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Kool-aid, the Real Stuff

Summary: The book, The Electric Kool Aid Acid Test, by Tom Wolfe, looks at "Colored Power". No, not what everyone, during this time, is thinking of when they hear these two words. These words are referring to The Merry pranksters and their eccentric taste in color.

Kool-Aid, The Real Stuff

"Colored Power (Tom Wolfe 382)." No, not what everyone, during this time, is thinking of when they hear these two words. These words are referring to The Merry pranksters and their eccentric taste in color. The Pranksters loved Day-Glo, well not just the Pranksters but all acid heads in general, it was their symbol, along with the Prankster Flag, "An orange star with green stripes on it. (Tom Wolfe 25)." But who are the Pranksters? Are they just a bunch of Freaks with their faces and clothes literally glowing in the dark? Or are they just another group of people in American History? It is not who the Pranksters are but what they are, I cannot tell you who they are but I can tell you what they are. "Never Trust a Prankster. (Tom Wolfe 380)" this is their motto, but a Prankster does not...

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