„He reached his hand toward me. “You don’t mind my asking, do you?” “Of course not,” I say calmly as I reverse the lit end of the cigarette so that the flame is cupped in the palm. I reach for his handshake. He screams like a woman in distress with her skirt held high. I puff my meanness as he licks at the burn and whimpers, “You sonofagun. You’ve burned the dickens out of my hand.” “I know.” “But why? I didn’t do anything. I don’t even know you.” “I guess it’s my Samoan blood.” Sal rushes to my defense. He points his finger at the fag. “Out!” “But I didn’t do anything.” “Out, out!”“
— Oscar Zeta Acosta, buch Autobiography of a Brown Buffalo
he shouts, his hands stiffly on the bar. The old fag picks himself up and begins to drag himself out.
Quelle: Autobiography of a Brown Buffalo (1972), p. 68.