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Grogan wrote, "Richard Brautigan didn't have to mention it in the poem he wrote about how Emmett Grogan left his habit there" Grogan meaning the ranch near Point Reyes, California, called "Olema," a commune dedicated to revitalizing and reinventing culture, economy, and family, and "led" from by Peter Coyote. Olema was well-known to those looking for alternative life choices, including withdrawal from drug addictions.

Grogan started using heroin in the summer of Once free of his addiction, Grogan decided to document the accomplishments of the Free City Collective he helped establish. The central component was a prose piece written by Grogan providing instructions for those wishing to organize and maintain a Free City with services "that provide a base of freedom for autonomous groups to carry out their programs without having to hassle for food, printing facilities, transportation, mechanics, money, housing, working space, clothes, machinery, trucks, etc.

Included in San Francisco in the Sixties , edited by George Perry ; a collection of photographs documenting activities in San Francisco. A San Francisco neighborhood district that from until was a mecca for young people who openly declared ambitions counter to the prevailing middle-class American values and the then current Vietnam war.

This counterculture evolved from the earlier Beat movement and was based on experimentation with psychedelic drugs, electrified music, and changing social values. The name of this district, the countercultural movement, and the people associated with it, hippies all became synonymous.

It was also known as "The Hashbury" or simply, "The Haight. The Haight-Ashbury district was the geographical center of San Francisco. Roughly sixteen square city blocks in size bounded on the north by Fulton Street; on the south by a neighborhood district variously named Buena Vista, Ashbury Heights, or Upper Terrace; on the east by Divisadero Street; and on the west by Golden Gate Park. About half the terrain was level, the other half hilly.

Its name came from the intersection of the two most prominent streets: Haight Street begins at Market Street, just beyond the downtown section and ends at the pedestrian entrance to Golden Gate Park. The last five blocks were neighborhood shops and stores. In the mids, it was a quiet neighborhood, home to blue and white collar workers, blacks moving out of the Fillmore district just a few blocks to the south, beatniks seeking escape from the North Beach area, immigrants, and students from the nearby San Francisco State College, a hotbed of early s counterculture.

All favored the inexpensive housing available in turn-of-the-century Victorian houses of the neighborhood and its location near Golden Gate Park and its extension, The Panhandle, a one-block wide by eight-blocks long park. Into this multicultural mix was stirred an evolving electronic rock music, coming from folk and mediated by newly invented light shows, Beat poetics, campus politics, street theater happenings, and the then legal pyschedelic drug LSD.

Stephen Gaskin provides a personalized account of experiments with drugs in Haight-Ashbury. See also Hunter S. Thompson's account of Haight-Ashbury, a community built around drugs. The result was a unique sense of community, centered around a new form of music acid rock and evolving cultural values counter to those promoted in the rest of the country.

The countercultural movement begun here spread throughout the country and around the world. What happened here, according to Barney Hoskyns was "a grand experiment in quasi-communal living, an attempt to break away from mainstream America—from conformity to capitalist consumerism, from the rigidity of sexual roles, from the violence of the Vietnam War—and create a new tribe of "beautiful dropouts.

Hoskyns' book, Beneath The Diamond Sky: Haight-Ashbury , focuses primarily on the bands, music, and musicians of the time, but provides an interesting account of the cultural context of Haight-Ashbury. The height of Haight-Ashbury's notoriety ran from roughly November to mid-January During this time thousands of young people from around the world poured into the district seeking to be part of what was happening there, especially during the summer of , the Summer of Love.

An end date for the Haight-Ashbury phenomena is often cited as the 6 December stabbing death of Meredith Hunter, killed by members of the San Francisco and Oakland Hell's Angels Motorcycle Club, hired to provide security for the rock group The Rolling Stones during a concert at the Altamont speedway stadium east of San Francisco. Ralph "Sonny" Barger , founder of the Oakland chapter and long time leader of the Hell's Angels, provides an interesting first hand account of the Altamont incident and places it within an alternative context: Altamont might have been some big catastrophe to the hippies, but it was just another Hell's Angel event to me" Barger Memoir by an activist priest who sheltered runaways during the heyday of Haight-Ashbury.

Songs of Love and Haight. Parodies of popular songs, exalting and satirizing the hippie scene of Haight-Ashbury. Concise Bibliography of Haight-Ashbury Compiled by the staff of the Museum of the City of San Francisco, this bibliography provides references to a lot of obscure and escoteric information about this six-block area of San Francisco.

First edition published as Amazing Dope Tales. The Book Publishing Company, Beneath The Diamond Sky: Traces the history, customs, and social life of this mecca for the countercultural scene from its beginning to the 6 December stabbing death of Meredith Hunter, killed by members of the San Francisco and Oakland Hells Angels Motorcycle Club hired to provide security for the rock group The Rolling Stones during a concert at the Altamont speedway stadium east of San Francisco.

Primarily focused on the musicians, bands, and music of Haight-Ashbury and San Francisco. A comprehensive history of the movement centered in a run-down Victorian neighborhood that culminated in San Francisco's Summer of Love. Provides fine coverage of the poets, writers, musicians, activists, and otherwise anonymous people who were involved in the intensity and euphoria of the times and the movement. The Sign of the Fool. Memoirs from the Haight-Ashbury, A memoir written by a member of a motorcycle gang.

Dwells on the drugs used by people in Haight-Ashbury and the community built around them. Written prior to Thompson's first novel and his trademark "gonzo" style of journalism. Looking for a way to get involved, Anderson and Hayward decided to start a newspaper.

A fan of Marshall McLuhan, they decided their newspaper should be instantaneous, current, and immediately disposable. Anderson and Hayward shared an apartment at Duboce. With royalty checks from Anderson's novel and Hayward's Ramparts connections , they bought mimeograph equipment and were in business as Communication Company. He and H'lane [Resnikoff; Hayward's partner] are out in the kitchen gabbing and I'm processing paper, he's drinking tea, I seem to remember he didn't do coffee, while H['lane] did" Claude Hayward.

Barber, 17 December Provides a first-hand account of role he played, along with Brautigan, at The Invisible Circus. A motorcycle club with chapters in Oakland and San Francisco, California, during Brautigan's time there. The Biker Who Shot Me: Recollections of a Crime Reporter. McClelland and Stewart, A story by a Montreal newspaperman who was contracted to be killed by the bikers in Montreal after his expose on their activities in the city.

He survived after being shot six times. Subsequent police actions against biker groups in Montreal, including hells angels, ended an ongoing bloody biker feud. William Morrow and Company, Follow up to Hell's Angel see below. Features true-life stories about Barger's experiences with the hells angels Motorcycle Club and the men and women he met along the way. Ralph "Sonny" Barger, founder of the Oakland chapter and long time leader of the Hells Angels, recounts his life and his role in founding and leading the Oakland chapter of the hells angels Motorcycle Club.

Of note are his accounts of the roles of Hells Angels during the s in San Francisco and the December 6, stabbing death of Meredith Hunter at the Rolling Stones concert at the Altamont speedway stadium, an event often cited as the end of the Summer of Love.

