Bill Hicks lighting one up.

Cquote1 Ya see, I think drugs have done some good things for us, I really do. And if you don't believe drugs have done some good things for us do me a favor - go home tonight, take all your albums, all your tapes, all your CD's and burn 'em. Cause you know what, all those great musicians who's music has enhanced your lives throughout the years? Rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrreal fu**ing high on drugs. Cquote2
Bill Hicks on drugs
Cquote1 Hell yeah bro! Been a Tool fan hanging with the Hicks since '92. Cquote2
Corporate Maggot on Tool and Bill Hicks
Cquote1 How do you spell pretentious? B-I-L-L H-I-C-K-S! Cquote2
The biggest idiot in the entire world on Bill Hicks

William Melvin "Bill" Hicks (December 17, 1961 - February 27th, 1993) was an American actor, singer/songwriter, and stand-up comedian. In his acts, he often criticized popular culture, the masses, banality, and government stupidity. He died of Pancreatic Cancer in 1993


Bill Hicks discovered his love for comedy in his teenage years, and eventually strived to become a comedian criticizing the stupidity of mass government sheep. In 1975 he began his first act, which failed miserably, and got him booed off stage.

Bill Hicks contemplated suicide the next morning because of his failure. He stood atop a bridge and said to himself "The only way to calm it to end it all!" Right when he was about to jump off, however, a sign caught his eye, and it said "Comedians - Signing any up for free! Just come on down to building 52!" Bill Hicks, saving his own life, smiled, and headed toward the building. He also worked in Possum City once in his life.

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