Rock On

As promised last month, I’ve added another one of my Chris Rock interviews to the archives. This one’s from 2005, when he was promoting Madagascar and The Longest Yard. You might not care about either of those movies, or Rock’s ruminations on Jude Law and Sean Penn after hosting the Oscars, but you should check out what he had to say about health care, which I still think about on a regular basis: “People have no idea of the difference in health care in this country. I mean, my father got sick when I was poor. My mother got sick when I was rich. My father’s dead. My mother’s alive.”

More of Rock on the medical system (and “bitch hands”) here.

posted 17 November 2008 in Archives, Articles and tagged . no comments yet

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