And we used to do a lot of drugs and get very drunk on very cheap wine.
We played a gig and we had a song that was offensive to people of the Jewish persuasion, and we led off with it, and they were offended by it, and that was that.
And there was no money in Chicago for a band.
Our very first gig in Melbourne was a confrontation.
There's fifty bands doing my riffs for ever and ever.
They're there because, for some reason, they have the notion that they're supposed to be there.
Until these college students came into town, we were all very poor and didn't have money to do anything.
We don't analyze our lyrics.
We don't care about our audiences that much. We just go out and play.
We never really wanted to play in California.
We were just a bunch of high school kids who got into the Ramones together.
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