Bill Hicks - Relentless 1993 avi (Size: 739.99 MB) (Files: 1)
Bill Hicks - Relentless 1993 avi
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William Melvin Hicks better known as Bill Hicks (December 16, 1961 – February 26, 1994), was a controversial American stand-up comedian, satirist, and social critic.
Hicks is often compared to Lenny Bruce (although he frequently denied knowing much about Bruce's life or work) and Sam Kinison (a contemporary and friend). Comedian Richard Pryor figured largely as an inspiration and stand-up idol for Hicks, as did Woody Allen who also served strongly as a very early influence for a pre-teen Bill.
Of the Bill Hicks and Lenny Bruce comparison - both do have at least some overlapping ideals & hopes 
(e.g. (1) the true freedom that should be afforded to one living in what is claimed to be a democracy, (2) attacking hypocritical beliefs and (3) questioning traditional values & attitudes that may now be outdated or obsolete and therefore in need of change .. to name but three examples of what Hicks and Bruce had in common.)
Hicks characterized his own performances as "Chomsky with dick jokes".