You could certainly drink a bottle of water.

If you had a bottle of water.

And Sarah Murphy and the way she might look at you.


12 thoughts on “Flashback

  1. SOQ

    Ah those were the days when club owners used to turn off the taps in the toilets so you had to buy bottles- because we were all pioneers back then you see.

    We never let a drop of alcohol pass our lips- err… amazing how a story can be slanted by omitting certain facts.

    1. Cú Chulainn

      Did a child die at one of these in the point from a lack of water..? I have a hazy memory. Anyway, these big nights were horrible.. to me anyway.. there were much nicer club experiences to be had.. great times in all fairness..

  2. Johnny

    “Currently, psychedelics are experiencing a third-wave resurgence—the first wave was the traditional use by native peoples from civilizations around the world for thousands of years, the second wave was the heavy scientific and recreational usage in the 1960s that resulted in their ban, and the third wave is the current use of LSD and psilocybin to assist in medical and psychological situations, including recent Food and Drug Administration–approved studies by researchers at Johns Hopkins, Yale, NYU, and various other facili- ties who have confirmed the positive cognitive effects of psychedelics.7 8 Scientists, Silicon Valley executives, biologists, biohackers, and others who face complex problems or operate at high performance levels are also using
    by Maj Emre Albayrak”

    Maj Albayrak has been an Intelligence Officer for twelve years and is also an Expeditionary Ground Reconnaissance Officer. He has recently completed a tour as the Operations Officer for the Intelligence Support Battalion in an Inspector- Instructor capacity.


    Pretty much everyone I know in LA/NY has or is micro-dosing every morning.

    “The successful use of controlled substances such as ketamine and psilocybin mushrooms to treat mental health issues like depression and anxiety has ushered in a new era of interest in psychedelic drugs”

    Funded by $26.9 million from the U.S. Department of Defense’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), a new project announced this month “aims to create new medications to effectively and rapidly treat depression, anxiety, and substance abuse without major side effects,” according to a University of North Carolina (UNC) School of Medicine press release.”


      1. Johnny

        There is SOQ-quite a lot excitement and start ups in the space-above was me being funny in linking to the US Army which has been at the forefront of the research and a early adapter as it shows tremendous potential in treating PTSD.

        Its actually a very exciting time to be into drugs-you can now get a micro dose shot of K in Toronto..


        FDA-MDMA trials-micro dosing mushrooms really took off in silicon valley and is now as common as amphetamine.


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