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HUNTING FOR THOMPSON
PO BOX 36062
LAS VEGAS, NV 89133-6062
Note: Since 2017, the founder of Hunting For Thompson has been dealing with unabated and continuing health issues, hence the sporadic updating of Hunting For Thomposn.com.
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In honor of the late author and journalist, Hunter S. Thompson, Hunting For Thompson.com’s goal is to be a platform for journalistic integrity, socio/political commentary, musings, general observations, and whatever else strikes our fancy; from politics to advertising, from social engineering to disenfranchisement, from this to that. We may lean Left, but without a Right now and then, we’d just be going around in circles. So we invite all to the platform so long as there is no attacking of authors; challenging their views is fine and welcomed.
The genesis for Hunting For Thompson.com’s entrance on life’s stage came about as a result of the 2016 general election and from Donald J. Trump’s unfathomable rise to the Presidency of the United States of America. That unexpected and harsh reality brought about a catharsis, and the idle chatter of a vision for the play on a name “Hunting For Thompson” came to an end. The catharsis demanded that something more than, Oh my God, how could this have happened? be done.
So here we are: kicking and screaming, wailing at the top of our lungs: “The emperor has no clothes!”
Hunting For Thompson’s Users
Hunting for Thompson has the ability to reach billions and billions of people worldwide from its headquarters in an undisclosed bunker using a secure internet connection.
To entice and incite discourse while defending the First Amendment. The unfulfilled promise that we are all created equal and have certain inalienable Rights only stands to see fruition if we remain vigilant and protect our Rights. Chief among them is the First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America. We shall do our part and stand with whoever stands guard over it.
We’re too Legit to Quit.
I knew it. You’re not to be trusted!
Enticing and Inciting Discourse.
History of Hunting For Thompson
02/20/2005: Dr. Hunter S. Thompson Exits and a Play on a Name Comes to Mind
12/31/2010: Serious Thought of Moving Forward on a Play on a Name as the Year Ended
01/29/2011: Domain Registration
11/08/2016: Donald J. Trump Elected 45th President of the USA, Triggers 1st Article
11/11/2016: Published Website with “Stop Kidding & Make Some Drinks!” by John R. Hall
11/25/2016: Bonus Round Ventures Incorporated Purchases Hunting For ThompsonTM
11/28/2016: Published V2 of Website, in Conjunction with Social Media Presence
12/01/2016: International and Federal Trademark Registration Application Submitted
12/15/2016: Letter to Ms. Anita Thompson Respectfully Submitting Website for her Review
12/17/2016: Gordon A. Friday, Friend of the Website, Waylays and Provides Resources
03/24/2017: Health Matters Trigger Temporary Hiatus, Website Updates Suspended
06/01/2017: Bonus Round Ventures Dissolved, Ownership Returned to John R. Hall
07/01/2017: Ongoing Hiatus Due to Elongated Illnesses
07/26/2019: Returned to Intermittent Activity
11/27/2019: John R. Hall Publishes Scathing Thanksgiving Message
02/05/2020: Marked Majority of Articles as Private Access to Reboot Website
03/25/2020: Requested Removal of Archived Articles from Archive.org
04/20/2020: New Ownership; Red, White, and the Blues Publishing, LLC
05/25/2020: Began Marking Many Original Articles as Public Access
05/26/2020: Returned to “Intermittent” Active Status
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