How to Piss in Public
A laugh-out-loud, go-for-the-jugular chronicle of audacious true stories from the creator of Vice magazine
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A laugh-out-loud, go-for-the-jugular chronicle of audacious true stories from the creator of Vice magazine—for the huge audiences that devour Tucker Max, Justin Halpern, Chuck Klosterman, and Chelsea Handler. Gavin McInnes’s idea of heaven is standing at a bar made of clouds telling jaw-dropping stories while all his dead friends drop their harps and burst into paroxysms of laughter. Whether it’s streaking through New York City during the 2003 blackout, faking paralysis to curtail a beatdown by Nazi skinheads, or getting his mother so stoned, she called the cops on goblins, McInnes’s stories never fail to induce hair-whitening spit-takes. He went from starting a small punk ‘zine in 1994 to building it into a global multi-media empire and selling his shares for millions a decade later. Though many have done as much cocaine as McInnes, few can look back on a life that includes a punk band named Anal Chinook (Inuit for “warm wind”), remarkably awkward celebrity encounters, violence of every shape and form, a really slow police chase, innumerable threesomes, a self-induced STD, fifteen dead junkies, the invention of New York’s “Warhol Children,” deer hunting with Indians, and comedy videos that garner the appreciation of millions. Described as “The Godfather of Hipsterdom” on NBC, McInnes is responsible for a lot more than making ridiculous facial hair popular. A gifted writer and born storyteller, he has lived an inspirational life that is raw, unabashed, often mind-boggling, and always entertaining.
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