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2008-06-26 05:34
by Alex Belth
2008-06-26 07:03:09
1.   OldYanksFan
George is immortal.
2008-06-26 07:10:08
2.   OldYanksFan
In NH, we have an expression "Caught between a rock and a hard place". Looking down the road a little, here's some choices for a spot starter:
Carl "The Leech" Pavano
Sidney "The Frog" Ponson
Shawn "The Choker" Chacon

That ain't pretty. And old Chacon has taken the baseball phrase 'Choker' to need heights.

2008-06-26 07:12:53
3.   Alex Belth
those old KK's should be released on DVD.
2008-06-26 07:21:03
4.   Sushirabbit
That's great, thanks for sharing. I agree on the DVD, too. I'd love seeing Nelson, too.
2008-06-26 07:23:20
5.   williamnyy23
Wow...Carlin was a big baseball fan. His recollection of facts was dead on.
2008-06-26 08:02:19
6.   Shaun P
Thanks for sharing that, Alex.
2008-06-26 08:24:09
7.   Just fair
Cool. Carlin's one impression reminded me of Gabe Kaper. I have been inundating myself with Carlin YouTube clips since he died. I thought of putting that more pleasantly, but he would not have approved. : )
2008-06-26 08:57:56
8.   Start Spreading the News
Hey I live in white Harlem --that does sound tough! Don't mess with me.

In case you don't know what I am talking about, fast forward to the 3:30 minute mark if you haven't seen the video yet.

2008-06-26 09:20:10
9.   Saburo
Great companion piece to the "Baseball & Football" routine I've been seeing all week.

Jeez, Carlin coulda been a talking head on Ken Burns' "Baseball."

2008-06-26 09:20:10
10.   jkay
NBC is running the first ever Saturday Night Live, hosted by George Carlin this Saturday 11:30pm. Set your dvr's.
2008-06-26 09:23:31
11.   Alex Belth
That first SNL isn't great. It has some moments though. Carlin was too cool for "Baseball." He was very articulate and thoughtful in "The Arisocrats" though.
2008-06-26 12:54:39
12.   jkay

George Carlin on Kiner's Korner

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