Hunting For Your Dream
Jimmy Kimmel cried over the death of Cecil the Lion. Shame on the talk show host tearing up over Cecil's story. It's hypocrytical to eat meat and be upset about Cecil the Lion.
American big game hunter Walter Palmer gets Hunter S. Thompson attention after not being charged with a crime. Hunter S. Thompson was an American journalist and author, and the founder of the gonzo journalism movement. He once remarked: "I hate to advocate drugs, alcohol, violence, or insanity to anyone, but they've always worked for me."
According to the Urban Dictionary to Fear and Loath means "going out for a massive night containing random adventures, multiple locations and fuelled by plenty of body and substance abuse." The problem with kids doing this in my mind means you're blowing your mind and hunting to kill somebody else or yourself. "Just Say No" as a campaign never worked for the Reagan Administration and it never worked for Hunter S. Thompson. It's not a game.
"I Don't Care" or "Let It Go" would make a better campaign slogan. Doing drugs can be a crime or not, but there are choices and consequences for every action.
Beyond The Blue Kite soars beyond the current subject matter experts. The story about a teenager whose troubles with drugs and struggles with mental illness offers insight into a sufferer’s world which may in fact help families and loved ones understand their thought processes.
Walter Palmer was a dentist, but probably worked part time as a psychiatrist diagnosing animals with mental illness. Some countries kill people with mental illness. It's a fact of life.