That being said, I'm greatly enjoying Buffalo Beast's 50 Most Loathsome People in America, 2005. The inclusion of Robert Novak and Johnny Damon are no brainers, but there are a few that I didn't automatically think of, but sit perfectly on the list. Example:
48. Larry the Cable Guy
Charges: The absolute nadir of the American South's baffling cultural hegemony. A middle-class Nebraskan, raised in Palm Beach, whose parents sent him to private school, masquerading as an Appalachian mutant and making millions off the nine-toed cyclopes in his audience by calling his material "blue collar," when it's really just a celebration of proud ignorance. The latest in a long line of "entertainers" propagating the lie that real talent is elitist. The South has risen again—just long enough to grab the rest of the nation by the legs and pull it back down to its Lovecraftian depths. Isn't even "bad funny." Makes Jeff Foxworthy look like Chris Rock.
Exhibit A: Ostensibly humorous catchphrase translates into "complete the task."
Sentence: Sent back in time for the sole purpose of having Mark Twain's cigars extinguished on his face.
Thanks =A= for the heads up.
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