NerdLord (23 Nov, 2012) Reply
One of my favorite stand-up performers ever. Go see his videos on YouTube if you don't know this guy.
faroutman (23 Nov, 2012)
Carlin was hilarious in the '70's & '80's, but age has mellowed him right out of the game. His new stuff is kinda sad.
@faroutman (23 Nov, 2012)
He didn't mellow right out of the game, he sorta died right out of it.
faroutman (24 Nov, 2012)
Oh yeah, I forgot he went tits up a few years back. Maybe that lame global warming bit he did had something to do with it. Damn that global warming :}
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SayWha (23 Nov, 2012)
Nerds don't go to bars. Nerds go to Comic-Con dressed as furries.
Carlin's Corner (23 Nov, 2012)
Actually, his daughter says he felt that he didn't really find his comic voice until the last few years of his life. I thought he was funny every year.
Fergis (23 Nov, 2012) Reply
This is a Drew Carry quote, not a George Carlin quote.
Hiostorian Bob (23 Nov, 2012)
They actually are both credited for that one, not sure who used it first.
Fergis (23 Nov, 2012)
Well it doesn't sound like something that Carlin would say, so I'm going to go with Drew Carry.
Drew (23 Nov, 2012)
Fergis, come on down!
Zelda antimatter (23 Nov, 2012) Reply
He speaks truth on global warming-cooling or whatever the heck it's called this week.
Bartender (23 Nov, 2012) Reply
So, the way's I see it, is I dont have a support group, and all ya all are really bad tippers.
Teacher (23 Nov, 2012) Reply
Booze and / or the bar is not the cure for hating your job. First, you might try helping others... If you have time for the bar, then you have time to give.
111 (25 Nov, 2012)
Instead of helping "others", help yourself. "Others" are frequently ungrateful.
@teacher (25 Nov, 2012)
So what if your job is all about helping people and you still hate it? Good thing that bar is still there for the less sanctimonious.
Nerdygirl (10 Dec, 2012) Reply
I have a joke... People go to a bar they get drunk, then their hanged over the end