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Acid Casualty

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  1. There are a lot of people out there who were casualties long before they stumbled across the acid. Certainly there are enough sane people who have survived idiot-heroic doses with their minds intact to suggest that "acid casualty" requires more of a predisposition toward mental illness than merely a propensity for reckless dosing.
  2. An acid casualty is supposedly someone that has taken too much or too large of a dose and is left "tripping forever". Anyone that understands basic biology knows that is impossible. However, certain types of people can definitely have an intense trip and then come back believing their own delusions which might be where the myth started. level 1.
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  4. Acid Casualty a Myth: No Link Found Between Psychedelics and Psychosis (Study) Data from population surveys in the United States challenge public fears that psychedelic drugs such as LSD can lead to psychosis and other mental-health conditions and to .
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  7. By the s, both fans and detractors began to view Wilson as a burned-out acid casualty. Some of the characterizations advanced by industry insiders included "genius musician but an amateur human being", "washed-up", "bloated", "another sad fucking case", and "a loser".
  8. Speaking of missing in action, the name that seems to come up most often when the term “acid casualty” is bandied about is Syd Barrett. Syd Barrett’s decline and then salvation has been exhaustively covered elsewhere, and any fans of Pink Floyd’s later work is intimately familiar with it, because the band has written songs about Syd on subsequent albums, most pointedly “Shine On You .

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