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Review of Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998)

Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas is a 1998 dark comedy film directed by Terry Gilliam and written by Gilliam, Tony Grisoni, Alex Cox, and Tod Davies. 472 more words

Untitled Observation, Part One: Easter Dawn

Hunter S. Thompson once famously wrote, “I hate to advocate drugs, alcohol, violence, or insanity to anyone, but they’ve always worked for me.” And while I possess neither the vices, nor more importantly, the insight that Mr. 1,038 more words

Stray Thoughts

News & Nostalgia: The Slow Death of the Salt Lake Tribune and Hard Reporting Showcased in Bundy Debacle

News & Nostalgia: By Ed Kociela, Guest Writer

I was 15 when I earned my first byline.

There was a small daily newspaper in Southern California that was hyper-local in coverage, as they like to say in today’s media world, and I had pretty much set my course in life when I started high school, with the desire to be a newspaperman. 2,953 more words

Connecting To Community

Johnny Depp Making Weird Faces

A supercut of Johnny Depp making funny faces in various movies.


Fear and Loathing in the Brotherhood

As the centuries went by, the Assassin Brotherhood knew many notable recruits and allies. From the dedicated Altaïr Ibn-La’Ahad, the sceptic likes of Aveline de Grandpré or Nikolai Orelov, to the reluctant hero Edward Kenway. 1,084 more words

Assassin Brotherhood

welcome to bat country: reading fear and loathing in las vegas

Hello lovely Red Chair Readers,

I’ll start off this week by saying this book is not for the faint-hearted or weak-stomached.

If the idea of gushing blood, violent reptiles, projectile vomiting and drug-induced psychological breakdowns does not appeal to you, or worse, offends or repulses you, then Hunter S. 384 more words

Red Chair


It’s not easy gleaming much in the way of fun from vast religious texts. As Hunter S. Thompson said, ‘there’s not a scintilla of mercy or humour in the Holy Bible. 171 more words