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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.

    The Typewriter Is Holy

  • 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.

    PHOTOS: Amy Adams Talks Weight Gain, Not Exercising

  • 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.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • With every manner of barbiturate, benzodiazepine and benzedrine!

    Anthony Collins: The Quiet Bastion of Invalid Repudiation

  • 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.

    Jennifer Jones, RIP: A truly Great Lady

  • GamePolitics reports on a new video game law that flew through the New York State legislature faster than Sonic the Hedgehog on benzedrine.

    Twitchy Legislative Thumbs

  • 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.

    Here comes the snow: A survival guide

  • 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.

    'Holy The Bop Apocalypse!'

  • For example benzedrine inhalers (racemic amphetamine) could be bought OTC until the 1950s.

    Boing Boing

  • Allen Ginsberg asserted that Kerouac wrote On the Road on benzedrine and coffee, but Kerouac denied the benzedrine.

    Questions And Answers: 'On The Road' Is On The Block

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