Travel Magazine Accidentally Encourages Shroom Consumption: Arizona Highways, Arizona’s “award-winning” travel magazine published an article encouraging travelers to check out the edible fly agaric mushroom, not realizing that the mushroom – when eaten raw – has unpredictable psychedelic effects. Publishers defended their recommendation by saying their only intent was to help people traveling in the area to fully enjoy their “trip.”
Catholic Church Shocked at Hundreds of Children Buried in Mass Grave: The archbishop of Tuam, Ireland says he is “deeply shocked and horrified” at the discovery of 796 children bodies in an unmarked mass grave adjacent to a former home for unmarried mothers run by the Bon Secours Sisters in Tuam, Ireland between between 1925 and 1961. The church is shocked? Yea, shocked at getting caught. How about ashamed instead? Of course in the interim, “the church” is still leading the charge to have women seeking abortions harassed and prosecuted. After all, we must protect “the sanctity of life,” that is, unless you happen to be born already.
Alberta Residents Shocked by Pink Water: Residents of Onoway, Alberta were startled to see neon pink water begin flowing out of their taps in the small Canadian town earlier this week which officials are blaming on potassium permanganate – a chemical used in water treatment. Why it looks exactly like Kool-Aid. What could be the problem? It looks safe as hell. Sadly, I mean that literally!
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