The Riddler

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4 mins ago, Wigeon said:

He was a national treasure.

 

Anyone that eats bean fritters and drops acid is my type of people to hang out with. :shaky:

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Always believed that he took a good bit of artistic license with the drug use.

 

No way his mind would have stayed that sharp for so long doing that **** every day, there was definitely some exaggeration there.

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3 mins ago, Wigeon said:

Always believed that he took a good bit of artistic license with the drug use.

 

No way his mind would have stayed that sharp for so long doing that **** every day, there was definitely some exaggeration there.

LSD can make you creative...but the down side is the depression will hit you like a ton of bricks.

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Read Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas...either the guy was writing what he knew, or he has a vivid imagination.

His lawyer should have a book written about him too.

 

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7 mins ago, The Riddler said:

LSD can make you creative...but the down side is the depression will hit you like a ton of bricks.

It can also make you feel and perform like Superman on the football field!  :laugh:

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45 mins ago, dena said:

Read Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas...either the guy was writing what he knew, or he has a vivid imagination.

His lawyer should have a book written about him too.

 

"You couldn't invent someone like Carl Lazlo. He was a... he was one of a kind. He was a mutant. A real heavyweight water buffalo type... who could chew his way through a concrete wall and spit out the other side covered with lime and chalk and look good in doing it."  Where the Buffalo Roam.

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