Sex and drugs and easy listening

Let’s begin this one with the words of Bill Hicks : « If you don’t think drugs have done good things for us then do me a favor. Go home tonight and take all of your records,tapes and all your CD’s and burn them. Because, you know all those musicians who made all that great music that’s enhanced your lives throughout the years? Rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrreal fucking high on drugs, man« . Now, some guys at the US Office of National Drug Control Policy are checking our entertainment material for references to substance abuse. I can see the results from here: BINGO! All our songs and movies are filled with smokers, drinkers, junkies and proud defenders of sex+marijuana. Will those hard rock lyrics analysts find a connection between the messages delivered to us by our movie and stage stars and harmful behaviours? Of course. The next step would be to implement a policy requesting from the heavy metal bands to put an accent on Omega-3 diets or something as clever as that. I don’t do drugs, at all, but I don’t like it when art expressions are requested to fit in goofy science analysis either and neither should you. Don’t Bogart that joint.


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