Drugs are lame

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Tokyo Slim, Mar 15, 2006.

  1. tangerine

    tangerine Senior member

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    If anyone actually does things inside a giant paper mache robot, I would like to read and contribute to a thread about that. I think it sounds very interesting.
     
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    shellshock Forum Mascot

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    i was going to make my friend a paper mache deviled egg costume for halloween once. go arts and crafts!![​IMG]
     
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    If there is to be a moratorium then I'm glad I slipped in ketamine. It's fairly exotic, especially considering that it beat out psilocybin, LSD and MDMA.
     
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    Funny a part of the federal govt is still sticking to that message, given the winner of the past two (or four) elections.
     
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    News headlines from the Olympics, MLB and NFL seem to contradict the FBI message.
     
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    Good point. I bet some people here have used some sort of performance enhancers. But let's not start another thread.
     
  8. Horace

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    why not just start a straightedge band or something

    Wasn't Ian MacAkye (sp?) high on caffiene all the time. Great song though from Minor Threat. I have 2 of their LP's somewhere -- I'm going to drop it on the turntable right now. "Filler" starts off.

    How did "Straight Edge" go?

    (from memory and because everyone's spouting lyrics):

    I'm a person just like you
    but I got better things to do
    than sitting around, fuck my head
    hang out with the living dead.

    Snort white shit up my nose
    something whatever whatever
    I don't need whatever whatever
    because I know I can cope.

    I got the straight edge.

    Minor Threat was such an great band. I also have the original vinyl LP from Red Kross.
     
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    Watching Walter Schreifels from Gorilla Biscuits get drunk, fight with his girlfriend, and run in traffic after making a bunch of ex-punks now clad in Stussy shirts nostalgic with a single acoustic cover of Start Today and a dozen pathetic recent songs was an achingly dissapointing moment in my adolescence.
     
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    [​IMG]
     
  11. faustian bargain

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    sometimes a joint is just a joint.

    i like it the war games...papier-mache is cool too, but they just don't mix.
     
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    sometimes a joint is just a joint. i like it the war games...papier-mache is cool too, but they just don't mix.
    Sometimes coke is just coke. [​IMG] Amanda Lepore: transsexual
     
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    I think I partied with her and Roy Cohn at Studio 54.
     
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    I think I partied with her and Roy Cohn at Studio 54.
    One of my friends, the King of Cyprus was refused entry.

    Rather indecent.
     
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    One of my friends, the King of Cyprus was refused entry.

    Rather indecent.


    That was the problem with America after the 60's. It became all about money; no respect for noble birth. I am told that after the revolution, some of your kinsmen were reduced to the station of maitre d' at the Waldorf. Of course they were the only ones with manners, and I never felt the haute[sp?]-bourgeoise really showed them enough deference.
     

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