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What A Long, Strange Trip
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Albert Hofmann, the father of LSD, dropped out at the age of 102. Though he emphasized he was “just an ordinary Swiss” who counseled against the recreational use of the drug he called his “problem child,” a lot of the coverage has focused on the importance of acid to the 1960s counterculture. If most of the old hippies live as long as Hofmann, we’re in for a long, strange trip indeed. Make of this what you will, I also understand that Hofmann was a Ron Paul fan.

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