George Carlin And Temporariness In Our ‘Culture’
Posted by Socrates in AmeriKwa, fads and trends, fashion, George Carlin, jewed culture, pop culture, Socrates, tv, TV culture at 9:28 pm | Permanent Link
I just saw again an old TV interview with the late comedian George Carlin – circa 1970 – in which he mentions that American culture is becoming more and more “temporary,” i.e., it’s made up of only short-term things (trends, fads and various pop culture). I said once that America doesn’t have a real culture anymore. But, did it ever have one? Or was it always just trendy nonsense?
A forum thread about pop culture: [Here].