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  • Bill Hicks
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  • 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 was a standup comedian that few people ever knew existed while he was alive in America, making Bill Hicks very much unimportant. Famous for his outspoken vomit propaganda comedy bits on Bush Sr.'s handling of the first Iraq War. He died in the name of truthiness, even if he was a total mushroom addict, which if you remember correctly, is very bad. However, during the 2012 YouTube Video of the Year, he did win an arm-wrestling match against undisputed heavyarmed wrestler, Matt Selou, and claimed the comic with the strongest hand, which is very important after considering how many hours a comic holds a microphone.
  • William Melvin Hicks was an American stand-up comedian, born in Georgia in 1961 and raised in Texas from the age of 7. He began his stand-up career in the late 1970s, and continued until his death from pancreatic cancer in 1994. Hicks' caustic style of observational comedy focused mostly on his low opinion of society and the media, with venomous attacks on politicians, but he also covered his own personal habits and problems, most notably his addiction to cigarettes and psychedelic experiences. A documentary film about his life, entitled American: The Bill Hicks Story was released in 2010.
  • Bill Hicks (1961 - 1994) is probably most known for his inspirational style of comedy, in which he frequently expands on the blessings of the Lord, gently enticing his audiences to let go of their wicked, heathen lifestyles to embrace the love of Jesus, and his Father, the Good Lord himself. In the prime of his life, Hicks was brought down by a Man who coveted yet worshipped Hicks with his heart and soul, and smote him with Cancer that Had No Cure.
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  • Bill Hicks (1961 - 1994) is probably most known for his inspirational style of comedy, in which he frequently expands on the blessings of the Lord, gently enticing his audiences to let go of their wicked, heathen lifestyles to embrace the love of Jesus, and his Father, the Good Lord himself. In the prime of his life, Hicks was brought down by a Man who coveted yet worshipped Hicks with his heart and soul, and smote him with Cancer that Had No Cure. Always ready to say a kind word to whomever wanted to hear, Hicks’ life, and his comedy, were mostly marked by his devout missionary work – he would often venture into such locations that are frequented by people living in the darker regions of our society, such as waffle houses, truck stops, and all kinds of dark and seedy bars (“dives”); Hicks felt that in those locations, people needed him and his message of love for the Good Lord the most. Never one to utter a bad word about anyone, always kind to those whom he deemed lost, and a regular pillar of support to various Republican administrations, Bill Hicks devoted his life to explaining to people that there really IS a God, that he loves us all, and that dinosaur fossils really were left there by The Blessed Light we call Our Lord to pull a prank on all of us. Hicks learned about religion by snorting cocaine with Sam Kinison in the early 80's, discovering that he had not been brought up correctly. This gave him the idea to tell Christians to not wear crosses around their necks because Jesus doesn't want to see a fucking cross when he comes back.
  • William Melvin Hicks was an American stand-up comedian, born in Georgia in 1961 and raised in Texas from the age of 7. He began his stand-up career in the late 1970s, and continued until his death from pancreatic cancer in 1994. Hicks' caustic style of observational comedy focused mostly on his low opinion of society and the media, with venomous attacks on politicians, but he also covered his own personal habits and problems, most notably his addiction to cigarettes and psychedelic experiences. He has a number of high-profile fans, including John Cleese, Bill Bailey, Richard Jeni, George Carlin, Warren Ellis, and the band Tool. Hicks also made a posthumous appearance in an issue of Preacher (Comic Book). A documentary film about his life, entitled American: The Bill Hicks Story was released in 2010. Don't mention Denis Leary to a fan of Hicks. Let's leave it at that.
  • 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 was a standup comedian that few people ever knew existed while he was alive in America, making Bill Hicks very much unimportant. Famous for his outspoken vomit propaganda comedy bits on Bush Sr.'s handling of the first Iraq War. He died in the name of truthiness, even if he was a total mushroom addict, which if you remember correctly, is very bad. However, during the 2012 YouTube Video of the Year, he did win an arm-wrestling match against undisputed heavyarmed wrestler, Matt Selou, and claimed the comic with the strongest hand, which is very important after considering how many hours a comic holds a microphone.