Wednesday, June 17, 2009

George Carlin on Germs

Speaking of anti-bacterial products in my last post, Sanitation is Killing Us, blogger/commenter Tom of Tom's Place was reminded of a social commentary by the late George Carlin called 'Germs'. As usual, vulgar and to the point, Carlin skewered America's obsession with germs and cleanliness.

His body's reaction to germs should be adopted as the West's primary response to Islam and Theofascism - when his white blood cells are on patrol "seeking out strangers and other undesirables, if they see any, any, suspicious germs of any kind, they don't f**k around. They whip out the weapons, they wax the mother-f***er and deposit the unlucky fellow directly into my colon. Into my colon; there's no nonsense. There's no Miranda warning, none of that three strikes sh*t, first offense - BAM - into the colon you go!"

Once again, ahead of his time.

Thanks, Tom.

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