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“Only Bill Garver was left in the old apartment on Orizaba Street, and Garver was happy to supply Jack with far too much benzedrine.”
“She returns to a bit of a rough around the edges role in her next flick -- beginning a bit of a career transformation for the one time 'Enchanted' star -- the long-awaited film adaptation of 'On The Road,' in which she plays Jane Lee, a benzedrine junkie.”
“There are mosques springing up all over America and the number of Muslims in the U.S. army has tripled since the early 1990, s so I would not get to smug about that if I were you sunshine, as you jump up and down like a flea on benzedrine with undisguised joy at the supposed demise of my country.”
“With every manner of barbiturate, benzodiazepine and benzedrine!”
“Her first marriage (Robert Walker) was plagued by his alcoholism and depression, her second, to Selznick, while it provided her with some choice roles, he, too, was a notorious benzedrine addict and gambler.”
“GamePolitics reports on a new video game law that flew through the New York State legislature faster than Sonic the Hedgehog on benzedrine.”
“By the time the 96-inch snowfall tapers off Sunday morning, the NBC 4 chief meteorologist will have been up for 72 straight hours, fueled by a dangerous mixture of benzedrine, Ho Hos and pomegranate juice.”
“At the time, "Howl" seemed to be a Dantesque tour of the Eisenhower era's scary, repressed subconscious: buggery, blasphemy, benzedrine, be-bop and the bomb.”
“For example benzedrine inhalers (racemic amphetamine) could be bought OTC until the 1950s.”
“Allen Ginsberg asserted that Kerouac wrote On the Road on benzedrine and coffee, but Kerouac denied the benzedrine.”
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