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Posted: 7/27/2001 6:02:12 AM EDT
Link Posted: 7/27/2001 9:47:30 AM EDT
outF**KINGstanding.
Link Posted: 7/27/2001 9:56:07 AM EDT
Link Posted: 7/27/2001 10:35:46 AM EDT
Link Posted: 7/27/2001 11:17:02 AM EDT
Alright, I'll put myself up for abuse from you guys....I think the dude is unique. He is who he is and he completely opens himself up. I'm sure he's gotten his share of grief throughout his life, but from his website he seems to be happy with himself. This guy ain't never gonna steal from you or stab you in the back. Hell, he may even accept us and our arsenals. he might even own a belt-fed....OK, now I'm getting carried away. Anyway, call me crazy (and I'm waiting for the first wiseguy to do so) but I dig the guy.
Link Posted: 7/27/2001 11:26:17 AM EDT
Originally Posted By Buddha: Alright, I'll put myself up for abuse from you guys....I think the dude is unique. He is who he is and he completely opens himself up. I'm sure he's gotten his share of grief throughout his life, but from his website he seems to be happy with himself. This guy ain't never gonna steal from you or stab you in the back. Hell, he may even accept us and our arsenals. he might even own a belt-fed....OK, now I'm getting carried away. Anyway, call me crazy (and I'm waiting for the first wiseguy to do so) but I dig the guy.
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I [i]kinda[/i] agree. My qualm is, there's a fine line between knowing and being confident in one's sexuality, and being... [size=6][red]...A GIANT, PRANCING, FLAMING INFERNO OF A HOMOSEXUAL.[/red][/size=6] [brown]Evil Jewbroni~[/brown]
Link Posted: 7/27/2001 11:38:16 AM EDT
HAHA...Well, ok...
Link Posted: 7/27/2001 11:48:47 AM EDT
Go to this site, this guy has gone through alot. [url]http://throughthecracks.org/[/url] Somewhere around maybe 17, I became very interested in LSD, largely due to all the publicity it was getting on TV as a new drug. The TV reports described how it made people see colors and rainbows and put them into a fantasy world for 8 to 10 hours at a time. "Sounds good to me!!!" I thought, and I made it my business to get some. I did a lot of reading about it, and did everything by the book... including having at least one friend in the room that was not using the drug. To those that don't know, LSD is a tremendous mind altering drug. It does indeed cause what I can only describe as all encompassing hallucinations, in which the mind will convert music into the most amazing patterns of light and color. It also puts you (or at least me) into a very childlike state, and if you are not mentally stable or the environment is bad, it can turn into a nightmare experience that we referred to as a bad trip, or "flipping out". LSD is on a certain level anti-addictive. First of all, if you take it less than 12 days apart, it will lose most of its effect. Second, the experience is so profound that most people would not want to use it again anytime soon. For me however, it marked the beginning of a lifestyle of progressively frequent drug use, with LSD and other hallucinogens at the top of my list. As a single parent, my dad was not able to police me as he probably would have otherwise. It was far too easy for me to have people over the house to trip out and get high anytime. I was also a pretty smart kid, so that unlike many of my friends, my schoolwork was not being affected at all by these drugs. In fact, I remember scoring a 94 on my Physics regents exam, which I completed in 1/3 the allotted time, after having used LSD just 2 nights before. But the lines between fantasy and reality were beginning to blur in my life. The effects of LSD lend themselves quite well to spiritual openness and curiosity. Around that time, a band called the Moody Blues became my favorite group. With their great blend of Rock and Orchestral music, and lyrics that always hinted at the greater realities of God, Love, and Hope, I was becoming a very philosophical kid.
Link Posted: 7/27/2001 2:46:49 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Jewbroni:
Originally Posted By Buddha: Alright, I'll put myself up for abuse from you guys....I think the dude is unique.
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I [i]kinda[/i] agree. My qualm is, there's a fine line between knowing and being confident in one's sexuality, and being... [size=6][red]...A GIANT, PRANCING, FLAMING INFERNO OF A HOMOSEXUAL.[/red][/size=6] [brown]Evil Jewbroni~[/brown]
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Well, except for one thing -- he's not a homosexual. If you bother to read his website, he mentions his marriage, that he's looking for "Tinkerbell" (a female fairy), and so on. He likes dressing up in fantasy-oriented clothing (elves, fairies) and historically-oriented clothing ("Little Lord Fauntleroy", "Blue Boy"), but that doesn't make him a homosexual. Between this and the VW New Beetle thread, I'm really starting to wonder about you guys. Congrats to him for winning a Webby -- I've gotta admit, it's a cute site. I still think [url]www.flingthecow.com[/url] is the ultimate, never-to-be-surpassed, web site, though. [:D]
Link Posted: 7/28/2001 6:21:57 AM EDT
Link Posted: 7/28/2001 5:54:21 PM EDT
Originally Posted By 71-Hour Achmed: Well, except for one thing -- he's not a homosexual. If you bother to read his website, he mentions his marriage, that he's looking for "Tinkerbell" (a female fairy), and so on. He likes dressing up in fantasy-oriented clothing (elves, fairies) and historically-oriented clothing ("Little Lord Fauntleroy", "Blue Boy"), but that doesn't make him a homosexual.
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Yes, Yes...I read all that. Geez, bring up those things called "facts" and ya ruin everbody's fun here eh? Fine, yes, be that way [:\]
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