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I just thought I that you might be able to make use of an observation I've recently made. I recently had a lot of Goth friends who, when rave culture became prevalent, all instantaneously turned into ravers. This transition itself is strange enough, but in addition to that, my normally cheery goth friends all became really surly ravers. As backwards as this effect seems, I believe the explanation may lie in the changes in the drugs they use.

As far as I know, E works by stimulating the pineal gland, causing it to circulate more seratonin than the user may be used to. To reach equilibrium I guess, the pineal gland produces less seratonin than usual, causing one to be less happy and sociable than they are on average.

Short term, this stuff is great, especially for introverts who would like to give extroversion a try. It can even have very positive long term effects by showing such people that they are at all capable of socialization.

In other words, I'd personally recommend experimentation with this drug to pretty much anyone, but be wary of long term usage, as it seems to reverse itself after awhile
by Tom

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