Posted on September 26, 2008 by Trip N' Burn
I love this Trippy Video Clip – and rap song …
Everybody Spread Love – Gimmy Some Mo…
Trip N’ Burn presents : Busta Rhymes “Gimme Some Mo” – Video by kingholder1 ©
Recommendations for an Upcoming Jewish “New Year”.
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Posted on June 16, 2008 by Trip N' Burn
Not Burning Man – But Still a Nice Photo…
La Cu-ca-ra-cha » Check the rest of our photos beats …
Trip N’ Burn presents : La Cu-ca-ra-cha ©
Burning Man Festival » I Caramba Photos…
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Posted on May 1, 2008 by Trip N' Burn
Albert Homann Died – he was 102 years old – may he rest in peace.
Dr. Albert Hofmann (the famous pharmacologist who first synthesized LSD), died on Apr 29 night (at the age of 102). He died at home probably from a heart attack (he was not tripping as he departure out of this reality into the next – like Timothy Leary did).
Trip N’ Burn presents : Hofmann Trips ©
Personally, I still remember the notorious Hofmann Trips of 1996 we used to take…
If you are interested in reading more about his thoughts and about his “problem child” (LSD), here’s a good article from today’s New York Times: ” Albert Hofmann, the Father of LSD “.
Rest In Peace Good Doctor…
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