Rodney Dangerfield: It looked like a good way to communicate with folks, maybe give them a few laughs. Having my own web site made sense to me because I could control the content and not have some reporter or editor (no offense) cut up what I was trying to say.
To communicate with folks.
RD: Credit goes mostly to my wife, Joan, and some consultants named Ken Johnson and Powell Hamilton. I get some credit myself for the content and deciding what I wanted on the site.
RD: First of all, time flies. I've been married now three years. The love bug just bit me.
RD: When I graduated from high school I would like to have gone to college. I'll be 75 next month. At this point in my life, going back to school is not one of my priorities.
RD: I play a similar character to the one in Caddyshack, only Wally is much wilder. Everyone who was involved in Wally Sparks says it's the funniest thing I've ever done.
RD: To me I see no difference. I was equally depressed in both time periods.
RD: You never can tell just who's going to make it. Take my case--no one picked me.
RD: Pizza and root beer!
RD: I'd let them know that I'm at my happiest when I'm joining a congo line.
RD: For years I went to the big parties, met the big people, and I sucked and kissed ass.
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