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In 1947, when Bukowski was surviving off of one candy bar a day, he was forced to take this marketing assignment that he got off of

"Cognac" just wasn't even close to his vocabulary when it came to writing. If we sound harsh, I personally apologize, but we are quite angry with the "Find What You Love, And Let It Kill You," quote. It is not Bukowski and it's being used to sell worthless products such as "healing candles" and "Green" shopping bags.

We'd appreciate taking Cognac out of the mix before it even gets started.

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