I know! He was one of those rare people that just becmae an even bigger scamp the older he got. I want to be that brave when I grow up. So jealous that you saw him live. Live comedy is one of the things I really miss about NYC. There were so many clubs and so much live comedy. Great comics come to the Chicago Theater though. Since I have lived here I have seen Bill Maher, Lewis Black (another one whose anger increases with age) and the Sexy Liberal Comedy Tour. Thanks for subscribing, Steve! http://oosury.com [url=http://qfgtvzyok.com]qfgtvzyok[/url] [link=http://adnjtfykk.com]adnjtfykk[/link]
almost five years ago
The funniest stduanp comedian ever. My dad turned me on to George as a kid. He deconstructed and exposed (the English) language better than any college professor ever could. Very interesting to see him get more and more angry as he got older (when many of his peers slowed down, mellowed out, etc.). I was fortunate enough to see him live in 1992 and to meet him in 2005 at a book signing and he was even cooler in person than I could have ever imagined. And to think, two of his final memorable quotes were his prophetic F Tiger Woods!!! and F Lance Armstrong!!! Great post. http://ffjqtxdkapt.com [url=http://tnlmtdnq.com]tnlmtdnq[/url] [link=http://nhoiyonut.com]nhoiyonut[/link]
over five years ago
As an artist, I'd expcet nothing less from you, Michael. Still, it seems many artists don't wipe it clean. One of my bigger beefs is that those working in non-profits expcet artists who they support to be brilliant and new and outstanding but they don't adhere to the same principle within their own organizations.