In a skit from his last HBO special before his death, It's Bad for Ya, George Carlin discusses the differences between the way children in America are raised today as opposed to the way they were 30 to 40 years ago. His unique and funny outlook on the subject really does ring true IMO, speaking from my own point of view as an Early Childhood Educator for the past 15 years. Carlin really hits the nail right on the head on a lot of issues. His brutally honest take on just about every subject imaginable is what made him one of the best comedians to have ever lived. His presence is sorely missed.
R.I.P. George Carlin 1937 - 2008.