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    Quote Originally Posted by amberstar702

    A good workout releases the endorphins in your brain. That's why it is physically impossible to be depressed when you work out.
    I've noticed that (not knowing the techy details). Specifically with hang-overs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainadaman
    who let the dog out.....
    Who's in the White House is a nice parody of that.

    For the demo's, Bush=Roof, liking him to a dog
    For the rep's, hey he's in there
    For the other's, take a pick

    See all sides of the coin can win with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Egor
    I've noticed that (not knowing the techy details). Specifically with hang-overs.
    They've proven that your brain naturally creates cannibinoids in a larger quantity than usual when you work out as well, which is also found in marijuana.

    I think that has something to do with it too =P

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    Motley Crud's Live Wire turned all the way to 11


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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy Forsberg
    They've proven that your brain naturally creates cannibinoids in a larger quantity than usual when you work out as well, which is also found in marijuana.
    O yea... that's pretty interesting. Never digged the stuff myself - the brain must create much lower quantities.

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    I used to be a pothead, but then I just got sick of the stuff. The paranoia was overwhelming unless I was simultaneously drunk, and the money it drained from me was just ridiculous.

    Now I'm satisfied with alcohol and extremely small amounts of caffeine =P

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    I'm quite content with natural paranoia.
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    Natural paranoia? What are you paranoid of naturally? When you don't do illegal things you have nothing to be paranoid of.

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    Yeah fatnewt, what illegal activities of yours are making you paranoid? Do tell.




    (just joking)



    EDIT: and if anyone thinks smoking weed makes you paranoid, try growing it.

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    Now that I think about it there's probably something illegal that EVERYONE does, no matter who they are. A lot of them may not even know they're doing something illegal, there's so many ridiculous laws out there. Our legal system is pathetic to say the least.

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    Quote Originally Posted by operator
    EDIT: and if anyone thinks smoking weed makes you paranoid, try growing it.
    ...

    And if you're afraid of those pesky pork choppers in the sky
    No worries, we'll fix them too
    with one of our Dr. Greenthumb 'Sizzlean' screens
    to block the nosy pig's vision
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    how well it works

    Hyuh, hyuh, hello mah name is Jaid
    And ahm a farmer and I've been growin
    mary-jah-wana fer about twenty years and uhh
    uhh, with Dr. Greenthumb's 'Sizzlean' screen
    I don't hafta point my shotgun
    at them pesky porkers no more
    Thanks Dr. Green, you're tha ****

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy Forsberg
    Natural paranoia? What are you paranoid of naturally? When you don't do illegal things you have nothing to be paranoid of.
    Paranoia doesn't require a guilty conscience, or fear of an authority.
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    I suppose that's true. Do you fear others are conspiring against you or something? Hehehe.

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    Bloc Party - Pioneers

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    I've been paranoid on pot. I did have a friend that was crazy paranoid tho, he ended up being commited! I quit it for awhile after that!

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    My all-time fav laments:

    John Lennon - God
    David Bowie - Quicksand
    The Smiths - Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now

    Cheers Matey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lotus
    John Lennon - God
    Oh yeah, he basically covers everything in that one. Good song.


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