hunter s. thompson
“This is going to be a very expensive war, and Victory is not guaranteed ― for anyone," he wrote.
There will be no more elections or football games for a while. But off-season is only temporary.
Can't be a Gonzo journalist? At least you can be a Gonzo pothead.
What It Takes to Be President of the American Police State: Anti-Big Money, Anti-War, Pro-Constitution, Freedom-Loving Candidates Need Not Apply
Today's presidential hopefuls must jump through a series of hoops aimed at selecting the candidates best suited to serve
It's Evan Thomas' observational grace notes that deliver the complete Nixon. You've got to empathize with a guy who was totally helpless with anything mechanical and was comically clumsy while wrestling a lobster that clawed onto his suit.
The pizza joint next door does a good slice of violence. An argument mushrooms. The cops on speed dial and paramedics export an unsatisfied customer to the hospital. Something about pepperoni, some kind of insult, I hear a metal pipe over the skull settled it.
He sure could tell it like it is.
Edgy animation memorializes Studs Terkel's interview with the great Hunter S. Thompson.
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.
Here are capsule reviews of three fast-selling paperbacks by famous travel and guidebook writers: good, quick reads that pull the curtain back on a few of the travel industry's dirty little secrets and outright lies.