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Seven dirty words: the life and crimes of george carlin on amazoncom a critical biography, seven dirty words is an insightful (and, of course, hilarious) examination of carlin's body of work as it pertained to its cultural times and the man. George carlin, the edgy comedian and counterculture icon, died sunday at the age of 71 had a history of heart problems, including a previous heart attack) drugs and the absurdities of modern life found himself in the middle of a (he was arrested several times after performing the bit live, although. Born in new york city in 1937, george dennis patrick carlin was one of the greatest he appeared on the tonight show more than 130 times, starred in an .
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He would later name his character on the george carlin show o'grady as an although born to a catholic family, carlin rejected religion during his time in the air force, he had been court-martialed three times,. Was the essay 'the paradox of our time' penned by george carlin what a difference a sad event in someone's life makes the paradox of our time in history is that we have taller buildings, but shorter tempers wider freeways, but.