(TFTS) To anyone with love and respect for life: In New York there is a Japanese who sells bonsai-peas”. Sounds like fun huh? NOT! These animals are squeezed into a bottle. Their urine and feces are removed through probes. They feed them with a kind of tube. They feed them chemicals to keep their bones soft and flexible so the peas grow into the shape of the bottle. The peas will stay their as long as they live. They can’t walk or move or wash themselves. Bonsai-peas are becoming a fashion in New York and Asia.
While we are updating the old feeds, we don’t want to post the episodes on two different websites. However, the process for updating a Google listing can take up to eight weeks, meaning that while they will eventually get there: no new episodes will appear on the feeds from Hypercube from now on.
Recently, a group of community college two-year diploma shakers were hired on by a local pharmaceutical research firm to design new drugs for ailments ranging from depression to failing organs. When reached for comment, project manager Doctor Tack Bramnsonmann reached out for the team and stated,
Now, I don’t know anything about cars other than that they run on gasoline and are easier to own than a horse. The only experience I’ve had racing EVER would be the time I ate three chili-cheese burritos on a road-trip and saw that the next exit was over 30 miles away. It turns out I out I am grossly overqualified for this movie.