George Carlin, 1937 &#8212 2008

George Carlin, 1937 &#8212 2008

He hosted the first episode of Saturday Night Live. He proved, as Lenny Bruce did before him, that humor could be simultaneously intelligent and raunchy. And if there had not been a George Carlin, there would be no Lewis Black and no Patton Oswalt.

A Moment of Silence for George Carlin:

Is it just me, or is there something about this year? It’s like we are moving into some kind of singularity.

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One response to “George Carlin, 1937 &#8212 2008”

  1. Ahhh George Carlin.

    The awesome PreBoomer folks are fading away. Pretty soon we’ll be left with nothing but Baby Boomers. They’ll want to revive Disco.

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