Date: Thu, 18 Jul 1996 07:03:27 +0100
From: Chris Whitehouse <email@example.com>
John/Marcia Acton said:
> We are John and Marcia Acton from Massena, New York, USA...
> ...first grandchild Jessica, born 10 weeks ago...
Hi John & Marcia... that sounds good - Jessica's birth... :)
anthony said (Re: Comments on TWC-L):
> a person doesn't need hallucinations in order to find the new eyes of
Maybe. But if a person wants to find the new eyes of epiphany within the
next 8 hours, their best bet is to try psychedelics - after all that's why
people have been taking them for the last 3000+ years. At least if nothing
happens, most dealers will apologise & with luck you'll get a refund - I
mean, how many other methods of salvation come with a money back guarantee?
Most don't even have a time limit... Some only promise it after yr dead :)
Kevin wrote (Re: Comments on TWC-L):
> Not all use of hallucinogenic drugs is needless.
> Recreational use certainly is.
Entheogens have their own reality, which transform & transcend the reasons
for why they are taken. The wisest shamen can experience the greatest fear,
and the most trivial fool attain supreme enlightenment; either may burst
into tears or fits of giggles... All IMHO of course :)