5.06.2008

Guess acid's not THAT bad for you

Sorry to be a little late with this, but LSD pioneer Albert Hoffman died last week at the age of 102.

Hoffman deserves at least partial credit for the collected works of Jimi Hendrix, the entire Burning Man phenomenon, and that one time in 1999 when God revealed to you the most closely guarded secrets of the universe via veggie burrito (extra guac). On the flip side, he's got to take the blame for prog rock, and that guy at the party who's always touching your face.

Rest in peace.

3 comments:

JP said...

Thanks for that accompanying picture, Mike. Like I need another image to have waking nightmares about the next time I totally drop tabs. (Tomorrow.)

Mel Sue said...

I like the LSD man. He's prettier than Mr. T, so colorful and peaceful to gaze upon...

simply scott said...

The picture looks like a work from Alex Grey, who admittedly did a lot of acid.