sorry lama, but turn on ,tune in , and drop out was the worst advice I ever took. At least the drop out part, I wish he said, "turn on, tune in, and takeover! Anybody seen "SuperHigh Me" yet?
Truckin, like the doo dah man
Once told me you got to play your hand
Sometimes, the cards ain't worth a dime
If you don't lay em down
AKA TOMMY CHONG
If you haven't seen this yet, I strongly recomend you watch it. Lot of interesting things how Chong was set up for selling pipes.
Dr. Tim Leary (playing himself):
"You want the key.
I've got the key.
To the unniverse!"
as he doses C&C.
Tune In, Turn On, Drop Out!
"The task is, not so much to see what no one has yet seen; but to think what nobody has yet thought, about that which everybody sees." - Erwin Schrödinger
but I'll ask around.
bear with me cuz i haven't caught up on the last year's worth of posts, but what has become of the movie based on Jerry's life story??? i remember someone mentioned it back in '07, and hope it is still in the works.
nothing left to do but smile, smile, smile
don't let the "giggle patrol" hear ya
Watced this movie last nite, FUNNY!
Very glad you agree with me! Your observations are dead on. The F.B.I.chief (or whatever)-was brilliant. His face when he found out how they took the disk to the Russians was almost worth the whole rest of the movie. "The Russians?" blank puzzled look, then shrug- "whatever". HAHAHA. Brad Pitt made me snort on several occasions. Think he was great in that dipshit role, Francis McDormand(sp) just adorable with her mission to reinvent herself;and sigh-yes Malkovich was brilliant, as ever. Agree that was no bad performance whatsoever. Whole cast were both blatantly and subtly hilarious.
It's the end of the world as we know it, and I feel fine