Hardly the "Searching Report on What's Behind The Strange Cult of Motorcycle Clubs" the cover promises, but still an interesting overview of some of the more visible aspects of the motorcycle club in general. Of note is the glance backward at early reports, later proved inaccurate, that set the public image of Hells Angels as outaws.

A combination of spirited ethnography, humorous fantasizing, and artsy reporting pioneered by Thompson, who spent more than a year closely associated with the Oakland and San Francisco Hells Angels Motorcycle Clubs. Provides interesting observations on three events closely associated with the Hells Angel's history: One thousand copies of this tri-colored poster were printed. Emmett Grogan , one of the founders of the Diggers , described the planning process in his autobiography Ringolevio: Grogan said "poets Richard Brautigan and Lenore Kandel" and others who could organize a meaningful event were invited.

The planning session was held in the basement of the Glide Memorial Church Mime Troupe and they also belonged to the radical Artists Liberation Front [ALF], an organization comprised of Bay Area artist who sought to make viable the latent and often evil stupidity inherent in the American government's handling of our city, state and country's affairs.

They would attempt to accomplish this through the sponsorship of art exhibitions, films, plays, concerts, or any event which had an educational theme geared toward heightening people's awareness of what was being done by politicians in their name.

The only real difficulty in organizing such a collaboration was finding a suitable location where the entire ALF membership could freely convene to perform en masse. They mentioned this one afternoon during a conference with two Methodist ministers who were also officers of the Glide Methodist Church.

The parish of Glide Church is in the Tenderloin or the Times Square district of San Francisco, making it one of the few churches in the world with a congregation composed largely of prostitutes and homosexuals of either sex. Because of this, Glide Church naturally placed much importance and effort on working to relieve social problems and to insure the welfare of its parishioners, as well as on maintaining a foundation which studied their sexual habits and did statistical research in conjunction with the Kinsey Institute.

They did this without actually knowing what they were committing themselves and their church to, and Emmett and the others made a point of not telling them more of their plans than they thought was wise. There were poets Richard Brautigan and Lenore Kandel. After a while, the separate offices and rooms of the Glide Church building, the interior of the house of worship itself, and the outside area and adjacent parking lot were marked off and designated to different groups of persons at the meeting.

These individuals were to use the space or spaces they were assigned, and their various talents to design and create an assortment of permissive settings or scenes in which they themselves and others would be able to act out their own fantasies.

They named the event "The Invisible Circus" and decided that in order for it to be effective it had to run for an entire weekend or a full three-day period. They also resolved to limit publicity to word of mouth with the exception of one thousand tricolor poster-handbills of a sketched circus-wagon announcing The Invisible Circus as a seventy-two hour environmental community happening sponsored by the Diggers, the Artists Liberation Front, and Glide Church, with the time, place and date.

Emmett was enthusiastic and worked hard on the event, whenever he could get away from the Free Frame of Reference and the Free Food for a while. Like the others involved, he wanted to show up the feebleness of most public gatherings, like the Human Be-In, by themselves as active participants in the happening, not passive stargazers" Members of the art community claimed rooms in the church and prepared them for happenings.

Rooms were designated for confrontation, peace, quiet, and love making. Other rooms were dedicated to tie-dying, sewing, hand-painting t-shirts, and writing poetry.

Food was available in the church cafeteria. By all accounts, the impact of The Invisible Circus was tremendous in that it allowed attendees to plan and participate in their own events, many of which were far out of character for a church, even one as liberal as the Glide Memorial Church. Nudity, lovemaking, pornographic films, bands, balloons, rooms filled with plastic, or mattresses: Grogan provides a lengthy and detailed account in his autobiography Ringolevio: A Life Played for Keeps.

He says, in part, the church basement was turned into a "R and R center, with a huge punch bowl on one of the tables filled with Tang and spiked with salutary doses of acid. Upstairs, a row of a dozen separate offices had been redecorated as "love-making salons" with candles, incense, floor-mattresses covered with colorful spreads made in India, bottles of oils, perfumes and lubricants, doors with locks on their insides and all the light bulbs removed" Egan described the event as having "no publicity, no media, just the night itself with the right people there.

The Diggers, she wrote, "fixed the place up like a funhouse, all these trippy rooms and colored lights, shredded plastic on the floor, punch bowls full of Kool-Aid acid. The usual thing, in a way, except it wasn't usual yet, and besides, this was a church, pews, altar, the whole bit.

The idea was for everyone to live out their craziest fantasies at once. Meanwhile, these "reporters" were taking notes on everything that happened, then Richard Brautigan—no joke, Brautigan himself—would type up the notes into "news bulletins" and mimeograph hundreds of copies that got passed around instantly, so not only were people doing all this crazy shit, but a lot of times they were reading about themselves doing it before they'd even finished.

The nickname "Batman" came from Jahrmarkt's deep interest in Batman comics. His poem about Digger Jahrmarkt was first distributed as a broadside printed by the Communication Company. New York August , pp. Little, Brown, , pp. I just did a Google search and found your website. It is very interesting. When I was 12 I made a family tree and I was always intrigued by Billy's kid's names.

Barber, 20 August Jahrmarkt opened the Batman Gallery Michael McClure suggested Jahrmarkt name his gallery after his comic hero, Batman in a defunct dress shop at Fillmore Street in San Francisco on 3 November with financial help from his father. The first exhibition was of work by Bruce Conner who painted the walls of the gallery black.

A reading of poetry by Kirby Doyle was also featured. He was also involved with the Diggers. Because of his involvement with narcotics, Jahrmarkt did not keep his gallery open for regular business hours.

Sales were low, and fourteen months after it opened, in February , Jahrmarkt sold the Batman Gallery to San Francisco pyschiatrist Michael Agron, who ran it until In the early s the Jahrmarkt family moved to Afghanistan where narcotic drugs were freely available.

Jahrmarkt died in Kabul, Afghanistan, 30 January , the day after he dropped his gun and accidently shot himself.

Of Jahrmarkt's death, Ira Cohen, in his poem "From The Moroccan Journal—," wrote "And Billy Batman, who made the best hash in the world, he dropped a loaded pistol in Kabul, shot himself in the balls, took some heroin and lay down to die.

Use the "back" and "forward" buttons to view additional images. Singer for the rock group Big Brother and the Holding Company whose shrieking, stomping, urgent delivery redefined the concept of a female vocalist.

A native of Port Arthur, Texas, Joplin arrived in Haight-Ashbury in , brought there by fellow Texan Chet Helms, head of Family Dog, an organization formed in the summer of to work with San Francisco musicians and promote rock dances and concerts.

Helms knew Joplin, knew her singing style, and thought both would be good for Big Brother. Albert Grossman, manager for Bob Dylan, put them under contract and sent them on tour. Joplin's unique voice and singing style and her hard-drinking lifestyle were soon known around the country. The record album "Cheap Thrills" featured a cover illustration by Robert Crumb , then a little known illustrator living in Haight-Ashbury.

