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By far the best comedian that ever lived.
So..like many of us ..I already owned much of this material and spent the money to get everything in one nice box and the extra 1hr interview... was it worth it?
He tells us about the absurdities of everyday life, points out our own foibles and does it with an awesome mastry of the English language.
Number 1 Comedian of all time! Simply addresses Reality and tells the truth! I suppose there's a "good" side to society not addressing the truth. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Larry Rettig
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|Which HBO specials are missing from this collection?||
If you're counting truly original specials, the one that's missing is It's Bad For Ya, which came about six to eight months before he passed. An ironic moment came the morning after Carlin's passing at, of all places, NewsRadio 880 WCBS in New York, where at 5am, a co-anchor stated that Carlin's... Read More
Aug 17, 2010 by T. LeBaron | See all 4 posts
Proof that the cliche only the good die young is true. Gone too soon with so much more to give. Hopefully he has gotton to where he's going and landed a front row seat to watch the entropy continue. He will live forever in my cynical mind and I thank him for protecting me from the hypocracy of... Read More
Jun 24, 2008 by Susan Minges | See all 5 posts
The disks snap into plastic trays. There are five "pages"... each page has a plastic base with one DVD and a "leaf" with two more, one each side. It's a curious but efficient arrangement.
Jun 13, 2010 by Guru | See all 2 posts
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Hello Osmar, Maybe check with the company that sells George's DVDs; email them-- ask and if they don't they should have this stuff all over the world. A great man--Renee in California
Jun 3, 2009 by Terry Holmes | See all 2 posts
|100% price swings?||
Amazon are hopeless profiteers. They mark stuff up at the drop of a hat, whenever someone dies their stuff goes up, or sometimes just on a whim, when they feel they've taken enough of a hit in the profit department. Just like Walmart with their "rollbacks", when they drop some prices,... Read More
Jun 30, 2010 by Jonathan Schult | See all 2 posts
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