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  1. killallposers

    killallposers VIP Extreme Gold

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    using the term psychedelic in rock music. he said he recorded psychedelic bee when he was 11, that would 1965. the term had yet to be connected with rock music. thought to first have been done with the release of 1966's the psychedelic sounds of the 13th floor elevators and not gaining a wider usage until '67/68. so what's going on here? howard had to have recorded these songs in high school. maybe he didn't want us to know he still had a voice like a girl in HS.
     
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    He invented the number zero, as in 0.0
     
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    He invented: NOTHING.......................
     
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    i know he didn't invent anything. i'm just wondering what the particular lie is here.
     
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    There All Lies . . . :secret:
     
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    He invented...saying that he invented things.
     
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    One of the first uses of the word in the music scene of this time was in the 1964 recording of "Hesitation Blues" by folk group the Holy Modal Rounders.[SUP][14][/SUP] The term was introduced to rock music and popularized by the 13th Floor Elevators 1966 album The Psychedelic Sounds of the 13th Floor Elevators.[SUP][14][/SUP] Psychedelia truly took off in 1967 with the Summer of Love and, although associated with San Francisco, the style soon spread across theUS, and worldwide.[SUP][15][/SUP]
     
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    The word “psychedelic” was coined by the psychiatrist Humphry Osmond in 1956, during a correspondence with the novelist Aldous Huxley.[1] He chose this new term because it was uncontaminated with previous associations, unlike the existing terms used to describe these drugs: “hallucinogenic” or “psychotomimetic”, and because these terms emphasise certain aspects of the experience. Psychedelic is derived from the Greek, meaning literally “mind-manifesting”, and the most useful definition of the term comes from Grinspoon and Bakalar: “a psychedelic drug is one which, without causing physical addiction, craving, major physiological disturbances, delirium, disorientation, or amnesia, more or less reliably produces thought, mood, and perceptual changes otherwise rarely experienced except in dreams, contemplative and religious exaltation, flashes of vivid involuntary memory and acute psychoses”.[2] This definition thus excludes drugs like opium, amphetamines, cocaine etc., all of which can produce psychedelic like states, but not as their primary effects. My study will also not discuss THC, the main active ingredient in cannabis plants, for two main reasons: (1) It is generally not considered to be in the same class as the other “true” psychedelics[3], although it does produce some psychedelic effects at high levels, as it has different qualitative effects. (2) The literature on the chemistry, pharmacology, historical use and medical applications is so huge as to be almost as big as the rest of the other psychedelics together.
     
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    Perfect for the long holiday weekend. :happyhappy:


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    He invented using cum for wig glue. making him the grossest man in America.
     
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    :lol:
     
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    Stern re-write denied!
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    [video=youtube;gyQ6K4eTDUc]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gyQ6K4eTDUc[/video]
     
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    inventing...there it's done