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Max Yasgur's Glasses
Max Yasgur's Glasses

Origin

Max Yasgur/Woodstock Festival

Type

Glasses

Effects

Induces psychedelic visions

Downsides

Makes the user headstrong and fiercely defiant of opposition

Activation

Wearing

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Euterpe-583L

Aisle

839041-5504

Shelf

145830-9287-122

Date of Collection

April 22, 1989

[Source]


OriginEdit

Max Yasgur was a dairy farmer in upstate New York who temporarily leased his land for the use of the 1969 Woodstock Arts and Music Festival. Even though he received some threats, it was outnumbered by the amount of support. Yasgur was quick to make friends with the younger generation that was appearing in spite of the age gap between them. When he discovered some were trying to sell water at the concert, he gave away free water and milk.

EffectsEdit

Induces psychedelic visions of singing and dancing within the wearer. Afterimages will last for about a minute after they are removed. The user becomes nobler and will fiercely defy anyone who opposes them. Also, it affects sold bottled beverages strangely. The container will become filled with a more potent form of energy, and the drinker will start to heavily “trip out” and imagine things.

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