But I pour whiskey on him and inhale
Basically, he uses alcohol and other substances to suppress his vulnerability
Bukowski was a notorious drunk, rising to mythic proportions in drunkard lore. At the height of his fame outside of America, he was asked to appear on French literature talk show Apostrophe, arriving thoroughly tanked.
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