George Carlin in a 1990 performance, angrier and funnier than ever. Here he takes on subjects as diverse as the idea that broccoli will somehow prevent you from getting cancer; concludes, more in sorrow than in anger, that some people are stupid; and wonders why we don't have a diet salad dressing called 500 Islands. He also imagines things we'll never hear, such as "Honey, let's sell the children, move to Zanzibar, and start taking opium rectally."
As always, however, one of his most important subjects is language, whether it be the so-called "offensive" variety that got him in trouble with the FCC, or the culture's seemingly innocuous yet far more pernicious tendency toward euphemism, as, for instance, when the descriptive "shell shock" eventually morphed into the less honest "battle fatigue."
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