His work for Big Brother brought Crumb exposure to a national audience for the first time. She died 4 October from a heroin overdose in a Los Angeles motel room. There was no ceremony "Janis Cremated, Ashes in Pacific. Joplin's song "Mercedes Benz," although drawing from McClure's line "Lord, won't you buy me a Mercedes Benz," was actually written in collaboration with Bob Neuwirth, road manager for Bob Dylan during the English tour filmed in "Don't Look Back," and was included on Joplin's album "Pearl," released in , posthumously, following her death in Furnishings in Brautigan's Geary Street apartment included a piece of gold lame given him by Joplin.

Claude Hayward notes Joplin as a friend of author and artist Maurice Lacy. Author of The Love Book which gained immense popularity when it was declared obscene and without redeeming social value by a jury on 28 May following a five-week trial. Warren French says, the case began 17 November when clerks at the Psychedelic Shop in Haight-Ashbury and City Lights Books were arrested for "pandering to obscenity" by selling copies of the book which consisted "almost entirely of repetitions of the word fuck arranged in various patterns on the pages.

Kandel testified that the book was 'the culmination of a year search for an apropriate way to worship the divinity of man and express her belief that sexual acts between loving persons are religious acts'" French Two days after the verdict, Kandel announced she would donate one percent of the profits from her book to the Police Retirement Association as a way of thanking the police for bringing the book to public attention.

Sales of her book soared Charles Perry Despite this surge in interest, and the overturning of the verdict on appeal, Kandel made little attempt to capitalize on the publicity and published only one more collection of poems Word Alchemy , before dropping out of sight French Work included in Oct.

See Trout Fishing in America. Name noted on posters advertising the event. Brautigan and others also participated. Work included in The Digger Papers , with Brautigan and others, The final "e" in Kehoe was often dropped in various documents and she was known as Mary Lou. Her grandparents ran a poorhouse in the St. Allegedly participated in one of the two meetings Brautigan acknowledged having with his father, Bernard.

Allegedly frequently left Brautigan with others while she worked. Alleged abuse of Brautigan by stepfather, Folston. Mary Lou and other family members remarked about Brautigan's stay in State Hospital. Said she and husband, Folston, visited weekly. Remarked about Brautigan leaving and never seeing her again. Daughter of Beat novelist Jack Kerouac. Author of Baby Driver: Her involvement with drugs as a teenager led to time in a mental institution.

After her release, Kerouac traveled in Mexico. Her travels were the subject of Trainsong. A leading figure in the San Francisco poetry circles during the late s and throughout the s, especially those formed around senior poet Robert Duncan, Allen Ginsberg, and Gary Snyder.

Moved to San Francisco in and was soon associated with the Beat writers and poets there. Her first book of poetry, The Tapestry and the Web , was published in She is noted as one of only a few women writers to gain respect on their own terms, both with readers and fellow writers. She married Gary Snyder - who had moved to San Francisco five years earlier to study oriental language at the University of California Berkeley.

He left for Japan in and Kyger spent some time with him there as well as traveling about Asia with Ginsberg. Snyder's interest in Asia and the natural world influenced the Beats. Kyger lives today in Marin County, California, where she continues to be active as a writer, and an editor for a weekly local newspaper, the Bolinas Hearsay News.

According to Pierre Delattre , Kyger participated, along with Brautigan and others, in Dharma Committee poetry readings, Work included in the first and only issue of Brautigan's literary magazine, Change , Work included, in Mark In Time: Featured in Contemporary Authors Autobiography Series. Allen , Michael McClure , and Kyger. Kyger commented on Brautigan's dedication, his work, and his rise to fame. See In Watermelon Sugar. Involved in efforts to rescind a ban against Brautigan's books at a California high school.

Papers collected at University of Mississippi. Obituary for Seymour Sam Lawrence Anonymous. Lawrence, a cheerful, nattily dressed man who lived for his authors, and who had a room dedicated to him and them at the University of Mississippi last April, always said he cared more about the lasting quality of his writers than their instant fame, though he had many bestsellers over the years, from the likes of Kurt Vonnegut, Robert B.

The full text of this review reads, "Like Richard Brautigan's Dreaming of Babylon , Kotzwinkle's venture into crime fiction is first rate, a delight to read and a successful attempt to expand the horizons of the genre" An article about Seymour Lawrence. Says he started his independent imprint in with only one book on his list, The Ginger Man , by J. Poet, contemporary, and friend of Brautigan. Associated with San Francisco poetry since Taught at San Francisco State College in early s.

Co-edited and published, with Brautigan, a magazine called Change. Hoffman was trying to create a derivative of ergot, a fungus that infects various cereal plants.

He noted sensations of vertigo and restlessness, fantastic patterns, plasticity, fantastic pictures and color patterns over a two hour period after ingesting his synthesized ergot. LSD was declared illegal on 6 October Increased interest on LSD helped Brautigan realize dream of becoming a writer. Barney Hoskins wrote of a new music, acid rock, that evolved from the use of LSD and changing cultural values. Timothy Leary urged people to use LSD, and to "turn on, tune in, and drop out.

Printer and head of the White Rabbit Press from Mackintosh met Jack Spicer in and corresponded with him while completing a tour of duty in the U. Following his discharge, Mackintosh studied with Spicer at the University of California, Berkeley, until his graduation in Noted Please Plant This Book as one of the two most imaginative books he printed.

Printed Edward Dorn's "There's only one natural death, and even that's Bedcide: For the post-mortem amusement of Richard Brautigan," a poem full of puns about the varieties of death. McClure acquired his own fame in the s with his play The Beard , a story of actress Jean Harlow and outlaw Billy the Kid locked together in a room for eternity. The play ended with a simulated sexual act and productions were routinely raided by the police on obscenity charges.

He has performed with Ray Manzarek , former keyboardist for the influential rock group The Doors. Following the death of lead singer Jim Morrison in , Manzarek produced four albums for the punk rock band X and recorded several solo albums. He wrote the confessional memoir, Light My Fire: My Life with The Doors. See McClure-Manzarek for more information about their collaboration. Edward Foster said McClure and Brautigan first met in Commented on the richness of people and ideas Brautigan must have found in San Francisco in the late s.

Commented on the relationship between Jack Spicer and Brautigan. Suggested that Brautigan first met Joanne Kyger through Spicer. Noted the first appearance of Brautigan's fish drawing in Lay the Marble Tea , Brautigan dedicated the poem Mike to McClure. The poem was first published in The Octopus Frontier , Made a poster for Brautigan's first reading of Trout Fishing in America.

Ghost Tantras reviewed by Brautigan in an essay titled "At Sea," Brautigan's poems "The Buses" and "Period Piece" also appeared in this issue. Participated, with Brautigan and others, in the Rolling Renaissance: McClure's success with songwriting inspired Brautigan to give two poems to singer Janis Joplin , hoping she would turn them into songs. Contacted by Barry Miles regarding a planned Apple Records spoken word recording project that eventually became Listening to Richard Brautigan.

