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“We were somewhere around South Milton on the edge of the Moor when the drugs began to take hold.”

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  1. A guy I used to work with plowing snow had a similar episode. It's fairly well known that truckers and other night workers sometimes take shit to stay awake, and trucker speed can have an affect on your perceived reality.

    I pulled up behind him one night, stopped in the middle of the highway next to Mono Lake. Asked him over the radio why he wasn't moving, and he said he was waiting for the herd of water buffalo to cross.

    Drugs are bad, m'kay?

          1. I didn't ask Max which direction they were traveling. West to east would have them entering Mono Lake, while east to west they would have had to climb the rocky and steep Sierra, more suitable to the Bighorn Sheep.

          1. I took a gamble and stayed indoors except to sweep the snow off my satellite dish. It has melted off everything but the front lawn. I win!

          1. We're doing Led Zeppelin at the symphony tonight- perfect night to put on your viable band pants and take lots of hippie drugs…

      1. In my town, there is a raincoat under a tree.
        In the sky, there is a cloud containing the sea.
        In the sea, there is a whale without any eyes.
        In the whale, there is a man without his raincoat.

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