Pound for Pound: Weighing in on America’s Fat Epidemic

November 24, 2014 Gonzo Today 0

By: Ernie Hurt With Thanksgiving fast approaching, I can almost taste the giblet gravy and smell the homemade bread. Sweet pumpkin pies with endless Kool-Whip, and the anticipation of a 6 o’clock nap make drool form on the corners of my lips. As with most holidays in my home growing […]

Community, Hicks and Ode to the Death of Love

November 22, 2014 Gonzo Today 0

By: Ernie Hurt Standing in my bathroom on this cold Ohio morning, pissing away the filth in my system, watching my neighbors frolic in the sub-freezing temperatures… Maybe they are as nuts as I am, perhaps in other ways, but crazy none the less.. I’ve lived on this hill for […]

Debt, Junkies and the American Dream

November 22, 2014 Gonzo Today 0

By: Ernie Hurt With the civil unrest in Missouri, Numerous Veterans without proper medical care and the memories still lingering from our country’s recent recession, you really have to ponder and search in your heart when confronted with term “The American Dream”. It is not tossed around as often as […]

Public mutilation.

November 17, 2014 Gonzo Today 0

Black monday 17.11.2014 Today I received a message from a Facebook friend, a dutch painter. To make this article easier to read I will call him John. Because he doesn’t want to get into trouble by using his own name. He’s certainly not paranoid, but It might have been Facebook’s […]

Social media and the Death of the Nation

November 16, 2014 Gonzo Today 0

By: Katie Callen This worthless life we lead sitting like slobs watching people’s drama unfold is unreal to say the least. I your fearless leader am at fault now! I come to you via face book but that’s what troubles me. Why do I sit here and watch like a […]

Good Morning Americana

November 13, 2014 Jaslyn 0

Good Morning Americana, It’s 50 degrees outside, the sun is just barely shining through the dense clouds and we woke up late. Extremely late. Consequently I had to take my daughter to school this morning. Half asleep, mongering around my house, trying not trip over a toy, or bowl of […]

A weed by any other name would smell as sweet

November 12, 2014 David Pratt 0

By: David Pratt You would think in the victory lap of a populist movement focusing on civil liberty, freedom of choice and a plant that tends to unwind the uptight that you wouldn’t have to stress over busybody, school-hall-monitor types waiting to wash your mouth out with soap as soon […]

Not for Laughs

November 10, 2014 Maven Cade Leary 0

By: Maven Cade Leary It’s 4:04 in the morning, the 21st of July, just a few days after Hunter S. Thompson’s birthday. The night, a long and treacherous journey, has returned me unscarred to my decrepit abode in the Cote-des-Neiges ghetto. A journey into the heart of Montreal, and the […]

Re-Evolution: A Thought Process

November 8, 2014 Maven Cade Leary 0

By: Maven Cade Leary A revolution in the social sense is a word that implies a change in a current state, where an established order must be destroyed in order to give way to another. The distinction between a rebellion, a revolution, and evolution is mostly in the way in […]