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    The alchemist is represented here using Tarot imagery, in this case, the High Priestess, who taps the chest of the Thief, and causes something to resonate in him. The other figure, represents Mercury, the psychopomp.

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    At the end of the movie, the alchemist gives the thief his tower, study, and laboratory. Presumably the thief is on the path to being an alchemist.

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    I am really hungry but the cafeteria is serving tilapia for dinner... Am I desperate enough...

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    Son won his second talent show playing acoustic guitar, then played five songs by request He said his anxiety level was so high that his hands were soaked with sweat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frosty6226 View Post
    Well I knew that the brownies existed and that pretty much you could bake it into anything, because at the end of the day it is pretty much just an herb? Do you think the drinks would sell though? I mean you obviously would have to do it underground, but I mean it really makes getting high much faster not to have to smoke it in the traditional way. That would be a great market if you keep it from getting away from you.
    you cant just sprinkle it into different foods, the process is a little more complicated than that for it to actually have any effect. in california its essentially already legal and there's a pretty huge market for that kind of thing. there are already dozens of types of marijuana drinks for sale at dispensaries, etc.

    and since im being a know-it-all, i'll add that weed in edible forms takes about an hour to kick in while smoking it is instant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chickpea View Post
    you cant just sprinkle it into different foods, the process is a little more complicated than that for it to actually have any effect. in california its essentially already legal and there's a pretty huge market for that kind of thing. there are already dozens of types of marijuana drinks for sale at dispensaries, etc.

    and since im being a know-it-all, i'll add that weed in edible forms takes about an hour to kick in while smoking it is instant.
    Yeah but the high from eating it just generally feels different than from smoking it, better perhaps?

    Anyways you sound like you know the technical details about it much better than I do, tutledge perhaps?

    Yeah my states a bit more rigid or whatever than California. California is so chill. Of course you can still get it, but people are not as open about it as they might be where you are from. I wish they would just legalize it already. A huge open weed store would be really cool, like a candy store for potheads. What a ride that would be. Anyways thats probablly enough said by me about marajuana.

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    Cooking PB cookies like a boss for fundraiser tomorrow.


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    See job advert.
    Job talks about utmost professionalism and highest standards.
    Job advert typed in comic sans font...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oaky View Post
    See job advert.
    Job talks about utmost professionalism and highest standards.
    Job advert typed in comic sans font...
    I live near a lot of boats, and it kills me when someone has the name of their sleek $3742924 yacht printed onto its side in fonts like Comic Sans, Curlz MT, something out of the word art from Microsoft Word, etc. It's more common than you'd hope.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nixie View Post
    I live near a lot of boats, and it kills me when someone has the name of their sleek $3742924 yacht printed onto its side in fonts like Comic Sans, Curlz MT, something out of the word art from Microsoft Word, etc. It's more common than you'd hope.
    I dunno.

    That strikes me as remarkably apropos.

    It's not as if they built that yacht with their bare hands.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oaky View Post
    See job advert.
    Job talks about utmost professionalism and highest standards.
    Job advert typed in comic sans font...
    Quote Originally Posted by Nixie View Post
    I live near a lot of boats, and it kills me when someone has the name of their sleek $3742924 yacht printed onto its side in fonts like Comic Sans, Curlz MT, something out of the word art from Microsoft Word, etc. It's more common than you'd hope.
    Comic Sans font? On my yacht?


    It's more likely than you think.

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