They own this place...

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by OPTIONAL777, Mar 28, 2011.

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  2. I have noticed that George Carlin is like Holy water to a vampire for the right, they not address a single point, they will not say a single thing.

    It is funny really:D
     
  3. Carlin was right about a lot of stuff, no doubt. Most great comics are right actually.

    I think they see things the way they are, how absurd things are, and are moved to either laugh or cry...and lucky for us, they move toward laughing about it.

    I go through in my mind the great comics of my time, and they are right most of the time.

    Great comics don't tell jokes, they make jokes about the reality of life.

    It is very hard for me to understand how someone couldn't find Carlin, Pryor, a young Eddie Murphy (Raw era) Dennis Leary, Robin Williams, Lenny Bruce, Brian Reagan, Louis CK, Sam Kinison, Redd Foxx, Bernie Mac, Lewis Black etc. funny.

    I don't know if you have seen much of Louis CK, but he is a riot.

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  4. Along a similar line of reasoning, consider how many lyrics in music have ever promoted anything like right wing politics? Or musicians for that matter.
     
  5. One of the great ironies of life, is the bumper music that right wing radios uses. I remember listening to Limbaugh once and wondering if he knew that the music he was playing coming and going into break was written and performed by liberals.

    Face it, how many great artists have been right wing? Comedian right wingers vs. left wing? Forget about it.

    Music? No contest at all.

    Right wingers are typically conformist seeking types, so the type of creativity that a musician or a comedian has are something they aren't keen on.



     
  6. Too funny not to post...

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  7. Nice addition, thanks!
     
  8. Hannity, to his credit, did catch this once, it was Don Henley's End of Innocence. He asked on the air why this was bumper music, because it was an obvious slam on Reagan.