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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Anchoret, Oct 11, 2011.
A Farewell to Arms
Just finished the new biography of Mick Jagger, who has supposedly had sex with over 4000 women (Angelina Jolie, MacKenzie Phillips, Bette Midler, Janice Dickinson, Carly Simon, Linda Ronstadt, etc, etc), and many men over the years, including Brian Jones, Rudolph Nureyev, Allen Ginsberg and Andy Warhol.
BTW, Jagger didn't drown Brian Jones. A contractor working at Jones' home supposedly did.
Jagger fits the perfect description of someone with satyriasis; a person with a compulsion to have a great multitude of sex partners. He's a brilliant businessman who attended economics school and oversees every little aspect of The Stones' business dealings. He's also an exercise fanatic with a 27 inch waist who works out tirelessly for six months before a tour. It also said he sucks on oxygen between songs while on tour.
Love him or not, there's no one like Mick Jagger, still going strong at 69.
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
One of my all-time favorites.
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The Tender Bar by JR Moeringer
Rule Makers, Rule Breakers by the Gardner Bros. (Motley Fool)
When I Left Home
You should pick up this book next...
(Our local library had two available.)
Not into fiction.
I'm reading Twenty Thousand Roads by David N. Meyer.
It's a biography of Gram Parsons.
its called free will
you'll be reminded of it someday
You might read "Free Willie".
I read that on my Kindle, quite good
Moving on to "A Clockwork Orange"
Finally getting around to the 'John Carter/Mars' series. Burrough's style sort of reminds me of early Heinlein.
Add imagination and away you go!
Richard Dawkins has written previous several books about genetics and evolution, but in their writing he didn't feel the need to defend evolution. "The Greatest Show on Earth" is his defense of evolution against "history deniers", as he calls them. The book is well-written, wide-ranging and entertaining.
I just started this one too. It just drips Chicago.