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    Quote Originally Posted by bobbys View Post
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    You make a point.

    Libs here have been...outraged... and pushed the button on me for less then hippy chicks..
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    You 2 are a riot. SB by claiming we'd do something we've already said (many times) we wouldn't do & you by this hyperbole.
    Probably pushing the button on each other...

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    Quote Originally Posted by canoeyawl View Post
    probably pushing each other.'s buttons..
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    I'm fauxing outraged that some one hasn't expressed outrage yet.

    I thought insinuating people are gay was passe here in the enlightened bilge.
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    Who's insinuating anything?
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    googled patchouli and I found it represents the mint family of plants. What did you intend?
    Ahh. I only know patchouli as a heavy, cloying incense fragrance intended to mask (or accompany) the aroma of marijuana smoke. I did not know it was a, " mint."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garret View Post
    Patchouli is a fragrance used by many in the 60s & 70s. It is particularly connected to - yep, you guessed it - hippie chicks.

    While in the mint family, it does not smell like the mint you'd put in tea or whatever.
    I absolutely can't stand the smell of Patchouli. It literally makes me gag. Speaking of gagging and hippy chicks. Years ago ( not 1969 ) I was in Woodstock with my ex, and we were in some hippy candle shop. I'm walking around and as I round the corner I'm hit with a God awful stench. It was the singular worst case of sweaty eye burning foulest body odor I have ever had to endure. As I round the isle I see a vision of a stunningly beautiful young, dewy, sun stroked blonde "Hippy Chick" reaching up for a candle. It was at that moment when the sent hit me the strongest and I realised her outstretched hairy underarm was the source of odor.
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    An acquired taste, like good cheese.

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    Canoeyawl, regarding the 1% biker patch: I am quite certain of the meaning. It has been documented in several books and documentaries, and I have had personal association with several patch holders who have that patch on their vest. As an aside, in the Hell's Angels and Outlaws, the 'badge' for a club-sanctioned assassination is a tattoo of a skull on the forearm around the club colors. Also documented in print and documentaries. You may ask why I am so confident about this knowledge; I don't want to go into greater detail than what I am about to put down, but my friend I mentioned in my story about the office brown-noser who belonged to a local bike club went on to be a full-patch member of the southern Ontario Outlaws MC, and some years earlier when I built my custom chopper at Toad's Cycles in Dartmouth, the guy building a bike beside mine, and whom I shared many beers with over the two months of the build, turned out to be a full-patch Hell's Angel later implicated in the murders of the infamous Hell's Angel's North chapter outside of Montreal. It was a very long time ago, but I recall the skulls around his Angel's death's head tat on his forearm very clearly all these years later.
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    Hi Sharpiefan. I did see that story. Thanks for the interesting content you post to the forum.

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    Thank God, indeed --

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    WTF does that mean?
    The best statement I've seen from this latest carnage came from a student who lived through it -

    "My generation will not allow this to continue!"

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    You guys are being useless. I'm going to buy her book and read it.

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    This thread needs a sound track...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Wilson View Post
    Possibly a cultural difference between here and Texas? I would NEVER refer to a woman as a 'chick' who I didn't know well and was very sure wouldn't be offended - certainly not anyone who wasn't present, and never, ever in a professional context. OTOH, I'm pretty careful about that kind of thing. In fact, other than a very occasional use in the stock expression 'hippiechick', I don't think I've used the term in 30 years.
    Keith, I agree with you, i wouldn't either. But that time I did. I don't think it is used much around here anymore either. Well there is the Dixie Chicks.

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    For a sound-track, I'd propose this --



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    Perhaps SB and BS are bespawler, bobolyne dorbels!

    Ya that's it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by peb View Post
    Well there is the Dixie Chicks.
    True, but they picked the name themselves. I saw them in concert at the MN state fair last year; they were very good.

    Here's one more for the soundtrack, Grace Slick at her peak:

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    OK, OK, this is obligatory here.

    "For a successful technology, reality must take precedence over public relations,
    for nature cannot be fooled."

    Richard Feynman

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    I like the Airplane cuts, Keith ( I just saw Jorma play Saturday night, BTW)


    Gotta play this one..



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    This one always brings back memories of hippie chicks --



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    Quote Originally Posted by paulf View Post
    Perhaps SB and BS are bespawler, bobolyne dorbels!

    Ya that's it.
    .
    You sure worry a lot about me here, kinda wierd.

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    Maybe I missed something. Has anyone posted a drawing by Crumb?

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    No Crumby drawings 'till yours <G>
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    Then, there was the tragic sub-plot of hippie chick, Jenny, in the film, Forrest Gump.

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    i don't have any problems with the culture or the lifestyle. in fact, it seems like it could be fun... for a while at least. but if yer smelly, i'm OUT. smells are a funny thing. i wonder why smells play such a big part in your preferences? i pretty much only want to smell little soap scent or light deodorant scent on someone. heavy cologne or perfume is very off putting to me as well.

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    War is peace.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Breakaway View Post
    Ahh. I only know patchouli as a heavy, cloying incense fragrance intended to mask (or accompany) the aroma of marijuana smoke. I did not know it was a, " mint."

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    I did not know it was used to mask the small of marijuana.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CWSmith View Post
    I did not know it was used to mask the small of marijuana.

    it doesn't work

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    Quote Originally Posted by CWSmith View Post
    I did not know it was used to mask the small of marijuana.
    Thassa new one on me also. And I was there, with lots of patchouli-wearing sorts. A botanist girlfriend told me that its use arose as part of the hippie's adoption of all sorts of Indian & Eastern things... where it was used as a perfume for a very long time. And I can tell you, if you were using it to mask the ganja odor... it didn't work. But the two weren't bad together. Not a fan of patchouli, but weed definitely made it better... even if it wasn't you smoking the weed.

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