Time magazine and Rolling Stone magazine salute groundbreaking funny-man George Carlin, who died yesterday at age 71, with two tributes. In the 1970s Carlin famously included the "seven words you can never say on television," as part of his comedic act, which caused a commotion and triggered a lawsuit that made it all the way to the Supreme Court. The result of the lawsuit was "family hour" on television. Of the seven words Carlin said, "There are no bad words. Bad thoughts. Bad intentions. And woooords."