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JBird

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About JBird

  • Birthday 07/14/1987

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    ripcurl___@hotmail.com
  • Website URL
    http://myspace.com/littlerobertanthony
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    jessica_iz_on

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  • Gender
    Female
  • Location
    Hillsboro, Oregon, USA. Soon to be Arcata, California.
  • Interests
    I like to be outside. I love..art, nature, the moon, redwood trees, eucalyptus trees, and giant sequoias, mountain biking, hiking, camping, backpacking, kayaking, meeting new people, exploring, driving in the country, traveling, learning, festivals, concerts, laying on the grass, making hemp/beaded jewelry, everything hemp, colorful and abstract art, looking through kaleidoscopes, food, beer, avocados, mushrooms, turquoise jewelry,
  1. Wow spend the night together after just meeting him? How long have you been talking to him online?
  2. I hate drinking ice water. Whenever I go to restaurants I always ask for water with no ice. It's just way too cold to drink. I like room temp water which is comfortable to drink.
  3. Rock Climbing at Smith Rock State Park, Oregon.
  4. Whaddya mean that's new to you? Have you not heard that QMS song? It's from some concert somewhere. Now... For What It's Worth
  5. Shroom: A Cultural History of the Magic Mushroom The magic mushroom was rediscovered only fifty years ago but has accumulated all sorts of folktales and urban legends along the way. In this timely and definitive study, Andy Letcher strips away the myths to get at the true story of how hallucinogenic mushrooms, once shunned in the West as the most pernicious of poisons, came to be the illicit drug of choice. Chronicling the history of the magic mushroom, from its use by the Aztecs of Central America and the tribes of Siberia through to the present day, Letcher takes a critical and humorous look at the drug's more recent manifestations. Since the 1970s scientists and others in major Western nations, the United States and the United Kingdom in particular, have identified hundreds of hallucinogenic species, isolated their active ingredients, learned how to cultivate them on an industrial scale, and spread them around the world. More than any other civilization that has come before us, and despite all the myths we have built, we, by all rights, are the true magic mushroom enthusiasts. I love mushrooms.
  6. Yay Joel finally! Except your not smiling.
  7. I been trying to purchase Pink Floyd's Meddle but am having trouble finding the album on cd at my local music shops. I guess it is a rarity to find on cd!
  8. That is a great photo! Now lets see the updated version of this.
  9. Me while on a rock climbing trip, looking up at the face of the huge rock. On my visit in Switzerland.
  10. Joel!! I am so happy you are back! I thought you would never be back. You are one of my favorite members of the led zeppelin forums. Remember you first sent me a message about my stoner thread?

    - Jess

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