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never been to the eye doctor so I couldn't say. I've "tripped" a few times as a younger man, and can relate to your point.

I remember you protesting when someone posted the Vice documentary about the drug. Did you watch the entire film? Do you consider emptying out your ATM and handing a stranger the money an "advanced task?" If you haven't taken the time to watch the film, then it's kind of hard to have a discussion about the drug and its capabilities.

If you did watch the entire film, do you think these people were lying about their experiences?

I also noticed that you commented that the CIA "ceased their MK-Ultra type operations 60 years ago." How do you know they did? How do you know that it wasn't continued under another name, as sometimes Govt. operations are known to do? How do you know that they didn't find a different combination of drugs to achieve the same goal?

That saying of "There's a war on for your mind" comes to mind. "If I can make you believe absurdities, I can make you commit atrocities." If I could convince you that someone was hurting one of your loved ones, I'll bet I could make you do something in retaliation. (Drugs or not)

It seems like being able to control the mind of an individual, a group, or even an entire country is one of the most powerful weapons available. I don't see why our Govt. or any others for that matter, would NOT continue study in this field.

I don't think I've made any assertions about this most recent shooting. I do however "wonder" about the circumstances of the Aurora shooting.