The end of an era

George Carlin died of heart failure yesterday at age 71. The brilliant, angry, absolutely fearless comedian was the original rager. He was an author, an actor and an amazing stand up comedian. Carlin was the original at calling us on our bullshit. He found a way to make words into weapons, and rarely missed his targets. His wit and fiery delivery will be sorely missed. In his honor, I’d like to ask everyone to use at least one of the seven dirty words you can’t say on t.v. today. George ~ you were an inspiration, and now you are a legend, give ’em hell man!

4 thoughts on “The end of an era”

  1. In his honor, I’d like to ask everyone to use at least one of the seven dirty words you can’t say on t.v. today.

    Try and stop me. ;)

  2. Sheer genius. Carlin took the baton from Lenny Bruce and ran with it further and more brilliantly than Bruce could have imagined.

    I also think he would have loved the name of this blog. ;-)

  3. Sh*t! I can’t believe the motherf*cker is dead. I practically pissed myself when I heard. F*cker’s heart finally gave out.

    Oh well, Carlin was smarter than 99.99% of the c*cksuckers who derided him. We won’t see his like again anytime soon.

    (Sorry…tits and c*nt were just too hard to work in.)

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