I actually don't follow that many stand-up comedians, but he is by far one of my most favorite comedians. And for those of you that are familiar with his work, you should obviously know why. These full-length shows still seem to be available on YouTube, and they're the ones I first got on DVD. And well, if you haven't heard of him, I hope you enjoy it, and you'll most likely love his work if you've loved George Carlin. Oh yes, and you might've heard of him as a fan of Tool and Radiohead as well.
@ad infinitum - I'm a bit surprised that this thread wasn't made any sooner. Oh well, it currently exists now.
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Great stuff. Even the dated material still makes me laugh...
It's nice to see that Bill Hicks's comedy is still appreciated and enjoyed as if he never went away.
The man was a genius and was WAY ahead of his time. What he talks about is still relevant even today. We lost him way too soon, because just imagine what he would have to say about our world now.
If you get rejected and lose out to a jerk, you now know exactly which song of his you should post on her Facebook and/or Twitter.
"We're a virus with shoes, okay? That's all we are."
Been going through my mind since the recent London incident.
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