Brautigan's one record album. Edited first issue with Meltzer and Lawrence Ferlinghetti. Reprinted in Meltzer's Golden Gate: Reprinted in Meltzer's San Francisco Beat: Commented on the bad relationship between David Meltzer and Brautigan.

Included in Mark In Time: On Art, Nature, and the Visionary. University of New Mexico Press, , pp. Notes for his article "Brautigan's Wake. Noted Brautigan's fascination with the Colt Navy.

Recounted backround of Brautigan's poem, "A Correction. Subject of a textual reference in Brautigan's poem, Abalone Curry. Especially so since it is his most perfect book. Mentioned by Robert Creeley in his obituary for Allen following his death in Work included in Beatitude , issue 9, , with Brautigan's poem "Swandragons. Edited first issue with McClure and Lawrence Ferlinghetti. Contributed a poem, along with Brautigan and others, to Poetry Folio: Brautigan's poem was September California.

Said that although he was invited, Brautigan did not read any of this work. Participated, with Brautigan and others, in the Spring Renaissance Faire.

Provided extensive comments regarding Brautigan and his writing in an interview with John Barber, READ a transcript of this interview. Louis, MO This collection archives Meltzer's correspondence, manuscripts, editorial material, and taped interviews relating to The San Francisco Poets as well as materials associated with other projects. Contains no correspondence or other materials from or to Brautigan, although a note from Helen Brann, The Sterling Lord Agency, Brautigan's literary agent, offers to clear the rights for use of Brautigan poems in Meltzer's book but needs "to know exactly which poems Richard plans to use in his self-interview for you before I can either grant permission or refer you to the publisher who may or may not control anthology rights to the poetry.

Manager of City Lights Books for twenty-two years, The following material may be protected under copyright. It is used here for archival, educational, and research purposes, not for commercial gain or public distribution.

Individuals using this material should respect the author's rights in any use of this material. The first time I met Richard was in the North Beach scene of the late '50s. He worked for Greyhound Bus Line and on the weekends we'd "liberate" their mimeograph machines to run off booklets by Jack Spicer, Robert Duncan, Denise Levertov, and others under his imprint.

A weird and wonderful range of younger poets would gather at Joe's apartment to present their poems of the week; people like Joanne Kyger, Michael McClure, Harold Dull, George Stanley, and others. Richard identified with Spicer's compact and hard-boiled mystic poetry and more than anything, I suspect, wanted Jack's blessing which never really happened. I don't want to get too easygoing about lost fathers but Jack was an ideal father figure, but, like Richard, equally narcissistic and self-loathing.

They were too close to each other to help each other. They drank themselves to death. They were both isolated and in deep withdrawn despair. We were peers, pretty much the same age, on different paths but still curious about each other and often talked writing, poetry, and novels at Vesuvio's and The Place, or on the streets in between those two watering holes in late '50s.

As contemporaries on that particular scene, I think we were inspired by the immediate middle aged elder poets like Jack Spicer and Robert Duncan. I remember Richard talking about his admiration of Ernest Hemingway and about Sherwood Anderson's economy and complex simplicity.

I tried pitching James Jones to him which he dodged, despite my eloquence. I wanted to include Richard because we knew each other as young poets on the transitory scene and talked a lot of barroom blather about poetry and writing. I felt his interactive dialogue would've been helpful to others in the struggle. Richard was included in the first gathering because we were friends and he was suddenly very visible and like all anthologists, I was stacking the deck.

At the last minute, Brautigan decided to forego the interview process and instead invent his own, which, in the spirit, seemed fine. Obviously, Brautigan was voicing the zeitgeist not so much of his generation but of that younger one his readers and girl friends inhabited. Remember, Brautigan wasn't in any sense a documenter or creative realist like Kerouac but was, instead, a fabulist, beyond the moment.

At the last minute, Richard said he didn't want to be interviewed and would instead submit a "self interview" which I said, under the circumstances and deadline, was okay. He was riding the first wave of literary and financial success and was acting accordingly.

One way or another, participants in any literary scene that surfaces into the mainstream has impact. Richard had already locked-down a certain style and attitude towards what writing was for him. His Emily Dickinson chapbook, Lay the Marble Tea, with its cover drawn by his artist friend Kenn Davis, expressed not only a sense of style but how writing could be packaged.

During the heyday of the '60s, with the Diggers breaking through the barricades, Richard was a comfortable outlaw, non-threatening in his demands, whimsical and latently nasty. For someone as frugal as Richard, the anti-capitalist, anti-materialist gesture had less to do with the confrontational theatrics of the Diggers then to his own deeply tangled abjection of childhood poverty and its humiliations. I remember a sociological book of that era called The Hidden Injuries of Class by Richard Sennett and while Richard never brought "class" into his work I suspect it was a deep subtext that his work wrote out of.

The fickle finger s of fate. Like Jack Kerouac, Brautigan was elevated onto an impossible plateau which he managed as he could but, like Jack, couldn't handle the crushing embrace of success. Also other word heroes embraced by fame like Jack London, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and Ernest Hemingway, were on the road to self erasure.

I read where Sherwood Anderson died due to a pimentoed-olive speared by a toothpick which peirced his intestine on a cruise ship martini. Like Brautigan, Kerouac was immensely sensitive and introverted and really just wanted to write or hang out with his mates. They used booze to get out there, to be socially acceptable or outrageous.

But in Richard's case, he'd zone into sourness and mean-spirited behaviour, which I can identify with my own class-consciousness and its permanent imprint on social relationships. Richard will continue to sell books, at least those that are in print, and will, in the advent of fast-forward nostalgia, have the possibility of contacting an audience of Sorrows of Werther and Kurt Cobain's Hemingway style brain blast.

But Richard was middle-aged when he suicided [sic] himself. The mystery of young death seems more haunting and inexplicable. Suicide, unless in extreme health situations will always have an aura of the inexplicable around it. Everyone tries to "figure out" the why of it. If you know someone you don't have to collect them, unless of course you're compulsive and lost in the mythos of loss.

Was it the moment, its sizzle and razzle-dazzle? Michael McClure reads Richard as a fabulist, a bent fairytale author, just as he described my 10 agit-smut novels written in Richard was a serious writer who sometimes drifted off into a Digger-Hippie-McKuenesque not McCluhanesque fey naivete deeply insinuated with dark weaves of rage.

I don't want to presume anything, but I'll guess Richard's class consciousness underpins his work; and like his heroes Ernest Hemingway and F. Scott Fitzgerald, he was devoured in that same life-suck embrace of fame and success.

R evolution was not what Richard or the Diggers were about, in retrospect. The Black Panthers also betrayed by charisma were more proactive and active in communities of social and economic alienation.

Mostly, Diggers were boys who dug the romance of it. Peter Coyote nee Cohen , for example. Emmett Grogan, on the other hand, was the real deal proletariat. But if you've been doing your research you know that the boys' club got into the high life of bad boy celebrity with its perks of speed and guns and leather jackets and male posturing.

