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Albert Hofmann

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Creata of LSD? The drug or what?

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Anyone care to venture some other well known LSDs apart from the drug? Long Stocking Drawer or Lumpy Semolina Drain possibly?

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Limited-Slip Differential for the car anoraks amongst us. Or the old abbreviation for pounds, shillings and pence, though I think AH may be a few hundred years too young to have invented them.

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So I can create an own drug and be famous?

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Is my homie Albert Hofmann arrested then?

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Is my homie Albert Hofmann arrested then?

Don't know about arrested, but I heard he was stoned in Tunisia :lol:

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He discovered it, it wasn't illegal at the time (since, you know... it didn't exist before).

 

Not to be confused with Abby Hoffman, who certainly did his bit to popularize its use.

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Is there a doctor or scientist in the house that can offer advice to Kommunist on a good drug to invent. Working on the basis that Albert Hoffman discovered the effects of LSD by testing it on himself, could I suggest a drug with Conium maculatum as a base :lol:

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Not to be confused with Abby Hoffman, who certainly did his bit to popularize its use.

 

And not to be confused with my friend, Dave, either.

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Teddy - maybe some post-Glastonbury kids might be able to advise us on this further...

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I suggest a drug with Conium maculatum as a base :D

Darn it, I thought my play on "Typhoid Mary" was funny (although not sure whether the "Island Types" will understand. If interested; http://history1900s.about.com/library/weekly/aa062900a.htm ).

But "Hemlock Holmes" is so much more sophisticated, not too mention alliterative.

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I thought he'd died already?

 

If not, he'll be next...........mark my words.

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lysergic diethlyamide

viva la acid!!!

thank you albert hofmann :lol:

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I am a genius on LSD, I knkow just about everything there is to know about Lysergic Acid Diethylamide

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I am a genius on LSD, I knkow just about everything there is to know about Lysergic Acid Diethylamide

Everyone is a genius on LSD, Trevor. That's part of its charm.

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Well you've got to impressed with Trevor's correct spelling of "lysergic acid diethylamide" - However I'm starting to doubt his genius at his attempt at "knkow" :D

 

Perhaps I got the dosage wrong...

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"know"

 

Looks OK to me.

 

PS Be careful before you go dissing all Trevors.

You knkow not our real names ...

 

:D

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Sorry about me gloating my LSD knowledge, now that I read what I posted, it kinda makes me sound like an asshole

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Don't be so hard on yourself - let us do it for you etc etc :D

 

By the way, one of my cats is called Trevor.........

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God most of the time lets good people live long lives though some of the best die young but in Dr Hoffmans case he got a long life and i hope he has many more years with him.

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