At 11:30 AM yesterday morning, at 6780 Hollywood Blvd in Hollywood, California, Ozzy Osbourne was awarded a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame. Accepting the honor, Ozzy told the crowd of over 1,000: “To say that this is an honor is not enough. This is just so overwhelming, with all of you turning out so early in the morning to see my old butt.”Marilyn Manson delivered a speech at the sidewalk ceremony, part of which is transcribed below: “Most people think that you have to be happy to succeed socially, politically or financially or that success brings happiness. In turn, those who are eternally unhappy are expected to go insane and or become criminals. This star proves that it is quite obvious that Ozzy has managed to succeed while remaining insane and strangely happy despite his various crimes against man and nature.”
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