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Hell and Gone   ‘02 – Volume 43, Issue 10

A breath of fresh air is not normally how you’d describe a travelogue filled with so many stories of pant-soiling, but “Second Thoughts,” a 2002 article by D.C. Green based on excerpts from Timmy Turner’s feral Indonesian travel journal, was exactly that. Turner and friends Travis Potter and Brett Schwartz spent an untold number of weeks on an unnamed peninsula in West Java. They

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