Saturday’s Sunrise.

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Can you see the Easter Bunny?

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Can you see her now?

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(Photos taken 3/25/2016.)

http://mic.com/articles/138973/why-do-people-paint-eggs-for-easter-the-tradition-is-more-multicultural-than-you-d-think#.8TJu7eGAt

According to the History Channel’s website, painting hard-boiled eggs was originally a Pagan tradition: “The egg, an ancient symbol of new life, has been associated with pagan festivals celebrating spring.”

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-03-25/cage-free-eggs-may-be-golden-goose-for-retail-profits

Consumers usually pay more than twice as much on average for cage-free eggs, $3.42 a dozen, versus conventional eggs, which cost an average $1.31 to $1.45 per dozen, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. But cage-free eggs only cost about 15 cents more to produce than conventional eggs for farmers…

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3 thoughts on “A Visit From The Easter Bunny

    • Well, I know it’s not the bud I’m smoking that’s making me see bunnies, because it’s not that great. Dude told me it was 27% THC, then got mad when I called bullshit. Fucking men. (Except you and Sir Derrick, of course.) šŸ™‚

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