Hitchens on CNN, Aug 5, 2010. Extended Version

August 7, 2010

Extended version of Anderson Cooper's interview with Christopher.

8 comments:

Muppet said...

The devinition of Dignity, thanks for teaching us so much.

Luv listening to you Chris... Get well soon...

Skip said...

To the best teacher and friend I never personally met. Don't go yet, I want to learn so much more.

Stutters said...

:’-( This ruined my whole day. I’d give him the day before my last day if I could.

Anonymous said...

Shameless self-promotion, as we've come to expect from CH over the last twenty years.

What about the countless deaths in Iraq that CH has publicly cheered about? Why is his largely self-inflicted demise more important than those of the victims of policies he vigorously advocated?

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Anonymous said...

What do you mean 'shameless self-promotion'? A dying man who is already one of the most well known and respected journalists and writers has nothing he needs to promote but his ideas which he honestly considers a way to emancipate people.

BTW how many times did the interviewer ask him in various constructions of the same question "Now that you are dying are you gonna convert/pray for a miracle cure/recant your atheism?" Answers on a post(card).

Anonymous said...

Thank you for your contribution to our culture. I really hope things will work out. My sincere best wishes.

Anonymous said...

Now Christopher is one whose life one can actually admire, in times as these when many turn to obscurantism.

 
 
 

Christopher reads from Hitch-22: A Memoir