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Three stars... right in the middle... half was funny and half were dumb ramblings. I like Carlin, but I guess its comedy that you need to see in person and not in books. Read morePublished 4 months ago by T. J. Craig Jr.
Funny all the Christian are upset hahaha His book did exactly what he wanted it to do. Now go back to being suckers who believe in a man made invisible man who live in the sky.Published 9 months ago by Turk
This was the last book that George Carlin released during his lifetime. It is very funny, especially when he talks about euphemisms. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Johnny Heering
It had been a while since the last time I read some of George Carlin's material, and then I got my hands on "When will Jesus bring the Pork Chops? Read morePublished 10 months ago by Rodolfo R. Solorzano
Meh. This really wasn't Carlin's best work; it's a half decent bathroom reader.Published 11 months ago by Steven Krassow