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  • to row their way out to the island. Upon reaching the tiny isolated land mass, the elated hippies do a free form dance, skinny dip and, when dusk hits
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  • Yertward Mazamanian (category Hippie movement)
    Finger Eddie", was an American hippie of Armenian descent, who was credited with popularizing Goa, India as a hippie destination from the mid-1960s onward
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  • subcultures (grunge musicians were often influenced by a mixture of the punk, hippie, emo and heavy metal subcultures). Not all minority lifestyles are held[by
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  • Patchouli (category Hippie movement)
    in the 1960s and 1970s in the US and Europe, mainly as a result of the hippie movement of those decades. Patchouli leaves have been used to make a herbal
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  • Andrew (2013-05-31). "Sirius Squanders Its Political Arguments on CSETI Hippies in the Desert". Village Voice. Retrieved 2013-12-06. Official website Sirius
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  • Present B17 Hi-Bi 하이 바이 BanYa PIU Original Drum and Bass 145 70s American hippies in guitar and trumpet performance. Present Hi-Bi is one of the several
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  • Haight-Ashbury Switchboard (category Hippie movement)
    During the "hippie" period 1967–1968 in San Francisco, an individual named Al Rinker started an organization located at 1830 Fell St in the city's Haight
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  • as Malcolm Duncan Amy Smart as Stacy (Hippie #1) Timothy Levitch as Hector (Hippie #2) Andy Dick as Jesse (Hippie #3) The character of Macbeth is presented
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  • on her career until Polanski told her that he wanted to be married to "a hippie, not a housewife."[citation needed] The couple returned to Los Angeles and
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  • explosion of psychedelic art on posters and the artists as leaders in the hippie counterculture community. Psychedelic light-shows were a new art-form developed
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  • You Are What You Eat (film) (category Hippie films)
    semi-documentary movie that attempts to capture the essence of the 1960s flower power hippie era and the Haight-Ashbury scene. The film features locally known personalities
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  • https://news.yahoo.com/vera-wang-returns-hippie-hair-214308733.html Article "Vera Wang returns, with hippie hair and couture lingerie" by Jocelyn Noveck
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  • 2:59 "Blessing in Disguise" 3:51 "Everything in You" 3:16 "Mother Is a Hippie" 3:03 "Let's Be Together" 3:38 "The Thing" 3:23 "Family Again" 2:49 Sly
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  • Booth once worked on the set of Bounty Law. He takes notice of the many hippies living there (the Manson Family). Suspecting they may be taking advantage
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  • Klabauter or kobold. In the folklore of the Low Countries, kabouters are tiny people who live underground, in a hill for instance. (In modern children's
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  • being an outsider, and Jim Morrison may have addressed the song both to the hippie culture, to outsiders in general or to users of drugs such as LSD, or both
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  • at one time to be named "Waldmire" after Bob Waldmire, a self-proclaimed hippie artist known to Rt. 66 fans for his detailed pen-and-ink maps and postcards
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  • "Alexander Supertramp." In Northern California, McCandless encounters a hippie couple named Jan Burres and Rainey. Rainey tells McCandless about his failing
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  • enrolled at the City College of San Francisco before dropping out to become a "hippie". In the mid-1970s Lofton attended the City College of New York and obtained
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  • producer Tim Braun, percussionist for American red dirt metal ensemble Texas Hippie Coalition Tim Maia, stage name of Sebastião Rodrigues Maia, Brazilian singer-songwriter
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