The Hippie Papers: Trip-Taking, Mind-Quaking, Scene-Making Word from Where it's at (1968)

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11 Responses to “The Hippie Papers: Trip-Taking, Mind-Quaking, Scene-Making Word from Where it's at (1968)”

  1. Preston Sturges says:

    I see London, I See France….

  2. jandrese says:

    I don’t think anybody was reading the Hippie Papers at work in 1968, not unless they were a night watchmen or something.  

  3. ffabian says:

    In before “WTF nekid person on frontpage, I’m reading BB at work!”

  4. Gilbert Wham says:

    I really don’t get this; if Cosmo & Vogue covers are OK in the break-room, what’s wrong with cute hippie-chicks? At least she looks real and beautiful. Christ, I’m so glad I don’t work in an office any more. Their relentless bullshit did used to make me stabby…

    • timquinn says:

      It’s the mediocre protecting their turf.

    • niktemadur says:

      The office bullshit extends into their suburban homes, directed at their poor suburban kids.

      By all means, have a copy of Fifty Shades lying around.
      But Yellow Submarine?  God forbid, it’s a dirty hippie movie, there’s drugs (shudder) in it.  Just a little FYI:  there aren’t any drugs in Yellow Submarine.

      Pathetic, isn’t it?

  5. The only thing I’ve read by Hopkins was Elvis: The Final Years, a riveting story of excess and paranoia. Too bad it’s out of print, he’s a great writer.

  6. niktemadur says:

    Groovy, man.  Far out.  Keep on truckin’.

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