“The most serious danger in clandestine operations comes not from spies or infiltrators but from the inadequacy of the human beings who compose the underground. One of the most critical areas of underground work is the teaching of members to maintain silence. Normal curiosity leads members to find out more information than they should know.”
—-A.R. Molnar, J.M. Tinker, and J.D. LeNoir, in HUMAN FACTORS CONSIDERATIONS OF UNDERGROUNDS IN INSURGENCIES, a 1966 Department of the U.S. Army pamphlet.
THIS IS MY FAVORITE SONG EVER!!!!
(Please click on “BANDCAMP” to hear the song)
“I remember the first time I took acid and walked outside and the cars were kissing the parking meters.”
—-Owsley, about something that happened in Berkeley in 1964, in an article by Robert Greenfield, Rolling Stone, 7.12. 2007.
“…all you can do is draw incomprehensible weirdnesses…”
—-Don, describing tripping on “windowpane” LSD. (from the 1997 book RETRO HELL: Life in the ’70s and ’80s, from Afros to Zotz. By the editors of “‘Ben is Dead” magazine.)
“Der emes iz der bester ligun.” (The truth is the best lie.)