Hate Man 

How a New York Times reporter dropped out and became a hate evangelist in Berkeley.

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Nonetheless, Hate continues to live steadfastly by his ideology and shows no signs of giving it up. He hopes to spread his ideas and way of life, and can't understand how others operate without it. But he realizes it's an uphill battle.

"This is so heavy," he said. "A lot of people don't want to hear it, they don't want to be negative or acknowledge negatives, which I think is the main problem in the world, in relationships, that we're not being straight with each other."

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