I have recently had more than one occasion to quote from the inimitable Hunter S. 3,912 more words
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Nothing is more dangerous than literature.
You’re all readers, so I don’t have to provide a list. You can think of books that your parents or teachers considered dangerous (and you were determined to read them for that reason, if for no other). 996 more words
Non-Fiction Review: Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas: A Savage Journey to the Heart of the American Dream by Hunter S. Thompson
Hunter S. Thompson is hired to cover an off-road, motor race in the Las Vegas desert. The problem is that there isn’t much to write home about except for the dust. 447 more words
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When you hear the words “monkey” and “hunting,” what comes to mind? Searching through forests, rifle in hand, as you keep an eye out for primates swinging from tree to tree so that you can kill them with one decisive pull on the trigger of your 12-gauge pump shotgun, blowing said Curious George to smithereens? 357 more words