A Conversation for Camden Market, London, UK

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Post 41

Ackalon

The Hindus regard it as food for the sixth chakra, known to us as the third eye.


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Post 42

Ackalon

But there is a cost to all this - it would be wrong to think there is anything that could produce a permanant high


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Post 43

Ackalon

Spiritual effects wear off as your brain becomes more accustomed


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Post 44

Ackalon

You become very lazy and may suffer a lack of motivation


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Post 45

Ackalon

This often leads to putting things off indefinately


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Post 46

Ackalon

Your grip on reality i.e. the same place as everyone else lives can suffer


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Post 47

Ackalon

Not to mention the expense


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Post 48

Ackalon

and the wracking cough...


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Post 49

Ackalon

personally, after a month or so I get bored with it


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Post 50

Ackalon

and find it refreshing to get back to reality


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Post 51

Ackalon

maybe to try it all again next year..


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Post 52

Ackalon

And dont trust people who stand on street corners


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Post 53

Ackalon

find yourself a reputable dealer


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Post 54

Ackalon

like a dutch coffee shop...


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Post 55

Ackalon

Be my guest, Mr/Mrs Moderator.
smiley - whistle


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Post 56

Mina

Do you want us to send the email again?


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Post 57

Ackalon

No, thanks, that was it really.
Except how being stoned makes unpleasant and boring jobs seem more tolerable, maybe even amusing.
Read a bit easier when it was one posting.

Got it off my chest now..
smiley - zen

P.S. Oh, and the bit about losing your short term memory..


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