A Place for My Stuff!

  • by George Carlin
  • 0 hrs and 51 mins
  • Performance

Publisher's Summary

Classic Carlin all the way. This is his eighth comedy album after a five-year break. Unlike earlier releases, A Place for My Stuff contains a number of studio tracks in addition to live performances, and he pokes fun at the format and candor of community radio, commercials, and television with aplomb. Tracks:
1. Acknowledgements
2. Opening
3. A Place for My Stuff
4. First Announcements
5. Have a Nice Day
6. Rice Krispies
7. Second Announcements
8. Interview with Jesus
9. Join the Book Club
10. Abortion
11. Third Announcements
12. Ice Box Man
13. Fourth Announcements
14. Asshole, Jackoff, Scumbag
15. Fifth Announcements
16. Fussy Eater, Part 1
17. Sixth Announcements
18. Fussy Eater, Part 2
19. Seventh Announcements
Explicit Language Warning: You must be 18 years or older to purchase.


Audible Editor Reviews

A Place for My Stuff! is the eighth album by the Grammy Award-winning American standup comic George Carlin. It includes both studio tracks and live recordings that feature his trademark sharp wit and devastating delivery. This lively audiobook includes: "First Announcements", "Have a Nice Day", "Rice Krispies", "Second Announcements", "Interview with Jesus", "Join the Book Club", "Abortion", "Third Announcements", "Ice Box Man", "Fourth Announcements", "Asshole, Jackoff, Scumbag", "Fifth Announcements", "Fussy Eater, Part 1", "Sixth Announcements", "Fussy Eater, Part 2", and "Seventh Announcements". Note that Carlin uses explicit language.


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Comdedy Classic

"A Place for My Stuff" is a classic comedy routine that never gets dated, mostly because it is true - it applies to anyone and everyone worldwide. Our lives are dedicated to acquiring/moving around our stuff!
Not just for Carlin fans - anyone would like this routine. The other entries on this CD, however, could possibly offend delicate ears. Lots of naughty words not meant for young listeners.
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- Jill

a lot of studio stuff very little actual stand up.

i was expecting a stand up show. which had parts of that were good. but a lot of fake funny commercials and the like that I wasnt expecting.
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- Nick Sampson

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-09-2007
  • Publisher: Laugh.com