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Re: Chemtrails Fact or Fiction

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Re: Chemtrails Fact or Fiction

Postby BarsandStars » Tue Dec 20, 2016

Mechanic4hire3 wrote:
fredzoyt wrote:
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fredzoyt wrote:Chemtrails... like the trails I use to see when I took LSD?


Shroomtrails. :thumbup:


Yep, saw those too.

Shroomtrails, Chemtrails, LSD trails, and even better Candyflippin....


Candyflippin! That's a term I haven't heard in a looooooooooooong time.

I've seen some interesting things on Phish tour back in the day. I have friends who still go on tour but they're burnouts lol
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Re: Chemtrails Fact or Fiction

Postby Mechanic4hire3 » Tue Dec 20, 2016

Well, knee-jerk reaction. Since our new mod is flashing his new badge. I didn't want him to get bored cause the fun zone got locked up. :duck: :duck: :duck:
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Re: Chemtrails Fact or Fiction

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BarsandStars wrote:
Mechanic4hire3 wrote:
fredzoyt wrote:
Engineer wrote:
fredzoyt wrote:Chemtrails... like the trails I use to see when I took LSD?


Shroomtrails. :thumbup:


Yep, saw those too.

Shroomtrails, Chemtrails, LSD trails, and even better Candyflippin....


Candyflippin! That's a term I haven't heard in a looooooooooooong time.

I've seen some interesting things on Phish tour back in the day. I have friends who still go on tour but they're burnouts lol


I've never heard the term Candyflippin'. Had to google it. I've been to way more than my fair share of Phish and Dead shows in the 90s but then, I was there for the music. ;) :shifty:

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Re: Chemtrails Fact or Fiction

Postby BarsandStars » Tue Dec 20, 2016

MaxGravy wrote:
BarsandStars wrote:
Mechanic4hire3 wrote:
fredzoyt wrote:
Engineer wrote:
fredzoyt wrote:Chemtrails... like the trails I use to see when I took LSD?


Shroomtrails. :thumbup:


Yep, saw those too.

Shroomtrails, Chemtrails, LSD trails, and even better Candyflippin....


Candyflippin! That's a term I haven't heard in a looooooooooooong time.

I've seen some interesting things on Phish tour back in the day. I have friends who still go on tour but they're burnouts lol


I've never heard the term Candyflippin'. Had to google it. I've been to way more than my fair share of Phish and Dead shows in the 90s but then, I was there for the music. ;) :shifty:


Sure and I was there for the veggie burritos. ( I hate veggies btw lol) LOL @ googling candy flipping. I wonder what kind of ads you'll get now :lol:
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Re: Chemtrails Fact or Fiction

Postby MaxGravy » Tue Dec 20, 2016

BarsandStars wrote:
MaxGravy wrote:
BarsandStars wrote:
Mechanic4hire3 wrote:
fredzoyt wrote:
Engineer wrote:
fredzoyt wrote:Chemtrails... like the trails I use to see when I took LSD?


Shroomtrails. :thumbup:


Yep, saw those too.

Shroomtrails, Chemtrails, LSD trails, and even better Candyflippin....


Candyflippin! That's a term I haven't heard in a looooooooooooong time.

I've seen some interesting things on Phish tour back in the day. I have friends who still go on tour but they're burnouts lol


I've never heard the term Candyflippin'. Had to google it. I've been to way more than my fair share of Phish and Dead shows in the 90s but then, I was there for the music. ;) :shifty:


Sure and I was there for the veggie burritos. ( I hate veggies btw lol) LOL @ googling candy flipping. I wonder what kind of ads you'll get now :lol:


Funny you should say that. I've been mostly vegan for a couple decades. I remember buying extra veggie burritos to take home after shows. :lol:

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Re: Chemtrails Fact or Fiction

Postby Rodebaugh » Tue Dec 20, 2016

I'm not clicking any of those search results. I have heard of LSD before. What is MDMA? Moose Dick Meat Alternative?

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Re: Chemtrails Fact or Fiction

Postby Operadad » Tue Dec 20, 2016

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Re: Chemtrails Fact or Fiction

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Rodebaugh wrote:I'm not clicking any of those search results. I have heard of LSD before. What is MDMA? Moose Dick Meat Alternative?


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Re: Chemtrails Fact or Fiction

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Engineer wrote:We could find a better conspiracy. :pop:
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Re: Chemtrails Fact or Fiction

Postby Diggin4copper » Tue Dec 20, 2016

MaxGravy wrote:
BarsandStars wrote:
MaxGravy wrote:
BarsandStars wrote:
Mechanic4hire3 wrote:
fredzoyt wrote:
Engineer wrote:
fredzoyt wrote:Chemtrails... like the trails I use to see when I took LSD?


Shroomtrails. :thumbup:


Yep, saw those too.

Shroomtrails, Chemtrails, LSD trails, and even better Candyflippin....


Candyflippin! That's a term I haven't heard in a looooooooooooong time.

