August62012
“A little bit of this town goes a very long way. After five days in Vegas you feel like you’ve been here for five years. Some people say they like it — but then some people like Nixon, too. He would have made a perfect Mayor for this town; with John Mitchell as Sheriff and Agnew as Master of Sewers.” page 193, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas by Hunter S. Thompson (via bpgonzo)

(Source: i-am-lono)

August32012
August12012
July302012
2PM
bpgonzo:

“I am trying to get out of here
on the jungle train, but the
hotel won’t take my check so
I can’t leave. I just sit in the
room and ring the bell for
more beer. Life has improved
immeasurably since I have
been forced to stop taking
it seriously.”
-Hunter S. Thompson, from “The Proud Highway”, letter from La Paz, Bolivia, August 18, 1962

bpgonzo:

“I am trying to get out of here

on the jungle train, but the

hotel won’t take my check so

I can’t leave. I just sit in the

room and ring the bell for

more beer. Life has improved

immeasurably since I have

been forced to stop taking

it seriously.”

-Hunter S. Thompson, from “The Proud Highway”, letter from La Paz, Bolivia, August 18, 1962

(Source: i-am-lono)

July292012
12PM
July282012
July272012
“A little bit of this town goes a very long way. After five days in Vegas you feel like you’ve been here for five years. Some people say they like it — but then some people like Nixon, too. He would have made a perfect Mayor for this town; with John Mitchell as Sheriff and Agnew as Master of Sewers.” page 193, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas by Hunter S. Thompson (via bpgonzo)

(Source: i-am-lono)

12PM
July262012
July252012
July232012
2PM
“I’m a word freak. I like words. I’ve always compared writing to music. That’s the way I feel about good paragraphs. When it really works, it’s like music.” Hunter S. Thompson, Woody Creek, March 1990. (from Songs of the Doomed)

(Source: i-am-lono)

July212012
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