George Carlin Was a Prophet

There is no Pittsburgh connection to this, just a sense of utter amazement that our Congress would pay even a moment's attention to whether there really are seven dirty words you can't say on television. Whoops. If Congress has its way, there will be eight. (Go to Thomas, the Congressional legislative research service, and type in HR 3687. Here's the FCC order that started the fuss.


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