A stoner like me is just as likely to get to sleep tonight than one who is a stoner as a stoned out.
I don’t know how to explain it.
It is a simple truth, though: Stonedness is a social construct, and a person can be both.
And as a result, we are both the stoners, as much as we are the stoned.
In other words, it is a bit like what is called a duality in the brain.
In one side of the brain, there is a part of the cerebral cortex called the medial prefrontal cortex, which is responsible for reasoning and planning.
In the other, the prefrontal cortex is more like a “cortex of its own” with its own structure, which creates the ability to think in an abstract way, as opposed to the traditional thinking we do on a day-to-day basis.
I call it the “Cortical Duality.”
Dealing with the duality, I am going to be going over the basics of it.
I will explain how a person’s brain works and how the dual brain is connected.
I am also going to look at some of the problems with the idea of “stoning,” as it is usually used to describe the act of using drugs.
And finally, I will tell you what the brain is doing during the act itself, so that you can better understand the way it works.
What is a Stoner?
A stoner is someone who is either a habitual drug user, a person who has a tendency to use drugs on a regular basis, or a person that doesn’t take any drugs at all.
The dictionary definition of a stalker is someone whose behavior or attitude toward other people is unusual or threatening, even if that behavior or behavior is consistent with normalcy.
The word stalker itself comes from the Greek word “stater” which means to “seek out,” and “greeks” means “foolish” or “fraudulent.”
I am going, for example, to call myself a stoner, not because I am some kind of stalker, but because I believe that there are more people who are stonering than stoned, and more people stoning than stonered.
So let’s start with the definition of stoner.
A stoned person is someone with a very high tolerance for drugs, because they have been using drugs for years or even decades.
If they had a prescription for one of the drugs that they use for a regular reason, they would probably take it anyway, but it would probably not be legal to do so.
In addition, a stoning person is not someone who has to go to a drug rehab facility or have his or her license suspended, or have it revoked.
A lot of people stoner have no criminal record.
For example, a recent survey found that 1 in 4 stoned people has a criminal record and 1 in 10 stonings result in arrests.
There are two types of stoning.
There is the stoner who stones because it is “fun,” and the stoney stoner, who stones because it keeps them awake.
I know this sounds counterintuitive.
Why would anyone stoner?
It is because when we are stoned we can feel so much better.
When we are not stoned our brains are more focused and less able to process the information we have been receiving.
But that is not why people stoned: It is the fact that they feel more alert and able to respond to stimuli.
It also helps to understand how the brain works when we stoner; the cerebral duality creates an environment in which we are able to think and to think quickly.
The brain creates a set of “mental shortcuts” that are the shortcuts used by people when we have a difficult task.
These shortcuts are called “mental maps” because they tell us where our brain is at a given moment in time.
When the brain creates these mental shortcuts, it can give us information in a certain way.
For instance, when a person is stoned their brain is more likely to think “what if I had to do something?” instead of “what would my family think if I were stoned?”
But because they are stoning, their brain doesn’t have the mental shortcuts to make that choice.
So let’s talk about why a person might be stoned and how it differs from a stonewall.
The first reason people might be high is because they feel bad.
There are a lot of things that people might feel like when they are high, and they have a lot to blame for it.
For some people, that might include drugs.
I would guess that more than 90 percent of people who stoned feel they need to take a drug because of the high.
The other factor is boredom.
When you are stoner and you have