October 15th, 2003

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It's been too long since I last indulged in mothernatures sweet aromatic release. How can I tell, I have Ben Harper's Burn One Down and this song by kaizersoze124's friend. Man... I NEED to find a job and get out of here.
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How is it my cd collection has none of these songs?

Taurus (April 20-May 20)

The next couple of weeks will be an excellent time to purge any nagging karma that has been haunting your love life. You'll be ready to move on to new romantic frontiers once you clear away the residue that has been subtly burdening you. To achieve the proper spirit of rowdy fierceness, I suggest you learn the following country music songs and belt them out now and then: "You Done Tore Out My Heart And Stomped That Sucker Flat," "Get Your Tongue out of My Mouth, I'm Kissing You Goodbye," "How Can I Miss You If You Won't Go Away?," "I Wouldn't Take You To A Dawg Fight, Cause I'm Afraid You'd Win," "I Liked You Better Before I Knew You So Well," and "I Flushed You From The Toilets Of My Heart."
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Through out history, civilization has always had something popular it has outlawed, leading to years of conflict between society and the powers ruling over it. And often when the restrictions are moved, society changes to a new taboo fascination. Where am I going with this? As the laws concerning pot are gradually relaxed, what will take its place? What will people do to be rebels, and make a statement? Shrooms? Public nudity? Making american flag toilet paper? Pet ferret's in California? There are any number of fairly harmless things which subcultures could latch onto, and then let interest spread. But if you could figure out what the next thing will be, the options are limitless from being a cultural icon to just great marketing opportunities.

So, what do you think the next big illegal thing will be if pot is ever legalized?