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Napalm & Silly Putty by George Carlin
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May 31, 12

I've often thought that George Carlin wrote books, less as a means of transferring information and knowledge, and more as a means of making some cash. Each portion of his books are often very similar to his standup routines throughout the years, but reading them pale in comparison to watching George do what he did best!

Now that aside, I love reading his stuff...just like I indicated in my review for "When Will Jesus Bring the Porkshops." I say that his written word pales in comparison to his spoken word, and it does, as if it is a bad thing, but it's not. His written word is very entertaining and critical of the very things I think we all need to take a closer look at in our world, but his spoken word is just that much better.

If you don't like Carlin, you won't like this book...
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