Marcel Duchamp: I had filled an ampoule, of Paris air, which is to say I simply opened an ampoule and let the air enter it by itself and closed the ampoule and brought it to New York as a gift of friendship, in any case.
Ice-T: That was the New York shit.
Duchamp: Of the not already seen.
Ice-T: I don’t care, man.
Duchamp: It’s not possible.
Ice-T: What’s the title of your third album?
Duchamp: “Here you are completely alone if you want to be.”
Ice-T: Don't worry about other suckers not liking me; they're going to jail soon.
Duchamp: They used Freud as a component in analyzing their subconscious, in any case.
Ice-T: It was a wake-up call for everybody.
Ice-T: Suge and Puffy got beef, but Puff don't represent all of New York, and Suge don't represent all the West Coast.
Duchamp: With each wanting to be the big protagonist, naturally there were some disagreements.
Ice-T: At this point, I've come up with conclusions that certain things will change while others will remain as they are.
Duchamp: Probably. The idea of canvas disappeared.
Ice-T: Then you lie to your buddy saying you wore one.