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Comedy at its best, as George Carlin practiced it, holds a mirror up to society in a harsh light.
George Carlin had a lifelong love of learning and questioned everything.
Carlin, who died in 2008, still resonates with comedians and comedy fans as much as at any time when he was alive.
But the genius of George Carlin comes when you get past the titillation and shock value.
Then there was the aged aunt of Mrs. Carlin to call upon, and the time passed quickly till it was time for the afternoon train.
There was no one to bid Mr. Kemble good-bye, save the colonel and Mrs. Carlin, as he had made few acquaintances.
When the letters were all completed, Carlin was called upon to read first.
"It is a diamond drill, and strikes a bonanza on the lower level," said Carlin.
Carlin had leaped from the train while yet it was moving quite rapidly.