George Carlin, Author, George Carlin, Read by, Author, Read by, read but I would imagine it’s not very easy to breathe inside the little glass. 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. from George Carlin’s outrageous book ‘When will Jesus bring the Porkchops?’ cross-training, and I realized this would have been a good idea for Jesus.
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George Carlin RIP was a stand-up comedian and there is no one better suited to give us his book the way he himself reads it. His observations are brilliant as always, but his “stories” and characters just don’t do it for me. Buy it and enjoy. Just because you work with a bunch of simpletons, doesn’t mean it translates into comedy. I know the fertility rate is down. Ranging from his a 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 legendary irreverence and iconoclasm are on full display in When Will Jesus Bring the Pork Chops?
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The funniest man to ever live. If you are a Christian with strongly held beliefs, or just uncomfortable with jokes at religions expense, especially Christianity, then download something else, and leave the Carlin to us heathens. A female teacher seduced a fourteen-year old boy and he turned her in to the police.
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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. Used to be you had to go to Europe jeesus find a spa. Many essays the best of which are on the horrors of euphemistic languagesome goofy sketches, and crazy one-liners. Grammy Winner for Best Spoken Comedy Album Performed by George Carlin himself, and filled with teorge, musings, questions, lists, beliefs, curiosities, monologues, assertions, assumptions, and other verbal ordeals, Brain Droppings is jeesus funny.
Two stars, this book stars at at two stars plus. You’ve successfully reported this review. I think the reason conservatives want all these babies to be born is that they simply like the idea of birth.
I haven’t even heard this yet, bar the sample preview, but knowing George Carlin’s stand-up work, I know I’m going to enjoy it. Who knows where these gloves have been? Major funding for this book was made possible by deliberately starving a family of four in Tenessee.
Apparently, they were looking for kids who were trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean and reverent. Songs of the Doomed. Had high expectations for the book. Carlin on the battle of the sexes: He leads me to examine some of the motives and concepts that underpin our use of legitimate words. This is better than some routines and worse than others, but it is still longer than all hesus them and who can pass 7h 30 of George Carlin?
Bbring me, Father, for I have sinned. And it doesn’t fall short in this book!
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Carlin, like Shakespeare, is usually better in the performance than the reading. In an effort to improve his life, he decided to sell his soul; unfortunately, he sold it on eBay and was never paid. So when I was looking for my next Audible purchase, I couldn’t resist!
But I did not enjoy this book. We soften the things that make us uncomfortable – going from “cripple” to “physically challenged” might make up feel better about it, but it doesn’t change the condition itself.
Instead he sets up redicullous situation, I guess to show us how obsered we are and then strectches it out until its dead. While this book made me cry of laughter multiple Warning: My favorite sections are always his euphemisms and he doesn’t fail to deliver here.