One Hundred Words (21)

June 27, 2008, 9:45 am; posted by
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“Do not be . . . yoked with unbelievers . . . what communion has light with darkness?”2 Cor 6:14

I heard George Carlin died this week. It was surprising; he was younger than I thought and never a favorite, so I didn’t keep up. I realized I disliked him because I could always hear anger in his humor, even the clean stuff. He seemed an angry, vile, vulgar, dark man who couldn\’t mask that persona. I only hope in his last moments, he saw the light and found seven other words to express himself — “Help me Jesus; save my soul tonight.”

–CSM


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  1. David on June 27th, 2008 10:58 am

    One of his routines was based around the “2 minute warning” that you get in football where they blow the whistle and let you know you only have 2 minutes left to do what ever you are trying to get done. He used to joke about how nice it would be if God would do the same thing for us when our time came. Based on his body of work I think he would have needed more than 2 minutes. I hope he got it though, I dont wish hell on anyone.

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