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Tool stands up to the psychedelic experience very well. They're not exactly my style but I respect what they do. I had a friend play me some tracks while we were tripping one time. Later I went with another friend to see them in concert and I dosed for the show. It was a blast. I don't own any of their albums and wouldn't choose them to play on a jukebox, but they definitely pass the acid test. Both aurally and visually. 

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On 12/26/2019 at 7:39 PM, woohorn said:

Used to go out to the cow fields by the old lakeside airport on hw6 on rainy weekend mornings looking for shrooms in cow shit, but rarely found anything. We used to think the "magic" ones would have a purple ring where you broke them off at the base if they were the real thing. Definitely don't remember trippin, but we got chased by a lot of cows.

Not sure how you missed them. We would pick tons from these fields boil and sell them at school. We got trash bags full. 
 

Good fields were off Barker Cypress near Cullen Park. Not HWY 6 and Farm and Ranch club 

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On 1/2/2020 at 8:13 PM, HornPhD said:

Metallica concert (was there a guy hanging from the rafters?).

Yes.  Load tour, 1996.  Guy up in the rafters fixing the lights and then gets "electrocuted" and falls.  Then some guy running around on fire.  That was my first show.

Edited by Biff Tannen

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Last time I did it with two buddies from college and one had never done them before. It absolutely knocked him on his ass to the point of him laying in the fetal position under my coffee table while the two of us made up long detailed stories about how we used to bang his ex girlfriend over and over and over.




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psilocybin virgin here.  I've become very interested lately not so much for the fun trippy element as much as the introspective.  Dale Dudley on klbj has been going on and on about his k therapy and I'm convinced that either that or a big massive dose of psilocybin is what I need at this point.  We moved to San Antonio about a year ago and my shit has been falling apart ever since.  I'm on ssri's and I don't want to be.  I used to deal with life using alcohol, kratom, and phenibut.  Now it's not enough and I get myself piss drunk almost every night.  I want to see my life from another perspective and shuffle off this gripp[ing reality that holds me now.  I have an amazing life and I know it.  I may not be shaggy 1% but I can still love and appreciate what I have if I can just find a way to look at it differently.  Gottdamn if the ketamine therapy sessions aren't $400 each and not covered by insurance.

 

Anybody in SA know where to go pick or somewhere where I can reliably procure?

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Back in HS we used to go to Pace Bend Park (nee Pale Face Park) out on Lake Travis in the Hudson Bend area. There were these cliffs that faced west. One summer the lake was really really low and there were these rocks at the bottom of the cliff sticking up about 5 feet that were normally underwater. Late in the day, when the sun was low, we would stand on those rocks and face the cliff and dance and pose on those rocks while tripping. The low sun would cast our shadows onto the cliff face, plus the reflected sun light off the surface of the water would shine these weird trippy wavy lines onto the cliff face.

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I would often take shrooms when camping at a friend of mine's land out near Rocksprings. There is a spring that feeds into the Nueces river that runs through his land and the water there is crystal clear.  We were out there in the summer tripping and swimming all day and the sun would shine through the water with the most unbelievable colors I could ever imagine.  It looked like the water in the scenes of the original Tomb Raider on PlayStation if anyone ever played that.  It was almost as if the water wasn't even there.  Later that day I sat on a rock while one of my friends was fishing. I could see a bass out in the water so I told him exactly where to cast and then watched as the bass swallowed the lure and yelled st my friend to set it.  It was like sitting at the fish tank at Bass Pro shops and dropping a line in there.  Good times.

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