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Old 03-21-2018, 05:42 PM #31
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Cream was a very good band, lots of good tracks.
Like their version of "Crossroads"
Yaaas.

But then Clapton kept making music. I got about ten minutes into Reptile before I vomited through my nose.
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Technology is to blame, digitised action scenes in movies, digital manipulated music vocals, digital music, internet hyping up sheight. Corporate domination over it all yada yada...

I need to blow up my internet and tv ffs for real. It’s messing with my head and it won’t be the first or 3rd time even I’ve done it.

Replace it with a transistor radio,some books, musical instruments, cross words, art supplies, and a workshop I’ll be happy as a pig in shit.

If i need something, info or purchase go to town and tether with wifi..

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Rick and Marty and South Park and always sunny are classics imo
My spun ass has convinced itself the writers of these show get free weekly 10 strips-lol
As for the eternal indica debate, us wannabe creative types are willing to wait 11-16 weeks for the ultra heady shit
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Reality TV killed it, too.
Still drawn to acoustic, 12 string, great percussion, but you don't hear that w/ rap.
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part of it is lifestyle

so many things effect teh receptors that allow us to enjoy the aspects of the plant that effect our mental health and opening doors of perception

I said in the past I can tell many things from what people like to smoke and how they react to certain strains and one simple one is that most people who eat benzos and opiates can't sense certain cerebral aspects of pot especially sativas

I have smoked plenty of potent sativas that did little for benzo and opiate heads who only saw pot as narcotic (makes em tired) or doing nothing
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It sounds like a mixed issue to me.

If you narrow it to "what is hydro indica doing to people", it's maybe a little different than the overall down cycle of civilization. Although both are related to each other.

The first time I got high as a kid, I smoked something and walked home. Can kids even walk home any more? Anyway, the first thing I noticed about "what it's like to be high" was that a cat called my name...so no, I wasn't a zombie staring at a screen.

I would tend to agree with Weird that the folks who can't appreciate a non-narcotic high, probably can't even sense it to begin with.

Musically, for example, I was a fan of Krokus. They were weed heads from the 70s, sure. However, original guitarist Tommy Kiefer was a heroin guy. Despite that, his playing was creative and energetic, nothing that you would associate with serious narcotics. Although it led him to a fast and horrible demise.

It was the record company that paved and emasculated them for "The Blitz", as most companies did with most bands at the time...look, the bass is a background instrument, you've got to take the edge off that guy's voice, and go out wearing spandex pajamas or something. Didn't work out so good.

So I think in almost every case, whenever anything "goes commercial", it waters down to the lowest common denominator. Desire for profit is a fairly ugly enemy of the grassroots, independent underground, and I'd be impressed to find a situation where that does not apply.
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In the early 1970's, the professors in the Stanford Design Division (part of Mechanical engineering, but issues a General Engineering degree) did experiments with LSD and/or similar hallucinogens, to assess the effect on creativity.

Not sure what the results were.

In Silicon Valley, informal tests are done every day on this subject - by thousands of people.

I think, Sativa's are considered more of a morning smoke, and Indica's more of a late afternoon (4:20 PM) smoke.

In a pinch, you can use Mug Root Beer as a stand-in.

Used to "break it up" when I worked at Silicon Valley south. Meet with manufacturing personnel in their cafeteria and discuss Serious Manufacturing issues (like which women employees weren't wearing underwear).
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