Authored by Adam Taggart via PeakProsperity.com, Why the 99% of us are falling farther behind... It's a big club and you ain't in it. ~ George Carlin If you suspect society is unfair, that there's a different set of rules the richShow More Summary
As George Carlin once taught us, there are no blue foods. It’s Okay To Be Smart explores the why there is so little naturally-occuring blue pigment in animals, plants, insects, and other organic matter. Oh, and those Morpho butterflies aren’t actually blue. Minds blown.
We've come a long way since George Carlin introduced us to his "seven dirty words" 45 years ago.
Strangely Blogged: George Carlin, George Orwell, and Trump Seven Banned Words. Booman Tribune: Buying Rich Lowry a Trump Russia Clue... Field Negro does not sugarcoat the Omarosa story. ICYMI, The Reality-Based Community (Same Facts)...Show More Summary
After the White House sent the CDC a list of words that shouldn't appear in any budget documents, Chuck Todd channels his inner George Carlin.
Comedian George Carlin famously crafted a routine around “Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television,” a piece so far over the line for a newspaper that you’re just going to have to look it up yourselves. But the Trump administration has gone one better and has listed seven words and phrases the...
None of which were on the George Carlin Version The post A 2017 version of “the seven dirty words” at… the CDC? appeared first on Hot Air.
In the birthplace of George Washington, not George Carlin, swearing can net a $250 fine.
The key thing when you are playing politics with abortion is not to look like you are playing politics with abortion. #onpoli #cdnpoli — Warren Kinsella (@kinsellawarren) October 6, 2017
“That’s all I want, that’s all you need in life, is a little place for your stuff, ya know?” George Carlin said. Sometimes you run out of room for your stuff, and you […] The post Western Digital Unveils a Monstrous 20TB External Hard Drive appeared first on Geek.com.
All of the comedians and comedy fans who claim Richard Pryor was the greatest stand-up comedian ever have Dick Gregory to thank for that. Before Pryor or George Carlin embraced the so-called counterculture, Gregory was out there on the front lines of 1960s activism and breaking the racial barriers for black comedians to achieve mainstream […]
(Steven Hayward) I sometimes like to muse that nearly all the trouble and confusion of the modern era comes from the obfuscations of nomenclature. Actually I think I heard George Carlin explains this first, but it goes something like...Show More Summary
The Queens of the Stone Age frontman and the comedian also chatted about “The Handmaid’s Tale,” escapism
George Carlin had the seven words the FCC wouldn’t let you say, Star Trek Discovery has just the one. Star Trek: Discovery‘s producers apparently feel that the word “God” has no place on the bridge of a Federation starship. Series star...Show More Summary
Comedian George Carlin's 1972 routine "the seven words you can never say on television" underlined his generation's rejection of the niceties and constraints of post-war American society. Seeing how the use of these swear words has changed over time captures the evolving American psyche, according to a new study by San Diego State University psychology professor Jean M. Twenge.
(San Diego State University) George Carlin's 1972 routine 'the seven words you can never say on television' underlined his generation's rejection of the niceties of post-war American society. Seeing how the use of these swear words has...Show More Summary
A post shared by Kelly Carlin (@kellycarlinishere) on Jul 25, 2017 at 10:07pm PDT In May 2016, the National Comedy Center acquired the rights to the rather extensive archives from the late comedian George Carlin, who was known for being rather meticulous. With the help of his daughter Kelly, the NCC is now set to...
This year’s edition of the Lucille Ball Comedy Festival, traditionally held the week following Montreal’s Just For Laughs in upstate New York, will feature a week of performances and panels, “Comedy and the Human Condition,” which partners the new National Comedy Center with the renowned Chautauqua Institution. on a week titled July 31st – August 6th. Jim […]
In his classic comedy routine, "A Place for your Stuff," George Carlin argues that the whole point of life is to find an appropriately sized space for the things you own. What holds for people is also true for bacteria.