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Zach Lisabeth posts on 1/1/2012 Zach Lisabeth has just written a review of The Rum Diary which you can see here
Zach Lisabeth posts on 1/1/2012 Zach Lisabeth has just written a review of Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas which you can see here
Claude posts on 7/20/2009 5:40:11 PM Does anyone know where the quote :"It’s a stupid, dangerous, HELLISH world . . . But don’t let it FRIGHTEN you!! Walk tall, kick ass, learn to speak Arabic, love music and never forget you come from a long line of truth seekers, lovers and warriors."*HUNTER S. THOMPSON*" comes from...?



tomas posts on 7/14/2005 12:26:55 AM Can't buy happiness no matter what you do Can't get to heaven on roller skates Can't take a taxi cab to Timbuktu Life is hard (see ya hunter, in the next life)
salty dog posts on 3/10/2005 7:33:12 PM Johanna,books i can sugest, anything by Bukowski, The L.A. diaries by James Brown, Junky by William Burroughs, and The peculiar memories of Thomas Penman by Bruce Robinson.
Duke posts a grand solution on 3/9/2005 1:57:13 PM Well presumably you know of Fear and Loathing in Las vegas #Hunter's Seminal piece. Try Hells angels or Fear and loathing on campaign trail 72. My personal favorite is Screwjack, but that's pretty rare. The library should have most of them try looking under Journalism or Biographies, that's where they're usually kept.
Duke posts a grand solution on 3/9/2005 1:57:09 PM Well presumably you know of Fear and Loathing in Las vegas #Hunter's Seminal piece. Try Hells angels or Fear and loathing on campaign trail 72. My personal favorite is Screwjack, but that's pretty rare. The library should have most of them try looking under Journalism or Biographies, that's where they're usually kept.
Duke posts a grand solution on 3/9/2005 1:56:34 PM Well presumably you know of Fear and Loathing in Las vegas #Hunter's Seminal piece. Try Hells angels or Fear and loathing on campaign trail 72. My personal favorite is Screwjack, but that's pretty rare. The library should have most of them try looking under Journalism or Biographies, that's where they're usually kept.
Johanna posts on 3/9/2005 10:38:28 AM I've been reading the rum diary by thompson and i thougt it was great. I would love to read more of his writing, but the rum diary was the only book by him in our liberary. I would therefore like some sugestions on other similar books/authors, with the same feeling, location etc..
George Loftis posts on 2/24/2005 10:45:24 AM Perhaps Hunter decided to shoot himself because he realized his property was one of the few remaining places in Colorado he could smoke . . . maybe he was tired of being "Hunter S. Thompson"; maybe he had received some bad medical news, and given a choice, decided to go out on his terms; or, maybe he could feel the weight of the universe upon him, making him cosmically tired and he knew the big sleep was the only sleep there was. The point is, it doesn't matter why he did it; he did not go gentle into that good night, spending his last days in some kind of "assisted living" establishment. That would have been a tragedy for a man who somehow managed to make a career out of living his life wide-open and writing about it. Let us mark his death by celebrating our lives as he did his. Hunter, we'll miss you.
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