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|Whether that was a sensible or informed choice or one made through |
observation of those who did, or maybe fear, I can't comment. I'm sure it was John
Lennon who said 'Drugs are for people who can't face reality, and reality is for
|Joyce Milton "An alcoholic is someone you don't like who drinks as much as you |
do." — Dylan ... Timothy Leary "No drug, not even alcohol, causes the
fundamental ills of society. ... P. J. O'Rourke "Reality is for people who can't face
|—Lewis Mumford, The Conduct of Life (1951) Reality is that which, when you |
stop believing in it, doesn't go away. —Philip K. Dick, I Hope I Shall Arrive Soon (
1985) Reality is for people who can't face drugs. —Laurence J. Peter, Peter's ...
|What counts then, is to come to grips with reality. The rest can go. - Pavese, |
Cesare Reality is for people who can't face drugs. - Peter, Laurence J. You too
must not count too much on your reality as you feel it today, since like yesterday,
it may ...
|Sometimes there was the suggestion that drugs open your eyes to the horror of |
things as they are—an adventure for the spiritually fortified only. (“Reality is for
people who can't face drugs,” as Tom Waits used to say.) The famous line in the ...
|Names and faces have been changed due to incontinence of the memory and a |
desire to cloud the past with a haze of hydrophobic rage. At this point facts are
immaterial. To quote Lily Tomlin, reality is for people who can't cope with drugs.
|Peter, Laurence J. Reality is for people who can't face drugs. - Peter, Laurence J. |
If at first you don't succeed, lie, lie again. - Peter, Laurence J. Man cannot live by
incompetence alone. - Peter, Laurence J. Don't knock the rich. When did a poor ...
|Please don't beat me up again tonight for having fun rinse my nerves with Long |
& Silky Colombian Dope Colombian Coffee where's that note I wrote on that
matchbook? “Reality's for people that can't face drugs” if the shoe fits. . . grow just
|For some women, addictive drug use is one way of adapting to a 'dire situation,' |
as Alexander (1990) states in his adaptive model ... It's not that people want to go
on methadone, it's that they get to a point in their life, they say, I've tried to quit, I
can't quit. ... And I think they have to come to more real ... y'know, face up to reality
|A collection of poems, diary entries, and drawings by the Doors' driving force is accompanied by a Morrison "self-interview" and an afterword by his best friend|