The baby bugs can't find the tree on their own, so mom-bug collects the fruits for them and brings them back to the nest. Mom-bug walks across the forest to this one specific type of tress and moves from fallen berry to fallen berry, probing them with her little insect legs to see if they're ripe. It can take hours to find and collect a single ripe berry.
This sounds absolutely apocalyptic. Chennai has around 4.6m people (megacity).
Ukrainian oligarchs accused of laundering $470b, buying up much of Cleveland - https://boingboing.net/2019/06/14/kyivland.html I beg your pardon...?
@asherwolf only another century until medicinal knowledge gets up to speed on half the population?
The arguments look reasonable, but no way for me to tell if they are supported.
I suspect like most things it will be more complicated than expected
@phocks oh nice deck. this is the one I play with from time to time:
here is a very small, simple twine game i made a couple years ago and finally got around to throwing online. it is called planted and it is about being lonely and having a plant.
it does have some random messages and hidden values it keeps track of so i hope that makes it worth playing more than once
i hope you like it
@tqft I’ve never wanted a hysterectomy moar
@asherwolf icymi https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2019/06/women-autoimmune-diseases-pregnancy/591901/
"Why Women Get So Many Autoimmune Diseases"
Decades of history could be 'erased from Australia's memory' as tape machines disappear, archivists warn https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-06-19/magnetic-archives-at-risk-due-to-machine-becoming-obsolete/11222602?pfmredir=sm
@maloki ask me sometime if I’ve asked for help today?
@maloki limited. Mum lives an hour away, aunt lives 3 hrs away. I’m working on getting over my ego to ask a local parent I know for assistance with a couple things.
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