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Originally posted by SystemiK
reply to post by Majal
I'm a bit disappointed to see you edited your original post to include the 'CIA' angle.
He died of natural causes, nothing more. If what you suggested were true, many MANY people who are still alive would have preceded him.
Originally posted by SonicInfinity
George Carlin was a good man,
Carlin was born on May 12, 1937, and grew up in the Morningside Heights section of Manhattan, raised by a single mother. After dropping out of high school in the ninth grade, he joined the Air Force in 1954. He received three court-martials [sic] and numerous disciplinary punishments, according to his official Web site.
While in the Air Force he started working as an off-base disc jockey at a radio station in Shreveport, La., and after receiving a general discharge in 1957, took an announcing job at WEZE in Boston.
"Fired after three months for driving mobile news van to New York to buy pot," his Web site says.