„I have taken drugs before and … I had a real good time.“

—  Bill Hicks, Context: I know this is not a very popular idea. You don't hear it too often any more … but it's the truth. I have taken drugs before and … I had a real good time. Sorry. Didn't murder anybody, didn't rape anybody, didn't rob anybody, didn't beat anybody, didn't lose – hmm – one fucking job, laughed my ass off, and went about my day. Sorry. Now, where's my commercial? "Great Times on Drugs"
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„I like people to go away from a Queen show feeling fully entertained, having had a good time.“

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