Uncle Luke Fucks With Miami New Times, Ya Heard?

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There are seven dirty words that got George Carlin arrested for disturbing the peace while doing a stand up comedy routine in 1972. In the '90s, Luther Campbell, or Uncle Luke to you, white boy. who put them into action and made a world famous career out of them.

Obscenity? Fuck no. More like the American way. Free speech is fuckin' awesome. We think so, Luke thinks so, hopefully you think so too.

Check out Luther Campbell's brand spanking new column for the Miami New Times, "Luke's Gospel," in print and on the web.

Here's some audio we recorded about the new synergy, after the jump.

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And don't forget to follow Luke on "the realest twitter" on the internet. @unclelukereal1

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