LSD September - October 2013

Rated 4.80/5 based on 5 reviews
This is the September / October issue of LSD, the brainchild of authors Mikey Lee Ray and Richard Batchelor. In it you'll find plenty of thought provoking articles on current issues, humor and satire. It's FREE so enjoy!

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Words: 35,570
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311819796
About Mikey Lee Ray

Hi there, welcome to my world. Want to know me better? Just take a look at my diverse range of ebooks and dive into the world of Mikey Lee Ray. Some of my ebooks have already been downloaded thousands of times, that's a good start.

I'm always working on new projects, for example recently Richard Batchelor (author of "the Temp Pest") and I began to release the magazine LSD. As the title suggests it's highly experimental. In the long run we'll see if it's successful.

My newest ebook is called "How to Lose Money and Irritate People" and it's doing rather nicely so far. My first parody series in conjunction with other writers titled "Cherry Popper and the Pimpmaster's Stone" is currently being held up by the lawyers but when things get resolved I hope to publish it ASAP.

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Review by: Douglas Feldman on Nov. 07, 2013 :
Funny how Macca's is now blitzing us with ads of "Ronald McDonald House" to try and tell us all how much they care. If they gave a shit about people in the first place they wouldn't be building yet another fucking restaurant in the Dandenong Ranges over the objections of more than half the freaking town and the local bloody council ! Good article guys.
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Review by: Storm Stone on Nov. 07, 2013 :
I never liked McDs, what they stood for, and never ate there until becoming a parent. Not about to impose my belief system on my daughter, I agreed to take her to McDs once a week. As a struggling parent on a low budget, I have to admit that at under 2 pounds for a kiddies meal, a toy and a play area, it worked out pretty well for both of us. There was nowhere else that I could possibly have given her that experience at that price. I know McD don't care about anything but profit really, but it worked for my daughter and I. This doesn't mean I think they should open one in Tecoma, but they can be convenient in inner city areas for struggling, stressed out parents/carers.
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Review by: Alex Fleming on Nov. 05, 2013 :
I couldn't agree more with Richard about his views on Monsanto, they have entirely too much power especially in the United States and Europe.
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Review by: George Mercurio on Nov. 04, 2013 :
I agree about the Macca's in Tecoma article, it's disgusting that they can just plant a golden arches anywhere they want because they've got the money. This will destroy the Dandenong Ranges for tourism. The government should be ashamed of itself for allowing this to happen.
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Review by: Brianna Harding on Nov. 03, 2013 :
I found a link to the magazine on facebook and read this issue, thought the McDonald's in Tecoma article was really well written and passionately spoken as well. Richard's sense of humor is great too, I look forward to reading "The Temp Pest."
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