Infused with his trademark irreverent humor and biting cultural observations, this book offers Carlin’s opinion on everything from evasive euphemistic language to politicians to the media to dead people. Nothing and no one is safe.
Carlin likes to emphasize the wacky and the bizarre. The book has a quick pace as it is full of short stories and one liners to keep it zipping. There is no distinct setting for any of the stories. You do get a good feel for the thought processes and ideas that float thru George Carlin’s head, frightening as it may be. 2004, 295 pages.