April 16, 2015 Kyle K. Mann 0

Go back to April 13 By Kyle K.Mann April 15, 2015 40 years ago this impossibly young version of me heard the call. The all-caps self-growling is the clue: Tues. April 15, 1975 I MUST WRITE! Sue Saunders was inspiring yesterday – said she puts out 2,000 words a day. […]

April 13, 2015

April 14, 2015 Kyle K. Mann 0

By Kyle K. Mann Greetings, readers. Today I’m going to start something that I’ve never seen or heard of… Write and publish a journal with exactly 40 years between it. Tailored for the website Gonzo Today .com, I should emphatically express my deep gratitude to the editors there, who have […]


April 2, 2015 Kyle K. Mann 0

by Kyle K. Mann The following is based on over a half century of observation. I’ve been laughed at and/or ignored by a lot of people who are now dead. And they stay dead. You wanna live? Pay attention. Number One – Don’t eat corporate food. You think they care […]

Fukushima R Us

March 19, 2015 Kyle K. Mann 0

By: Kyle K. Mann It is a deeply ironic fact that the Japanese people accepted nuclear power after having been the targets of nuclear weapons at Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Think about it a moment: they got nuked, then used the same technology that burned them to power their homes and workplaces. […]

Lost in Westwood

March 4, 2015 Kyle K. Mann 0

Art by kristjan By: Kyle K. Mann They almost wouldn’t let me check in at the Westwood Holiday Inn. I was dressed in faded jeans and a Hawaiian shirt, and didn’t have a credit card. Having had little sleep in days didn’t help my looks or attitude. And I was […]

Waiting for the Next 9-11

February 24, 2015 Kyle K. Mann 0

by Kyle K. Mann “Imagine the Big One hits right now. What do you think will happen?” I was seated with a buxom friend at a trendy Sunset Avenue sidewalk cafe at dusk. I’ll call her “Ms. Gonzo,” since I can’t describe her beyond that for reasons I can’t explain […]