George Carlin became a pop-culture sensation for the first time in the early ’70s, most notoriously with his "Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television," but his recent monologues have been just as sharp and devastating. Now 70, and living along the canals of Venice, he's about to celebrate his 50th year as an entertainer. Carlin today aims much of his comic wrath directly at his first devoted audience: the Baby Boomers, all grown up and in charge. The "excessive and exaggerated" generation of Bush and Clinton has really let him down.
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