Dance like no one’s watching.
Warning: this experience is psychedelic and if you’re prone to seizures use caution when viewing!
In light of ABC’s upcoming Once Upon a Time in Wonderland, let’s look back on the trauma of the Disney classic. You never forget your first bad trip.
Don’t do drugs, kids. You might end up on a bobblehead someday.
A few months ago, Vice wrote an article about one of their reporters going to the world’s biggest dog show on LSD. Here’s the video of that, in all its lysergic glory.
“I’m here, find me. I’M HERE, FIND ME.” Best viewed high. This was via the great state of New Jersey.
Space, man. It’s, like, the final frontier! The chess board dance is priceless.
Eisenhower era psychedelia.
Science used to be a lot more fun. “Let’s feed people acid and see what happens” is the kind of idea that I want my tax dollars going towards. Watch Video ›
As we’ve learned from National Geographic Explorer, LSD has had a pretty wacky history since its invention by Albert Hoffman in 1938. How bout we take a crazy trip into the weird world of LSD facts and fiction?! View List ›
Apparently, dosing a French village wasn’t enough for them.
Absolutely amazing animation telling the first person account of the true story behind Dock Ellis’ trippy no-hitter. Watch Video ›
A teacher gets his coffee dosed with LSD by a vengeful student, but decides to go on a field trip to the book store anyways. Tripping his face off. This is his story.
A helpful book on the Tarsier, from O’Reilly. View Image ›
The History of the Psychedelic Movement is a cartoon and coloring book published in 1967 by LSD’s high priest, and former Harvard professor, Timothy Leary. The book contains awesome portraits of LSD use for consumption by impressionable youths. A relic of its time, a salvaged copy is up for auction on eBay at a starting bid of $750…A perfect addition to any hippie’s collection. Then again, there’s something paradoxical about that statement. Read More ›
Texas teen associated with Mother’s Against Drunk Driving delivers LSD laced cookies to police departments across North Texas. The culprit, who was serving a community service sentence with MADD for a previous offense, has been detained as the case pends further investigation. While one of the police departments was wary of the marijuana smell emitting from the treats (apparently weed was also in the mix), officers from Fort Worth dug right in. 10 bucks says they knew. Read More ›
A book called Gallop! employs a new patented technology called scanimation which makes static print images look animated. It’s cool when they make cool educational things for kids that can also serve as trippy sh*t for adults. Read More ›