George Carlin’s been working the crowd since “the counterculture” became “the over-the-counter culture” around or so; his new book, Brain Droppings. CHAPTER ONE. Brain Droppings. By GEORGE CARLIN Hyperion. PEOPLE AHEAD OF ME ON LINE. Here’s something I can do without: People ahead of me . With nearly 20 albums, two Grammys, two Cable ACE awards, and more HBO specials sunder his belt than anyone else, George Carlin is more popular.
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I know, before you say it, I realize the book is called Brain Droppings. See all customer images. X The third week in February. Since there was a 3-year gap between the printed book and the audiobook, a few things were changed due to changes in both Carlin’s personal life and in the world in general.
Maybe I had entirely wrong ideas what the book would be, and certainly, I didn’t picture it to be this. Until everyone in the restaurant is really uncomfortable. And, I get just as discouraged when a guy who’s buying a simple jar of spaghetti sauce tries to pay with a letter of credit from the Bank of Liechtenstein.
This was Carlin’s “first real book” and contains much of Carlin’s stand-up comedy material. As for the late Mr. It impacts my life every single day Tell ’em you want eggs: Sep 21, Jim rated it it was amazing. I say, “Hey, professor! They would stop functioning almost completely, except deep in their minds they would have adventures and experiences that were completely impossible in real life.
Any guy who takes a job where you gotta puke first is my kind of guy. Gotta get a bigger house. For longtime Carlin fans, the book also contains complete versions of two of his most famous monologues, ” A Place for My Stuff ” and “Baseball and Football”.
Brain Droppings by George Carlin
Take my word for this: As they lay there, completely vulnerable to their enemies, their only movements were to occasionally shift from one position to another; or, if one of the ‘mind adventures’ got too real, they would sit up and scream and be glad they weren’t unconscious anymore. There’s nothing wrong with suckin’ dicks. Always the master wordsmith with the best sense of humor to come along in ages. You can even give your stuff away.
The book is really just a bunch of his regular comedic material.
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It won’t just make you laugh, however. You’ve got stuff all over the world!!
When are they gonna outlaw this shit? Where did they get this stuff?
I gave this book to my daughter for Christmas. And the things it brings me are quite apparent all the time: So I don’t really remember the first time I heard George Carlin’s stand-up, some time looooong ago, but the earliest I recall is when my dad got a double-cd collection of his stand-up and put it on when we went to the drive-in theater who still does that?
Probably even the best. The Salvation Army and Goodwill will actually come to your house and pick up your stuff and give it to people who brai have much stuff.
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Swimming is not a sport. These items are shipped from and sold by different sellers. My favorite part was probably the rant about “stuff”, so so true. If you’re a die-hard Carlin fan and must consume everything he ever published, go ahead and read it.
Just in case you wind up barefoot on the highway some night. Then they are boring until they reach fifty.
Wacky, odd, compelling, interesting and never dull. Geeorge back the next day with a small truck. If you love someone, set them free; if they come home, set them on fire. Ask him if the chef would mind preparing a dish that’s not on the menu. X Guys who can juggle, but only a little bit.
I’m here to help. Jul 28, Michael Kress rated it liked it Shelves: But Brain Droppings was a letdown, of sorts. Each one just as funny, if not funnier, than the brwin. Not my idea of funny. George Carlin droppinys one of my favorite comedians who made grumpy cynical 60 year olds cool. He had me laughing out loud as I flew down the highway toward home. I wasn’t bored, and I didn’t fail to be engaged.
I listened to this on audio book during a long road trip, and it was perfect for that because there’s no plot to follow and not a lot of intricate details that you must understand while you’re concentrating on the road. At times reflective, at times sociopathic, and always pretty random, this is a collection of Carlin’s random thoughts, from global warming to Baby boomers, to oxymoronic words.
You could just walk around all the time.