“Anyway, that’s enough making fun of America and the West. It’s time now to mock Islam.”
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We know that George Carlin is a disinfonaut favorite so enjoy Jason Bailey’s curation of Carlin wisdom at Flavorwire:
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The late, great comedian, actor, writer, ground-breaker, provocateur, and raconteur George Carlin would have turned 77 years old today, and while that’s not the kind of nice, round number that usually accompanies a tribute, it also doesn’t make a helluva lot of sense to play by the rules when it comes to Carlin. Over his nearly 50-year career, Carlin became one of our most astute political commentators and social critics — and, like the best stand-up comics, his material seldom (if ever) ages. So we’ve assembled some still-relevant words of wisdom from Carlin’s books and stand-up specials, in honor of the brilliant comedian and his truly one-of-a-kind voice.
“Griddle cakes, pancakes, hot cakes, flapjacks: why are there four names for grilled batter and only one word for love?” (Napalm & Silly Putty, 2002)
On airline announcements:
“About this time, someone is telling you to get on the plane.
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“I seriously doubt there’s ever been a time like this because things weren’t global… We are in the middle of some exciting times, they’re dangerous times, but it’s really fucking exciting that this many people can wake up and alter the way they live. We’re looking at the greatest potential that human kind has ever seen in terms of technology and awareness, yet we’re on a path that’s fully and wholeheartedly not living up to that potential. The gap between our reality and our potential is enormous, which could mean great things. It could mean a real global awakening in a way.” -Lee Camp
All comedy is not created equal. Don’t get me wrong, I’m always ready for (and often partaking in) some cheap chuckles facilitated by potty humor, but I have a deeper appreciation for the type of biting satire and commentary that actually opens your mind, forcing you to think whilst giggling.… Read the rest
Abby Martin covers what Dick Cheney has been up to since leaving office and features an interview with comedian and host of the Moment of Clarity web series, Lee Camp, discussing a few of the more ridiculous stories in the news, including Bush’s exhibit of paintings, low wages for congressmen and the universities teaching students how to lobby congress.
A little twisted humor to start your day.
Comedian Bill Burr addresses homophobia and how it is used to enforce gender stereotypes and ostracize those who don’t conform to them. Warning: Burr uses the homophobic slur “fag” in this bit. Obviously NSFW. Also not safe for the irony-impaired.
In the second episode of “Princess Intervention” Benny teaches Becca the truth about the Royal Family. If you thought the Royal baby was cute, then check this video out. (Follow the link at the end to see episode 1 about Disney Princesses). “It’s learning time!” xoxo, JoyCamp.