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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"

(Refresh the screen to enjoy the fractal above)

More about the Sixties Generation and their Acid and Pot Here

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I have made a screensaver similiar to this picture. It's freeware, means free to download, use and share.

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