Category Archives: Rabelais

Fear & Loathing on the Campaign Trail

It’s tragic that gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson decided to check out before he could report and write about this year’s presidential election. He’d know what to make of a campaign that out-Nixons Nixon, and I’m sure he would have … Continue reading

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George Carlin was an American Rabelais

“Does it sound like an old friend is gone?” That’s what George Carlin said about removing a compound matrilineal redundancy from his famously scandalous comedy routine, Seven Words You Can’t Say on Television. Thanks to Carlin and free speech champions … Continue reading

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