ZAPPA: Someone in the U.S. would find it pretty hard to get a good education. But then, what good is an education? The richest people in the world aren’t particularly smart or happy. And the happiest people in the world aren’t particularly smart or rich.
OUI: So where does that leave you?
ZAPPA: That leaves me making music. But we can’t talk about that.
OUI: We can’t even talk about my partial comprehension of it?
ZAPPA: No, because that would lead to misconstructions, or misconstrusions, if you prefer. Besides, you don’t wanna talk about my music. It’s trapped in the Sixties. It’s a little time capsule that’s not supposed to be opened for another couple hundred years. (read more)
Source: Charles Ulrich