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Joe Bob Briggs
January 27, 1953 -
Nationality: American
Category: Critic
Subcategory: American Critic

Apparently we love our own cell phones but we hate everyone else's.


The Italians always made good wine, but you had the impression they were friendly guys in straw hats running family vineyards with slaves or something so that the vino was never more than ten bucks a bottle.


In some European theaters, it's still not uncommon to have a late start and three LONG intermissions, because people actually eat and drink and converse during the intermissions.


The best ally you can have in breaking up a street fight is a grandmother.


A universal draft is most often the instrument of Third World dictators.


Faith is like a kernel of wheat.


As I've said many times, the single most oppressed class in America right now is the teenager.


If you hate what you're seeing, you call it sex and violence. If you like it, you call it "romance and adventure."


Almost every venerable tradition at a men's club starts out as a joke.


Everything changed in Bosnia, when General Wesley Clark proved that you could fight a war with high- level precision air strikes and a bare minimum of ground action.


It's not a crime to get drunk.


There is no post-9/11. Everything from now until the end of time is post-9/11.


I AM a male chauvinist. Who's been saying otherwise?


In other words, New York has gone all suburban and bourgeois on us.


Discourse is fleeting, but junk mail is forever.


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