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note this is a continuation of Perchance to Dream - Part 1 Well said the Bureaucrat puffing nervously on his pipe Back from the Amazons so soon Its been 18 months said Dr Susan Ogdon Ah yes Well time certainly flies doesnt it The Bureaucrat carefully inspected the faces of the two psychologists sitting in the office They seemed tanned and relaxed He wished he could go buzzing of to tropical climes any time he wished And how were the pot-smoking natives Still lost in the Stoned Age I suppose He chuckled over his little joke Roger Ogdon smiled wanly The natives are decent human beings just like you and me Some of them smoke marijuana of course but I doubt theirs isnt any more of a Stoned Age than ours Um yes said the Bureaucrat quickly swallowing his chuckle And what were the results of your study In fact he had a copy of the Ogdons report lying on his desk in front of him But he had found time to skim only the first page or so Besides he preferred to hear such things first-hand I trust you didnt come up with anything too radical Susan Ogdon sighed No our results were about the same as those that Vera Rubin and Lambros Comitas found in their study of marijuana use in Jamaica and that Pal Doughty and his colleagues at the University of Florida found in their work in Costa Rica The Bureaucrat frowned Oh you read those studies did you He wondered why scientists were always checking the literature when it seemed that tackling a problem with a fresh mind might be so rewarding He stirred his cup of coffee and took a small sip to perk him up a bit Well said the woman we began by looking at the various ways in which our natives used marijuana They chew it smoke it brew it as tea and use it
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