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jeffo
08-02-2009, 2:38 AM
Anybody read this, come on I know some of you fuckers can read, like Dr. Benway, at least I'm part way sure.

imtheslime
08-02-2009, 4:22 AM
Of course, right before I gave it to you... oh come on, the book, I gave him the book..oh fuck it.

Paul
08-02-2009, 6:10 AM
Anybody read this, come on I know some of you fuckers can read, like Dr. Benway, at least I'm part way sure.

Heh...on a good day, sure.

Haven't read that, but I did read his "LIfe and TImes" book.

It's interesting to read that and Hunter's Hells Angels book back-to-back; you get widely differing accounts if the same events...

Mario13
08-02-2009, 7:20 AM
I just finished reading it the other day. it was a good quick read. he pretty much just tells about how he lives his life and rules he goes by. some of it i agree with and some i dont but definitely worth the read.

Halwade
08-02-2009, 8:15 AM
Read all three of the books mentioned in this thread. My favorite honest thought from Sonny in "Creedos" was this:

"I write books like this because I need the money."

Now that's truth in journalism.

Hey Paul, I too read HST and SB in the same week or so. WIDELY varying perspectives on the 81, to say the least!

jeffo
08-02-2009, 2:46 PM
I liked.


"What patriot needs a PATRIOT act ? "

oldschoolsoldier
08-02-2009, 6:53 PM
I havent read any of bargers books but did read the book "befriend and betray" it was a good read te first couple of chapters were a little dull but overall pretty good.

willythepirate
08-03-2009, 3:48 AM
I read it and one of his fiction books. They were interesting not award winning but entertaining

billybiltit
08-03-2009, 8:00 AM
i read the freedom creedos book,it was alright if you like to read.
i can't remember any of it.

leon holmes

jason43
08-03-2009, 8:19 AM
I read the Life and Times and thought it was great, especially the parts from 59 when he got into bikes until the early 70's when everything seems like it went nuts with drugs and legal problems.... definately worth the read though.

flatblack
08-03-2009, 8:22 AM
I read his first two books. Both good reads. Boy, I wish I could be a perfect citizen like him. LMAO!!!!

XbrooklynX
08-03-2009, 5:29 PM
I read Freedom... i wanted to read the others but still havent found the time.

CreatureFucker
05-28-2011, 1:09 AM
Nope but me and my buddy rode a few hours on a weekend to go see Sonny at a book signing. Awesome guy and well worth the trip.

imtheslime
05-28-2011, 1:45 AM
Damn this thread is old.

me
05-28-2011, 7:06 PM
I read it...and still have it...I didn't like it, thought it was dumb....his other books IMO were good.