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#61 mycobri

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Posted 01 June 2007 - 09:49 PM

on brewing cakes:

takes about 4-5 cakes to get a decent buzz,
a horrible waste with a horrible taste.
but if you are determined to try it
crumble cakes well and soak in
acidic fruit juice like cranberry or grapefruit
a day in the fridge
strain/filter and enjoy!
puking is common.
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#62 Syndeerome

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Posted 07 June 2007 - 04:02 PM

I can't find the post anymore, though it is well over 3 years old now.

"I think we've all lived and died many times"

And...

Play this game by your own rules/code. At the bottom line, it's just you, alone. Everything else just stage props. Make your moment in the spotlight in the drama of life be about you. Do your own thing
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#63 Syndeerome

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Posted 07 June 2007 - 04:04 PM

I certainly have a lot more now though.

When you can't grasp the words necessary to describe a person's use of language, you have something beautiful.

A book would easily be a reality, with a little creative design.

If you wanted that anyway! :eusa_sile

#64 ride-like-hell

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Posted 08 June 2007 - 12:46 AM

i got in trouble with the hip once, he said "so why all the damn egg posts?" ha ha

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Posted 12 July 2007 - 05:46 PM

i really love the one rev quoted on surrender.
i remember actually getting a rush when i first read that.
here's another recent favorite:

Stronger Doses...More Frequently

that's my advice.


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#66 Hippie3

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Posted 16 July 2007 - 11:40 AM

that's why we are here, though.
this is no elitist club,
we do work,
and we don't discriminate against
newbies.
in fact,
i like newbies best.
pros are far too often
very opinionated,
with inflated egos.
i've tossed many such
out on their arses
for being nasty to newbies.
newbies are the lifeblood of our community,
when they stop coming
it's over.



#67 Mermaidia

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Posted 16 July 2007 - 12:03 PM

amen to that!:bow:

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Posted 16 July 2007 - 02:03 PM

then i suppose
while it lasts
i'm blessed to be a newb around here :eusa_ange
although there are some who aspire to
"beginner's mind"...

great quote you turned up :)

#69 Hippie3

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Posted 16 July 2007 - 03:56 PM

bottom line
if the FBI has set up a 'roving tap' on YOU
then you are already fucked,
they are just gathering the loose ends.
don't become a target and this is not a problem.
low profile , my friend-
it's a way of life.
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#70 Foster

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Posted 16 July 2007 - 10:56 PM

This just cracked me me up. In reply to " Whats your fav GD lyric? "

Hip says " Thank you, and good night "

That may not be exact, but I'm still laughin just thinking about it.:eusa_clap

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Posted 25 July 2007 - 06:52 PM

there's some good strong stuff in this old thread:
http://mycotopia.net...sand-words.html

these two really resonated with me:

there is another alternative
in between
personally trying to fix all the world's ills
and being utterly hopeless-
it's called faith.
trusting that a power and wisdom
far greater than ours
has the situation in hand
and a plan that ultimately
leads to a better world.



once it really sinks in that
all you are
is energy
dancing in timespace-
worrying
becomes less important
than living the dance
for all it's worth.



#72 Hippie3

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Posted 27 July 2007 - 06:53 AM

good picks, thx
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#73 the jesus

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Posted 09 August 2007 - 09:47 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Hippie3 Posted Image

a fat wallet means i can let the fone ring
while i chase a nekkid lady friend around the pool.
i'm not the guy
out of weed.
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#74 joecoolatc

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Posted 09 August 2007 - 10:37 PM

