“Not working is bad for you. It is my drug, it gives me a high; most performers will tell you that. And there is nothing like the high that an audience gives you.”

 

Bruce Forsyth

“The break for me was the Medicare drug benefit in 2003. It’s just grossly expensive, bad policy. After that, I no longer gave them the benefit of the doubt and started seeing the glass as half-empty.”

Bruce Bartlett

“What happened during the previews of ‘Taboo’ [musical] was that it was the first time I’d ever been written about as a great song-writer – I cried. I absolutely wept, because it wasn’t the usual stuff like, “Oh, he was a drug addict and he did this and that…” It was really looking at the music and it was really complimentary. It was a huge thing.”

 

Boy George

“You find out so many interesting things when you’re not on drugs.”

 

Boy George

“Consider this: 1. Would you ride in a car whose driver was on the consciousness-expanding “entheogenic” drug LSD? And here’s a bonus question: 2. Why does an “expanded consciousness” include the inability to operate a motor vehicle?”

 

Brad Warner

“If you’ve never tried drugs, DON’T. And if you have, pray.”

 

Brad Renfro

“If someone wants to do drugs … as long as he or she isn’t corrupting minors or driving under the influence or endangering others, shouldn’t a person have that right?”

 

Brad Pitt

“Let us be the ones who say we do not accept that a child dies every three seconds simply because he does not have the drugs you and I have. Let us be the ones to say we are not satisfied that your place of birth determines your right for life. Let us be outraged; let us be loud; let us be bold.”

 

Brad Pitt

“What happened during the previews of ‘Taboo’ [musical] was that it was the first time I’d ever been written about as a great song-writer – I cried. I absolutely wept, because it wasn’t the usual stuff like, “Oh, he was a drug addict and he did this and that…” It was really looking at the music and it was really complimentary. It was a huge thing.”

 

Boy George

“You find out so many interesting things when you’re not on drugs.”

 

Boy George

“Drugs became an obsession, like Culture Club had been, like religion later became although I’m through with that now.”

 

Boy George

“After half an hour the drug hit me like a sensuous tidal wave. I turned into a tactile temptress and wanted to stroke the whole world. It gave me untold confidence.”

 

Boy George

“Yes, cannabis is dangerous, but no more than other perfectly legal drugs. It’s time for a rethink, and the Tory party – the funkiest, most jiving party on Earth – is where it’s happening.”

 

Boris Johnson

“I cant remember what my line on drugs is. Whats my line on drugs?”

 

Boris Johnson

“I’ve never taken drugs. My drug, I suppose, is drink. I never drink before I sing, but I do make up for it when I come off!”

 

Bonnie Tyler

“I don’t need any drug to show me Heaven And I sure know how to spend plenty of time cleaning Hell But I’m missin’ that feeling of falling.”

 

Bonnie Raitt

“As far as critics, I’m not a hip guy. I was never on drugs. Nobody ever felt sorry for me ’cause I went straight or found God. I always had God. I’ve always like, played by the rules.”

 

Bobby Vinton

“While we must ensure that these dangerous new drugs and precursors do not get in the hands of children or others who would use them improperly, we must also be aware that these same drugs have legitimate uses.”

 

Bobby Scott

“Studies have shown that inmate participation in education, vocational and job training, prison work skills development, drug abuse, mental health and other treatment programs, all reduce recidivism, significantly.”

 

Bobby Scott

“Drugs are the enemies of ambition and hope – and when we fight against drugs we are fighting for the future.”

 

Bob Riley