WARNING: This site contains graphic vegetarian-oriented material.Historically, the most physiologically destructive drug for me has been red meat. Addicted to meat. Get help? No. Get lamb chops. Irreversible shoulder injuries, $4.39 a pound, packaged in Styrofoam and cellophane and broiled with salt and black pepper. Messes with mind. Messes with body. Must stop. Must . . . . walk through meat department. Disgusting dead flesh calls out to me, recognizing my weakness. At home, overdosed, blood dripping from hands and face, never again, never again, never. Perhaps the appropriately gruesome www.meat.org, “the site the meat industry wish [sic] vegetarians didn’t own,” might be of assistance.
“The Effects of Cannabis on a Web-Based Lifestyle” demonstrates through a small exhibition of JPEGs, four New Bushland spiders’ ability to weave unconventional webs after dining on flies dosed with LSD, mescaline, hashish and caffeine. And, for the sake of comparison, a classic, robust, symmetrical, predictable web woven by a spider claiming to be straight. Take note of the caffeinated spider’s web: It’s by far the laziest-looking of the lot.