Murder at the Conspiracy Convention and Other American Absurdities (4/5)

Paul Krassner is one of the more inspiring members of the cavalcade of personalities from 60s counterculture. Co-founder of the Yippies (who once nominated a pig named Pigasus for president), stand-up comedian, and editor of The Realist, he is in fact a realist and a skeptic, and is typically not taken in by vapid New-Ageisms.… Read more Murder at the Conspiracy Convention and Other American Absurdities (4/5)

Just a Couple of Days (3/5)

From it’s introductory question: “Why aren’t apples called reds?” and the brief, meandering meditation upon the femininity of questions, the masculinity of answers and the essence of the question itself, I suspected I was going to like this book. Immediately you notice that Vigorito’s words flow with grace – “I hasten to add that he… Read more Just a Couple of Days (3/5)