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Abstamyous

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Sweet! (y)

We transplanted a bunch of flowers from my Grandma's garden to here, to keep the garden going.
So I hope this year will be a good gardening year for us all.
That's really nice!

This will be my first official real garden (I don't count my other attempts as I was never commited to being successful). I'm hoping to grow enough for canning homemade pasta sauce and pickles. And hopefully can keep the other veggies going strong, so our grocery bill is smaller over the summer!
 

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That's really nice!

This will be my first official real garden (I don't count my other attempts as I was never commited to being successful). I'm hoping to grow enough for canning homemade pasta sauce and pickles. And hopefully can keep the other veggies going strong, so our grocery bill is smaller over the summer!

Yeah, I hope it takes. I see some sprouts growing where we planted them, but we have to get through these last few weeks of winter first.

Congrats on your garden though! Sounds like a fun project, and a helpful life-hack at the same time.
 

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Dragons aren’t real?

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I am at War with the world within myself but I try to see the brighter picture and move forward despite all my mental and physical afflictions. the War rages on but I will not give in and pass on yet I life for 2 and I have a mission so I continue on. R.I.P brother guide me in my hours of need.
 
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Other Dudes: I wish I had a gf.
Me: I wish dragons were real. I've seen hundreds of beautiful women, I've never seen a dragon before. 🥴
My brother says dragons are real because in ... let me try to get this correct, in different nations around the globe in Asia, in Europe, there were accounts of dragons that breathe fire in fables and folk lore, in various ancient stories of the past. How creepy!
 

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Just realised the person I was calling a good singer was supposed to be a bad singer in this film... lol that's how you know I cant hold a note.
 

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My brother says dragons are real because in ... let me try to get this correct, in different nations around the globe in Asia, in Europe, there were accounts of dragons that breathe fire in fables and folk lore, in various ancient stories of the past. How creepy!

In the Scandinavian countries, that's what the Vikings believed that the Northern Lights were. In all actuality, it's the magnetosphere. But yes, traditionally, many things that have thought to have been dragons have been found to be just natural things.

In Sumerian folklore, there's a story about a terrible and fierce Firebird. What that Firebird actually probably was, was a meteor shower.

One of the most interesting though is this story:
During the march of the 300 Spartans to Persia, a sort of soldier's journal was collected whence they stopped to rest for a night. He wrote that when they awoke the next morning they looked from camp upward and saw two Suns in the sky. They took this to be a good omen of fortune.

What they actually saw, was the death of a G-Type Star like our Sun, going Supernova. Today, that is now the Crab Nebula:

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It's a very, very rare occurrence that humans get to witness such an event. Most G-Type Stars live for Billions of years, and are so far away from us that we typically can't see such an event with the naked eye. It's actually kind of the only known and proven time that humans have seen such a thing within our recorded history.

The next time that will happen will be with the star Betelgeuse, one of the shoulders in the Orion constellation. Although we don't know specifically when that might happen, ETA is like an estimation of Tomorrow - 100,000 years, we do know, that if humans are around when it does happen, that for about 4 - 6 nights, the explosion will light up the night sky and outshine the Moon with multiple colors.
 

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