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(Some Guy)   Cities of the future could be built from a) concrete, b) carbon, c) mushrooms   ( divider line
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2017-12-27 05:16:19 PM  
Purely for medicinal purposes, of course.
2017-12-27 05:27:57 PM  
It'll work great until the bald wizard and his angry cat turn up.
2017-12-27 05:48:33 PM  
Haven't stoners been doing this for years...all from their mother's basement?
2017-12-27 05:54:42 PM  
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2017-12-27 05:56:59 PM  
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2017-12-27 06:02:26 PM  
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It will be used as space fuel as well.
2017-12-27 06:08:13 PM  
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you out of your smurfin mind?
2017-12-27 06:09:32 PM  
So basically Roger Dean architecture:
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2017-12-27 06:17:54 PM  
Starship inconsolable.  Wait, mushrooms?
2017-12-27 06:34:12 PM  
Mycological Arcologies is the name of my psychadelic Rush cover band.
2017-12-27 06:37:45 PM  
Isn't that basically the mushroom lover's version of Hansel & Gretel...?

/snaps some portabella shingles off the roof and wanders off to saute them
2017-12-27 06:45:05 PM  
Came here to make an Elder Scrolls Televani joke, I see that is covered.
2017-12-27 07:17:12 PM  
d) rock and roll
2017-12-27 07:29:32 PM  

Raktastic: So basically Roger Dean architecture:[ image 540x461][View Full Size image _x_]

2017-12-27 07:30:55 PM  
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2017-12-27 08:07:38 PM  
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The Japanese do NOT concur.
2017-12-27 08:10:49 PM  

BATMANATEE: d) rock and roll

How did that work for detroit?
2017-12-27 08:43:32 PM  
b is still technically correct
2017-12-27 08:48:13 PM  
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2017-12-27 09:14:28 PM  

RJReves: [ image 425x455]

I don't do favoriting, I prefer to do my Farking as vanilla as possible, but you're mentally farkied as "I've Got a Cyanide and Happiness Comic for That." Keep up doing the Lord's good work.
2017-12-27 09:27:03 PM  
sessions is already after sanctuary cities.  might as well add psychedelic cities to the list too.
2017-12-27 11:00:28 PM  
Put down the bong, Paul.
2017-12-27 11:06:23 PM  

chitownmike: BATMANATEE: d) rock and roll

How did that work for detroit?

There isn't much you'd recognize as rock and roll these days.
2017-12-27 11:31:43 PM  
Of course Cities of the Future can be made from Mushrooms, but only Infected ones.

2017-12-28 12:06:04 AM  

Leishu: Of course Cities of the Future can be made from Mushrooms, but only Infected ones.


made my day.  now I depart with artillery.
2017-12-28 08:03:38 AM  

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Came for the Telvanni reference, left satisfied.
2017-12-28 08:46:41 AM  
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2017-12-28 01:05:27 PM  
Neloth isn't about to give up his secrets!
2017-12-28 06:47:12 PM  
In the future, construction workers will know Juffo-Wup.  They will be happier and more fulfilled.
2017-12-28 08:14:03 PM  
They've invented particle board with the glue being the mushroom roots and the wood chips being rotten food or grass clippings.  I'm all for it, because I want to believe mold will then be a feature, not a compromise.
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