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#3
I've seen way better stand up acts (Jimmy Carr, Jack Dee, Bill Bailey, Dylan Moran, and so on). Plus, I make a million points about how stupid a few of the things he said were, but I don't think this should be made into a religious debate.
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#7
its funny, but he´s right ;o
wich makes it great
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#8
I've heard much better comedians muse intellectually about religion and its affect on the people (e.g. Bill Hicks) but this isn't very funny at all
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#9
Eh...I don't have a problem with blasphemous comedy (even though I am Christian), and I even laugh at some of it, but I never found George Carlin funny. He seems to me to be more of a preacher than a comedian sometimes.
#10
That was one big "no shit, sherlock?"
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I've heard much better comedians muse intellectually about religion and its affect on the people (e.g. Bill Hicks) but this isn't very funny at all
Heh, like this:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-qmglGWMsdk
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Eh...I don't have a problem with blasphemous comedy (even though I am Christian), and I even laugh at some of it, but I never found George Carlin funny. He seems to me to be more of a preacher than a comedian sometimes.


Exactly my thoughts. In that clip he tended to miss out the comedy part of the routine and ended up coming off (to my ears) as a 4th rate Bill Hicks
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Quote by The Madcap
Eh...I don't have a problem with blasphemous comedy (even though I am Christian), and I even laugh at some of it, but I never found George Carlin funny. He seems to me to be more of a preacher than a comedian sometimes.


Are you from the UK? It seems like there's many different standards from stand up depending on where people are from.

Bill Hicks is nearly the only comedian that I've heard a lot of people agree on liking.
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