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Christopher Hitchens' esophageal cancer, in his own
I have more than once in my time woken up feeling like death.
"A man of ferocious intellect, who was as vibrant on the page as he was at the bar.
Christopher Hitchens Unspoken Truths Vanity
It was hard to believe that he had been so publicly magnificent on such a privately dreadful day. He had flung laughter and intellence into the face of the rapper began to offer up a series of cockeyed animadversions about Osama bin Laden and Al-Qaeda, Christopher became almost ferally polite, addressing Mos, as he tore into his ideas, by the faux-respectful moniker “Mr Definitely,” a name so belittlingly funny that it rendered even more risible the risible notions which Mr D was trying to advance.
Salman Rushdie, Christopher Hitchens Vanity
He wouldn’t know a joke if it came served on a bed of lettuce with sauce bearnaise.”) However, there is something that you absolutely never hear from a male friend who is hymning his latest (female) love interest: “She’s a real honey, has a life of her own …
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