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Timothy Leary also known as Uncle Tim The messiah of LSD and The most dangerous man in America was born on October 22 1920 in Springfield Massachusetts He went to a public high school where he discovered girls and the ability to attract attention from those in authority After high school he attended Jesuit College Holy Cross but Tim wasnt satisfied with Holy Cross so he took a test to get into West Point He got very high marks and was accepted Timothy was very enthused and proud to be at West Point However his enthusiasm faded when he realized that he was being trained not to think but to follow One day on a return trip from a football game Timothy was invited to drink with a few of the upper classmen who brought some bottles of whiskey The illicit event was unfortunately discovered the next day and the Cadet Honor Committee punished Tim by inflicting a kind of solitary confinement everyone was forbidden to speak a word to him A date was set for a court-martial Timothy was aquitted in less than two minutes which caused the disgruntled and unsatisfied Committee to maintain the silence punishment Leary had to endure nine months of being ignored When he became a sophomore some of the cadet officers whom where not on the Honor Committee approached Tim to talk about the situation They informed him that the whole business was causing morale problems They wanted to make a deal for Tims departure He said that he would leave Westpoint if the honor committee would read a statement in the mess hall proclaiming his innocence They returned two days later with an approval Tim went back home and applied to more colleges He was accepted to the University of Alabama where he became a psychology major Shortly after Tim was expelled for sleeping over at the girls dormitory He was an A student When he was kicked
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