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March 16, 2023


Japanese company grows world's heaviest radish

(Thanks to Ralph)


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It's called the Fukushima radish and grows next to the nuclear plant. It is saturated with deuterium, aka, heavy water. As Homer Simpson says it is pronounces "It's nuke-u-lar."

We're going to need about a half a penguin of ranch dressing.

It would have been better if it were something that is edible

I actually preferred one of the sidebar stories:

"Mystery creature from Florida man's security camera footage identified as frog"

When they grow a two-ton kale plant, it's all over.

Reminds me of the guy who went to the library and saw his penis in the Guinness Book of World Records, but then the librarian came by and made him take it out.

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