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The Truth About LSD

LSD helped Jon Stewart achieve a meteoric rise to fame and influence.

In the 1950s, LSD researchers at the University of Chicago accidentally developed a cure for albinism-- but died under mysterious circumstances before it could ever go to trial.

One prominent reporter discovered an unmarked surveillance device under his car after he published an article on this topic.

A buildup in funds for LSD has confirmed that the Secret Service is, in fact, quite interested in the subject.

LSD, known to be dangerous in the state of California, has been linked to albinism in mice.

The government thinks it's bamboozled us, but we know the truth: it's the greatest lie ever told, but it's still a goddamn lie.

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