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Fear & Loathing In the Redneck Police State

We were somewhere around November on the edge of the election when the Busch Lite and cheap Canadian whiskey began to take hold…

Welcome to America’s Redneck Renaissance. 499 more words


A Good Suicide Note - 11.9.17

I look around and all I see is darkness, betrayal. No matter what the human condition will always do what’s best. But I search for belonging. 603 more words


Opinion Piece: Johnny Gosch

After watching the “Who Took Johnny?” Netflix documentary a year or so ago(https://www.netflix.com/title/80057280), it took some digging to find out any new information on his possible whereabouts. 1,173 more words

A man has to BE something

What should we do with our lives? What line of work should I pursue? We all as ourselves these questions. In April 1958 while serving in the US Air Force, Hunter Thompson was asked these questions by his friend. 484 more words


Hunter Thompson

Comet named Gonzo,
flashed red, white, and red again–
flag for a crossing.
John Biscello

Friday Fives - quit yer job

If you could quit your job and pursue your hobby full-time with financial security, what hobby would you pursue?

Writing.  I enjoy all writing.  Obviously, I prefer the kind of writing where I can inject my opinions, perspective, and humor.  431 more words

Review: Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas by Hunter S. Thompson

Publisher: Random House

Publication Year: 1971

Length: 204 pages

Synopsis (from Goodreads):

Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas is the best chronicle of drug-soaked, addle-brained, rollicking good times ever committed to the printed page. 711 more words