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by Maranatha!  Sep 05, 2014

Petunias, bella donna, eggplant, tobacco...so many noxious weeds that are poisonous..why some thought tomatoes 'poisonous' at one time..but nictineacea (getting too old to rember all my botany/taxonomy coursework..I'll be 70 ~ when I make my eleventh year as GBud. Majored in botany..Organic gardening..use tobacco dust as insecticide..and folks chew, snuff that stuff! Ranger/Tom, here..our daughter, Maranatha, was born in Whitefish MT while I lead a hike up to Avalanche Lake in Glacier N.Park

by BeaconLite  Sep 05, 2014

Pumped your scooter.

by dallfo  Jul 11, 2014

I pumped both of your articles. You can pump your own articles also. Have a great day.

by SHEP20715  Jun 05, 2013

This is a coincidence after sending a buddy request. I read your very informative post about the North Dakota refinery. You really told it just the way it is, with a lot of them

by SHEP20715  Jun 05, 2013

I have several buddies in Oklahoma, hope the recent bad weather did not touch you and yours. Please be my buddy also. Thanks...Shep

by teafortwo  Mar 18, 2013

Some people avoid eating nightshade for health reasons.

by nightshade00013  Mar 18, 2013

Solanaceae are a family of flowering plants that includes a number of important agricultural crops. Although many species are toxic plants, some are edible and healthy. The family is also informally known as the nightshade or potato family. The name of the family comes from the Latin Solanum "the nightshade plant", but the further etymology of that word is unclear. Most likely, the name comes from the perceived resemblance that some of the flowers bear to the sun and its rays, and in fact a species of Solanum (Solanum nigrum) is known as the "sunberry". Alternatively, the name has been suggested to originate from the Latin verb solari, meaning "to soothe". This presumably refers to soothing pharmacological properties of some of the psychoactive species of the family.

by teafortwo  Mar 17, 2013

Thanks for posting the "Dyes Derived from Crude Oil Give Mac ‘N Cheese Its Special Glow" article. A change of pace from the relentless political bashing and shill propaganda is welcome in my book. I am curious about your name nightshade? Care to share?

by goldrose1  Feb 21, 2013

Thanks for posting good article.

by Mudsprings  Jan 30, 2013

Keep up posting good stories.

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