“We all pay for life with death, so everything in between should be free.”—Bill Hicks
if only . . . .
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Mr Hicks has a valid point there.
Who do I need to go and see?
Theresa May? 🙂
Reblogged this on Ancien Hippie.
Thank you, Penney.
Thank you for writing a great blog.
How very kind. You’ve made my day. 🙂
sounds like the beginning of a good campaign speech 😉
I like this one better; “Coup today. Warmer tomorrow.” 🙂
Great idea. 😉
🙂 Thanks for visiting.
You’re welcome. 🙂
I concur! When do the freebees start?
Sorry, Donnie. You’re already dead. No soup for you. 🙂 Thanks for stopping by.
That’s sounds bitter, and I am sorry for Bill Hicks short life.
I think he was bitter at times in his life. That’s where his comedy came from. Bitter people aren’t necessarily callous. Many times they are sensitive people who feel let down by life. His friends have said that his illness made him very philosophical and that he was in a peaceful state of mind towards his death. He was an extremely talented social critic and his death at a young age was a loss. Thank you for reading, Inese, as always.
He sure was in a peaceful state of mind at times, but he was not that spiritually advanced to remain in this state. He was just a man, and he had all the reasons to be bitter. Some people are really tested hard.
That’s very true.
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