Guest Writer, Mr. Kurt Vonnegut Custodians of chaos "Do unto others what you would have them do unto you." A lot of people think Jesus said that, because it is so much the sort of thing Jesus liked to say. But it was actually said by Confucius, a Chinese philosopher, five hundred years before there… Continue reading What does the mailbox say? Ribit!… Ribit!
Guest Writer, Mr. Hunter S. Thompson FEAR AND LOATHING IN AMERICA By Hunter S. Thompson (originally printed on ESPN) It was just after dawn in Woody Creek, Colo., when the first plane hit the World Trade Center in New York City on Tuesday morning, and as usual I was writing about sports. But not for… Continue reading What do you have, a college degree in sports?
This is a basic attempt reading what I don’t have time to write out. I will work on it in the winter when I get around at starting ‘A Flask of Gin’, which will be a totally different kind of book for me and focus on gonzo journalism and features a new voice, a character… Continue reading Before Editing, Final Words About A Classic 911 Story
A classic 911 story ending: The spontaneous revolutions are further apart as you get older and you need to experience the creative human spirit when it takes a hold of you. I believe in taking the picture when you see it, like you might not ever see it again, the now or never, and even… Continue reading Chapter Three: Of Course. Bats.