Figurski at Findhorn on Acid



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Ted: Shouldn't you be speaking French "Michel," that would be more realistic. Keep your pants on will you. The serial numbers are still on the bottom and I've got the map in my head.

Gene: Of course, the universal translator! The dishwashers were always playing reruns back in the kitchen, that's how I know about the translator. We'd be helpless here without it.

Michel: A map is the one thing I lacked when I died the first time. I did not lack desire and will, or even a camera in the desert. It seems that the longer I go between trips, the more trails I see when he juggles.

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