The seven dirty words (or "Filthy Words") are seven English-language words that
American comedian George Carlin first listed in 1972 in his monologue "Seven ...
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Aug 12, 2014 ... Opening monologue from George Carlin's "Life Is Worth Losing" (2005) "I'm a
modern man. A man for the millenium. Digital and smoke free.
George Carlin — 'I'm a modern man, a man for the millennium. Digital and smoke
free. A diversified multi-cultural, post-modern deconstruction that is ana...
George Carlin: Thank you! Talk about a live show! It's nice to see you, welcome,
and thanks for joining us - live. Um.. I'm kinda glad that we're on at night, so that ...
George Carlin emerges from the audience and heads to Home Base. But it's a
videotape of Carlin's entrance from the very first episode of Saturday Night Live in
George Carlin's “Aging” Monologue. He Is Right, It Is Not Years In Your Life It is
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The following is a verbatim transcript of "Filthy Words" (the George Carlin
monologue at issue in the Supreme Court case of FCC v. Pacifica Foundation) ...
George Carlin in Baseball and Football ... the most famous stand-up baseball
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Aug 20, 2010 ... George Carlin's Seven Dirty Words. The big seven words you weren't allowed to
broadcast were: Shit, Piss, Fuck, Cunt, Cocksucker, ...