Boys, we've done found the prettiest city in America. You've got to see it.
We're going back to remember the forgotten ones
In 1960, when I came out of prison as an ex-convict, I had more freedom under parolee supervision than there's available... in America right now.
Let's Get Out of Iraq
That I'm a contrary old son of a bitch, I guess
He was an asshole, so I hit him.
It's a wonderful thing to live as long as I have and to be appreciated and, well, just to be here for it.
We've been in many battles together (always on the same side). Over the last few years, we'd become closer than we ever realized ... We were outlaws together.
Buck influenced a lot of people, from The Beatles to me. Buck and I were in a lot of battles over the years, always on the same side. Over the last few years, we'd become closer. He even flew up to Portland to see me when I opened for Dylan last year. We were outlaws together.
He has this crazy style, and he has this mystique about him. He's still that way. You know, nobody knows Bob Dylan. They think they do, but I don't think they do. He's very close to his chest with his own cards. I think he'll remain that way.
It's easier to force feed people than it is to give 'em what they want. It makes more money.
When you get to readin' about where the music and John Steinbeck and all those people like that come from, the further you go the more interesting it becomes.
It makes my wife mad, you know, she wants me to stay home all the time. But its what I've done all my life and I think when I quit doing it I'll probably go away pretty quick.
No, I had a back injury early on in my life.
There's a rumor that there may be an attempt at organizing a possible script for a series on my life, which, when you look at my police record, you'd have to have more than one hour to tell the story.