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Dennis Rodman, In Eleven Wild Soundbites: "Do One Thing, Make Money, Honey"

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Dennis Rodman on...?

"Do one thing. Cambodia, right. Guess what. This music, I've been through a lot. Indonesia, right. Guess what. this whole page, right. It's easy, right. There's babies feeding, right. You know what's amazing, right. I don't do it for money, personally. I don't do that bullshit."

Dennis Rodman on what he does:

"But I just do one thing, honey. Make money. A lot. In your interview, do one thing, make sure you put people who are important."

Dennis Rodman on depression:

"My favorite thing to talk about is life. One reason, I see life every day and it's not fun. It's difficult. Every day is difficult. And you try to do one thing. You make it from place, to another place. Famous or not famous. Rich or not rich. It's the same place, man. It's the same goddamn place. I love people. That's my thing. Guess what, guess what. I've found in my life that things change. They change, they change, and that's good. And guess what. People who have money you have people who like you that people say you havea good soul and they love you. They love you."

Dennis Rodman on love

I look for love in people. You have to do one thing. You have perception of people. I do one thing, honey. Watch this. My friend owns Myspace, right. He sold it to Fox, right, for $500 million, right. So Fox took one thing and made $11 billion. He looked at me said one thing: 'Fuck.' That's all he said: 'Fuck.' I get emotional, and it sucks. Steve jobs did one thing, he was a sick man, he was sick, and he came back and made Apple again. He was sick and he made Apple again. He did everything for Apple.

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