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    OK you ringers. Here’s a little tougher one.

    What literary work inspired the Beatles’ song “Tomorrow Never Knows?”

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueWolf View Post
    OK you ringers. Here’s a little tougher one.

    What literary work inspired the Beatles’ song “Tomorrow Never Knows?”
    Interesting. I don't know the answer but the idea that the song was inspired by a work of literature supports the idea (methinks) that the song is about meditation and not drugs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueWolf View Post
    OK you ringers. Here’s a little tougher one.

    What literary work inspired the Beatles’ song “Tomorrow Never Knows?”
    This one is right up my tiedyed alley!

    "Turn off your mind, relax, float downstream" was taken from LSD explorer Timothy Leary, whom along with a few other fellow 'travelers' wrote The Psychedelic Experience.
    John Lennon got his hands on the book along with some LSD and the Beatles Revolver Album is just the start of the Beatles psychedelic experiences.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiedyed1 View Post
    "Turn off your mind, relax, float downstream" was taken from LSD explorer Timothy Leary, whom along with a few other fellow 'travelers' wrote The Psychedelic Experience.
    Well, I have to give you credit for that although the answer I was looking for was “The Tibetan Book of the Dead.” Turns out that the full name of “The Psychedelic Experience” is “The Psychedelic Experience: A Manual Based on The Tibetan Book of the Dead.” So both answers are correct. Man, I can’t get one by you guys. Tiedyed, for your correct answer you have won a 5 minute supply of Sharpie ink, which you must scrape off your certificate when it arrives.

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    As a hobby I collect original psychedelic concert posters from the 60's; that and doing Grateful Dead tours since the 70's provided me a counterculture education that made your question second nature to me.

    The certificate ink should be on blotter paper and I will just eat it...lol.

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    OK, I think this may be a tough one:

    Who/what inspired the Rolling Stones' tongue logo?

    (the winner receives Mick Jagger's old heart valve after he gets the new one this month)

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueWolf View Post
    Nope, not a Pioneer probe. I don’t remember the Enterprise ever almost colliding with a Pioneer probe, but the Klingons did destroy Pioneer 10 as target practice in Star Trek V: The Final Frontier. In Star Trek The Motion Picture, a sentient Voyager 6 space probe was the antagonist.
    Oops. It WAS Voyager I was remembering, NOT Pioneer. It took a while to identify its radio signal. It was something like "VeeGee…".

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    Quote Originally Posted by riverbabe View Post
    Oops. It WAS Voyager I was remembering, NOT Pioneer. It took a while to identify its radio signal. It was something like "VeeGee…".
    it was called 'V-ger', because the name had worn off somewhat from the side of the probe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiedyed1 View Post
    Who/what inspired the Rolling Stones' tongue logo?
    (the winner receives Mick Jagger's old heart valve after he gets the new one this month)
    I think it’s fair to say that nobody is going to get the used heart valve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueWolf View Post
    I think it’s fair to say that nobody is going to get the used heart valve.
    Nobody got Alice Blue Gown either. Except Riverbabe but that was kind of a gift.

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