The Electric Typewriter

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28th Feb

By Nick Tosches

Driven by romantic, spiritual, and medicinal imperatives, the author goes in search of something everyone tells him no longer exists: an opium den. From Hong Kong to Bangkok to the Golden Triangle, he is offered every decadence known to the East—and learns the truth about the perfect drug.

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    Been reading his book about Country, and Rock and Roll and it is damn fine and crazy. Just the way I like it.
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    This article reminded me of how I wanted to read Confessions of an English Opium Eater.
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    “Fuck this world of $35 onions and those who eat them. Fuck this world of pseudo-sophisticated rubes who could not...
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    By Nick Tosches Driven by romantic, spiritual, and medicinal imperatives, the author goes in search of something...
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