I've seen some interesting things on Phish tour back in the day. I have friends who still go on tour but they're burnouts lol


I've never heard the term Candyflippin'. Had to google it. I've been to way more than my fair share of Phish and Dead shows in the 90s but then, I was there for the music. ;) :shifty:


Sure and I was there for the veggie burritos. ( I hate veggies btw lol) LOL @ googling candy flipping. I wonder what kind of ads you'll get now :lol:


Funny you should say that. I've been mostly vegan for a couple decades. I remember buying extra veggie burritos to take home after shows. :lol:

Veggie sushi?.
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Re: Chemtrails Fact or Fiction

Postby fredzoyt » Tue Dec 20, 2016

MaxGravy wrote:
Rodebaugh wrote:I'm not clicking any of those search results. I have heard of LSD before. What is MDMA? Moose Dick Meat Alternative?


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We use to call that stuff "rot gut." :thumbup:
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Re: Chemtrails Fact or Fiction

Postby MaxGravy » Tue Dec 20, 2016

Diggin4copper wrote:
MaxGravy wrote:
BarsandStars wrote:
MaxGravy wrote:
BarsandStars wrote:
Mechanic4hire3 wrote:
fredzoyt wrote:
Engineer wrote:
fredzoyt wrote:Chemtrails... like the trails I use to see when I took LSD?


Shroomtrails. :thumbup:


Yep, saw those too.

Shroomtrails, Chemtrails, LSD trails, and even better Candyflippin....


Candyflippin! That's a term I haven't heard in a looooooooooooong time.

I've seen some interesting things on Phish tour back in the day. I have friends who still go on tour but they're burnouts lol


I've never heard the term Candyflippin'. Had to google it. I've been to way more than my fair share of Phish and Dead shows in the 90s but then, I was there for the music. ;) :shifty:


Sure and I was there for the veggie burritos. ( I hate veggies btw lol) LOL @ googling candy flipping. I wonder what kind of ads you'll get now :lol:


Funny you should say that. I've been mostly vegan for a couple decades. I remember buying extra veggie burritos to take home after shows. :lol:

Veggie sushi?.


Not so much. Sushi is my feast food, which means a few meals a month. I learned a long time ago that you can't eat 3 feasts a day and live a long life, not in my family anyway.

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Re: Chemtrails Fact or Fiction

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fredzoyt wrote:
MaxGravy wrote:
Rodebaugh wrote:I'm not clicking any of those search results. I have heard of LSD before. What is MDMA? Moose Dick Meat Alternative?


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We use to call that stuff "rot gut." :thumbup:


Ha, Ha.......We use to call it "The two dollar hangover" ..... Although that was in the 90's. Probably costs a tad more
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Re: Chemtrails Fact or Fiction

Postby BotanicusRex » Tue Dec 20, 2016

We only bought Mad Dog if we were trying to impress our date.. way too sweet and slower acting.. but it was top shelf to the young ladies.
Otherwise the Drive-In expedient of choice was that old standby,"What's the Word?...", with a few warm Griesediecks stashed as backup.
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Re: Chemtrails Fact or Fiction

Postby Tractor Man » Tue Dec 20, 2016

Its about damn time we had another topic with Mad Dog 20/20 in it. It had been a few weeks.
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Re: Chemtrails Fact or Fiction

Postby Rodebaugh » Tue Dec 20, 2016

tractorman wrote:Its about damn time we had another topic with Mad Dog 20/20 in it. It had been a few weeks.


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Re: Chemtrails Fact or Fiction

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BotanicusRex wrote:We only bought Mad Dog if we were trying to impress our date.. way too sweet and slower acting.. but it was top shelf to the young ladies.
Otherwise the Drive-In expedient of choice was that old standby,"What's the Word?...", with a few warm Griesediecks stashed as backup.


I miss the days when I could take my date out to Taco Bell and buy her a $4 bottle of Boones Farm hard lemonade and still get lucky at the end of the night.

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Re: Chemtrails Fact or Fiction

Postby bigjohn » Wed Dec 21, 2016

chris6084 wrote:
BotanicusRex wrote:We only bought Mad Dog if we were trying to impress our date.. way too sweet and slower acting.. but it was top shelf to the young ladies.
Otherwise the Drive-In expedient of choice was that old standby,"What's the Word?...", with a few warm Griesediecks stashed as backup.


I miss the days when I could take my date out to Taco Bell and buy her a $4 bottle of Boones Farm hard lemonade and still get lucky at the end of the night.

You can still do that if you lower your standards a bit :thumbup:
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Re: Chemtrails Fact or Fiction

Postby chris6084 » Thu Dec 22, 2016

bigjohn wrote:
chris6084 wrote:
BotanicusRex wrote:We only bought Mad Dog if we were trying to impress our date.. way too sweet and slower acting.. but it was top shelf to the young ladies.
Otherwise the Drive-In expedient of choice was that old standby,"What's the Word?...", with a few warm Griesediecks stashed as backup.


I miss the days when I could take my date out to Taco Bell and buy her a $4 bottle of Boones Farm hard lemonade and still get lucky at the end of the night.

You can still do that if you lower your standards a bit :thumbup:



Nah, I'm married now. And this woman is waaaay more expensive than that.


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