Comedy and Reality Break: Bill Hicks on 11/22/63

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The late comedian and social critic Bill Hicks on the JFK assassination. Though ostensibly comedy, it’s intense, and may be too unsettling for some. View with caution.

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4 responses to “Comedy and Reality Break: Bill Hicks on 11/22/63”

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  2. Monkeykingjohnston says:

    Yet another sharp mind pointing out blatant lies foisted on us by the Overlords….the sad thing is that the sheep really do not want to hear the truth.

  3. Eric_Saunders says:

     How come Bill Hicks and George Carlin are so much more politically astute than most political science phds?

  4. Thomas says:

    Hilarious and chilling–nice find!