well, she's pretty, but, I don't know that I'd eat it."

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