CRAZY A MEMOIR is a humorous, adventuresome romp about weed smuggling in the seventies and eighties. The author chronicles his early life in San Antonio and the influence of the growing drug culture during his teen years. He then comically depicts his required military service as a " tie-dyed hippie in army greens" and his determined attempts to stay out of Viet Nam. Lost and unsure about life following the drug related deaths of most of his friends, he later hitchhikes around Mexico and ends up attending college in Cholula where he begins his career in weed smuggling. His entrepreneurial efforts in this area are humorously described in great detail. The book captures a slice of time, tying in political and cultural events with the author's concomitant psychological development during the hippie movement as well as his evolving career as a drug smuggler for the Cause.
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About the Author
Though now sixty years old, H.R. "Sandy" Stokes still tries to maintain his arrogant, renegade, womanizing, outlaw status. He still drinks in excess, chews tobacco, and spews a lot of bullshit. He vacillates between Port Aransas, Texas, and the African continent, leaving his libidinous moll, two redheaded sons, and a couple of dogs behind. This is his first in a series of memoirs.