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  1. savingJenniB
    "The secret of the castle ghosts has been solved! In Great Britain, which is rich in castles, microbiologists investigated moist, mildewed, and moldy cellars, in which thrive tiny little fungi with psychoactive effects. Breathing in their spores induces hallucinations--- in other words, people get 'high' and believe that they are seeing things that in actuality do not exist."
    ------------Franz auf der Maur (1996)

    Or do they???


  1. fnord
    hmmmm,sounds interesting fungi are quite easy to grow.....
  2. chemlove
    That is really interesting and a great explanation of why people have these visions and overall paranoid type feelings when in these old castles and buildings. Great Find very cool.
  3. savingJenniB
    Just sitting in front of this silly screen
    Mezzmorizzed by the dancing fnords . . . .
    1 - 2 - 3 - flash
    1 - 2 - 3 - flash
    1 - 2 - 3 - flash
    why am i still watching?
    perhaps the flash is subliminal message?
    i need to log-off
    i need to go pee
    set the alarm- gots to get up early
    just can't stop watching
    watching - staring into the screen
    what the fuck am i doing?
    watching these old farts dancing?
    my hand goes between my legs
    is this funny dance a turn on?
    or do a just have to pee?
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