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Yet another plot to kill humans off so they can rule the world.

'Cat Alarm Clocks' Compilation Here M, watch other people get tortured. What other alarm clock makes you smile and hug it? My favorite - orange kitty at the end, what a sweety!

Dick Gregory unsuccessfully ran for President of the United States in 1968 as a write-in candidate of the Freedom and Peace Party, which had broken off from the Peace and Freedom Party. He garnered 47,097 votes (including one from Hunter S. Thompson) with fellow activist Mark Lane as his running mate in some states, David Frost in others, and Dr. Benjamin Spock in Virginia and Pennsylvania garnering more than the party he had left. Dick Gregory in 1965.

Dick Gregory is an American comedian, social activist, social critic, writer, and entrepreneur. BOOK: Nigger: An Autobiography

"you didn't love her. you just didn't want to be alone or maybe, maybe she was good for your ego or, maybe she made you feel better about your miserable life but you didn't love her because you don't destroy the person that you love." --truth.

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The only sounds are the wind and the dull roar floating back from the mufflers. You watch the white line and try to lean with it  . . . howling through a turn to the right, then to the left and down the long hill to Pacifica . . . letting off now, watching for cops, but only until the next dark stretch and another few seconds on the edge . . . The Edge  . . . ” – Hunter S. Thompson

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Hunter S. Thompson, in a self portrait, on his motorcycle overlooking the coast of Big Sur in California.

“My concept of death for a long time was to come down that mountain road at 120 and just keep going straight right there, burst out through the barrier and hang out above all that…and there I’d be, sitting in the front seat, stark naked, with a case of whiskey next to me and a case of dynamite in the trunk…honking the horn, and the lights on, and just sit there in space for an instant, a human bomb, and fall down into that mess of steel mills. It’d be a tremendous goddamn explosion. No pain…

While known for smoking pipes of other kinds, I always loved the pics of Hunter S. Thompson in his early days smoking tobacco pipes.

[ My concept of death was to come down that mountain road at 120 and just keep going straight right there, burst out through the barrier and hang out above all that and there I’d be, sitting in stark naked with a case of whiskey, honking the horn, and the lights on, and just sit there in space for an instant, a human bomb, and fall down into that mess of steel mills. It’d be a tremendous goddam explosion. No pain. No one would get hurt. ] - Hunter S. Thompson

Hunter Thompson writing at Big Sur. 1961 [[MORE]] someguyfromcanada: This picture was used as the cover of Thompson’s “Big Sur: The Tropic of Henry Miller” (Rogue Oct.

"We live in fast, strange times, and must work in fast, strange ways." — Hunter S. Thompson

Outline of Hunter S. Thompson's drug schedule per day

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