John R. Hall
Little Ricky / John R. Hall

Hunting For Thompson would like to pause our mission to simply express our gratitude to our readership; to express our unwavering devotion to, and faith in, The United States of America. We are the most blessed, most fortunate people on Earth simply due to our title of “Citizen of The United States of America.”

In these times of uncertainty, with dividing lines deeply dug, please pause to reflect on what binds us, on loved ones, on our many blessings, and be grateful that you are here at this place in time to help shape the future of our nation, and the world. It is up to us to define what “Citizen of The United States of America” will mean from this time forward.

To those who yearn to adopt the title “Citizen of The United States of America,” we at Hunting For Thompson will do all in our power to “leave the light on” for you.

And so, may this Thanksgiving Season bring you peace, love, and a drive to ensure that Thanksgiving Day in America will always be one of unity, inclusion, and gratitude.

“Happy Thanksgiving!” — We will be back on Friday, November 25th, 2016.

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John R. Hall is the author of Red, White, and the Blues: A Long and Hard Ride over Treacherous Terrain. He is a James Copley Scholarship for Journalism recipient. John studied journalism, psychology, communications & drama at City College, San Diego, California. John has largely traveled through life as a single and childless rolling stone, collecting little moss. He has been employed in numerous industries: first as a KFC dishwasher, then a Red Lion busboy, followed by soda jerking for Dairy Queen. All of that occurred before Uncle Sam whispered in his ear and he donned the olive drab green as a soldier in the U.S. Army. After that non Yankee Doodle Dandy duty was over, he attempted a career in entertainment, performing comedy and magic. When those opportunities disappeared, John reappeared in the transportation industry as a taxi and truck driver. He's been a barkeep, a hotel manager, a street performer, a professional student, a business manager, a dispatcher, an oil field professional, and an IT/IS professional; He's even been a procurer of substances. John developed and maintains,, and All of this basically makes him an omnipotent . . . (in his own mind, which, as he says: "Is all that counts").