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Latest Jeff Foxworthy Items
Royals manager Ned Yost laughs when he says that he could be the punch line of a joke told by one of his best buddies, comedian Jeff Foxworthy.
Looking to build on the success of “The American Bible Challenge,” the Game Show Network is developing “It Takes a Church,” on which church parishioners compete to find a love interest for a single member of the congregation.
Tony Stewart and Matt Kenseth have smoothed things over after their helmet-throwing dustup.
Jeff Foxworthy has often used turned to NASCAR for comic fodder.
No presidential candidate worth his chauffeured SUV has reached his personal zenith without celebrities to vouch for them. They are the glam and glitter of political campaigns, sure to turn even jaded political operatives into fawning celeb watchers.
No presidential candidate worth his chauffeured SUV has reached his personal zenith without this: celebrities to vouch for them. They are the glam and glitter of political campaigns, sure to turn even jaded political operatives into fawning celeb watchers.
In their own minds, liberals are open-minded and promote diversity - unless they're talking about a white, southern, conservative believer. In that case, it's open season for intolerance.
Part grisly, low-budget horror spoof, part loopy, role-reversing comedy, "Tucker and Dale" offers a genre-film thought experiment: You know all those beady-eyed, chain-saw-wielding hillbillies who seem to be constantly menacing bands of teenagers in woodsy horror movies? What if they weren't really backwoods sadists, but goofy, misunderstood hillbillies just as horrified by gruesome violence as the teens rapidly dying all around them?
I ought to know. I was Mr. Obama's college classmate at Columbia University Class of '83. Our college was dominated by socialists and Marxists who hated capitalism and America. Let's look at the facts up close and personal - Jeff Foxworthy style. Mr. Foxworthy leaves no doubt as to "who might be a redneck." Let me leave no doubt that "Obama might be a socialist."