Evidence of 'black drink' found at Cahokia near modern day St. Louis
In the 1600s, Europeans exploring the American southeast wrote of a purification ritual practiced by the native people, involving dancing, vomiting, and large amounts of what the travelers called black drink.
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#1 Aug 11, 2012
i can tell
#2 Aug 11, 2012
You can tell all the way from CA? it's called Monsanto Mohitos.
#3 Aug 11, 2012
still re-cooping from the tore-ment**
Since: Feb 11
#4 Aug 12, 2012
I wish that flowed from my pipes. I would invite my neighbors over for drinks and some hide the nasty store hot dog.
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