I just remembered a part. I remember thinking about.
I forgot what I was talking about but I”m going to leave that in so it means something.
Whoa, I think I am being hit with another wave. Oh. Yeah. No, I don”t mean “oh yeah” like “Oh yeah, baby.” I mean it like, “Oh yeah, I remember.” It was a thing where I realized something can feel so terrible it’s interesting. Oh I do remember. You know that feeling when you”re blind drunk and you realize you had better throw up or you”re going to die of alcohol poisoning? That’s what this felt like. I couldn”t even see straight.
Okay, I”m back now. The wave has passed. I”ve done heroin and MDMA and acid and I gotta say. This is about the same level of intensity. It’s about as intense as anyone can feel without throwing up or passing out.
I think you get the idea. I”m baked. I think I”m going to stop typing now and come back when it wears off. One last thing though. I forgot to tell you that I had a guy go get me some tequila and put it on ice. I still felt like I was going to barf but I drank it anyway and soon after, the room stopped whipping through the galaxy like a fucking syndrome! I”m going to let this wear off a bit more and wrap things up after this wears off. It feels about as strong as half a bottle of bourbon and I”m not exaggerating.
It’s been a couple of hours now. I think we can clearly see that this is not like drinking a beer at lunch. The above rant sounds like a shrieking babysitter on cocaine. I have always been pro-legalization, but what I just endured has made me reconsider the whole discussion.
When they talked about legalization in the 80s and 90s, they kept saying it was just like having a few beers and it was. Today, while advocates push the medicinal angle, the benign drug they”re defending has morphed into a heavy drug. It’s been an hour and a half since I looked death in the face and cried. I am obviously still incredibly high. I”m so high, in fact, that I no longer see legalization of marijuana as such a no brainer. The debate has shifted to, “Should we legalize a really, really heavy drug?”