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Sound Advice Sound Advice 199: Serena Mitnik-Miller We are pleased to present our 199th installment of Sound Advice featuring Serena Mitnik-Miller. Serena is an artist and shop owner living and working in San Francisco, California. Her show INBETWEEN is on view currently at Joshua Liner Gallery through February 22nd. Sound Advice 199 01. Esto es lo que tu cerebro con drogas realmente se parece This actually raises several questions... 1. Where did they get the drugs to begin with? And how do you go about getting "permission" from the government (which I assume they had) to conduct these experiments? I can't fathom it's easy to get shrooms in Britain (since Nutt is British and works at a British university, I assume that's where he conducted the experiments).
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