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Trip Report

Hours after my latest spiritual epiphany the universe inside my bedroom is buzzing uncomfortably. I can feel every atom in the room, I can feel the dryness of my mouth, I can feel the ache for sleep that won’t come until after the sun rises. 1,318 more words

Alan Watts

Terence McKenna Archives - Random Item #39 - Tripping But Not Falling (New York Times Profile, 1993)

Today’s random item from the archives is a profile of Terence McKenna, called ‘Tripping, but Not Falling’, that appeared in The New York Times in its issue of May 2, 1993 and was written by Trip Gabriel who had spent some time talking with Terence near his home in Occidental, California. 963 more words

Millbrook, New York

First timer?  In this formerly once-a-day blog (and now pretty much a once-every-four-or-five days blog), I use an app that provides a random latitude and longitude that puts me somewhere in the continental United States (the lower 48).  1,210 more words

We are dealing with the best-educated generation in history. But they’ve got a brain dressed up with nowhere to go.
—Timothy Leary

Pause And Refresh

Fatal Skies (1990)

Plot: A group of hip teens are high above the ground, about to have some skydiving thrills and chase that adrenaline rush, but below, a crew of rednecks are trying to dispose of some toxic waste. 602 more words

Living In A Post-Reality World

I am finding more and more that when referring to Reality I add a lower-case “r” and quotation marks: “reality.”

As in: Reality Tunnels, a term invented by psychologist… 567 more words


The Blood Feud That Launched the War on Drugs - POLITICO Magazine

Can’t help but giggle at the visual of Art Linkletter, in his little Orville Redenbacher bow tie, blowing a gasket in Nixon’s office. Just picturing his facing going purple, screaming out the names of various drugs, and his misinformation about them. 99 more words

Geo-politics, Socio-economics