Why George Carlin Rules

So I was reading up on CNN about George Carlin going into rehab and it mentioned some quotes from his last appearance at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas:

In his last performance at the MGM Grand after four years before 700 paying customers, he reportedly said: “People who go to Las Vegas, you've got to question their f—-g intellect – traveling hundreds and thousands of miles to essentially give your money to a large corporation is kind of f—-g moronic. That's why what I'm always getting here is these kind of f—-g people with very limited intellects.”

A woman shouted, “Stop degrading us.” Carlin replied by inviting her, in two words, to perform a sexual act upon him.

He said he was eager to get out of “this (bad word) hotel” and back east “where the real people are.”

Anyway, that's one of the reasons I really admire George Carlin. He's not afraid to call it like it is.

Good luck in rehab, George. Can't wait for you to get out.

Update: While visiting Barnes & Noble this evening, I stumbled across the new book, When Will Jesus Bring the Pork Chops (ISBN: 1401301347) and bought it. More gems by George.





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