When you're baked, do you find it difficult to make what you might realise are quite mundane decisions? When you're wasted, do you despair at the choice of operating the microwave, or simply slapping some odds and ends together into a sandwich? Well, for a while, I've had a solution that I'd like you all to help expand on Its called "Stoner Mathematics". A while ago, I was faced with a decision, one i can't remember obviously, but i was stuck, stoned and hungry (munchies, it was probably for munchies...ah yes, it comes back to me): I was in town, and i wanted some food; it was past 5, so much of the shops were shut. I could either walk down to the bottom of town (its two main streets at a right angle to eachother on a large, large hill) to the local Kebaby where the food isn't very...fulfilling, or i could walk uptown to a decent fish and chip shop. It was raining, and the wind was blowing into the face of people walking up the hill. I also had to be somewhere quite quickly, so time was an issue as well. What did i do, you ask? Well you know, i can't remember the choice But,I used Stoner Mathematics. It basically involves whittling down all the little quirks you have with the choices of action, until you are faced with an often enlightening and uplifting solution. Any insight?