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January 24, 2008

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Hallucinogens are hilarious!

Mike

do they address why my life is a downward spiral always spinning, spinning, spinning out of control i can't stop it!

Ben

Your brain on tic-tac-toe! ha!

maz

You wouldn't be able to scan this entire book would ya? Sounds like pure class.

Librarian Lady

OMG. Amazon has copies for A PENNY. I just got one.

Dr.Psilo

An important lesson that hallucinogens teach us is that our senses and emotions are *always* fallible to some degree. That a small amount of a chemical substance can disrupt those processes can illuminate how those processes work normally. Some find this enjoyable, others don't, and to some this is dangerous. Don't trust your senses (completely), and don't trust the absolute truth that others try to sell you.

seth brundle

Whats funny is that I think that is some of the most honest and accurate depictions of LSD I have ever seen in any educational material.

On the last page it should read "You can have a REALLY bad trip on LSD that will make you never want to do it again - so take mushrooms instead!"

EdibleJesusBears

NON-FOOTIE PANTS!!

Whenever in doubt when you face a new drug, always ask yourself "What would Dr Hunter Thompson do?".

jhon kaan

Don't trust your senses , and don't trust the absolute truth that others try to sell you.

jhon kaan

Don't trust your senses (completely), and don't trust the absolute truth that others try to sell you.

mir

I once wore footie pants while on acid. I had to practically chew my whole leg off to get my toes free.

ccccc

LSD rules!!!!! I guess most of you have not and won't ever take it, but it's just a-m-a-z-i-n-g. trust me

marisa

Ok this has nothing to do with the book but I think I might need to see that silver jacket in flames footage.

t5

Wow, this totally brought a hidden memory out of my mind. I saw this book when I was little and it sparked my initial interest in LSD!

When I was nine years old, I sure wasn't taking LSD.

Nowhere Girl

Anti-drug literature can be very funny, especially when it reaches absurd zone to scare people off drugs. ;) And another funny thing is that it often has the opposite effects, I have known people who were very curious about psychoactives and were swallowing anti-drug leaflets one after another - even a totally negative description is aa good substitute of an actual experience? I have known people who became curious about drugs exactly from reading books which were meant to be scare stories...

Supafly TNT

So funny... Please scan the rest of this book!! Being reminded of Ali G's comments - also hilarious!!... Pure class!!

assssssss

Yo! the book......is very entertaining:)

anu:)

Halla-louyia!! the book is sooooooo cuuuuute and retarded,not to mention in a good way!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:)

Garibaldi

How about the kid in the background throwing a rock at the other one who's cringing trying to avoid a painful hit!

I hope the book covers that situation and explains the violence that comes from not being mellowed out by some good psychedelics.

Or the kid drawing the X who's got his tongue out obviously straining to make his mark. Poor guy needs some help to loosen up his artistic skills.

Georgia

Whats funny is that I think that is some of the most honest and accurate depictions of LSD I have ever seen in any educational material.

FAP Turbo

did more people do acid in the late 60's and 70's or now..and if they did it more back then why is that??

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