Get ready for belly laughs with this live 1996 performance by George Carlin from New York City’s Beacon Theatre, featuring the comedian’s acerbic observations as he derives humorous truths from weighty topics such as capital punishment and abortion.
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Back in town has more of Carlin's critical philosofical status than pure stand-up comedy. And for me, i like it better this way. His twisted mind tells the truth about abortion, dead penalty, marketing business, common language, self-motivation hipocrisy and voting on politicians.