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    [–] 🔥 close up of an emerald tree boa 🔥 TaterTech 2 points ago in NatureIsFuckingLit

    this emplies that predators evolved hunting birds, neat

    [–] How the ladybugs chomped on my zucchini I grew TaterTech 6 points ago in mildlyinteresting

    I grow plants as a hobby and have neem on hand to deal with aphids. Those lines look like chew patterns. Aphids do puncture and may brown areas as the plant surface dies but in patches. Just like in the images you told me to look for. They don't look like bite trails.

    [–] I got a cease and desist for making the Crocs Gloves TaterTech 5 points ago in pics

    Well.. comments like this changes things. Now crocs are in my maybe category. Lol I now wonder if this kind of exposure is good or bad for crocs.

    [–] Suddenly Bilingual TaterTech 3 points ago in BlackPeopleTwitter

    you saved me, thank you for commenting.

    [–] AITA for catching a pregnant workmate in a lie and “making” her cry? TaterTech 3 points ago in AmItheAsshole

    Okay, other threads said its not your place to talk to the coworker and instead follow the chain of command. I don't like this duality of approach.

    [–] Bacon press ain’t just for bacon! Split hotdogs cooking in a Lodge 8 with a Lodge press. TaterTech 3 points ago in castiron

    That is it, because of you I will now be buying a press instead of using my smaller pans stacked on top of each other. This is good, thanks.

    [–] Oh no, just found someones eggs all over my young jade... Can I save this succ? TaterTech 2 points ago in succulents

    Cant blame you for hoping, the mushrooms arent too bad as they are usually the only reason certain plant matter decays in the first place but it is indicative of water retention. Try upgrading to a more shallow pot or ideally a ceramic pot that isnt glazed. This allows for moisture to wickout or simply mix sand into your soil. Plenty of approaches to helping out with the problem but good luck!

    [–] Oh no, just found someones eggs all over my young jade... Can I save this succ? TaterTech 1 points ago in succulents

    Understood, op could always cut one open. Ive seen spores my self but not as neat as those balls with fuzz and im reluctant to believe every person who experiences this has that same type of mushroom problem unless region is truly irrelevant, but I am no expert. Thanks for the insight.

    [–] Oh no, just found someones eggs all over my young jade... Can I save this succ? TaterTech 0 points ago in succulents

    from my limited life experience, it honestly looks like spider eggs which is in fact not bad for the plant at all. they will actually eat any insects in the surrounding area. that being said, they came up through the drainage holes and used the cavity right below the soil. leave it or simply replant. physical removal and then throw away and forget about the "contaminated soil."

    [–] pupper trying his best to climb up stairs TaterTech 14 points ago in rarepuppers

    My first pass through, i thought he knocked something off the plant. Not that it came from him! Lol nice.

    [–] Mine, digital, 2018 TaterTech 3 points ago in Art

    land mines vs sea mines

    [–] Divers and people who spend a lot of time underwater, what's the creepiest/ most unexplainable thing you've seen while in the depths? TaterTech 12 points ago in AskReddit

    See, comments like this and the fact that the other comment chains tell me our brains passively take in our environment makes my fear of open water even more justified lol. Everyone has a bad feeling, then they see something. Very cool trend though.

    [–] Wheelchair too close to MRI machine TaterTech 31 points ago in Wellthatsucks

    DING! "... JUSTICE... is ready."

    [–] Chinese woman arrested for ‘stomping all over’ sea turtle nest in Miami, police say TaterTech 6 points ago in news

    This goes against my experience and the fact that there are literal countries banning tourists and Chinese gov removing the rights from their own embarrassing ones.