You express the difficulty of evaluating his work as writing is undetachable from a time, a moment, a frisson. Richard was first and foremost a writer, even though he continually lost track of it in the haze and blaze of a kind of lethal public embrace.

Kenneth Rexroth insisted that the true works are those that can't be assimilated. Her father, Charles, was a successful insurance broker, running Century Insurance at St. James Street West, in Montreal. Her Grandfather, George Washington Pacaud married Henriette Oswald, also of Montreal, and started the successful insurance firm. He also dabbled with issues of money as a minor playwright, writing three known plays: Sommerville's Secret , a three-act comedy entitled Social Idolatry in , and another three-act comedy entitled Noveaux Riches in Secretary for the San Francisco chapter of the Hell's Angels motorcycle club, where he was known as "Freewheelin' Frank.

Grove Press, was dictated to McClure. Reynolds tells why he is a Hell's Angel, how he came to be one, the significance of the Angel Code, and much more. It consisted of twelve sheets of unbound poems and prose by Reynolds, each in his own calligraphy and printed on one side in color. The folding cover featured a photograph on the back of Reynolds by Larry Keenan, Jr. Allegedly Brautigan paid for or facilitated the printing of this publication but Communication Company founding partner Claude Hayward says, "The truth is, nobody ever paid for anything.

I can not remember there ever being a cash transaction, per se. There was never a price list. We made people bring us stuff we needed, like paper or ink. I made payments on the machines while I was still working for Ramparts , and somehow there was the rent money.

Richard promoted Freewheelin's work, but I remember that as having been in the context of the courting of the [Hell's] Angels by Peter [ Coyote ] and Emmett [ Grogan ]. It may also have been after I left the scene. H'lane [Resnikoff] and I went down to LA to leaflet the Hollywood Bowl concert of the Spoonful, and when we returned, discovered that Chester [ Anderson ] had grabbed them and hidden out.

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Vintage plane crash lands safely on busy highway The pilot managed to walk away from the landing. Dark Is Not Evil: Everyone in the BAU wears dark clothes and dark suits, but they're the good guys.

Conversely, more than a few UnSubs have worn white or light-colored clothing. Appears on "Final Shot". The Scary Black Man protector of the UnSub's target seen throughout the episode is in reality the UnSub himself, a mercenary Cold Sniper using a kind of "focusing technique" so as to keep alert until the time the victim exposes herself. Daylight Horror Dead All Along: Occasionally, an UnSub's companion s throughout the episode will turn out to be this: Dead Guy on Display: The "Art of Dying" chapter from the PC game.

Everyone on the team has their moments of this, but the most prominent examples are Hotch with an emphasis on deadpan , and combined with The Comically Serious , Rossi, and Prentiss and the latter two are especially snarky when teamed up together.

Deal with the Devil: Essentially what keeps the Reaper at bay for ten years. Played with in "Cradle to Grave", where the UnSub and his wife are killing the girls after they give birth, if the baby is a girl.

The killer's mother in "Profiling " not only died while giving birth to him, but he was a Child by Rape. This, along with the horrific abuse he received at the hands of a cruel grandmother who resented him being born, saying he was conceived in sin and that her daughter's "womb was cursed", helped lead him to murder women and remove their uteri.

The meatpacking plant in "Legacy. Generally considered a bad idea as defiance makes UnSubs more agitated. Prentiss has a habit of antagonizing her captors, notably in "Minimal Loss" when she states "I can take it" while being beat up, and in "Lauren" when captured and interrogated by Doyle about the death of his son, Declan. Some UnSubs do this while confessing. Didn't See That Coming: Said word-for-word by Morgan in "Zoe's Reprise," after he and Prentiss seemingly stop the UnSub in the process of killing his next victim, only to discover that they are, in fact, a couple simply about to initiate a bout of very kinky sex.

Kyle Murphy dies this way after his older brother Danny shoves plane parts down his throat in "A Shade of Gray. An entire squad, bar the chief and likely the former chief in "Demons. Much of the cast, most notably Reid. Happens a lot on this show e. Maeve's stalker is eventually revealed to be working off of this. Maeve rejected her thesis years ago because the study she did on suicide and couples included her own dead parents in the sample group, which was also implied to be too small to hold up.

For this slight, the UnSub decided to make Maeve's life a living hell and prove herself better by dating Maeve's old boyfriend, then trying to seduce Reid, again to one-up Maeve.

She is only happy when being assured that Maeve is not as good as she is. And the real kicker? Maeve actually thought her hypothesis might have merit, but thought she needed to improve her sampling techniques in order to present it properly.

The Dog Bites Back: A woman was told that has a knack for "finding the evil in men" by her dowsing grand? The ending implies that she might have been "encouraging" them - possibly unawares to the first executed boyfriend, but when your copycat boyfriend kills four women in one day just to make you a nice wig you may as well embrace your "gift.

The Story Arc of Reid's drug use is developed in "Jones"; the title is the name of a bar in New Orleans which is a crime scene, and also a reference to an addict "jonesing" for his next fix. Hotch, who loses his son when Haley leaves him ; the UnSub, Mr. Smith, who is dying of a malignant brain tumor, has been using his son to lure murder victims, and structures his abductions and dumpings around his son's school schedule ; and Gideon, a father-figure to Reid "in name" , who left the team due to his inability to handle the work, but only explained himself to Reid.

Rossi's character is an "about-face" degree turn from Gideon, egotistical and ruthless where Gideon was cerebral and team-oriented. Hotch met Haley when they were both in a high school production of Pirates. Her mother says they were considering naming her Jennifer instead of Kate. It also refers to Garcia "compromising" both her usual role as technical analyst and taking on J. On top of all that, you also have little Ellie Spicer, from "Our Darkest Hour" and "The Longest Night," looking for a safe haven away from her neglectful foster family in California by running away to Virginia to see Morgan.

I'm the man who took Hope. You took my Hope??!! In "Psychodrama" the family treats the father like he let the UnSub have their way with them while the UnSub held them at gunpoint with a Mac Stating he should have fought back to protect them despite doing such action would have been suicidal.

No, it is not okay. Both either occur or are a concern in "I Love You Tommy Brown", and it's treated with as much horror as it deserves. This trope is actually invoked in-universe during that very episode, acknowledging the double standard. A damn rarity for television. Shame as that is. The episode "Psychodrama" also indicates that a mother sexually abused her son and daughter.

It's a relatively minor plot point, but is treated as being appropriately horrific. Also averted in "The Angel Maker". The team initially assumes the UnSub is male as the victims are being raped and murdered.

They later learn the killer is a woman, and while they make a comment that she would had to have used an object to commit the rape, it is still clearly not okay. A "conversion therapy" center in "Broken" hired a prostitute to have sex with gay boys against their will in an attempt to "cure" them of their sexuality.

This is treated appropriately as just one more of the center's many crimes, such as chaining them to chairs and keeping them drugged awake to watch heterosexual porn for the same purpose. There are eight rings, which mean Karl has killed many more people without raising any suspicion before being caught.

