OT: kick ass comedy relief. - Mr. Bill Hicks.

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Today is Dec 16, the anniversary of the death of (IMHO) the greatest comedian of all time, Bill Hicks. Here's a collection of his best works, in .ram format. He's guaranteed to offend and have you Rotflyao. This guy had a lot to say.

Waco 1

Waco 2

Waco 3

Dinosaurs in the Bible

Orange Drink


Do Not Disturb

Pussywhipped Satan

Politics in America

Bullies of the World

Flying Saucer Tour



-- number six (iam_not_a_number@hotmail.com), December 16, 1999


Thank you number six. I had never heard of Mr. Bill Hicks. You have enlightened me. I enjoyed this very much and I will now do a search for more material by mr. Hicks. Again I thank you.

-- Mr. Pinochle (pinochlledd@aol.com), December 16, 1999.

Excellent stuff Number Six, excellent stuff... BUT even better is this new guy on the British comedy scene... He goes by the name of Ali G - he is actually a white guy but blacks up and wears stree baggy clothes and pretends he's a Pakistani employed by a TV station - he then interviews unsuspecting media types 9ex head of CIA, a gang leader in Watts LA, a member of the Protestant Lib Army In N. Ireland, a member of The Aristocracy in England, that toa rag who represented OJ Simpson (forget the assholes' name...) - Yas gots to check id out man!

Al i G

Enjoy!!! PS John, Have emailed you about 2 hrs ago re. moola... http://meltingpot.fortunecity.com/morocco/518/interview.html

-- Andy (2000EOD@prodigy.net), December 16, 1999.

number six--

Way off topic...and as a Texan and former (amateur status) standup, I thank you. Hicks was the guy who made me want to try.

Best regards,

and still laughing,

-- William in Dallas (bcheek@onramp.net), December 17, 1999.

number six, thank you so much for starting this thread. I went to high school with Bill in Houston in the late seventies. We had a couple of classes together and we sat next to each other and cheated on tests. God, he made me laugh. He really was a genius and I was so sad when he died. Am distressed to admit I haven't thought about him in ages. Could never have imagined he'd turn up here, but you know what?? He'd have LOVED it. He didn't have the chance to become as well-known as he deserved to be. But maybe that's okay--hopefully no one will ever make a movie of his life starring Jim Carrey. Bill was inimitable.

-- dragging out the yearbook (dovetailer@earthlink.net), December 17, 1999.

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