The crass simpleton headline about the death of genius comedian George Carlin on the corporate porn-pushing gossip site TMZ.com is not the same headline that the mental deficient pinheads had posted originally. That one demonstrated that they'd been admonished by their corporate overlords and AOL and Time Warner for making fun of the passings of accomplished Hollywood stars, as well as their utter lack of pop culture knowledge or any sense of the true celebrity chain of command:
George Carlin headlining in Heaven.
Anyone who's ever cracked a People magazine would know that Carlin was one of the world's leading misanthropic atheists, so "Heaven" would not be the likely place for him to be appearing with a celestial microphone.
In any case, the regular weekday web team, their banana hammocks tucked away til next weekend, obviously saw many news reports highlighting his routine on the "The Seven Words You Can't Say On Television" (on the screens at the gym), realized it was safe to slip into the vulgarity mode that Harvey Levin's sewage site is well known for ("Prince William Pitches A Tent" or "Former Celtic Has No Pot of Gold to Pee In," anyone?).
But though they changed the headline, they did not change the URL of the story, which still reads