Date: Mon, 29 Jul 1996 21:40:57 -0700
From: Anexia <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Shrunken heads and The New York Times
Tony Halmarack wrote:
> In message <email@example.com> Anexia wrote:
> > I wonder if there're any people here who understand the legal side to
> >getting a bill on the ballot (I'm sure the specifics are different
> >from country to country.
> I'm sure we're going to get lots of expert political and legal
> advice soon. Can't you just feel it coming?
I just hope it's not the FBI warning us to stop this
treasonous, subversive activity.
> > I've done psilocybin + sitar music + candles and lava lamp before.
> >Very nice and peaceful (for me at least) :)
> Sounds good to me. Do you think you could guide others along that
> nice and peaceful path?
I hope so. I really like the idea of MDMA (who's was it?) being
used as a prep to the hallucinogenic experience. Anybody have
any definitive info on whether or not a beta-blocker would
counteract the sympathomimetic effects of MDMA without inhibiting
> > Hmmm...I wonder how one could find such people without having to
> >dangerously advertise.
> Can you please explain *dangerously* advertise. It's not that I
> want to be pedantic, it's just that the sooner this is
> clarified, the sooner we can get on with the practicalities.
Well, if we put an add in The New York Times saing that we're gonna
give acid to some dying people, and that we need a shaman to call
us up at such-and-such number, we might be getting a call from
the police instead.
> Couldn't we just offer the chap a bag of shrunken heads?
You can have the shrinking honors, Tony. I hate dishpan hands.
-- "Nothing is true, all is permitted," Hassan i Sabbah Old Man of The Mountain