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So, lately Molly has been around my area a lot. Its pretty popular and theres a never ending supply of it. Ive taken it about a half dozen times, and while I like it, I always feel theres something missing. Specifically, Id always heard that MDMA was a stimulant, made you want to get up and dance. Ive always found that all MDMA makes me want to do is chill the fuck out. Even more recently, a "new" drug called Sass has begun circling through my crowd. Sass is slang for MDA. I hadnt really been interested in getting any of it, but one night I wanted molly and there was only sass. FANTASTIC! Its every thing Ive ever wanted out of molly, I have energy, Im empathetic, its slightly psychedelic, theres even CEVs if you give it time. What I didnt like about it, was the crash. From Molly, Ive always had a very gradual come down, over the course of a couple of hours, and Im fine the next day. the first time I took MDA, however, I felt the serotonin stop flowing all at once, and the next day i was a wreck. So the next time I took Sass, it was supposed to be a combination of MDMA and MDA. This was the sweet spot, let me tell you. Me and two friend each split a half gram, so 166~mgs each. the high came on in a matter of minutes, and proceeded the whole night. We didnt even do anything, but we all had sooo much fun talking and moving around and shit. the comedown was gradual enough that smoking bowls made it completely tolerable, and I felt a little tired the next day, but nothing major. I really like this combo, and I feel almost compelleed to do it again (haha). Sass kicks ass!
The books of every religion record miracles of healing, and other great powers, worked by God or the prophets. The belief in that power underlies and upholds the religion. And the modern-day theologians don't have that power. And they look at science, with doctors who can heal the sick, and physicists who can destroy cities, and engineers who can put people on the Moon, and they see science as a competing religion. Hence the conflict. And yet, there's no such thing as science. Knowing how to make an atom bomb is absolutely no different from knowing how to drop a rock, and it is nothing more to marvel at.