Chris Durant

Chris Durant has worked at not working for decades. He's the publisher of Savage Henry Magazine.

Graduation Ads That Missed Deadline

As a respectable publication in all the communities where we’re distributed we offer a service to local high schools to run graduation congratulations that weren’t turned in on time to be published in the yearbooks. So please enjoy and join in on congratulating these hard working students.        

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Lesser known facts about Evel Knievel 

Evel Knievel was 1/64th Cherokee Indian. Knievel got his first motorcycle at 13. Evel Knievel hated sushi. Evel Knievel loved Armenian food. My friend Brad was a really really big fan of Evel Knievel. His cane actually was a custom made flask which he always kept full of Wild Turkey. He had a tattoo of a walrus on the bottom …

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Old Timey X-Games

While watching the X-Games last year I saw that they used the Roman numeral XVII after it. Now I’m no scholar or nothing, but I think the Roman numeral XVII is like a lot, like hundreds. So I did a little research and found out some of the original sports in the earlier X-Games. X-Games IIR Extreme Crusading Why just …

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Exactly What Did that Woman Use to Blind Thomas Dolby With Science?

In 1982, known blind New Wave musician Thomas Dolby released a gut wrenching account of the assault that lead to his blindness. “She Blinded Me With Science” rocketed to the top of the charts as Dolby was celebrated as a hero for being able to use his art to deal with a such a traumatic experience. He said he was …

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Sneak Peek at New Website

We’ve been working hard on our new website for a few months and are getting close to launching it. We’ve been getting requests for a sneak peek and teasers…even a “Beta” edition. Well here you are, below is a sneak peek at our new website, enjoy! <html> <header>Savage Henry Magazine.Com<header> <thingy>About Us<thingy>Contact Us<thing>Submit a Bomb Threat To A Local Governmental …

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The Elements of Tables

When I learned this issue was about Science, I was excited. I’ve always wanted to do a story on one of the most intriguing aspects of science, the Elements of Tables. Tables are usually a flat surface, propped up off the ground by anywhere from two to six support beams, commonly referred to as “legs.” Tables can be a variety …

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What Makes that Fancy Ketchup so Fancy?

We’ve all seen it on ketchup packets from McDonalds and middle school cafeterias: Fancy Ketchup. Yet it tastes exactly like all that regular ketchup you’d been eating all of your life, and even in some cases that generic ketchup your poor friend had growing up. That kind his parents would put on his spaghetti. Just a white label with black …

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New weed magazines available at your local bookstore

It used to be just High Times. One. One weed magazine on the shelf at Tower Books right next to the porno mags. High Times, that was it. Have you seen how many weed magazines there are lately? It’s ridiculous We just came from the the Cannabis Culture Coverage Conference in Laughlin, Nevada and have a list of new marijuana …

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Restaurant Review: Woodrose Cafe

I have been to the Woodrose Cafe before. It was on the way home from three days of debauchery at Reggae Rising a couple years back. I had been surviving on V-8s and Indian tacos for three days and was ready for a real breakfast. It was packed, but me and two cohorts were sat at the counter pretty quickly. …

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If Eazy Did It

 With Special Contributor Marshall Boyett It was a sad day in March of 1995 — one of West Coast gangster rap’s pioneers died. eazy-e started with nWA and then split to go solo, but died too young and never got a chance to move on to that next level, like his former homeboy ice Cube. But what if he hadn’t …

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