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Navy and antique white premium weight yarn dyed stripe tee with water based ink print.
In January 1970, Hunter S. Thompson wrote Jann Wenner a letter praising Rolling Stone's definitive coverage of the disastrous Altamont festival. "Print's a hell of a good medium by any standard, from Hemingway to the Airplane," Thompson wrote. "Don't fuck it up with pompous bullshit; the demise of RS would leave a nasty hole." A bond was formed, and over the next 30 years, Thompson would do much to redefine journalism in the pages of the magazine. He lived and wrote on the edge in a style that would come to be called Gonzo journalism. That term captured his lifestyle, but it didn't really do justice to Thompson's command of language, his fearless reporting or his fearsome intellect.