1P-LSD + 2-MeO-ephenidine
- October 10, 2016 at 5:50 pm #983653
I was just correcting you before trip jumped in pmslOctober 10, 2016 at 5:53 pm #983610
@Digital Buddha 986592 wrote:
GL is a rave fossil.
in NL they have the word “popdinosaurus” for those such as Mick Jagger who are still around and alive, although with the “pirate music” scene (which is in many ways a forerunner of modern EDM) folk are all still going strong well into their 70s raaaOctober 13, 2016 at 11:07 am #983654
Anyway back to the 1p, who else has tried it and what’s your input on itOctober 13, 2016 at 1:30 pm #983635
@smokemary 986647 wrote:
Anyway back to the 1p, who else has tried it and what’s your input on it
Most people think it’s cool, have some 1P-ETH-LAD to try now so hoping that 1 position substitution that I think allows efects for me holds with this compound. I have some ETH-LAD due so I’ll be able to definitively know whether or not my assumptions are correct.October 14, 2016 at 1:44 pm #983655
Mdma for this weekend, then 1plsd next weekend then back to mdma for Halloween��October 15, 2016 at 4:19 am #983636
Have some 5-MeO-MALT I wanna try but other than that I’m probably gonna go for bk-2C-b. That doesn’t mean I won’t take my kratom nor any stims but thats the plan for tomorrow lol.October 15, 2016 at 8:40 am #983656
Ooo kratom. Been awhile since I had and havnt had an codine so guess who’s opiate tolerance is at zero!! 😛
Also is the stories of big wild cats in England true or where they all false?October 15, 2016 at 10:30 am #983611
@smokemary 986679 wrote:
Also is the stories of big wild cats in England true or where they all false?
There are several large cats including lions and tigers kept in captivity across England, although by law they must be kept in alarmed enclosures with CCTV etc as part of their licensing conditions and in enclosures as secure as or more so than a traditional zoo.
Sightings also depend on what size cat is classed as “big”. Some longhaired European breeds of pet cat can be physically larger than others, and perspective can make the cats seem way larger than they actually are. One tom cat which was hunting in fields in Essex was recently mistaken for a lion (with both Police helicopters and Colchester Zoo called out to search for it).
Medium size cats such as fishing cats, servals, jungle cats are often kept as pets in England, there is a fishing cat (more usually found in Bangladesh) in West Suffolk. All of these can hybridise with domestic cats, their offspring are also larger than many would expect (the larger “oriental” breeds of cat are themselves
hybrids of Asian wildcats and “European” species). It is often these medium size cats wandering outside their enclosures or hybrids that spark all the reports of “big cats” in England, although none of them pose any danger to humans.
These are Bengal cat + Serval hybrids. The female is about the size of a normal pet cat. The picture was posted on a forum popular with hippies a few years back and I was advised they live in a normal house SW England.October 15, 2016 at 11:49 am #983657
I may have been thinking about the tom cat you mentioned. That’s mental lol aww I miss my cat, had her like 15years proper member of the family. Remember the night she passed :(.
I’m not aloud a cat now as she doesn’t like them because they ‘cast’ yet our dog is like a giant furball that leaves hairs kinda like a slug leaves a trail. Lol also when she was a pup she can over to a wild kitten in the park and got her eye punchered, wee pet.
And holy good fuck that’s some big ass pussy. It would well kick the average terriers ass!October 15, 2016 at 12:22 pm #983612
The Essex tomcat had perched on an empty fertiliser drum left in a farmers field (which was on a hill) so it could watch mice – what happened was some holidaymakers from Lincolnshire noticed it, misidentified it as a much larger animal and (in good faith) called 999 :laugh_at:
Most of of the “wild/exotic” medium size cats kept in private collections across Europe are looked after by families who also keep other breeds of cats, dogs and all sorts of other pet animals and in spite of their size live peacefully with all the other species, although the Oriental breeds are notorious for making noise and if not kept occupied they get up to mischief (opening up doors, nicking food etc) and will encourage other pets to do the same!October 15, 2016 at 12:41 pm #983658
I remember in Romania we were told bears are up in the mountains next to where we were. He was walking down to our cabin when he saw our group leaders shadows behind him he squealldd like a banshee and took to his beaters thinking a bear was chasing him lol he was white as a ghost lol
Biggest animal I ever saw in the wild was a fuck of stag in the middle of ballypatrick forest. That’s the one the German backpacker was found murdered, is.
It was just standing there being all majestic and shit and then just bounced away into the bush. Was cool as!October 15, 2016 at 1:45 pm #983613
The Romanian folk at my work said this is a fairly common problem in their villages, as people have cut down too many trees there, depriving the bears of their habitat and pushing them into the human settlements.
A few years ago a work colleague of mine had to reassure our new staff from RO that it was safe to walk in the woods of Suffolk (which are exactly the same as those in RO) and there were no bears in England outside of zoos.
The Romanian workers had even looked online at Natural England website but at the time a combination of budget cuts and govt blunders at the time meant they had simply published the entire EU protected species list without removing the non-native species, one of the first entries on the full list is the European Brown Bear! (This has since been corrected).October 15, 2016 at 10:19 pm #983634
Also have some 1P-ETH-LAD to try, I’m hoping with a group at the 1 position I’ll find it active. ETH-LAD, prior to this year, I don’t believe had ever been made outside of David Nichols lab at Perdue. He said it was incredibly difficult to make though but it was also the only derivative ever known to be more potent than LSD itself. It’s available now from a vendor that lived in the UK prior to the ban and he specialized in compounds that could be laid on blotters. Now the 2 vendors that introduced AL-LAD, LSZ and then 1P-LSD to market, I’m starting to believe that the ETH-LAD would have gone on sale here if the ban hadn’t happened when it did as prior to the ban, one of the vendors had had a batch of !P-ETH-LAD made and it wason sale, I’m thinking that somehow the 1P-ETH-LAD was a test run for the ETH-LAD itself. The vendor made clear that the 1P-ETH-LAD was more a proof of concept and that the expense of the synthesis was just too great.
If he’d had ETH-LAD produced, even pre psychoactive substances act, ETH-:AD was illegal, but adding the 1P made that point moot, the ONLY lysergides that had been banned prior to that point were the ones in TIHKAL (AL-LAD, ETH-LAD, PRO-LAD, PARGY-LAD, LSZ, and ALD had been banned and that was last january that all but LSD and ALD-52 were banned (those 2 had long been banned). It would make sense to me if he’d decided to have the ETH-LAD synthesized for when he moved and then pay for just a little bit to be turned into the 1Pso he could at least test the market legally.
IDK though, just I have the 1P and if I’m to make a true comparison, that means I need some ETH-LAD now lol.There were actually a lot of of substituted lysergides which were developed by Albert Hoffman at sandoz after he discoved LSD (LSM-775, which I tried, was 1) but just a fraction of the ones Hoffman made are even mentioned in TIHKAL, which is slightly weird as when AL-LAD and LSZ, were banned, they banned ETH,PRO and PARGY-LAD as well despite them never being sold in the UK.
Pro-LAD and AL-LAD are mentioned in the ETH-LAD entry, here
And the others are mentioned at the bottom of the AL-LAD entry, see here
Everything mentioned on those pages is and has been banned since last january (2015) but remarkably, none of the many compounds listed on the LSD-25 entry, barring ALD-52, I don’t think was ever banned.
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