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Ask somebody tripping on acid
#21
RE: Ask somebody tripping on acid
When making tacos, do you mix the taco sauce with the meat or do you have them separately?
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#22
RE: Ask somebody tripping on acid
(19th November 2016, 14:37)RozKek Wrote: When making tacos, do you mix the taco sauce with the meat or do you have them separately?

Here's something CRAZY... I don't really like tacos at all! I know. I know.
"When life begins, we are tender and weak.
When life ends, we are stiff and rigid.
All things, including the grass and the trees,
Are soft and pliable in life, dry and brittle in death.
So the soft and supple are the companions of life,
Whilst the stiff and unyielding are the companions of death.
An army that cannot yield will be defeated.
A tree that cannot bend will crack in the wind.
Thus, by nature's own decree,
The hard and strong are defeated,
Whilst the soft and gentle are triumphant."
                                                           
                                                           -Lao-tzu


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#23
RE: Ask somebody tripping on acid
BTW folks, here's what I'm listening to

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XNecm6tRF74

If you also listen to it, we can be in sync
"When life begins, we are tender and weak.
When life ends, we are stiff and rigid.
All things, including the grass and the trees,
Are soft and pliable in life, dry and brittle in death.
So the soft and supple are the companions of life,
Whilst the stiff and unyielding are the companions of death.
An army that cannot yield will be defeated.
A tree that cannot bend will crack in the wind.
Thus, by nature's own decree,
The hard and strong are defeated,
Whilst the soft and gentle are triumphant."
                                                           
                                                           -Lao-tzu


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#24
RE: Ask somebody tripping on acid
(19th November 2016, 14:12)Faith No More Wrote: What does purple taste like?

Grape. But I think the more important question is, what does grape taste like?
"When life begins, we are tender and weak.
When life ends, we are stiff and rigid.
All things, including the grass and the trees,
Are soft and pliable in life, dry and brittle in death.
So the soft and supple are the companions of life,
Whilst the stiff and unyielding are the companions of death.
An army that cannot yield will be defeated.
A tree that cannot bend will crack in the wind.
Thus, by nature's own decree,
The hard and strong are defeated,
Whilst the soft and gentle are triumphant."
                                                           
                                                           -Lao-tzu


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#25
RE: Ask somebody tripping on acid
What if like, the entire universe as we know it, is like, a single atom, on like the kneecap of some dude in like, another universe...and so on and so on? Ya know? 
That would be like, crazy...right? Right? Wow!

So, there could be some tiny, tiny, dude, on your kneecap right now, who's all like..."What the fuck, man?". Big Grin
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#26
RE: Ask somebody tripping on acid
Do you like little fluffy clouds?



Even if the open windows of science at first make us shiver after the cozy indoor warmth of traditional humanizing myths, in the end the fresh air brings vigor, and the great spaces have a splendor of their own - Bertrand Russell
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#27
RE: Ask somebody tripping on acid
For when you're in the visual state, do you find you can see what's actually there more clearly? That was always my experience.
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#28
RE: Ask somebody tripping on acid
(19th November 2016, 14:34)Mathilda Wrote: Can you explain this?

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If the crack in her 'belly' is hairy enough she might be to Vorlon's liking.
(16th February 2017, 18:16)TheOther JoeFish Wrote: So what you're saying is that I can harass all of the members I want for the next 168 hours, as long as I do so in my signature?
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#29
RE: Ask somebody tripping on acid
Nope

not a chance
If any email controversy impacted the election, it wasn't Russian hacking of the DNC and  John Podesta's email, it was Hillary Clinton's decision to have her own email server and the subsequent FBI investigation which raised all the same  questions  Hillary Clinton has justifiably faced for decades about her trustworthiness and honesty.


















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#30
RE: Ask somebody tripping on acid
(19th November 2016, 14:54)vorlon13 Wrote: Nope

not a chance


Finally!  Did you throw up in your mouth a little?  If so we may be halfway even.
(16th February 2017, 18:16)TheOther JoeFish Wrote: So what you're saying is that I can harass all of the members I want for the next 168 hours, as long as I do so in my signature?
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