- Despite temptations, drugs do not appear to work in British game
- Post-War, Everton's 1963 title was alleged by goalkeeper Albert Dunlop to be powered by the amphetamine benzedrine. The club denied this was a co-ordinated plan, but admitted some players took “mild stimulants”. Four years later British cyclist Tommy ...
- Nobody's Life Is a Joke: An Interview with John McManus
- Writing novels leaves me wanting a Benzedrine prescription.
- Intertwined: The Tail of the Comet
- Already exhausted, fliers received warm milk at the farmhouse. Then each was outfitted as a Basque peasant with chord-roped espadrilles, blue workman's clothes, and a black beret. He also received a Benzedrine pill to boost his energy.
- Was Klaus Mann all Thomas Mann's fault?
- By this time, Klaus was living on morphine, benzedrine and anything else available, preyed on by casual pick-ups, enslaved by destructive infatuations. In private he droned on ceaselessly about death and suicide, yet the dizzy pace continued in the USA ...
- If only Hunter S. Thompson could have lived to take on this election
- Each event would become its own avatar, dancing across the coverage like a Benzedrine-soaked bat. Ralph Steadman would be there to illustrate. Somewhere, in that Owl Creek in space, I imagine the fax machine humming, smoke rising from an ashtray and ...
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