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Goodnight, Hunter.

He's still with me. The man is immortal.

I have taken to reading at least a page before I go to bed, if possible. Anyway... here goes.

"God damn it. I have bitten the front of my tongue again! Why? What have I eaten tonight that would cause me to draw blood from my own tongue? Where is the Percodan? Where is Anita? What is that noise in the bushes? Why am I so crazy all the time?"

"Is the president a clone? Is my car going to explode?"

"Wait a minute. Time out! Why am I writing all these things on this primitive red electric typewriter when I can read them all in real time on the goddamn overloaded Internet with the flick of a mouse or a button? Am I a Fool? Have I been bogged own in Alzheimer's all these years? What does it all mean, Homer?


I kid you not, centered ellipsis. So. Much. Love.

Anyway, I hate those kids that are starting to read his stuff now just because he's dead. Fucking posers. I also hate the google ads they're running on deviantART for all of his works just because he's dead. It's sacrilegious, blasphemous, and utterly disgusting. It's such a disservice, and a slap in the face for everything he stood for. Is nothing good, righteous, and edible anymore? Ugh.


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Mar. 7th, 2005 10:29 am (UTC)
don't fret, miss
they'll be back onto the Next Big Thing next week
and ol' hunter can rest in peace :)
Mar. 7th, 2005 06:27 pm (UTC)
Yeah but it's still like shitting on his chest right now.
I bet he's livid, fuming with rage and pummelling the shit out of the afterlife.

...at least I hope so.

Some people consider him a martyr against American corporate evils and warmongering homophobic Jesus freaks. Thus, Amazon.com and every other corporate chain in the world that is now advertising his works up the ass is spitting on everything the man stood for. It's like if St. John the Baptist was alive in our day, and he was killed or killed himself out of shame for the relative state of things, Amazon.com and everyone else on the trend-whore bandwagon would have to start selling books on religion in bulk. Anyway, I've gotten off topic.

His books were amazing before his death. All this posthumous publicity is almost cheapening them by creating this flash-fandom of wannabe's and shallow scum.

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Mar. 9th, 2005 01:29 am (UTC)
if these sad uncultured twots wanna jump on his bandwagon and richen his Estate, they can go for it. with a bit of luck they'll be so impressionable they'll od themselves trying what he did

but we've got their number. we're on to those tourists :D
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