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Pacifica Foundclation 101
it and approved it. They use it like, crazy but it's not really okay. It's still a
rude, dirty, old kind of gushy word. (laughter) They don't like that, but they
say it, like, they say it like, a lady now in a middle-class home, you'll hear most
of the time she says it as an expletive, you know, it's out of her mouth before
she knows. She says, Oh shit oh shit, (laughter) oh shit. If she drops something,
Oh, the shit hurt the broccoli. Shit. Thank you. (footsteps fading away) (papers
Read it ! (from audience)
Shit! (laughter) I won the Grammy, man, for the comedy album. Isn't that
groovy? (clapping, whistling) (murmur) That's true. Thank you. Thank you
man. Yeah. (murmur) (continuous clapping) Thank you man. Thank you. Thank
you very much, man. Thank, no, (end of continuous clapping) for that and for
the Grammy, man, cause (laughter) that's based on people liking it man, yeh,
that's ah, that's okay man. (laughter) Let's let that go, man. I got my Grammy.
I can let my hair hang down now, shit. (laughter) Ha! So! Now the word shit
is okay for the man. At work you can say it like crazy. Mostly figuratively, Get
that shit out of here, will ya? I don't want to see that shit anymore. I can't
cut that shit, buddy. I've had that shit up to here. I think you're full of shit
myself. (laughter) He don't know shit from Shinola. (laughter) you know that?
(laughter) Always wondered how the Shinola people felt about that (laughter)
Hi, I'm the new man from Shinola. (laughter) Hi, how are ya? Nice to see ya.
(laughter) How are ya? (laughter) Boy, I don't know whether to shit or wind
my watch. (laughter) Guess, I'll shit on my watch. (laughter) Oh, the shit is
going to hit de fan. (laughter) Built like a brick shit-house. (laughter) Up, he's
up shit's creek. (laughter) He's had it. (laughter) He hit me, I'm sorry. (laugh-
ter) Hot shit, holy shit, tough shit, eat shit, (laughter) shit-eating grin. Uh,
whoever thought of that was ill. (murmur laughter) He had a shit-eating grin!
He had a what? (laughter) Shit on a stick. (laughter) Shit in a handbag. I
always liked that. He ain't worth shit in a handbag. (laughter) Shitty. He acted
real shitty. (laughter) You know what I mean? (laughter) I got the money back,
but a real shitty attitude. Heh, he had a shit-fit. (laughter) Wow! Shit-fit.
Whew! Glad I wasn't there. (murmur, laughter) All the animals-Bull shit,
horse shit, cow shit, rat shit, bat shit. (laughter) First time I heard bat shit,
I really came apart. A guy in Oklahoma, Boggs, said it, man. Aw! Bat shit.
(laughter) Vera reminded me of that last night, ah (murmur). Snake shit,
slicker than owl shit. (laughter) Get your shit together. Shit or get off the
pot. (laughter) I got a shit-load full of them. (laughter) I got a shit-pot full,
all right. Shit-head, shit-heel, shit in your heart, shit for brains, (laughter) shit-
face, heh (laughter) I always try to think how that could have originated; the
first guy that said that. Somebody got drunk and fell in some shit, you know.
(laughter) Hey, I'm shit-face. (laughter) Shit-face, today. (laughter Anyway,
enough of that shit. (laughter) The big one, the word fuck that's the one that
hangs them up the most. Cause in a lot of cases that's the very act that hangs
them up the most. So, it's natural that the word would, uh, have the same effect.
It's a great word, fuck, nice word, easy word, cute word, kind of. Easy word to
say. One syllable, short u. (laughter) Fuck. (Murmur) You know, it's easy.
Starts with a nice soft sound fuh ends with a kkh. Right? (laughter) A little
something for everyone. Fuck (laughter) Good word. Kind of a proud word,
too. Who are you? I am FUCK. (laughter) FUCK OF THE MOUNTAIN.
(laughter) Tune in again next week to FUCK OF THE MOUNTAIN. (laughter)
It's an interesting word too, cause it's got a double kind of a life-personality-
dual, you know, whatever the right phrase is. It leads a double life, the word
fuck. First of all, it means, sometimes, most of the time, fuck. What does it
mean? It means to make love. Right? We're going to make love, yeh, we're going
to fuck, yeh, we're going to fuck, yeh, we're going to make love. (laughter)
we're really going to fuck, yeh, we're going to make love. Right? And it also
means the beginning of life, it's the act that begins life, so there's the word
hanging around with words like love, and life, and yet on the other hand, it's
also a word that we really use to hurt each other with, man. It's a heavy. It's
one that you save toward the end of the argument. (laughter) Right? (laugh-
ter) You finally can't make out. Oh, fuck you man. I said, fuck you.
(laughter, murmur) Stupid fuck. (laughter) Fuck you and everybody
that looks like you. (laughter) man. It would be nice to change the movies
that we already have and substitute the word fuck for the word kill, wherever
we could, and some of those movie cliches would change a little bit. Madfuckers
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