I'm missing the guy. He had a stop here this summer on his tour. Guess that's not going to happen. *sigh*
He was fucking brilliant, we should all be so vocal and open with how we really feel, life would be simpler. He was a God in his own right.
crazy isn't it? i really had no idea he was 71.
yeah...fuck....people I grew up with are starting to die...I don't like the implications.GC will be missed..
I don't quite have his edge, but I do definitely emulate some of his comedy...probably as a result of growing up with his records and specials...
the not to be said on tv words which i think he did say and it resulted in an FCC lawsuit? he will be missed. once he did this rip on california style liberal uber environmentalists that was rare and spot on. ...he was an equal opportunity offender and i liked that!
I've adored Carlin since I was -- well, way younger than I am now. Not only was he funny as hell, but I admired and respected him for bucking authority and pushing the envelope as far as it would go. He had fuckin' balls, man. His loss leaves a huge void in the world, though I have no doubt he's cracking wise wherever he is now.
I loved his unique sense of humor and his delivery. Give him back God, you selfish bastard.
He and Lenny must be throwin one helluva party.
He did? Well that is sad!I only hope he spoke all his heart out...
He did, Mona.He certainly did.
many years ago I use to love this comedian. Recently I found a show of his on HBO and watched it with shock and I was appalled to the statements he made towards full figure and over sized people. I was so angry that I decided never to listen, watch or laugh at the things he had to say. With so many other things in life to laugh about, politics, sex, the metro way of living, he had to go and hurt the one group that use to laugh with him. Why must skinny people find it funny to laugh at fat people when it hurts us so much. I am a big person and when I'm insulted, abused and used to make someone who thinks so less of himself, I stop laughing.
Even Andrew "Diceman" Clay apologized for insulting big people after he fell in love with his wife who happened to be a full figure woman. George never apologized.
71 years. Probably 41 of them earning Top 2% bucks. And at least that many doing what HE wanted to do. Nothing sad about this. Twas a reasonably long life.People who take far better care of themselves have died far younger.
I spent Monday honoring the memory of this fine man by incorporating all seven of his words you can't say on television into my speech. Needless to say, the FedEx man was not amused.
I actually had to google the 7 words we can't say/hear on TV.
Anonymous-G~ Learn to laughat yourself sweetie. Eventually you will be makin the same jokes.Troll~ I think you miss the point.Moi~ Nah. He went and said the same thing to his boss later that day.Ming~ All you had to do was click on "Read More"
ahhhhhhhhhhhhhh, never!!!!!!!!!!!!!I could never be so cruel.
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