Should Borax Submit a Drug Test?

Question by sp77511: Should borax submit a drug test?
Kansas City, St Louis….borax dont know what city he is in and you want him to be president? I dont think he ever quit using drugs..Do you?

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Answer by geoffj981
I don’t think he ever had a brain.

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16 Responses to Should Borax Submit a Drug Test?

  • MikeSnake says:

    Are you snorting borax right now? What the fukc are you talking about?

  • CORSI says:

    idid you read my book yet?

  • Edubbplate says:

    Just being light-hearted…sorry…?

  • EmilioCasavegas says:

    Are you trying to destroy your own credibility??

  • Edubbplate says:

    nah nah nah? nah!

  • EmilioCasavegas says:

    I retract my statement and concede that I don’t know as much about shamanism as you do. But, my definition is one that you can read in any encyclopedia or dictionary or even National Geographic or Smithsonian magazine article. If you want to refer to Jesus as a shaman because he shares many attributes that aren’t part of the standard definition for the? purpose of illustrating a deeper meaning that yet alludes me, I guess I can’t really argue.

  • Edubbplate says:

    And whose definition are you looking to? I would? like you to explain. Don’t quit the debate. I’m truly interested. I’ve read many books on shamanic practice, qualities, and practices, and the Biblical Jesus is often cited as an example of having these qualities. I’ll definitely give you some books after you explain how Jesus doesn’t not fit the shamanic archetype. I’d appreciate your source also.

  • EmilioCasavegas says:

    Whatever man, if you feel that strongly about it, you can have it? your way. But that ain’t the definition of a shaman, at least from an academic viewpoint.

  • Edubbplate says:

    First “your Jesus” is supposed to be a slight, but I’m not a Christian. Secondly, a person who traverses and lives in both this world and the next is a shaman, a? person who dies and is reborn is a shaman, miracles, spiritual guiding, being outside of society, and being a transformational figure are all shamanic qualities. Keep trying.

  • EmilioCasavegas says:

    I mean, not to belittle your Jesus or anything, the definition of a? shaman is just very different than what Jesus did.

  • Edubbplate says:

    Alright.?

  • EmilioCasavegas says:

    Actually, no.? He’s not.

  • Edubbplate says:

    Jesus? was the very definition of a Shaman.

  • cp30teeroos says:

    I ate Amanitas and they are most certainly psychedelic. Mix them with a few leaves from the tomato plant for the atropine? which is the antidote for muscarine and you won’t get sick ..eat a whole cap of fresh Amanita and you will trip nicely. A very strong body high that seems to give you incredible strength and coordination along with nice visual hallucinations.

  • Hashishin13 says:

    Amanitas are kinda like being drunk, but a little different. You should read? the trip reports at erowid . com as its very complex. Theres a cycle and during the sleeping part you might have crazy dreams, I forget.

  • Hashishin13 says:

    Wow, we need to dope up some goats, in the name? of science!

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