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  1. arrrrrrr...the guy with the pirate pants got me all a shiver :cry:
  2. 2ikuno,wheres the wall you told me about?post it homie,post it...
  3. thanx phunk,but wheres the vogue?i'm gonna be over there tomorrow,so i guess i'll see it myself anyway..thanx again
  4. i wanna see that shit.somebody got to have that?
  5. IN CONTROL PUNKS icp comin wit that str8 frisko phunk for your ass bitches.fuck this philly hatin ass hoe..and yeah,you should have kept your mouth shut INSTIGATORS CAPPED PROPER twickster,this is the guy who contributed the flix(oakland)holla at your boy.i got alot more for the next one.numbers the same.....
  6. Hunter S. Thompson, the acerbic counterculture writer who popularized a new form of fictional journalism in books like "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas," fatally shot himself Sunday night at his Aspen-area home, his son said. He was 67. "Hunter prized his privacy and we ask that his friends and admirers respect that privacy as well as that of his family," Juan Thompson said in a statement released to the Aspen Daily News. Pitkin County Sheriff Bob Braudis, a personal friend of Thompson, confirmed the death to the News. Sheriff's officials did not return calls to The Associated Press late Sunday. Juan Thompson found his father's body. Thompson's wife, Anita, was not home at the time. Besides the 1972 drug-hazed classic about Thompson's visit to Las Vegas, he also wrote "Fear and Loathing: On the Campaign Trail '72." The central character in those wild, sprawling satires was "Dr. Thompson," a snarling, drug- and alcohol-crazed observer and participant. Thompson is credited with pioneering New Journalism _ or, as he dubbed it, "gonzo journalism" _ in which the writer made himself an essential component of the story. Much of his earliest work appeared in Rolling Stone magazine. "Fiction is based on reality unless you're a fairy-tale artist," Thompson told the AP in 2003. "You have to get your knowledge of life from somewhere. You have to know the material you're writing about before you alter it." An acute observer of the decadence and depravity in American life, Thompson also wrote such collections "Generation of Swine" and "Songs of the Doomed." His first ever novel, "The Rum Diary," written in 1959, was first published in 1998. Thompson was a counterculture icon at the height of the Watergate era, and Richard Nixon once said he represented "that dark, venal, and incurably violent side of the American character." Thompson also was the model for Gary Trudeau's balding "Uncle Duke" in the comic strip "Doonesbury" and was portrayed on screen by Johnny Depp in a film adaptation of "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas." Other books include "The Great Shark Hunt,""Hell's Angels" and "The Proud Highway." His most recent effort was "Hey Rube: Blood Sport, the Bush Doctrine, and the Downward Spiral of Dumbness." His compound in Woody Creek, not far from Aspen, was almost as legendary as Thompson. He prized peacocks and weapons; in 2000, he accidentally shot and slightly wounded his assistant, Deborah Fuller, trying to chase a bear off his property.
  7. a few more... http://photos.fotango.com/p/eba00470338f00000016.jpg'> http://photos.fotango.com/p/eba00470338f00000017.jpg'> http://photos.fotango.com/p/eba00470338f00000018.jpg'> http://photos.fotango.com/p/eba00470338f00000019.jpg'> just a few from the archives..enjoy
  8. hope this works...vogue water tower for mr amen1 http://photos.fotango.com/p/eba00470338f00000015.jpg'>
  9. ok,so maybe it was like 200 miles,but still far from 3 states.i'm just glad i was there to witness it happen.i have the flix in the archives(not even sure if vogue has em)so maybe i'll see if i can dig 'em out.i also have some old oakland stuff to contribute that i'm sure you'll like.be on the lookout..
  10. "i moved to albuquerque in 1988, when i went back to frisco in 1989, i swear to budda...VOGUE had every water tower from albuquerque to frisco on lock down with throw-ups!! believe that!!! " frisko to albuquerque may be a bit pushing it,dont you think?as legendary as the towers were,it was only like a 100 mile piece of i-5 from fresno to bakersfield.thats a far cry from cali to new mexico...
  11. nice flix fugazi...keep 'em coming.i'll look around and see what i got to contribute.
  12. it takes time my man,it takes time.and alot of talented friends...
  13. ok,since i saw some other sticker pages,heres a couple of those too..old new,outta town,you know the drill.... http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v471/blackbookhero/1.jpg'> http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v471/blackbookhero/DSCF0763.jpg'> http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v471/blackbookhero/DSCF0754.jpg'> come on now,i know more than me and lens have books to show..post 'em
  14. http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v471/blackbookhero/DSCF0740.jpg'> http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v471/blackbookhero/2.jpg'>
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