The end of the case but not the episode in "Normal" - Norman's family was Dead All Along , and he'd been hallucinating that they were still alive the whole time. Even worse, the time of death was confirmed to have been before the BAU's involvement, meaning there was absolutely nothing they could have done to save them at all.

In the end, the only justice that gets handed down is Mob justice. Gideon, already heavily traumatized by the events of "No Way Out Part 2," blames himself for the case's failure and resigns from the BAU for good. I can't come to the phone right now because I'm out living my life!

The victim's real killer turns out to be his older brother, and his parents conspired with their police detective friend to stage it as a murder by the pedophile, for whom the cops were already looking anyway. In the end, the boy is implied to be on his way to an institution, and the detective has been forced to resign and will likely face charges. As Hotch himself points out in the narration, "To Hell and Back" - Lucas is gunned down by the team, and Mason is killed by the brother of one of the victims, leaving no one alive to face justice for the crimes they committed.

The fact that the episode, and season, ends with Hotch being ambushed by The Reaper makes it an even bigger downer ending. Rossi, however, denies that this is the case , because they still saved the children , and that's what matters the most.

Later he attacks Hotchner, who has no choice except to shoot him, though not before the murderer apologizes to his daughter, leaving her alone. Although there are wrenching hospital and funeral scenes, and the team suffers a terrible loss, Prentiss is shown to be alive at the very end.

The very next episode, Carolyn, the ex-wife, kills herself and dies in Rossi's arms. Then he's shown at the cemetery, staring at a headstone that belongs to their son, who died the day he was born.

It was such a downer that many fans got upset with the ending, and Breen Frazier, the writer of the episode, said that the anger was his goal all along. The episode takes place in a mental institution her story told through flashback , and it's unlikely that she'll ever recover. This particular revelation is left hanging until the end of the season "The Hunt" , where said network is discovered and dismantled.

One of the victims in "Awake" escapes from his captor and later reunites with his wife, and then is forced awake each time. A number of UnSubs kill themselves at the end of their episodes. This was actually the original plan for how to write Gideon out, but Mandy Patinkin refused. You can still see echoes of it in "In Birth and Death", particularly in the shot where he contemplates his gun before putting it on the table with his badge instead. Done literally by an UnSub who targets people driving red coupes and runs them over with his pick-up, because his wife died from an accident involving a red coupe.

When the team discover that the red coupe was her car, and he was driving it when the accident happened and confront the UnSub about why his memories of the tragedy are so vague, he drives off a cliff. How Garcia and Kevin meet. Let's count them off, shall we? Morgan was sexually molested from childhood through adolescence by an authority figure , and his father was killed in front of him when he was very young.

Prentiss had a neglectful mother and had an abortion at age One should note that the abortion itself is never played for angst; rather the consequences of it - her isolation from the baby's father and the guilt heaped on her by her Catholic upbringing - is. She also went under deep cover to catch Doyle, to the point of feigning a relationship with him.

We see that Doyle fell for her, but whether she did or didn't have some feelings for Doyle is unclear. In any case, they wind up trying to kill each other. Her resulting psychological issues are referenced throughout season 7, notably in "Unknown Subject" where she is seen in counseling and talks to a rape victim about what it's like when "the monster from your nightmares" comes back for you.

Rossi has three ex-wives as a result of being Married to the Job. He also had the Galen case "Damaged" and the Butcher case "Remembrance of Things Past" , which haunted him for more than ten years and didn't get solved until he came out of retirement.

And in "From Childhood's Hour," his first ex-wife, Carolyn, returns to ask him to help assist in her suicide, not wanting to go through the deterioration of ALS.

He turns her down, and she kills herself anyway. The same episode reveals that they had had a son who died the day he was born. Garcia's parents were killed by a drunk driver when she was She "went underground" and became one of the most dangerous hackers in the world. She also worries that she's getting desensitized by all the horrible things that she sees.

Hotch is trying to raise his son after his ex-wife - his high school sweetheart - was murdered by the Reaper, who made him listen over the phone while she died. Hotch was so grief-stricken that he beat the Reaper to death with his bare hands.

Oh, and this was after he got stabbed and possibly raped by the Reaper, and had his son taken into protective custody. And after that time he nearly got blown up by a suicide bomber, lost an old flame in the same attack, and had painful hearing problems for some time afterwards as a result of it shattering his eardrums.

And it does not stop there, as it's implied at the end of "Natural Born Killer" that he was abused by his father. She also had a miscarriage during her assignment in the Middle East. Reid has a schizophrenic mother, a dad who walked out on them, drug addiction and social isolation. And his father figure up and left without even saying goodbye in person. He also lives in fear of the day that he might experience his own schizophrenic break. Gideon didn't even resign in person, he just left a letter behind for Reid and took off.

Elle, though, only resigned when Hotch made it clear he would never trust her again and would arrest her like anyone else if he had evidence of her crime. Seaver's father was a serial killer. There's also some tonal differences, like having multiple voice-over quotes throughout the episode instead of just as bookends; and characterization weirdness, like Morgan's wardrobe and Reid's "autistic tendencies" being decidedly more pronounced.

This all gets smoothed over within the first four episodes or so. Earn Your Happy Ending: Morgan goes through hell in the episodes leading up to his departure, but comes out intact by the end, along with his wife and newborn son.

One episode had an arsonist who began murdering men involved with corporations accused of being heavy polluters, as well as their families.

It turns out he was acting alone, and was nothing more than a sadistic psychopath he used a suit that allowed him to watch his victims burn up close. His actions disgusted the local environmental group whose website he was using to find his "justifiable" victims, especially the leader, who kills him in an instance of Taking You with Me.

The team briefly discuss the possibility that the titular "Heathridge Manor" might be this , given that all three of its residents end up going completely insane. Why did you hurt those kids? Because I wanted to. In "A Shade of Gray," a little boy named Danny kills his younger brother because he broke one of his model planes.

When his parents discover what he has done, Danny only feigns remorse so he won't get in trouble, secretly content his "annoying" brother is dead. Mark Gregory from "Charm and Harm" drowned his mother; Floyd Feylinn Ferell from "Lucky" tried to eat his baby sister; Peter Redding from "A Higher Power" slashed his brother's wrists; Colby Bachner from "Remembrance of Things Past" unwittingly helped his father murder his mother when he was ten; and The Reaper killed his parents and made it look like a car accident.

Jeremy, the budding sociopath in "Safe Haven". In "All That Remains," Sarah Morrison kills her sister and mother, and had meticulously planned out their demise while setting up her dissociative identity disorder afflicted father to take the blame.

Fanfiction-wise, writers will do nearly anything to Reid: But you will have a very hard time finding one where he goes back to the drugs. The closest you'll usually find are those that take place during his addiction, or ones where he never got over it.

It is mentioned several times throughout the series that pedophiles are considered scum even by hardened criminals. Some criminals make it a point that while they've done horrible things, they will draw the line at some point. The killers in "Identity" were loathed by even the other members of their Right-Wing Militia Fanatic coven for how badly they treated women.

Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Some criminals do genuinely care about their friends and family. William Harris in Soul Mates. Even though he's raped and murdered girls that were about his daughter's age, he will not stand anything happening to his daughter.

Bitterly ironic when Morgan and Rossi pointed out that the girls he and his partner killed were other people's daughters. Foyet to Hotch in "Nameless, Faceless": Yours are going to look just like them. Maeve's stalker is entirely motivated by the fact that Maeve rejected a thesis of hers since the girl had poorly conducted her sample by including her own parents' suicides.

She then shaped her entire life around being better than Maeve, began dating Maeve's ex-boyfriend, and then tried to take Reid when she realized Maeve loved him. Needless to say, they're not. Played magnificently straight in "The Inspiration," where it's not revealed to be that until the very end. And then subverted the next episode, when they turn out to be equally evil.

Okay, maybe not evil , but the Guantanamo guards detaining the Big Bad in "Lessons Learned" are portrayed as little more than brainless, brutish thugs themselves. This was likely partly due to the perception of the facility in the public eye and partly to contrast them with the protagonists.

Weaponized by the UnSub in "JJ". The team are trying to figure out how he beat a polygraph. They then realize he used this. He threw her overboard to be eaten by sharks. A trilogy of books all of which take place mid-Season Three and a computer game. Extra Y, Extra Violent: Played with; one killer claims that he's XYY, and that's why he kills. However, Rossi replies that the study linking that condition to criminal behavior was debunked years ago.

Hard cut to a scene of the UnSub eating something small and round and white For a more subdued example, there's the killer's habit of gluing his victims' eyes open in "Plain Sight. We get to see a lovely view of the corpses' vacant eye-sockets. Also, the way the spaces around Dana and Sam's eyes were red and almost sunken was horrifying.

Face Death with Dignity: Averted with Strauss , who dies terrified and crying for her children. Running contrary to the trope, this actually makes her more sympathetic and human. Played straight with Haley. In "Derailed," Garcia uses this, plus her standard Omniscient Database , to successfully identify every single passenger on a train using grainy security camera footage.

Kirsten Vangsness, before her Promotion to Opening Titles in the second season. Haley's death scene was set up as this in the show's th episode. And then it was terribly, horribly averted SSA David Rossi, who's made a boatload of money from his books , is one of the founders of the BAU, and apparently has a big following "when Manilow's not in town". The Family That Slays Together: Gets very creepy when it turns out that this is how the family continues; they've been doing this for generations.

And then at the very end of the episode, it turns out that the family has other branches, and the last shot of the episode is another similar set mother, father and young son preparing to kill some other people. Two borderline examples are "Mosley Lane" the first kid abducted by the couple was kept alive, because he developed severe Stockholm Syndrome ; the couple treats him sort of like a son, and he even helps them abduct other kids and "A Thousand Words" a near example because the father committed suicide, and the mother dies giving birth to their son.

The UnSub had started as a serial killer years before, and only as he'd started to lose his memory due to Alzheimer's Disease did he grudgingly take on his son as a partner.

Billy Flynn is so messed up in the head that, because he left her father alive, he believes himself to be responsible for Ellie Spicer's being born. In fact, he's come to see himself as a grandfather figure to her of sorts, and actively tries to invoke this trope.

Needless to say, it doesn't work. We have Garcia's spectacular cleavage and Elle's double gun holsters criss-crossing over very tight t-shirts. Not to mention the time she wore a bikini.

Prentiss also gets a chance to flaunt her considerable assets in "JJ. Doyle opening Prentiss' shirt and showing her bra when branding her Garcia and Prentiss' dresses in "Run" at JJ's wedding seem specifically designed to show off their healthy chests. On the male side we have Reid. Hoo boy, yes, Morgan. A moment that caused many a remote control to wear out and smoke as it was constantly brought back up to the screen Even Rossi, despite being an older man , is pretty handsome.

The "Blood Relations" episode involves two West Virginian families that have been in a feud that dates back to when they were working as rival Hillbilly Moonshiners in the times of prohibition. In "Lockdown," a series of murders take place in a private prison run by Citadel Corrections Company, a fictional version of Corrections Corporation of America.

David Rossi is the author of several books on criminal psychology; an UnSub quotes from them in an interrogation scene in "Masterpiecem" and he reads from one in the opening to "Zoe's Reprise. Rossi was surprised at the direct quote. No one else shared this surprise. Killer Profile has another book written by the former profiler featured in the episode - Serial Killers and Mass Murderers: Profiling Why They Kill.

Near the end, it's discovered the UnSub is using it as a guide to his copycat murders. A reporter who wrote a book on the Boston Reaper is a character in "Omnivore. The season 1 finale features a variation on this trope; SSA Jason Gideon receives, at his cottage, a baseball card and a head in a box via courier, which sets the BAU's targets on this new case.

Hotch hesitates for several episodes to sign the papers that divorce him from Haley. The backstory to "Lockdown", taking place inside a prison. If the UnSub is particularly sadistic. Though a couple go further and force them to participate. The three thrill killers from "Hopeless" and the unrelated rioters in the same episode. You know what gets me? All this time we figured you guys were down and out. But here who are working? What the hell is so so God-awful about your lives that you have to take it out on everyone else?

It was fun boss. Syd and her husband in "The Thirteenth Step," though they have a reason. It's leading up to killing their sexually abusive fathers.

Syd's especially, since she's the leader of the two and all but one of the attacks happen in places that remind her of her dad. Ben "Cy" Bradstone, from "Proof," doesn't understand why people ask why someone would do these horrible things.

He says it's the same reason people do anything, because it's fun. That's why he kicked his dog as a kid. Most of the spree killer episodes, most notably "Haunted".

Really, any time one of the UnSubs devolves. The hitman in "Natural Born Killer" got sloppy in the triple murder that opens the episode because one of the victims was a woman and he identified her with his mother.

Also a main issue for Frank Breitkopf and Billy Flynn. The insane mother of the UnSub in "Heathridge Manor" convinced her son from beyond the grave thanks to "infecting" him with her delusions that he had to destroy "the devil's brides" to save his sister. You can see the whole list of victims at the beginning of "Reckoner". Of course, it will mean nothing to you unless you know The Reveal. Any ending scene on the jet, or when the team hangs out off the clock.

Special mention to the one from "The Performer," where Reid mothers J. The ending of "Proof" when the team gathers at Rossi's for a cooking lesson Multiple instances of the women being shown out shopping, getting coffee, or gossiping together about their personal lives. The team minus Reid, who is with his mother having dinner together in "The Instincts," which is heartbreakingly reprised in "JJ".

Hotch and Rossi coaching Jack's soccer team at the end of "Out of the Light. The implications that J. In "Compulsion," a student is telling to Hotch about his physics project and, rhetorically, asks 'Do you know how to solve the Three-Body Problem?

Getting Crap Past the Radar: It airs in daytime as well, so the episode featuring Lila Archer does not have the bikini scenes edited out at all. This show does get a fair bit past the radar in daytime hours, but Sky Living's censors don't seem to notice, let alone care but no Ofcom rules are broken, at the time of writing.

