George Carlin was the poster child for POP!
His funny, incisive musings were Purposeful, Original, Pithy.
Samplings of his iconoclastic observations include:
“Before they invented the drawing board, what did they go back to?”
“What if there were no hypthothetical questions?”
“If you scratch a cynic, you’ll find a disappointed idealist.”
“Electricity is really just organized lightning.”
He was also known for saying, “You live 80 years and at best you get about six minutes of pure magic.”
Unfortunately for George, his loved ones and us, he didn’t make it to 80 years; but he certainly gave us a lot more than six minutes of pure genius and comedic magic. God speed.