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hippies

1960s “dropouts of American culture” usually identified with very long hair adorned with flowers. [Popular Culture: Misc.]
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Hippies weren't leaving quite as many dimes and quarters at the head shops either.
Hippie Butter founder, Brad Ervin, is a chef, a 25-year rock 'n' roll sound engineer, and now the CHO (Chief Hemp Officer) and founder of the rapidly emerging, Hippie Butter Hemp Seed Food Products.
nl/trail/) his hippie trail website are a testament to the effect the journey had on a generation of travelers.
By this point, those rednecks weren't just jeering the same sheriff as the hippies.
I am delighted that Hippie is a national bestseller and want to thank Barry Miles and our people at Sterling for producing such a unique book," said Charles Nurnberg, chief executive officer of Sterling Publishing.
The Golden Hippie is a talent that stands above either of those ideas.
A former self-described hippie standup comic, he's now a born again businessman who puts his vocal talents to work recording celebrity impressions for cell phone ringtones, commercials and video games, all from a walk-in closet recording studio at his Tujunga home.
Don't you have to be a hippie to skate for Element?
And even though "How to Smoke Bananas" is a chapter in Portlander Chelsea Cain's latest book - "The Hippie Handbook" - she doesn't recommend that you actually try this one.
You'll find that anecdote, and many more like it, in Hippie, a spectacularly designed (by Grant Scott) coffee table book from Sterling Publishing that is every bit as captivating, colorful, and self-congratulatory as the social type it describes.
It is based around hippie bikers Fonda and Hopper taking a journey across America looking for freedom.
The only entertainment to be had was watching Jeremy Clarkson - imagine my shame if this sentence had ended there - trying to deny he was ever a hippie.