Coming up Fungi: Early rains help mus...

Coming up Fungi: Early rains help mushrooms to mushroom

There are 5 comments on the Santa Cruz Sentinel story from Dec 16, 2012, titled Coming up Fungi: Early rains help mushrooms to mushroom. In it, Santa Cruz Sentinel reports that:

The intense early rains and warm winter have brought up a mushroom bouquet, just in time for the North American Mycological Association's annual foray, which runs through Sunday.

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San Ramon, CA

#1 Dec 18, 2012
i have a mushroom factory in my underarms.
Good Riddance

Santa Cruz, CA

#2 Dec 18, 2012
DBS wrote:
i have a mushroom factory in my underarms.
I bet you do, John. Let's share some of your previous words on mushrooms:
"I live in a privately owned Section 8 apartment complex in Santa Cruz, California. The management here ignores potential dangers to the residents like uneven stairs with loose steps, which recently caused a disabled visitor to a tenant to slip and fall.

After the late rains this season, wild mushrooms have been sprouting up all over my apartment complex grounds, worst near the manager's office in an area where children often play. Last Sunday, I documented the potentially poisonous mushrooms with photographs and emailed/faxed them to our HUD project manager and the supervisor who handles out complex at CAHI, the contract administrator.

This is the second week I have seen the grounds maintenance crews come and manicure the complex yet ignore the mushrooms. I cannot contact the management directly because management's attorney has threatened me with eviction for complaining to HUD and the contract manager about Section 8 program violations.

I worry that a child may handle or ingest one of these mushrooms and suffer serious harm. Since I informed HUD and the contract administrator with photographs, should I just sit back and allow the wheels of government to turn or not turn. I felt morally obligated, in the face of retaliation by management's attorney, to inform HUD and the contract administrator to forestall potential poisoning of children in the complex.

What more is there to do, or is there nothing more for me to do?"

Or consider this review of mushrooms as a pizza topping?
"John Colby
3:13 pm on Saturday, June 9, 2012

Pizza My Heart delivery is excellent. Their pizza rarely disappoints me. I love half standard pepperoni, sausage and mushrooms, with the other half being the Veggie Special w/artichoke hearts. I just wish they served really good iced tea for delivery with their pizza instead of just soft drinks.

Their pizza crust is the best of any I have tried. That alone keeps me coming back."

Keep coming back till you choke.

Sunnyvale, CA

#3 Dec 18, 2012
Can grow mushrooms in her stank nether parts. Bleccchh!!!!
Ooooh Jeffie

Sunnyvale, CA

#4 Dec 19, 2012
ColbyLOSER wants you to sit on his face again
Ooooh jeffie 2

United States

#5 Dec 19, 2012
DBS wrote:
i have a mushroom factory in my underarms.
Eat the mushrooms John, please.

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