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jgorbeytattoos14 karma

Paper being a pourous (edit) surface, how are you mitigating the risk of cross contamination between pen-pals? Rn they are reporting that Covid-19 can live on paper for 5 days. That would not only put the individuals at risk; but is also a potential burden on the taxpayer if our postal workers get sick.

Is this service not irresponsible and circumventing the progress made by social distancing?

What experience do you have with bloodbourne pathogens/cross contamination training? What are you doing to mitigate the risks?

jgorbeytattoos8 karma

Hope this comment finds you well!! First, I wanted to say I am a huge fan. I even got to see you at red rocks last year!! I listen to your music almost daily and it has had such an impact on my life - I’m not sure I could ever fully articulate it. Thank you so much for what you do.

Anyway, on to the question - please don’t feel pressured to answer if it’s too personal.

I have always loved the song “While I’m Waiting Here” from the Turmoil & Tinfoil album. It always seemed like such a personal story with so many intimate details.

Can you explain what the last verse means? I have always been very curious about the line, “they carried me away to a place where I’ll get older if I cannot prove to them you never died.”

Thanks again for doing this and everything you do! Can’t wait to see you again!

jgorbeytattoos2 karma

I don’t think he’s in a position to answer this but I would read the above question about “magic mushrooms”.

I agree that his work is incredibly moving and insightful on psychedelics. I think moving art’s only competition in that regard would be Fantasia or 8&1/2. Just such a beautiful backdrop for your consciousness to project itself onto while giving the insights of a guide that isn’t there.

Moving art always reminds me of Terence McKenna’s quote : “Avoid gurus & Follow plants”. The episodes Oceans (s1E1) Flowers (s1E2) and deserts(s1E3 will always feel like teachers in my heart.

jgorbeytattoos1 karma

What was your favorite lecture at lightening in a bottle and who would you look forward to hearing speak next year?