I was wondering if the UK drug taking population have been distracted by the rise and popularity of E in the last ten years and if this is what has caused the death of LSD? Is it economic (It's easier for more people to do more pills every week for the same price per pill as per tab hence making E consumption far higher) or is it cultural? Is it simply supply and demand? Does the UK drug taking population just not want to experience LSD anymore? Or is it the tragic fall of the grateful dead? Surely the UK LSD culture was not all born of the USA? I would like to hear everyone's theories (cultural, social and political) as to why teh drug of choice fo the late 80's and early 90's has almost vanished, not just on the practical level (in the sense that its impossible to locate) but also on the cultural level. Surely it can't be the police just doing a good job. SWIM figures the police dont really bother with drugs unless its to bring forward headlines to raise reputations. my sure a deaf mute and blind police man with no head could find an E dealer if they tried. P.S. I realise LSD was drug of choice in other parts of the 20th century, but i am talking of the recent decline in LSD culture. (Which SWIM insists is completely different from mushroom culture.) OH and I feel very sorry for people who are having to take two to three or more tabs or blotters of LSD to have any sort of trip or having to wait up to four hours for the LSD to have any affect! I know MANY people who have tried LSD during the 90s and has never known any blotters to be so weak. It saddens SWIM and SWIM wonders what will happen to the future of LSD, when as little as ten years ago even SWIM experienced strong visuals and perception changes and all else on just half a blotter. "What oh what is the world coming to!" says SWIM. SO basically: theories, opinions and ideas please. And please no "OH it's so easy to get... blah blah" it's all lies! and even if SOMEONE thinks it is, SOMEONE surely admits there is a meteoric fall in consumption. (< and this little fella makes me so happy even thought its all silly and virtual.