William S. Burroughs

'When I become death, death is the seed from which I grow.' --WSB @disinfo

To William S. Burroughs [Literary Kicks]
Shots From the The Bunker, @POPsmear Magazine
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"Nothing is true. Everything is permitted." --The Cities of the Red Night

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William S. Burroughs ... February 5, 1914, St. Louis, Missouri - August 2, 1997, Lawrence, Kansas

General procedure: Read and learn all you can about problem. Look at problem from a point of zero preconception. Devise variations and alternative solutions. Check back to see if your solution has workable advantage over solutions previously arrived at . . . 'To carry the method a step further than solution of purely technical problem where purpose is implicit in the artifact: devising more efficient gun, tool, boat, signal system, medical or interrogation procedure. --=THE UNOFFICIAL= WILLIAM BURROUGHS

   I awoke from The Sickness at the age of forty-five, calm and sane, and in reasonably good health except for a weakened liver and the look of borrowed flesh common to all who survive The Sickness. . .

When I speak of drug addiction I do not refer to keif, marijuana or any preparation of hashish, mescaline, Bannisteria Caapi, LSD6, Sacred Mushrooms or any other drugs of the hallucinogen group. . . . There is no evidence that the use of any hallucinogen results in physical dependence...

If civilized countries want to return to Druid Hanging Rites in the Sacred Grove or to drink blood with the Aztecs and feed their Gods with blood of human sacrifice, let them see what is on the end of that long newspaper spoon. --Testimony Concerning A Sickness

William S. Burroughs Primer

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