Results tagged “Cancer” from onegoodmove

I don't think souls or bodies can be changed by incantation.

Christopher Hitchens, From the Brink

So the loud and well spoken atheist that we all hate to love has appeared a few times in the last week to declare himself down but not out. His piece on Chavez tells a tale as strange as we might have feared about the leader. I love a good man of the people but some people get drunk with power and still others seem to act like power is Mescaline. And Mr. Hitchens has also written in Vanity Fair today about his health and his "battle" with Cancer. His writing voice is as healthy and forceful as ever. His story is hopefully one that can pull a few heart strings even for those he pisses off quite regularly.

What I learned about Hugo Chávez's mental health when I visited Venezuela with Sean Penn.

Recent accounts of Hugo Chávez's politicized necrophilia may seem almost too lurid to believe, but I can testify from personal experience that they may well be an understatement.

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Topic of Cancer

One fine June day, the author is launching his best-selling memoir, Hitch-22. The next, he's throwing up backstage at The Daily Show, in a brief bout of denial, before entering the unfamiliar country--with its egalitarian spirit, martial metaphors, and hard bargains of people who have cancer.

"These are my first raw reactions to being stricken. I am quietly resolved to resist bodily as best I can, even if only passively, and to seek the most advanced advice."

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