Mr. Johnson’s heroes
Posted: June 17, 2015 Filed under: Animal Farm Lunacy, Charles "Icarus" Johnson, Little Green Footballs | Tags: Charles "Icarus" Johnson, Charles Foster Johnson, Charles Johnson, Hipsters, Little Green Footballs, The Sage of Culver City
As a member of the Hipster movement, Mr. Toot has a set of heroes that in any other time period wold have merited ridicule. Instead Charles is proud to admire evil people and outright losers!
FILE – This Nov. 30, 2011 file photo shows television host Jon Stewart during a taping of “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” in New York. The 18th edition of “Bartlett’s Familiar Quotations,” has just been released, the first for the electronic age and a chance to take in some of the new faces, events and catchphrases of the past 10 years. General editor Geoffrey O’Brien says he has expanded upon the trend set by his predecessor, Justin Kaplan, of incorporating popular culture into an anthology once known for classical citations. Shakespeare and the Bible still reign, but room also has been made for Steve Jobs, Madonna and Michael Moore, Justin Timberlake and Jon Stewart. (AP Photo/Brad Barket, file)
©Lou Jones/ZUMA Press/MAXPPP – Jun 01, 1995; Somers, CT, USA; Inmates waiting for execution on Death Row. Prisoner MUMIA ABU-JAMAL formerly Wesley Cook, conviced of shooting a Police Officer in a controversial trial. December 18, 2001 Federal judge threw out the death sentence, citing problems with the jury charge and verdict form. The judge upholds the conviction. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Lou Jones/ZUMA Press. (©) Copyright 1994 by Lou Jones
Nice heroes you have there Mr. Toot!
(Original version of this post appears on Blogmocracy.)