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B.C. by Mastroianni and Hart for September 21, 2020

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    AllishaDawn  2 months ago

    Dandelions! All kinds.

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    Guilty Bystander  2 months ago

    I remember buying a book as a kid called “Legal Highs” that said scotch broom (or hogweed, for British Isle folks) could take you places, but you had to put the flowers in a sealed jar until mold formed first. Between that and the potential adverse reactions, I never had the nerve to try.

    I could be pretty stupid at 18 or 19 but even though the scotch broom was limitless, I wasn’t.

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    eromlig  2 months ago

    I’m a jazz cat; sell me some ragweed.

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    A Common 'tator  2 months ago

    I haven’t seen Dandelion and Burdock… or Cream Soda… since the 60s

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    Farside99  2 months ago

    Just don’t sell me any bermuda grass. That still makes me sneeze until I almost bleed.

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    mi_sbs  2 months ago

    I refer to “the weeds” (pun not intended) which makes everyone laugh, which makes me keep saying it.

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    wjones  2 months ago

    Dandelion is safer.

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    I Mad Am I  2 months ago

    “Dandelions are thought to have evolved about 30 million years ago in Eurasia. Fossil seeds of Taraxacum tanaiticum have been recorded from the Pliocene of southern Russia. Dandelions have been used by humans for food and as an herb for much of recorded history. They were well known to ancient Egyptians, Greeks and Romans, and are recorded to have been used in traditional Chinese medicine for over a thousand years. The plant was used as food and medicine by Native Americans. Dandelions probably arrived in North America on the Mayflower—not as stowaways, but brought on purpose for their medicinal benefits.” Take a wild guess where I found this!

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    rshive  2 months ago

    Whatever it is you want, I have good prices.

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    Gent  2 months ago

    There was governments those days?

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    dave1960  2 months ago

    Weed meet again, don’t know where, don’t know when…

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    Troglodyte  2 months ago

    There’s something else we’d like…

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    Enter.Name.Here  2 months ago

    “Which has more THC? Or at least which is more unlikely to poison me?”"

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    cdward  2 months ago

    Apparently, according to some I’ve seen on the news lately, ALL laws are an infringement on my personal liberty, so I get to do whatever I want, and it doesn’t matter if it hurts you. But YOU have to do things my way.

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    jpayne4040  2 months ago

    I remember being shocked (and angered) when I first heard someone call dandelions a weed. Growing up, it was my favorite “flower” and I would even pick some for my mom and grandmother.

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    1953Baby  2 months ago

    Our yard caretaker seems to be one of these. Gave me a l-o-o-o-o-ng diatribe on how a cop can’t really stop you for speeding because, according to the Constitution, there must be a habeas corpus. Since there’s no habeas corpus, the cop has no legal right to stop you. . .or something like that. Think I’ll just send him a link to this cartoon and tell him to stick to crabgrass or dandelion stuff. . .

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    zeexenon  2 months ago

    Yes, please deliver and spread a truckload of blue nightshade to my neighbor’s lawn.

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    Mr Schnobb  2 months ago

    Many years ago in my old Italian neighborhood the old lady next door would go to the adjacent park to pick dandelion greens she would give them to my mom to cook, they tasted like bitter spinach.

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    Amra Leo  2 months ago

    Ooh! Dandelion wine!

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    Michael G.  2 months ago

    “Dandelions don’t tell no lies. Dandelions will make you wise.” – Jagger, Richards

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    sandpiper  2 months ago

    Dandelions have another real value. A field of them is beautiful. One summer I walked out the front door and saw a three acre field of dandelions in bloom. Later the wind blew a river of white fluff down along the creek bank. Stunning. Decades later, I still wonder why anyone would think a flat green lawn was a better choice.

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    dv1093  2 months ago

    Is crabgrass a weed?

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    joefearsnothing  2 months ago

    The government can’t tell you what you can or cannot sell but, the potential customers can and will! ;o)

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    KEA  2 months ago

    Whoa. Whoa spelled correctly. Thank you.

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    Herb L 1954  2 months ago

    Wild wood Flowers ;)

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    Huckleberry Hiroshima Premium Member 2 months ago

    Healthy stuff. We used to make dandy lion tea.

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    vaughnrl2003 Premium Member 2 months ago

    I have noticed that there are almost no “Marijuana” stores.

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    Cerabooge  2 months ago

    Got any ironweed, Joe Pye weed, milkweed, bitterweed, or jimsonweed?

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    WCraft Premium Member 2 months ago

    Make sure to save some seeds and ship them to random recipients in China.

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    PhillyBoy  2 months ago

    I like the fact that the word dandelion comes from the french “dents du lion” — teeth of the lion, which is what the leaves look like.

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    Imagine  2 months ago

    Don’t need to pay to get them. They come all by themselves. However, I have spent much money trying to get rid of them. Not very successfully.

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    Imagine  2 months ago

    Seems like a racket to me. You probably have to pay him so that he won’t give them to you.

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    Michael G.  2 months ago

    “Do you serve crabs?” “We serve everybody! What’ll you have?”

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    Buckeye67  2 months ago

    Gimme some of that funny looking crabgrass.

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    BHALL77801  2 months ago

    The Munsters would be his biggest customer!

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    heathcliff2  2 months ago

    Off and on through history dandelions have been known as favored crops and as a food additive and also staple. Weed or food, who is the judge?

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    David Huie Green-What can it hurt?(last words)  2 months ago

    No contest — dandelions it is.

    (Unless you have crab boil for the crabgrass.)

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    Ray  2 months ago

    I must have gone to the wrong college. It took me until the last panel to realize that Thor was asking about marijuana.

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    WayneTurner  2 months ago

    If these weeds affect your consciousness, the government can tell what you can’t sell.

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    Night-Gaunt49  2 months ago

    They have no govt. but the machine educators have told them about the types of govts that have existed since the beginning of recorded history. The fabricators help them with tools.

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    paullp Premium Member 2 months ago

    They have a government?

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    Thehag  2 months ago

    I like the tiny leafed spurge we get here, when it spreads from a crack in the pavement the summer heat turns it all ruddy pink and gray-green. Just wish it wasn’t quite so invasive. Still better than the blasted bermuda grass.

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