Now in paperback, the New York Times bestseller that takes readers on a riotous journey through the mind of one of America’s premier comics George Carlin’s. “I think the warning labels on alcoholic beverages are too bland. They should be more vivid. Here is one I would suggest: “Alcohol will turn you into the same. by George Carlin. Hyperion, pages, hardcover. Review by Jim Walker. In a TV interview on CNBC with Tim Russert, Carlin said the title offends all three No doubt this book will offend many people, especially the religious, but then.
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Nothing and no one is safe! Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. It is the only product that, if used as intended, kills sill consumer. What was your reaction to the ending? I find it discouraging — and a bit depressing — when I notice the unequal treatment afforded by the media to UFO believers on the one hand, and on the other, to those who believe in an invisible supreme being who inhabits the sky.
October 12, Imprint: So I thought I would read something that Carlin wrote, laugh a bit, lament the loss.
Nov 06, Kaitlyn Henderson rated it it was amazing Shelves: Anyway, if you’ve read his previous works, Braindroppings and Napalm and Silly Puttyyou pretty much know car,in going to be in here – a lot of essays on current events, social customs and traditions, and the general weak character of Americans today. Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs.
His head exploding on the crosstown bus. I loved it, I think its his best yet and I really hope he lives to write many more. The best review of any book that really shakes people and hits them where they live is its measure of how many people people go out of their way to write slanderous reviews in hopes of discouraging others from hearing the ideas within. But I could use a little pancake mix. Mildly comic was his riff on how UFO buffs get a bum rap and people jesis believe in an invisible God Who demands their love get total respect from the media.
When Will Jesus Bring the Pork Chops? by George Carlin
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Audiobook is highly recommended, more so that the actual book. As George Might Have Said: They should be more vivid. A Fountain Filled with Blood.
It’s free and yours to keep. Eddie Murphy uses expletives constantly, but with him it does seem gratuitous. Cigarette companies market heavily to young people. The jokes are not always funny at least not to mebut very few books with a lighter side are going to hit every time.
I would say pointless, but its comedy, not all things funny need to have a point. Disgusting, soft, squishy words. And finally, it’s been suggested that we should not buy this book because it is simply the porkcnops of a drug addict. But that was fairly early on in the book and after that was o George Carlin has long been one of my favorite comedians although, brimg kind of lost freshness around the time that “Toledo Windowbox” came out.
Some good Carlin bits in here. What do you think the cameras are for? His mind is always speeding to the next topic. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
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And we have plans for you. Yhe why all the controversy over this book? George Carlin Commemorative Collection. Of course, if you’re reading Carlin, that’s probably just an expectation!
In an effort to improve his life, he decided to sell his soul; unfortunately, he sold wipl on eBay and was never paid. If you don’t like George Carlin, I suggest you read it anyways.
A running theme starts off complaining about euphemistic language sterilizing porkchopps dumbing down society, but drifts into exploration of the metaphoric nature of language itself, then delightfully active playing with language and metaphor, with deliberate breakdowns. Seems a lot of people think it’s OK to write a review after reading the first 20 pages, flipping through it at a bookstore, or just reading the cover.
Hachette Books; Reprint edition October 19, Language: This isn’t porkchopz attack on Christianity, folks, but one guy’s take on life, touching on such topics as how words evolved over time, the language of football compared to baseball and other intriguing aspects of our culture.
Carlin is not ” He was so “in your face” with it. I have an im personal trainer. Had high expectations for the book.