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When I was in high school, I worked in an Orange Julius, across the street from NBC studios in Burbank, CA. We were quite busy, as the people waiting in line for a show would come over and get food and drink. Occasionally, we would see "famous" people, especially folks that were going to be guests on the Johnny Carson Show. So, one day, probably in 1970 or 1971, George Carlin walks up to the window. He's just a normal guy wanting an Orange Julius. We struck up a conversation for a while, he just asked me what I did... I said I enjoyed his stuff. He gave me a $20 tip on an order of a dollar or so. I was grateful for the meeting and the tip. RIP 1937-2008.