CHICAGO - Bill Cosby was in town to see some old friends and argue with them about how the blacks of today are not like the blacks of the 1950s, or the 1960s, or even of the blacks who participated in The American Civil War [i.e. plantation slaves].
Cosby has always had that "I'm better than you because I have more money, a whole hell of a freakin lot more money attitude."
Bill the Pill as many white folks refer to him likes to boast that if he had a hankerin' to he could buy the Grand Canyon, Mount Rushmore, North Carolina, the Statue of Liberty, and the White House.
Cosby laughs and says that if he did buy the White House he would of course lease it to the United States government for the going rate in Washington D.C,
Bill's career has spanned six decades. He has always been upfront and stated that he hates black comedians such as Eddie Murphy, Jamie Foxx, Chris Rock, and Chris Tucker because they cuss and their acts are permeatedly infested with four letter words such as the "F" word, the "B" word, the "C" word, the "P" word, and of course the dreaded "N" word.
The 72-year-old Cosby has also gone on record as saying that black sports players, who stand over 6 foot 8, and who are covered with tattoos need to realize what they are doing.
One they are showing kids that it is okay to deface your body using tattoos of half-naked women, naked women, women on drugs, she-males, and GOP blue-haired women.
Two they don't realize that tattoos are very expensive if you are a poor black kid. Cosby says that most blacks like to use the more expensive tattoo ink.
And three, tattoos on a black person are kind of a waste of money, because no one can really see them as good as they can on a white person such as a white rock and roll honkie musician.
SIDENOTE: Bill Cosby's most recent book has just attained the number one position on The New York Daily Gazette's List of Top Books. The book is entitled, Being Black In America Ain't So Bad As Long As You're Rich As Hell Like Me, Oprah, and Shaquille Is, I Mean Are. Cosby and his weird ass rants have been featured on such shows as The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, The Queen Latifah Big Black Mama Show, The View, and Wheel of Fortune.