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Hunter S. Thompson
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Engrave this Quote National Observer became my road gig out of San Francisco. I was too much for them. I would wander in on off hours drunk and obviously on drugs, asking for my messages. Essentially, they were working for me. They liked me, ,but I was the Bull in the China Shop --- The more I wrote about politics the more they realized who they had on their hands. they knew I wouldn't change and neither would they.
-Hunter S. Thompson, Songs Of The Doomed - More Notes On The Death Of The American Dream (page 106) Tell a Friend


 


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