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Many years later, when I was working on my book , the guy who was helping me [David Peisner] reached out and interviewed Henry. His response was something like, “If I went and beat up everyone who talked badly about me then I’d be quite sore.” He had this great laid back attitude about not getting riled up, and once again, my respect for him went up even higher.
He broke the Hummer driving it on this moto-cross track and I got a great tattoo [by director Jeff Tremaine]. " and then the person who sent it to me asked me what I thought of it and I told them I used my walker to get over to the package to open it and ate the paper it was wrapped in for fiber so thanks a lot. She's been hectoring and emasculating me for thirteen years now. She's got so much dirt on me that I could be in jail for the rest of my life. I don't know in what other way I could ring that bell in that I rang it very hard and very urgently for many years and at my age now I see my peers, not exactly by name but people loosely around my age, going out and playing thirty-year-old music or trying to maintain some kind of foothold. She's going to go out and do her own spoken word tour just to take the piss out of you. I just don't know honestly what I could do with it that's different.Every single time I walk out of there just like "Whoa." It's a lot. You see these nurses and doctors kicking so much ass and working so hard. So I harbor no aggression or rage towards this person.They just love these people and they give everything to it. All that tough talk, you see ultimately to where it can lead. If there was a way more people could walk through that place and not inconvenience doctors and patients doing work or recovery, I think it would be very effective for having people rethink all of this stuff because it's a hell of a thing when you are close up on it. I prefer the Jackson 5 and a lot of Michael Jackson's stuff over a LOT of music in that it was pretty genius. I guess I'm just happy that she did read that letter I wrote her because she stopped making music. Thank you and again thank you for persevering on the phone I really appreciate it.
Any line from the song “Low Self Opinion” off of the 1992 Rollins Band album End of Silence sounds like it could be shouted at a sulking 8th grade boy after he was picked last for a team in gym class.