At some point in 1972, comedian George Carlin uttered the phrase which has stood around for almost forty years: "There are seven words you can never say on television. The words are: s**t, p**s, f**k, c**t, co**ksu**er, motherf***er, and t*ts."
At some point around 1978, I bought the George Carlin record at the base BX, and I sat and heard the entire dialog. I came to agree with George. These were phrases which would never be uttered.
Well....up until this week with "s**t-hole supposedly uttered by Trump (maybe he said, maybe he didn't). But then you had to sit and listen to CNN. In a one-hour period, the term sh**hole was uttered at least fifteen times.
Carlin, if he were alive today....would rolling around and laughing his ass off at the news media and the ability to quickly adapt to profane terms as being legit. Trump? I think he's got some masterplan existing now on how to insert c**t, f**k and t*ts into the next mid-week meeting and see how quickly the news media would bend any moral standing to utter the phrases.
It'll be some topic related to c**t-countries, or f**king poor behavior by some Asian dictator.
The world is forever changed now.