My wife got me the original wild ones (the boozefighters book) for V-day. It's been cool so far. but I'm only on page 26. I've wanted to pick up that HST book for a while now. Maybe after I finish this boozefighters book.
that shit goes back to the good old days in rome . . . no harm in showing some class , brokeback style ! ! !Polock Joe said:There is evidence of man on man kissing even back then......guess those who keep the tongue to themselves are the L7's.
back in my patchholder days i had a bro that was big on giving drunk sloppy kisses. found out years later the sob was double gaited ! (sure was a good kisser though )=mike= said:that shit goes back to the good old days in rome . . . no harm in showing some class , brokeback style ! ! !
I gotta say under and alone was a trip.That FUCKER had some brass danglers. krazyJOSE said:A Wayward Angel by George Wethern was pretty good too.
Also Under and Alone by William Queen.
I heard Mel Gibson bought the movie rights to the book.skill saw said:I gotta say under and alone was a trip.That FUCKER had some brass danglers. krazy
|Of course we agree with your opinion on this. And even if he had |
been invited, Sonny would not have attended that very odd event.
> I think that is completely fucked since it was Mr. Barger who made HST
> an Outlaw Journalist by letting him in, if HST were not let in back
> in 65 would he be the outlaw journalist that he is depicted as in
> memoriam??? --- I think not! No offense to the living or the dead,
> but those Hollywood socialites and the leftist elite that seemed to
> make HST their own probably have his ashes swirling around in a bad
> acid trip right about now, or maybe re-living in another life the
> beating he got in 66 for not paying proper respect to the home team if
> you catch my drift. Regards from the East Coast. PS: my ride is a 47
> flathead 45 stripped to the bone, and it enjoys the streets of NYC as
> often as possible. Please pass this note to Mr. Barger, he MADE
> (hst), and people need to recognize.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Fritz Clapp <[email protected]>
> Date: Thursday, September 8, 2005 1:53 pm
> Subject: Re: Hunter S. Thompson Memorial Service Aug. 20th 2005
> > > Did Mr. Barger get an invitation?
> > >
> > No, he did not.