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Taking LSD

Discussion in 'Lounge' started by SICK, Jun 17, 2013.

  1. Section126

    Section126 We are better than you. Luxury Box

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    The funniest high I ever saw somebody have was my cousin who was given a "super joint" and never asked what was in it.

    Of course..it was laced with PCP. The dude then freaked the **** out when he was told what was in it, when he was feeling weird. At a park, this guy ran into the bathroom and ripped out the toilet, threw it in a canal, and then started babbling about he "knew" he was gonna die.

    Hilarious.
     
  2. MikeHoncho

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    Saturday night in the Lucky house hold.

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  3. ToddPhin

    ToddPhin RIP Phinsational Luxury Box Club Member

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    :unsure: Perhaps rather than criticizing something you have absolutely zero understanding of you should maybe be more appreciate of ALLLLL the advancements, discoveries, and amazing creations that you and the rest of society benefit from thanks to LSD or other drugs. But hey, who needs stuff like the discovery of DNA and the creation of the double helix am I right.

    let's just rattle off a quick list of notables shall we:

    • Kary Mullis- Nobel Prize in chemistry. Developed polymerase chain reaction. PCR is a biomedical lab technique that enables researchers to produce millions of copies of a single DNA sequence in just a couple hours. Applications include DNA cloning, gene analysis, diagnosis of hereditary disease, genetic fingerprint identification (forensic science & paternity testing), detection/diagnosis of infectious disease. Mullis said his "mind opening" experimentation with LSD was "much more important than any course he ever took", and when asked if he would've ever developed PCR w/o taking LSD he responded "I doubt it. I seriously doubt it". Mullis further said, "I think I might have been stupid in some respects, it if weren't for my psychedelic experiences."
    • Richard Feynman- intellectual who revolutionized modern physics.
    • Steve Jobbs- said "LSD was one of two or three most important things he had done in his life".
    • Bill Gates
    • Larry Page & Sergey Brin- founders of Google.
    • Ralph Abraham- Professor of Math at UC Santa Cruz '68. The acknowledged leader in the emerging field of dynamical systems theory, also called chaos math. What Abraham had to say about LSD: "In the 1960s a lot of people on the frontiers of math experimented with psychedelic substances. There was a brief and extremely creative kiss between the community of hippies and top mathematicians. I know this because I was a purveyor of psychedelics to the mathematical community."
      "To be creative in mathematics," continued Abraham, "you have to start from a point of total oblivion. Basically, math is revealed in a totally unconscious process in which one is completely ignorant of the social climate. And mathematical advance has always been the motor behind the advancement of consciousness."
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    • Kevin Herbert- ex Cisco Systems Programmer/software designer. Developed software that runs millions of routers worldwide. What the elderly Herbert had to say on LSD use: "From my personal experience, psychedelics have helped me to get past some of my most challenging problems. Overall, I feel like it’s affected the development of my ideas about what our responsibility is to society for the kinds of technologies that we develop. I think that it also has given me insight into how to create technology. So, extrapolating from there, I think that many technical people have been exposed to LSD—although, it’s hard to say just how many people. This is because engineers working in corporate situations don’t want to get into trouble." "Psychedelics are especially helpful with the development of new computer technologies because recent developments have shifted toward more open technology, and an increased reliance upon software, as opposed to reliance on machines and mechanisms. I think the fact that everything in the world has become more and more flexible, and more programmable, is a result of people taking LSD at early times in their life, like in high school or college. It changes one’s vision of the kinds of technology that one can build. It encourages a departure from things being rigid and imposing."
    • Andrew Weil- Harvard Med grad; one of world's most renown naturopaths. A mushroom was named in his honor- Psilocybe Weilii.
    • John C Lilly- neuroscientist; pioneer in electronic brain stimulation. first person to map pain and pleasure pathways in the brain; founded an entire branch of science exploring interspecies communication between humans, dolphins, and whales; invented the world's first sensory deprivation chamber.
    • Huston Smith- world renown religious scholar and one of pioneers of interfaith understanding.
    • William James- "Father of American Psychology" and one of most influential philosophers in U.S. history.


