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"I got a big kick out of that, actually. I think even when we were doing the concert ... everyone thought it was kind of cool that three busloads of people came from southwest Ohio." Dave Chappelle
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"I was doing sketches that were funny but socially irresponsible. I felt I was deliberately being encouraged and I was overwhelmed." Dave Chappelle
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"I think every group of black guys should have at least one white guy in it." Dave Chappelle
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"like I'm hanging out with a bunch of people." Dave Chappelle
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"But there was something really serendipitous that was happening, with some kind of energy that things would ultimately just work out, sometimes better than when you plan." Dave Chappelle
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"By the numbers, this was the worst way to have done it. He couldn't think straight. It was fight or flight — and he chose flight." Dave Chappelle
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"So then he comes in and I says 'Listen, b*tch, ahm Rick James.'" Dave Chappelle
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"Wow. ... That's a good question. ... Is `I don't know' an acceptable answer?" Dave Chappelle
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"I felt in a lot of instances I was deliberately being put through stress because when you're a guy who generates money, people have a vested interested in controlling you." Dave Chappelle
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"Most people don't know what it's like to stand up there and speak their mind. I have a venue to do that. I get paid to do that. It's not like I'm doing heavy lifting up there. It's not like I'm solving the world's problems. It's like I'm hanging out with a bunch of people and it's cool." Dave Chappelle
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"I'm not smoking crack. I'm definitely stressed out." Dave Chappelle
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"I still think people do have racial hang-ups, but I think one of the reasons I can joke about it is people are shedding those racial hatreds." Dave Chappelle
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"I like that particular kind of attention. People don't know what it's like standing up there onstage, when you have a wall of people smiling at you." Dave Chappelle
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"I was doing sketches that were funny, but socially irresponsible. It was encouraged." Dave Chappelle
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"We just jumped out and started shooting with the band, and then one thing led to another. You see it unfold in the movie, but by the end of just hanging with them we had decided, 'Why don't we have them come to Brooklyn?' It was pretty awesome." Dave Chappelle
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"What a great young man and a great representative of Georgia Tech," Dave Chappelle
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"The language you are about to hear... is disturbing." Dave Chappelle
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"I wasn't crazy but it is incredibly stressful." Dave Chappelle
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"By the numbers, this was the worst way to have done it. He couldn't think straight. It was fight or flight and he chose flight." Dave Chappelle
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"It's the concert I always wanted to see." Dave Chappelle
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"You know you must be doing something right if old people like you." Dave Chappelle
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