Somerville City Council unanimously passed a resolution to de-prioritize enforcing laws against adults using magic mushrooms, iboga, and more.
While the resolution makes enforcing psychedelic use among adults a low priority, it does not call for the commercial sale of psychedelics. It also does not authorize possession or distribution near schools, nor driving while under the influence. Additionally, any city-wide decriminalization law would ultimately be superseded by state and federal rules regarding psychedelics.From https://www.rollingstone.com/culture/culture-news/somerville-massachusetts-psychedelics-magic-mushrooms-decriminalize-1115198/
The Somerville resolution is the latest in a growing movement to decriminalize psychedelics around the country. Last November, Oregon voted to decimalize all drugs, while Washington, D.C. voted to decriminalize psychedelic mushrooms. Denver became the first U.S. city decriminalize psychedelic mushrooms in 2019, while Oakland followed soon after. Santa Cruz, California and Ann Arbor, Michigan both decriminalized psychedelic mushrooms last year as well.https://www.rollingstone.com/culture/culture-news/somerville-massachusetts-psychedelics-magic-mushrooms-decriminalize-1115198/
I like mine with pickles and black pepper on top.
Jimmy opted for tomatos
McCarthy went egg and tuna salad mixed and bunless with onions, hots and pickles on top.
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I thought about watching this on Netflix the other night, but wasn’t sure. Have any of you seen it? I’m all in for a good sea shanty.
Yesterday was a little dreary but brightened up considerably for me when I spotted an eagle on Rocky Neck! Sitting high in a tree, the crows were raising a ruckus which drew my attention. As I was repositioning for a better shot, the eagle took off over the harbor only to be harassed by seagulls in flight. As I waited and hoped for a repeat performance, a woman came out of the Paint Factory to let me know there was a large bird she thought might be an eagle resting out on Ten Pound Island. Sure enough, there was an eagle out there again accompanied by crows. They are majestic but seem to draw a lot of pesky attention! I checked a little while later from Oakes Cove Beach and there was still an eagle resting there; having some alone time finally.
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