oh but for the record.  neither george carlin nor i said that white people can not play the blues.  what we did say is that the musicians at the house of blues at the harard sq location in boston are lame.  i could sympathize with any one pointing out the political incorectness of us not just simply calling them "lame motherfuckers" rather than "lame white motherfuckers".  i will concede that just because they tend to be pretty lame there and almost always white it  may not have been politically correct to have pointed out the fact that just about all the musicians are white there .....hm in boston .... a city that is twenty five percent african american...or 150,000 total.  still  to shout out "lame white motherfuckers"  probally isnt right is it?  but whether you want to believe it or not.... whether you wanted it pointed out by a comedian in a way that it can be laughed at or by someone with social grace who takes the time to say it in a way that no one will be too offended, there is something wrong with that overall picture there.   unfortunately the truth is sometimes very offensive.  or very funny if deliverd by the right comedian with the right timeing.  but politically  correct or not facts are facts.  the players there are lame musicians .... they are white...they motherfuckers,
or at the very least appear to be the by product of an insestual heritage.  so quite factually they are.
lame white motherfuckers.  
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