The Glasses Gotta Go: When she's starting to lose it, Morgan actually gets her to put the glasses and her old wardrobe back on. Go Into the Light: In "Epilogue," the UnSub resuscitates his victims so he can find out what they saw and compare it to his own Near-Death Experience. During the investigation, Reid reveals that he saw a bright light before Tobias Hankel resuscitated him ; but the trope is subverted for Prentiss, who counters that she flatlined in the ambulance after being impaled by Doyle and only felt cold and darkness.

A God Am I: The original bomber from "Painless". Gollum Made Me Do It: The bomb cracks a gas line, accidentally killing a bunch of people, and then another bomber gets pissed that he's getting all the attention.

Perhaps needless to say, the first bomber's relationship with his girlfriend does not survive The Vigilante Man in "Protection" is determined to find the man who killed his mother and terrorized his tenants and clean up the streets in the meantime.

Actually, the criminal was in already in jail in another city; the schizophrenic UnSub killed the tenants and has been living with delusions of them ironically said delusions want him to take his meds , and one of his victims was not only innocent, he was also a star student who was on his way out of the bad neighborhood when the UnSub imagined he was a mugger.

Good Girls Avoid Abortion: Subverted by Emily Prentiss, FBI agent who had an abortion at fifteen and is never shown to have angst over it. She does regret the division it caused among her friends - such as when Matthew's family cut all contact with him because he supported her - and that it's affected her faith and relationship with the Catholic Church. She is never once shown to have been "punished" or seen as "bad" because of her abortion. Also subverted in the episode "The Crossing": The episode also subtly implies, entirely non-judgmentally, that newly-pregnant JJ has been considering an abortion up until the point where she calls her boyfriend in the final scene.

You obviously altered it in Photoshop or something. That - that's all you. Garfield High, Class of ' You really didn't change anything? I hacked it, as is. You're seriously trying to tell me you don't remember rocking that look? Perhaps your lack of recognition stems from a dissociative fugue suffered in adolescence. Say, at a Siouxsie and the Banshees concert? She wanted the UnSub to kill her because she didn't have the nerve to kill herself.

He's actually not the UnSub. Mandy Patinkin supposedly left the show due to his belief it was becoming something like this. One aversion occurs in "Jones", which features a particularly nasty throat slitting. By the grace of God, he stared down the original bomber ; by the disgrace of God, he did not get to appear in TV like other survivors did; in fact they not only claimed one of them did it, they didn't even remember him, if they knew who he was in the first place.

Worse is that the title refers to the fact that, because of the injuries he incurred from the explosion, he can no longer feel any pain due to brain damage, and is the only one who has any kind of long-term injury like that, so he suffered more than the rest too.

A victim briefly gets away by delivering one to her attacker in "Fear and Loathing". The UnSub's rape victims in "Machismo" also castrate him. The sole female victim in "Haunted" gets knifed right below the belt. In "Strange Fruit," a white woman claims she was raped by a black man when she misses her curfew. Her brother, a Klansman, and five Klansmen friends of his capture him and castrate him in retaliation; after finding out what happened, he goes and kills two of them, and later kills the daughters of two others who have died.

Generally the head of the local police force acts as an extra member of the team while they investigate the case.

Some episodes play with this - maybe the local police chief is a Mauve Shirt , maybe they're a Sixth Ranger Traitor. Jason Gideon and David Rossi. When did you know you were going to have to trick him? The first time I talked to him.

The UnSub of "Hostage" is captured and his last captive is rescued before the episode's halfway point. The remainder of the episode revolves around breaking said captive out of 15 years' worth of Stockholm Syndrome , and tracking down her daughters, who were being kept at another site.

Which is October The victims are Perky Goth fans that were apparently drained of their blood by a vampire. Besides things that happen during the cases themselves, some Harmful to Minors events form various UnSubs' backgrounds and Freudian Excuses. He Who Fights Monsters: The original quote is used first as one of the quotes in the pilot, "Extreme Aggressor", though it's shortened.

It's used again, this time as the full version, at the beginning of " The Deputy Sheriff who shoots Garcia. The disorder is identified by the name "Hero Homicide". Precisely the case with the shooter in "L. Here, it is again called "Hero Homicide. Most of the main characters on the show have this with at least one of the other team members, to the point where Criminal Minds has its own Ho Yay page. Hotch and Rossi, so very, very, very much.

They have the largest number of entries on the aforementioned Ho Yay page. Reid and Morgan, too, certainly. Many Ho Yay moments there, as well. The hitman in "Reckoner" is portrayed as a brutish thug, but his signature weapon is a gun that he built from scratch and his nickname is cribbed from a relatively obscure 17th century play. A new agent, straight from a desk job, with a relatively comfortable upbringing It stands out enough that both J.

Hoist by His Own Petard: The killer in "Paradise". A depressing heroic variant occurs in "Mayhem". Kate Joyner has been badly injured by a terrorist bomb. The FBI alerted authorities to the terrorist tactic to bomb emergency responders, and so though they arrive on the scene quickly, they stay back until they know the area is secure.

The delayed medical response may be why she died. In one episode Hotch and Reid are locked in a room with a serial killer and the guards won't be back for fifteen minutes.

Hotch prepares to fight the guy, but then Reid, true to his nature, starts babbling about all of the possible factors contributing to the killer's sociopathy.

I never had a chance? One episode featured a kid with autism, whose portrayal would have been extremely offensive had it not been so utterly ridiculous. Not quite as egregious as some shows in the genre, but still pretty out there.

Averted for the most part. Injuries suffered are dealt with for weeks afterwards. Only occasionally enforced by actual cast injury. In Real Life , said judge might as well have committed career suicide.

Prentiss in "Valhalla" and "Lauren" Hope Spot: How We Got Here: Reid spends much of "Entropy" explaining to Catherine Adams how the BAU managed to track down her cohorts and lure her into a trap. Hunting the Most Dangerous Game: Almost every single member of the cast has a prolific Twitter presence. In "Reckoner," the last name on Judge Schuller's hit list is his own. A college student in "Doubt" kills a dorm-mate in a copycat murder so the UnSub would be released.

She then dyes and cuts her hair so she'll look more like his preferred victims, seeks him out, and tries to entice him to kill her. She even admits that she can't do it herself. The UnSub in "Coda" asks his captive to shoot him, because his sons won't be able to collect his life insurance if he commits suicide I Have Your Wife: From "A Real Rain": Is that why you stabbed him in the groin? It's what he deserved.

I Shall Taunt You: Gideon sometimes uses this tactic to get under an UnSub's skin, to either goad them into doing something stupid or to get them to say too much. As a master profiler who can read an UnSub like a book, it usually works. Part of Gideon's backstory is a bomber taking out six of his agents this way. It nearly happens a separate time in the episode that reveals this.

Two agent have cornered the supposed UnSub in a storage room. He throws his gun to them and is about to come out, but then Gideon, in another building, puts all the pieces to the puzzle together, and realizes that the cornered guy is strapped with bombs.

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