29
Nov
2018

Montana Man Takes Acid, Watches The View

Posted by Bob Sayther

The push for legal Psilocybin for medical purposes has hit an all time high. Mushrooms have been known to treat addiction, PTSD, anxiety, seizures, and a myriad of other disorders. Not limited to just mushrooms, LSD has been used effectively in micro-dosing to help pain management and overall well-being.

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27
Nov
2018

Time Travel Evidence in Missoula, MT

Posted by Bob Sayther
Bugatti in old Missoula Photo

As the reconstruction of the Missoula Mercantile has neared completion, workers from the demolition team have come to light with photos found in the depths of the old basement.

Missoula's history is ridden with secret tunnels and links to the current opioid epidemic. None of this comes close to being as incredible as the image that was found in an Owl Cigar box inside the basement of the Missoula Mercantile.

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14
Nov
2018

California Wildfires Face Biggest Problem

Posted by Bob Sayther
California Wildfire
Nestle Water

The fires in California have grown exponentially and destroyed entire cities in the past week. Coming in short of Federal funding, the firefighters are losing an uphill battle against the raging inferno. Money isn't the biggest obstacle preventing the fires from being extinguished; Verizon has openly admitted to throttling the WiFi Hotspots used by fire crews on the site. That's nothing compared to the hurdle thrown in front of the crews today.

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12
Nov
2018

First Wind Energized Oil Rig Put In Production In Wyoming

Posted by Peter Christofferson

First Wind Powered Rig Hits Wyoming Oilfields

In an effort to keep fossil fuel consumption down Naibors engineered an oil rig that uses wind power to energize their drilling while drilling for oil instead of burning common fossil fuels such as diesel, gas and propane. The new rig cuts the usage of fuels and leaves a clean footprint for the environment while continuing to supply the world with more fossil fuels. 

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Chronic waisting disease has hit Colorado hard and bluntly, but farmers are fighting back to protect their most prized new crop, marijuana. Locals gave the name “Chronic wasting disease” after deer kept intruding into their crops and eating the buds off of their crops, costing them $100,000’s of thousands of dollars in damage. The cure? Giant electric fences that will serve up a very uncomfortable shock, making the deer second guess it’s journey for enlightenment. 

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Some say that it is beneath someone that holds such high honor as “Woman” of the Year to dress up for Halloween, but we found it inspiring.

 

“I think it is great to dream of Olympic stardom when you live in times as bleak as these” said Marcia Makepeace, former town council member in Denver Planet’s home town of Globeville. “We would have preferred a more inclusive, yet less Culturally misappropriated costume.  Like dressing up as a tomato”

 

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