I'm surprised at the negative reviews of this book as far as content is concerned.Nick interviewed all persons willing to give input into his book. They are laying low, out of sight and hopefully out of the attention of the agencies who pursued us for so many years.Casey, of course, was sued by 2 women in 2010 for sexual harassment and the cases were settled out of court for an undisclosed amount. Lea says Casey shouldn't be presenting Oscars this year.Btw, in the clip, she uses the word "rape," but Casey's never been accused of that.A few minutes later, Hendrix himself walks in with a six-pack of Miller High Life, saying "I don't like that album. It's the summer of 1970 on Maui, Hawaii, where Hendrix performed a free concert on the slopes of the Haleakala Volcano while being filmed, along with Les Potts (the lucky partaker of Hendrix's beer) and other Brotherhood of Eternal Love members for the music documentary, Jimi Hendrix - Rainbow Bridge.This scene doesn't begin to describe the incidents and events packed into this history of the early LSD-drenched days of the sixties in the LA area (with excursions to Hawaii and Afghanistan). This one concentrates specifically on the cast of bizarre characters who morphed from petty rebel-with-a-cause-type criminals running around looking for people to beat up, into peaceniks out to save the world by means of (literally) millions of doses of Orange Sunshine - reputed to be the finest acid ever produced on a mass scale.Although not yet as widespread in popular culture at large, the forms DILF (for "Daddy I'd Like to Fuck") or FILF (for "Father I'd Like to Fuck") also exist among women and gay men to refer to a sexually attractive older man. This plate was approved, but it was later canceled after complaints were filed against it.
Schou is the author of Kill the Messenger: How the CIA's Crack Cocaine Epidemic Destroyed Journalist Gary Webb.Orange Sunshine serves as a valuable time capsule from the American counterculture.It's also one hell of a fun read.” ―Rob Kirkpatrick, author of 1969: The Year Everything Changed NICHOLAS SCHOU is a full-time staff writer for OC Weekly.That story deserves to be told.” ―Reason“Orange Sunshine reads so much like classic Thomas Pynchon--with its mind-bending and hilarious tale of a secret society of mystic surfers who bomb Southern California with LSD--that the reader has to wonder: Is 'Nick Schou' a pseudonym?” ―Mike Davis, author of City of Quartz, Planet of Slums, and In Praise of Barbarians“Nick Schou has uncovered a bizarre, wild ride of a story that seems straight out of Easy Rider or Zabriskie Point--except it really happened.