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hate coupled with disgust

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When a review copy of Fear & Loathing arrived in the office, it was initially dismissed as just another book about Ronaldo and Messi, rivals at two of the world's biggest clubs, and it slowly became buried under reams of paper, magazines and more incoming books.
Holzapfel, I would suggest that perhaps the late caudillo's loathing of the upper classes was quite justified, at least from a nationalist--or even a patriotic--point of view.
The author, played on screen by Johnny Depp in versions of Fear and Loathing and The Rum Diary, told Ralph: "I can see it in my mind now, a picture of an old crone crawling across the floor toward me.
Finally we explored whether the self loathing was associated with perfectionism.
She has admitted loathing Thatcher but believes the BBC 2 drama, to be shown next Thursday, will make people think again about her.
Unfortunately, in most every other area ad hominem and loathing still dominate.
These works, long censored in the Soviet Union due to their absolute loathing of how the state denied individual liberties, to the extent of drawing an allegory between Nero's Rome and Stalin's Russia.
He would've been better, perhaps, to revisit that stuff after focusing on some of Buzz's movieland adventures, which cover the gamut from run-ins with moguls to fighting for story integrity (and usually losing) to the fear and loathing of the anti-communist witch hunts.
It's got tales of unruly special needs kids shitting their pants or sneezing on him, the general loathing that most teachers seem to show towards him, and attempts by the author to convince others that he himself is not retarded.
This study was designed to examine the effectiveness of the "Fear and Loathing of Speaking Out in Public" program.
TN: You weren't with him on his best-known outing, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, although your drawings ended up in the book.
Thompson, the acerbic counterculture writer who pioneered "gonzo journalism" in books like "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas," fatally shot himself Feb.
Besides the 1972 drug hazed classic Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas, about Thompson's visit to the gambling capital, he also wrote Fear And Loathing: On The Campaign Trail '72.
Hunter S Thompson, the acerbic counterculture writer who popularised a new form of fictional journalism in books like Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, fatally shot himself last night at his Aspen-area home, his son said.
Fear and loathing are two powerful themes in politics, popular media and everyday life.