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hippy

and hippie (ˈhɪpi)
n. a long-haired, drug-using youth of the 1960s and 1970s. That guy looks like a hippy left over from the sixties.
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While the cars have multiplied and David Bowie and Grace Jones have been replaced by young Hollywood types, Ibiza still hums its siren hippie song.
So while I'm convinced that many (perhaps even most) hippies were authentically engaged in a radical social experiment, there must have been some youth who came--and stayed--for the sex, drugs, and rock and roll.
And just under a third (30 per cent) disagree with party politics - much like hippies, who were largely against the party system and preferred to focus on single issues like the environment.
Fontana, a story editor and writer, created such favorites as the aforementioned space hippies, the Vulcan death grip, and "Charlie X," the dangerously psychokinetic teenager, a precursor to the Columbine killers, played with icy longing by Robert Walker Jr.
Felicity, 15, who attends a private school in Kent, said: "In Costcutter on the beach they always ask for ID when you buy alcohol or even cigarettes but the hippies don't care.
The hippies had arrived in the North East, as we reported, back in 1967.
The "Y2K" might draw readers who wouldn't otherwise be interested in either hippies or homesteaders, but it might also date the book and send it to an undeservedly early obsolescence.
By the final scene and another overnight redecoration by Loquasto's crew, the theater has deteriorated into an abandoned building and has been overtaken by the band of hippies in A Field of Grass.
The hippies were mostly interested in legalized grass and wanted NORML to back initiatives permitting backyard pot cultivation.
1 place in the United States for hippies, I neither shrugged my shoulders nor jumped up on my desk and started singing "Age of Aquarius" while rolling a joint.
Jack Kerouac, father of the beats and grandfather of the hippies, may have had something to do with it.
Rule 53: Capturing Hippies, Spies, Politicians, and Murderers in an American Courtroom" is a new perspective on the decade through the eyes of a courtroom sketch artist.
TODAY marks the summer solstice, when hippies dance around big stones attempting to connect with their fellow pot-heads.