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Cool story. Glad to know your brain's not filled up with anything other than your own wacky thoughts.

Very cool. I read HST as an impressionable 20 something. Re-read most all of it later. I think I even have a couple of his books stashed around, saved for my kids, as history of what those eras were like. In reality, they might have only been like that to HST but I think he found a way to express a lot of the weirdness that were the 60s and 70s. Neither of my 20 something kids seems the least bit interested though...

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