Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

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Like most Midwestern college students, I wasn't encouraged to read Hunter S. Thompson in high school (something about making drugs look too fun.) So I discovered him through the guys who already had several of Thompson's books, as well as "Gonzo fist" tattoos and their own cigarette holders.
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Perhaps no more honest portrayal of the drug culture has been improved upon since Thompson's masterpiece, Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas, hit the streets in late 1971.
Why do so many Americans turn up their nose at Vegas, while we foreigners can't get enough of it? For a start, Americans' familiarity with Vegas has matured into the mother of contempt.
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