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Fear And Loathing in Eastern Canada: Tea With Troy Little Part One

Back in 1971, Hunter S. Thompson was hired by a sports magazine to report on the famous Mint 400, a wild 
off-road race through the desert outside Las Vegas. 2,415 more words


"Buy The Ticket, Take The Ride"

I recently finished writing my dissertation which, to cut a long story short, was an argument about the value of drug literature within post-modern discourses. One of the chapters focused on the work of Hunter S. 656 more words


Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas (1998)

Hunter S. Thompson’s semi-autobiographical novel and essay on the emptiness of the American dream in post sixties Las Vegas is brought to life by Terry Gilliam in a way very few could’ve managed; his mixture of lurid visuals, surreal humour and celebration of the grotesque captures its spirit perfectly. 184 more words


Ikea Giltig by Katie Eary. The first collaboration with a fashion designer

Ikea launched recently Giltig by Katie Eary, the first collection of furniture, kitchenware and bed sheets created by a fashion designer.

The menswear designer Katie Eary transcribed her bold kaleidoscopic style to the Giltig home goods collection creating digital prints inspired by her younger brothers and the psychedelic and mysterious character of Johnny Depp in the movie… 98 more words


Excerpt from Chapter One

Daulton Dickey.

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Like an explosion propelling a bullet from its chamber, Gummo’s fist blasted through the air and rocketed toward me. 1,784 more words

Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas

United States of Books - Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (Audiobook) by Hunter S. Thompson, Ron McLarty

I’m a long-time fan of the Narrator, Ron McLarty, but didn’t know he did audiobooks — I need to go track some down, probably not this one, though. 440 more words