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April 30, 2008



Not sure if anyone knows, but a song by the band Tool called Lost Keys (Blame Hofmann)is in reference to Albert. Lost Keys (Blame Hofmann) goes into a song called Rosetta Stoned, also by Tool which is pretty much about a guy having a bad lsd trip at Area51. Awesome song...if you don't have it get it.

Vic Rattler

Damn hippie...

Sketchbook by chris

Okay, you kow just a little too much about death pools...

But that info about the Dr. was quite interesting.

brother john

I'd like to ask the people using LSD to overcome the psychological problems induced by 'materialism, alienation from nature through industrialization and increasing urbanization, lack of satisfaction in professional employment in a mechanized, lifeless working world, ennui and purposelessness in wealthy, saturated society, and lack of a religious, nurturing, and meaningful philosophical foundation of life.' --- How's that working for you?

Edmund F

I love it when you can actually taste colors. It's rad.


I find it very interesting that most people blame the hippies for the proliferation of LSD. In fact the main champion was a Harvard Professor. Also, Ken Kesey, another proponate and activist was introduced to it by the Government. Of course Kesey and his merry pranksters were instumental in the birth of the hippie scene, but it was gobbled up by the media that definately had everything to do with the "fad" aspect and as the media will, focus on the more sensational aspects of it all. Like the grunge scene and any other group that gets co-opted by the commercial machine. Try reading Tom Wolfe's "Electric Kool-aid acid test" for an insiders view of the times from the inside- at the time.


I’ve used LSD quite a few times and noticed no noticeable side affects or blue fish eating the eyes of the proletariat underbelly pig snot – Wednesday of course…have a nice San Francisco treat….time to fly


Hey Bean,

Gene Gene the Dancing Machine is #107 in the death pool.

Vic Rattler

Is Gene Gene the Dancing Machine worth less points since his legs have already joined the hereafter? Is he pro-rated?

I submit that he should be.

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