If a cook touches a sauce, it gets passed through a sieve.
Sometimes all you need is for someone to see what you are planning and not look bemused.
On Bill Drummond and Jimmy Cauty, from the book about the KLF with the long subtitle.
Perhaps more than anything they did, The Manual led to the pair being perceived as cynical media manipulators rather than random followers of chaos. In a sense, this was always inevitable when they became successful because the public narrative believes that success comes from knowing what you are doing. The equally common phenomenon of stumbling upwards is rarely recognised.
From the same book.
Almost as much a condo as a car.