Perhaps this doesn't come as much of a surprise, but not everyone is super psyched about that proposal for a George Carlin honorary street in Harlem—"everyone" in this case being a priest.

"His vulgarity is very strong, and that is not a good role model for children," said Rev. Raymond Rafferty, the principal of Carlin's alma mater, Corpus Christi School on West 121st Street between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue at a Community Board meeting last night. If approved, the honorary street sign would go up directly in front of the school, though we somehow doubt it would actually be called Shit-Piss-Fuck-Cunt-Cocksucker-MotherFucker-Tits Ave.

Over 5,000 people have signed the petition calling for the name change, with comments like "Plaster his name on a street sign, he'd have fucking loved it."