Toms on Acid

#2
Basic Training Chav style

In best Chumly Warner accent " with one man climbing a tree to feed the birds"

I was having a cr@p day until I saw that, well done Crabby
 
#4
For some reason, we were shown this during Basic in an attempt to warn us OFF drugs.
Mind you. that was in '76 & those in charge might have been a little behind the times.
 
#5
I was told in no uncertain terms by the crab drugs lecturer about 9 months ago that if someone admitted to taking LSD, even prior to their service, they were liable for medical discharge due to the dangerous nature of LSD flashbacks. I wasn't aware of this before and he seemed to think that this applied across all three services. When I think about it its a fair point, but has anyone heard about this happening to anyone?

Possibly not the right forum for this, sorry.
 
#6
Something along the lines of this...?



Some people experience flashbacks after using LSD. Flashbacks can occur after using LSD just once and can happen as long as a year after taking LSD. Flashbacks involve a sudden reoccurrence of whatever the user experienced while on LSD (things they saw, feelings they felt, etc.) Some long-term users may show symptoms of mental illnesses such as schizophrenia or severe depression.


Or this.....?


One hallucinogen user, while not currently intoxicated, may occasionally notice a spontaneous LSD-like flashback, which will go away after a short time. On the other hand, another user may experience constant, irreversible, LSD-like perceptual disturbances that persist 24 hours a day; they can continue for the rest of their life.
 

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