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Slang for a speed freak.
Named after a medieval torture device.
A dildo in the William Burroughs novel 'Naked Lunch'.
They wanted a generic name void of any preconceptions about their style of music.
A term meaning you smoked pot and goofed off all day.
From a William Blake quote 'If the doors of perception were to be cleansed every thing would appear to man as it is, infinite'.
Inspired by a friend and a logo on 'Olympia' beer cans.
Keith Moon joked that the creation of a Super Band would go over like a lead balloon.
A Pete De Rose song.
The average amount a man ejaculates.
A British inventor/farmer in the 1800's who invented the precurser to the modern plow.
The brothers Gibb.
Boys Entering Anarchistic States Toward Internal Excellence
Title of an unemployment form.
Named after a state of sleep.
The name of an S&M book a band member found on a sidewalk in New York.
A type of spy plane used by the United States.
A villan in the 1967 Jane Fonda movie 'Barbarella'.
Police code for indecent exposure.
Named after Robert E. Lee High school gym coach.
After the mythical river that people crossed over to go into Hell.
A 1972 movie starring Jeff Bridges.
Inspired by an Australian Aborigine custom of sleeping with three canines on extremely cold nights.
In Buddhism it means the state of perfect blessedness attained through the annihilation of the self.
Portuguese for 'panther'.
Named after a 1963 horror movie starring Boris Karloff.

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