Before his death, George Carlin was an atheist. He had no faith in God.
“No. No, there is no God, but there may be some form of organizing intelligence, which I believe is beyond our comprehension. It isn’t a judging entity in the least. Carlin once observed, “It’s absolutely not paternalistic and all these attributes that have been assigned to God.”
George stopped worshiping God at a young age, and later in life, he decided to start worshiping Joe Pesci since he appeared to be a man who could get things done.
Was George Carlin In The Military?
Carlin was trained as a radar technician, and was stationed in Barksdale Air Force Base in Bossier City, Louisiana.
Looking back on his service, Carlin was proud to have been generally discharged instead of dishonorably discharged. He was deemed an unproductive Airman and court martialed three times.
Carlin was born in Manhattan to secretary Mary and The Sun advertising manager Patrick John Carlin, who in 1935 won the Mahogany Gavel Award from over 800 other public speakers at the Dale Carnegie Public Speaking Institute, and who died in December 1945, when George Carlin was only eight years old.