He had a very sort of, a strangely very attractive sort of pungent sort of gamey, sort of a venison or a lamb sausage... and a little bit of rosemary with a touch of ranch dressing. -- James Spader, discussing the aroma of William Shatner
Salvia Divinorum is something I read about in Details
magazine, because the cover had some sort of cheesecake
picture on it, then something like "Legal Drugs," and I'm a
young male wannabe. Anyway, that's what it is. It's
apparently like psilocybin mushrooms, but only lasts a
short while, and then you just feel sort of stoned.
It's called "The Sage's Root" or something. It comes from Mexico.
Unlike most drugs that the legislature hasn't bothered to illegalize, it can't
be classified as a lookalike drug, because it's not chemically similar to any
controlled substance. So you can just like go to a catalog and buy a plant of
it. And smoke it. Or shoot it up. Or whatever you sick fucks do.
I urge all of you young people, wondering what to do with your lives, to go
into two fields: ethnobotany and molecular chemistry. Then, join together in
harmony, and go explore all kinds of traditional drugs that Congress hasn't
heard of, analyze them to make sure they're legal, and start selling! SELL
DRUGS, KIDS! USE YOUR WICKED SCIENCE TO STAY ONE STEP AHEAD OF SMOKEY! YAHOO!
I mean, do these things only to the extent that they're totally legal, which
And put up BIG BILLBOARDS on the freeway that say things like, "Salvia
Divinorum: Use it as a recreational hallucinogen," and "Sage's Root: It's not
just for getting all fucked up anymore. Okay, it is."
Oh, the URL below also has the HOTTEST PEPPER in the WORLD. It makes habanero
peppers look like... uh... yogurt. They've got all kinds of heap strong
statistics to prove it.