Thanks, Daniel - some archives had glitches in importing to new site. Fixed now.
Where's the rest of the article? Missing last 10 paragraphs, about 1/3 of the piece. Please add the rest, this article is important and still relevant. Thanks!
This was a great read,a potentially horrible situation that had a happy ending.It's nice to know every thing went great for you and that you gave the student who dosed you a second chance.Funny that he will be dosing people legally for a living now,but with drugs far more dangerous than LSD
I dont understand why there is an advertisement for a date that passed?
This looks like a great event
There's no text here! Please update archives!
This was so awesome I nearly had an anxiety attack as I was reading it. I haven't done acid since age 14, but I never forgot a single moment of it. I made gnarly pot brownies once though, and ended up comatose and similarly one-syllabled for about 5 hours sitting on the porch of my co-op in Berkeley, CA. Great read, and I'm glad you and Max worked it out!
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(smile) - except the pack won't touch King Ridge Road (sadly) - They hang a left in Cazadero and hit Fort Ross Road instead :-)
Cornell will stop at nothing, and no one, to get what he wants. He and his wife, who is 25 years his junior, endeavour to own everything they can get their hands on. The couple finds ways to jump legal hurdles because of their wealth. They have one simple, unsophisticated motivation: greed. The environment be damned. Having a vineyard with your name on it is just another jewel in the tarnished crown.
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