Montana Man Takes Acid, Watches The View

The push for legal Psilocybin for medical purposes has hit an all time high. Mushrooms have been known to treat addiction, PTSD, anxiety, seizures, and a myriad of other disorders. Not limited to just mushrooms, LSD has been used effectively in micro-dosing to help pain management and overall well-being.

A University of Montana student recently tested a theory regarding the effects of LSD on a human with no diagnosis of any ailments. Rich Skeither, a sophomore English Major, decided to attempt micro-dosing, but on a large scale called macro-dosing. On Monday, November 26th, Skeither took enough LSD to make Moby Dick fly. He described his experience as "overall fun" and "actually pretty enlightening." Skeither was wandering the halls of Miller Hall when he came upon the TV room. He noticed ABC's The View was on. The View is a show where five women discuss different topics. After seeing the show, he sat and watched the entire episode, logging his thoughts as he went.

"I felt something prolific. I knew I had to write it down for others to experience. I thought at the end, I had written a novel, but when I looked down, my paper said only the following:


I was baffled by this, so I watched another episode without LSD. It was true. This show is comprised of the ugliest hags Hollywood could muster up, and they do nothing but bitch about nothing and hate on men. It was at that point that I decided, these women shouldn't be heard and I started the Celebrities Using Network Television Stupidly. C.U.N.T.S. is a non-profit organization that helps stifle the voices of ignorant women."

Infinity +1 Snews has requested more infomation on this non-profit. Skeither sad he'll provide all the literature he can after a few more macro-doses.

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