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"Highly Secure"? Security Guards at US Nuclear Weapons Base Used LSD

The Mind Unleashed

By Jake Johnson / Creative Commons / Common Dreams

There are a lot of safe and responsible places people have found over the years to ingest hallucinogens in order to experience their pleasures and explore the challenges their potent properties can present, but it’s a judgement statement to declare that a U.S. 286 more words


My most prized posession

I thought I had lost this newspaper clipping, I’d been looking since moving house – but it finally turned up, stuck between some post cards. I love it so much! 150 more words


Saturday Matinee - Tommy COOper, CockatOOs, TerryTOOns & Brenton WOOd

Old trick, but it’s a good ‘un. I had one that was similar – the bottles flipped from right side up to upside down using the same basic gaffe ( 193 more words


“If It’s Not The Light One, It’s Not The Right One": Connecticut Man Acquitted After Exposing Himself In Court

Connecticut was the scene of a bizarre physical demonstration in a criminal case where Desmond James, 26, was accused three counts of sexual assault.  Since his accuser said that the rapist was a black man whose member was lighter than the rest of his skin, James elected to expose himself to the jury to show that he was not the man despite being picked out in a lineup by the victim.  127 more words


Florida Man Accused Of Series Of Crimes While Wearing Ankle Bracelet

If found guilty Benjamin Langkamp Jr., 18, is likely to be long-remembered not for the thirteen cars that he allegedly broke into over the course of a week, but the fact that he carried out the crimes while… 62 more words


The Kalaloch Tree of Life appears to defy the laws of gravity

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Along the beach located near Kalaloch Lodge in Olympic National Park, Washington, thrives a tree with its root system exposed to the coastal elements. 93 more words


"They Are Almost All Legal Clients": The Curious Defense of Squire Patton Boggs Over The Cohen Contract

A new article out in Politico explores the disastrous decision of Squire Patton Boggs to bring in Michael Cohen in a blatant scheme to sell access to the President.   433 more words