Laughter is indeed a medicine that can cure any sadness. However, with great laughter comes greater chances of readers being offended by the humor which George Carlin displays in “When Will Jesus Bring the Pork Chops?” The title and cover art alone, which shows a Carlin with a fork and knife in hand at the Last Supper, lets the reader know that Carlin is going to speak what is on his mind, and by doing so there are going to be many things that will be disagreed on when it comes to religion, politics and life itself.
In Napalm & Silly Putty, George Carlin, the thinking person's comic, offers a hilarious new collection of razor-sharp observations on God, language, death, pets, driving, food, sports, airplanes, advertising, news, businessmen, and much more! You'll learn what Carlin thinks of saving the planet, his suggestion for revamping the prison system, and why he prays to Joe Pesci. Add to the mix "The Ten Most Embarrassing Songs of All Time," "The 20th-Century Hostility Scoreboard," and "People I Can Do Without," and you have an irresistible assortment of quips, probes, thrusts, and verbal ordeals that are as smart as they are infectiously funny.
We love this guy, he makes us laugh. He makes us not take things too seriously. He is really observant and this book is a good text on how to see what’s going on around you too. The thinking person’s comic who uses words as weapons, George Carlin shares all-new, cutting-edge opinion and observational humor in Brain Droppings. Filled with thoughts, musing, questions, lists, beliefs, curiosities, monologues, asertions, assumptions, and other verbal ordeals, Brain Droppings is infectiously funny.
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