ARP: VERY LOW
Actually, the white slavery ring run out of Kellogg' in the Mid 70s-Late 80s is one of the best kept secrets of the breakfast cereal industry. Many don't know that the original Snap and Crackle were killed by King Vitamin during a vicious turf battle in 1987. Pop' teardrop tattoos tell the tale to this day.ARP: HIGH"It' hard out here for a"¦ Hilton?" Spokane Spokesman-Review 3.31.06
Paris Hilton? Too easy. Next.ARP: MODERATE
The reviewer of Irish author M.J. Hyland' novel about an obsessive-compulsive12-year-old with an alcoholic father must have seen the obvious parallel in Three 6 Mafia' lyrics:
"That's the way the game goes, gotta keep it strictly pimpin
Gotta have my hustle tight, makin change off these women, yeah"
See? Very similar themes.ARP: MODERATE"It' hard out here for a pet," Gothamist, 3.29.2006
Boy, oh boy- there' no smoother marriage of pop culture and news than a song about pimps mixed in with tales of pet abuse and/or sickness! Holla!ARP: DISTURBINGY LOW
At least our democratic system is a hooker with a heart of gold. No matter how many times you slap her, she'll come back. Hopefully.ARP: VERY HIGH
Obviously, the reviewer has never seen the much-maligned 1973 classic "Shalom, Sucka!" starring Rudy Ray Moore as the prophet Elijah. An electrifying performance, said to have been one of Simon Weisenthal' favorite films.