ObstacleBuild(a big contributor to this site), has a page dedicated to what got 'em started in the world of cryptocurrency. This new page will lead you to O.B.'s twitter page, and a significant amount of the most plentiful crypto faucets on the net. Njoy! -SASQUACH -MOKELE-MBEMBE -YETI -THE MIGHTY CHUPACABRA and now, this guy! CLICK … Continue reading Obstacle’s Crypto Page Info
A turn in the weather today. As snow encompasses the ground we walk on. The multi-colored leaves of fall are shivering and dancing with a coat of white, as the wind blows this years little ice crystals around. They cover the streets and grass in yards. Too soon to build a snowman? It may just … Continue reading A White Halloween in Mass?
Some of us MassHoles around this time of year, get a bad case of dandruff. With an itchy scalp, the flakes fall as the leaves outside fall and consume the grass in our yards. Dandruff is a condition which causes itchy and dry scalp, thus the dry skin wanders onto the shoulders of the person … Continue reading Natives of Mass Get ‘Ruff
Apples are generally red, sometimes green(ask your granny). This is the time of year for apple pies, caramel apples, apple crisp, and apple dumplings. And truth be told, as of late, it seems like apples aren't just for human consumption. Have you heard of the big and boldly known Apple Tree Epidemic in Mass? Fortunately, … Continue reading Time of Apples in Massachusetts
Myths (which often hold truth) speak of big squid. Huge ones. And they do exist. The largest giant squid( also known as the colossal squid) was cited at over 42 feet long- tentacles included! Now, we would like to believe that this is a rarity in the oceans, and on our planet. This "spectacle" came … Continue reading GIANT SQUID, NOT A HIDDEN GEM
So begins a new season for the folks of, the ever enticing state, of Massachusetts. Settle into the coming scenery, and the beginning of a lasting cold(in more ways than one). This is the coughy, itchy sweater, cider tasting, here for just a smidge in time- the flighty season of fall. "Finale"- Summertime Escapist Oh, … Continue reading Fall- the seasonal onslaught continues in Mass
When people of Mass think of a parasite, we don't generally imagine it being a plant. "Ghosts in the berries"- Summertime Escapist Monotropa uniflora, also known as the indian pipe, is a plant that is located in Asia, as well as North America- we happen to have them right here, in the forests of good … Continue reading Corpse Plant- haunting, ghostly, and parasitic
As us folks of Massachusetts hang onto the end of the season, it's nearly time to take out our fall and winter get-ups. And store the SPF and good old tanning oil, which gave us an ever so slight tint. Since summer here in mass lasts but a blink in time. "Sunset in the Foliage"- … Continue reading Summer nearing a close in Massachusetts
In horror, and secrecy, they hid the truth of giants from us. As archaeologists found their remains, overwhelming evidence of their existence. There are articles upon articles about giant skeletons being found in many ancient burial mounds here in the U.S. Apparently there was someone, or a large sum of people who decided against sharing … Continue reading WHAT HAPPENED TO THE GIANTS?
There is rarely a spot that the people of Mass get to enjoy without eyeing out something grotesque lining the trail. Not only does it cause an instantaneous sty in your eye, but it ruins the majesty of the Massachusetts outdoor experience. It can be bad for the environment as well. In fact, it takes … Continue reading Don’t Mass Up the Place