Hunter S. Thompson Message Board

Matt posts on 2/21/2005 12:56:19 AM No other sign then the death of Mr. Thompson is better proof that the end is here. Who will stand up now and scream against the madness of the day? I say goodbye to the F. Scott Fitzgerald of our time. Say it ain't so Hunter, say it ain't so. Throw back a shot of the John Powers Irish for Mr. won't soon see another like this one.
Dave Watts posts on 2/21/2005 12:54:02 AM A true American original. What a kick in the balls. He was one of the last, true rebels.
Julian Ua'Siaghail posts on 2/21/2005 12:19:54 AM You did great things for politics and people the world over. You will be missed!

Matt Drudge posts on 2/20/2005 11:22:36 PM Hunter S. Thompson, the acerbic counter-culture author of books such as "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas," fatally shot himself Sunday night at his Aspen-area home, his son said. He was 67.
Kate posts on 2/1/2005 2:06:30 PM I don't know how anyone could ever dream of topping his writing or his actions. They'd probably die or never get published. (ho ho!) I myself am just starting out on the gonzo reading journey and I don't think I've had this much fun reading books in some time. There's something so unique and special about HST. I can see why the ladies that know him fawn over him. It's this unexplainable intangible thing about him. People might see him as crazy or dangerous, I seem him as passionate, sweet.. He's now garnered the top of my "favorite authors" list.
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