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March 30, 2004

Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out on a Tuesday

Lotus_flower Slide Show from Dr. Albert Hofmann's 98th Birthday Party . (Found at Bruce Eisner)

Top Twenty Drug Using Cartoon Suspects, from Shaggy to Speedy Gonzales

Lennon's Song "Help!" - The Real First LSD-Oriented Beatles Song

In Search of the Magic Plant "Ska Maria Pastora" in the Mazatec Country. (From “My Problem Child”)

Stand up philosopher, Timothy Leary’s death

David E. Nichols, Ph.D. - A Scientist Reflects on the Discovery and Future of LSD

(Unrelated): "Bad spellers of the world... Untie"

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More about the Sixties Generation and their Acid and Pot Here

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I've thought of "Help" being an LSD influenced. I'm reading the article but still have to think about it. English is not my native so I might not see some subtle things but the lyrics seems very universal anyway. But I've remember Hendrix and "Purple Haze" (...all in my brains) so I guess the word "haze" might be a word used for LSD?

Posted by: SLC Outsourcing at Feb 20, 2007 6:08:41 AM