    • Paul Erdos- one of greatest mathematicians of all time; owes much of his advancements to taking amphetamines.
    • Carl Sagan- astrophysicist, cosmologist. Said marijuana enhanced his intellectual pursuits.
    • Sigmund Freud- cocaine was responsible for his invention of psychoanalysis
     
  4. bluegrassbubba

    bluegrassbubba Season Ticket Holder

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    I will give my two cents worth, of course my trips were all in the 80s if that matters. Names like, Pink Dove, Blue Dolphin and my favorite was Mr. Bill, were ones that I remember doing. I guess I got lucky no bad trips. I perferred shrooms, had a lot of fun doing them.
     
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  5. MikeHoncho

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    Please do it.

    Also, as it kicks in, please watch this video, and tell me how your trip went...
    [video=youtube_share;0AckvdGbk4w]http://youtu.be/0AckvdGbk4w[/video]
     
  6. Fin D

    Fin D Sigh

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    If you tell me they weren't Japanese then I'm skeptical.
     
  7. MikeHoncho

    MikeHoncho -=| Censored |=- Club Member

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    Nope, it's these same guys from Mighty Boosh
    [video=youtube_share;9IjGNJPNyzU]http://youtu.be/9IjGNJPNyzU[/video]
     
  8. invid

    invid Season Ticket Holder Club Member

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    Don't know if anyone lives in the northeast but if you do, be careful, a bunch of perfectly healthy kids up and down the coast are dying because of complications from taking what is suspected to be a bad batch of Molly. Some perfectly healthy girl at UVA, who had a bright future, died.

    Now you know.
     
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  9. cdz12250

    cdz12250 Season Ticket Holder Club Member

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    Personal tragedies like this, unfortunately, don't deter others. In the late 60s we had the example of Art Linkletter's daughter Diane, who supposedly jumped out from a seventh floor window because she was tripping. The coroner's toxicologist found no drugs in her system and her death was eventually ruled a suicide, but Linkletter went national with the LSD version. Didn't do much, because everyone figured it wouldn't happen to them. They controlled the dose, they never tripped alone, they had straight minders, blah, blah, blah.

    One of the biggest dangers of tripping is that you don't know what's in what you're taking.
     
  10. ToddPhin

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    WTF does MDMA [Molly] have to do with LSD? :001_rolleyes:
     
  11. WhiteIbanez

    WhiteIbanez Megamediocremaniacal

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    Those damn orange barrels in 1981 still haunt me.

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  12. Bumrush

    Bumrush Stable Genius Club Member

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    I tried LSD 4 times back in my early 20's. It was an amazing experience every time. Not only did it reveal inner glimpses in to my personality, but it was a deeply spiritual and exhilirating experience. Not even a hint of a bad trip, except for the end when after 12 hours I started wondering if my mind would ever recover.

    Let me second a few earlier points.

    Sex is AMAZING on it. Me and my GF at the time had a ****fest that lasted for hours.. The pleasure was so intense that laughter was the only thing you could do.
    Looking at myself in the mirror was the biggest trip. I literally saw my face morph in to 20 characters and animals until all I saw was a pure black, kind of evil face with a grin.. Showed me a glimpse to the animalistic side of my personality.
    Music was amazing. I was lying in bed listening to Hendrix and suddenly all the words started to morph into a beautiful melody.

    I also think your general disposition is important. I'm very easy going, don't stew over things, don't hold much anger and generally see the positive sides of most things. I think bad trips are more of a reflection of internal issues being forced to the surface that are exposed by the LSD. Just my opinion based on my own experience, but then again it may be an incorrect assumption to hold.

    I would never do acid again, but the few times I did it were very memorable.

    Now that you have a family and responsibility with the 2 kids, I would recommend that your kids take priority over your desire to experience it. Life isn't about your self gratification anymore. Even if taking acid presents a 1/1000th risk to you, it is not worth it since you have 2 dependants and a family to raise. Just my opinion.
     
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