without a doubt my fav

i ate about 14 dry grams [1/2 ounce] of the shrooms
and also injested about 3 grams of the hash
[ate it too.]
i had this old audio cassette tape of some hindu chants
and another cassette called 'planet drum'
by mickey hart.
i set up my double tape deck to play one after the other and then repeat,
so the music would last all night.
i turned on some mood lighting,
lit some incense
turned off the phone,
bared the doors, closed the curtains
and laid down on my couch,
just listening to the chants and the drums.
at some point in time
my soul left my body and began to travel thru
time and space,
there was an 'angellic' [for lack of a better word] being
that acted as my 'guide',
and it showed me many things
and revealed many secret truths to me.
much of what i learned
the 'angel' told me to never reveal,
and told me no one would believe me anyway,
that i'd only hurt myself if i tried to tell.
so it locked away a large portion of my memory from my conscious access
to protect me.
but i still remember many things
that it said were ok to talk about
although still no one would believe me.
it showed me the entire history of the human race,
it took me back to when life began as some slime on a rock,
and for a million years i lived the life of that slimy rock.
then it began to take me thru a series of incarnations
as various lifeforms as life evolved.
to borrow a phrase,
it showed me a brief history of time.
i saw all my ancestors stretched out like a railroad into the past,
and i saw their abject misery
and heard the cries of a billion lost souls who had suffered in life.
it showed me that we were living in slavery,
but one day we would be free.
as time continued to unfold before my eyes
it began showing me the future,
my own personal destiny as well as that of the universe itself.
i discovered that before i was even born
the things that would eventually kill me
had already been set in motion,
that my death had always been part of my destiny
and there was nothing to fear.
i saw that life and the universe as we know it is an illusion,
just patterns of energy dancing before the eye of god.
i saw that the purpose of the universe
was to become The Greatest Story Ever Told
that life was drama
and we are actors playing a part,
with each of us having our unique thing to do.
i saw that some people play bit parts,
making a brief appearance and die young
or remain a part of the faceless masses,
the audience that watches this drama
being acted out across the time-space matrix.
i saw that some people had leading roles,
and i saw that each of us
got to take turns
playing out each and every role over time,
re-living life in the same vessel so that
each of us knew what it felt like to be a king,
a beggarman, a thief, a cripple, a woman, a child, good, evil, wise, foolish,
a proud father, a grieving mother, a widow, a slave, etc.
we played each role so we could understand that part of the drama fully.
so we could see for ourselves what was right
and what was wrong,
life was an education,
it teaches us.
the bibles have it all wrong,
god doesn't make up rules
and shove them down our throats,
he lets each of us live and learn
so we can discover why
it is better to be good than to be evil,
why one should not murder,
why one should not chase after false gods, etc.
i saw that some religions had come close to the truth
but not one was really right,
the truth was much greater than they thought-
for we are actually what they claim jesus was,
we are god become flesh,
a splinter of the universal conciousness
that will soon return from whence it came,
to be reunited as one but yet many.
i could not stand to look directly into the light that surrounded god,
it was far too bright
but i saw from a distance what looked like a halo
around a star
but as i got closer i realized that
the halo was actually billions of 'angels' dancing
around the light of god
and they were singing to him
their love and admiration.
and i could see the world
and its' problems
and so could the 'angels'.
and i saw angel after angel coming before god
and pleading for him to send them back
so they could help the people of the world.
even though they knew that to become flesh
was to endure agony and death
but their love was so great
that they leaped at the chance
to suffer for others.
and so they threw themselves into the world
and became flesh,
entering the world as a baby
to help work out
the plan of god here.
i saw pure love,
it radiated from god like
sunshine,
i could feel its' soothing warmth
and knew then how utterly safe i was.
and then my guide told me that
i had to go back,
just as i saw the angels doing,
and that i had some work to do.
that god would always be at my side.
and so
i came back
and here i am.



#75 Hippie3

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Posted 10 August 2007 - 05:01 PM

the only piss test you'll get from me
is a taste test.
don't be such a fucking nazi wannabe man.
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Posted 10 August 2007 - 05:18 PM

This just cracked me me up. In reply to " Whats your fav GD lyric? "

Hip says " Thank you, and good night "


That may not be exact, but I'm still laughin just thinking about it.:eusa_clap

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Ahahaha! Zing! Ouch! That's funny :lol:

#77 apokalypse

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Posted 10 August 2007 - 09:42 PM

My quote is as follows:

Regular User: "Hey, does anyone have <insert keyword such as "recipe", or "information on <subject>">"

Hippie3: <insert description of subject with witty yet well thought commentary about it's impact on Hippie3>

#78 Hippie3

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Posted 11 August 2007 - 06:04 AM

just keeping it real mon
:rasta:

#79 apokalypse

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Posted 11 August 2007 - 04:01 PM

HA I misread it as you saying 'keep it real mon', damn rum ;)

So I dug up this one

when i lived in texas
after we shoot first
there's no one left alive to question.
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#80 ramb

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Posted 12 August 2007 - 09:37 AM

I was digging around and found these sage words...

a human being can never be an alien on his own planet.


just doesn't make sense
to work harder and get less.


Ramb




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