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Re: How is Rock Art aged?
Dec 17, 2012, 21:34
thesweetcheat wrote:
Several of my friends did, I'm not sure they got much profound insight out of it, to be honest, although you'd have to ask them. It doesn't appeal to me. I rarely even drink these days, I prefer a clear head for the hills.


People mess around with a few 100 mushrooms and it confuses them, we do a few 1000 and it's a different ball game, it's mad because the one person out of you and your friends that would have got something from it is the one who didn't - you, where did that really get you? what is wrong with experience? you can't do it more than i have, and i'm in perfect health [take a look at my picture on the portal- do i look mad?].
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