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I'm just a high school graduate at the age of 32 who decided not to go off to college because I think it's a waste of money; only a few on the entire planet would be worth considering. My Troper name comes from enjoying the funny antics of Al Bundy from Married...With Children.

I helped give The Simpsons Funny Page a much needed MAJOR overhaul. All of the funny moments were unorganized, and I wanted them to be organized so other people can look and see which episode the funny moments were from. Of course, there are now subpages for this subject but I had nothing to do with that.

I'm also a fan of the Green Bay Packers, winners of Super Bowl XLV. They have a league-leading 13 NFL titles. Don't try to tell me the stupid Dallas Cowboys are America's Team in the NFL. In my mind, the Packers deserve that nickname because of their unique ownership status of company shareholders living in ALL 50 U.S. States, Washington D.C., and even Canada. Also, it make no sense to me that the Dallas Cowboys are in the NFC East division when they CLEARLY BELONG in the NFC South. It's a terrible shame that every season the New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles, and Washington Commanders have to travel halfway across the U.S. to play a "divisional" matchup.

Listed here are the Gregorian calendar dates of the absolute worst looking Green Bay Packers games played (along with the opposing team name) since 1959.

  • 1. October 20, 2016 [VS. Chicago Bears]
  • 2. September 28, 2017 [VS. Chicago Bears]
  • 3. November 15, 2018 [@ Seattle Seahawks]
  • 4. October 14, 2019 [VS. Detroit Lions]
  • 5. October 24, 2021 [VS. Washington Football Team]
  • 6. October 16, 2022 [VS. New York Jets]
  • 7. November 17, 2022 [VS. Tennessee Titans]
  • 8. November 19, 2023 [VS. Los Angeles Chargers]

I do not have a 2nd favorite NFL team.


Recent Examples: 2021 Baltimore Ravens and Jacksonville Jaguars - 12 different uniform combinations.


If the Cleveland Browns would just ditch both the brown and white uniform pants and wears only the orange ones on a full-time basis (because it matches the color of the helmet), they could easily be my 2nd favorite team. Also, a 2nd favorite would and should reside in the opposite conference.

Here is what my ideal geographical realignment for the NFL would look like if I were to change it at my own will, but sadly that's not the case. I'd easily force the Cowboys and Panthers to switch divisions in the NFC, while in the AFC I would move the Ravens and Steelers to the East (both being opposite from the Commanders and Eagles respectively), the Dolphins to the South, and both the Bills and Colts to the North. An agreement since 1999 keeps the Bengals, Browns, and Steelers in the same division permanently. THAT was a mistake; no sports franchises should be allowed to have this kind of unfair special treatment. Nevertheless, if that immoral agreement is nonexistent, this is the ideal NFL division lineup:


  • East: Commanders, Eagles, Giants, & Panthers
  • North: Bears, Lions, Packers, & Vikings
  • South: Buccaneers, Cowboys, Falcons, & Saints
  • West: 49ers, Cardinals, Rams, & Seahawks


  • East: Jets, Patriots, Ravens, & Steelers
  • North: Bengals, Bills, Browns, & Colts
  • South: Dolphins, Jaguars, Texans, & Titans
  • West: Broncos, Chargers, Chiefs, & Raiders

With the alignment listed above, Dallas might get to face 1 of the 3 other NFC East franchises (not counting the Panthers, since they're not in the East right now) each season based on the previous year's standings, and a guaranteed match-up with all 4 of them every 3 years under the current scheduling formula. The divisions in all sports organizations should be based on geographical locations. Why can't it be that way? To sum up this topic, I'll quote what the Headscratchers pages used to be called on this TV Tropes website: it "Just Bugs Me".

My opinion for what all 32 NFL franchise’s best looking white-jersey uniform has ever been is listed here; teams are in alphabetical order by city/region/state name. All information on what the uniforms looked like courtesy of Gridiron Uniforms.

  • Arizona Cardinals – Solid white helmet, gray facemask, white collar, striped cardinal red pants, & striped white socks. (1990 – 2002)
  • Atlanta Falcons – Striped red helmet, black facemask, striped collar, striped silver pants, & solid red socks. (1984 – 1989)
  • Baltimore Ravens – Tapering striped black helmet, black facemask, black collar, “RAVENS” wordmark below collar and above number(s), striped black pants, & striped white socks. (1996 – 1997)
  • Buffalo Bills – Striped scarlet red helmet, royal blue facemask, striped collar, striped royal blue pants, & solid scarlet red socks. (1984 – 1986)note 
  • Carolina Panthers – Tapering striped silver helmet, black facemask, black collar, silver pants with panther blue isosceles triangle and black outline (facing downward), & solid panther blue socks. (1998)
  • Chicago Bears – Solid navy helmet, navy facemask, white collar, striped navy pants, & striped white socks. (1984 – 2000; 2003 – present)note 
  • Cincinnati Bengals – Black tiger-striped orange helmet, black facemask, black collar, “B” logo below collar and above number(s), tiger-striped black pants, & solid orange socks. (2004 – 2005)
  • Cleveland Browns – Striped orange helmet, brown facemask, white collar, striped orange pants, & striped white socks. (2020 - present)
  • Dallas Cowboys – Striped silver helmet, gray facemask, white collar, striped silver pants, & striped royal blue socks. (1965 – 1973)note 
  • Denver Broncos – Striped royal blue helmet, white facemask, white collar, striped orange pants, & solid royal blue socks. (1978 – 1979)
  • Detroit Lions – Striped silver helmet, black facemask, striped collar, “LIONS” wordmark below collar and above number(s), striped silver pants, & solid Honolulu blue socks. (2009 – 2011)note 
  • Green Bay Packers – Striped gold (yellow) helmet, dark green facemask, striped collar, striped gold (yellow) pants, & solid dark green socks. (1984 – present)note 
  • Houston Texans – Deep steel blue helmet and facemask, deep steel blue collar, striped deep steel blue pants, & solid battle red socks. (2002 – 2008)
  • Indianapolis Colts – Single stripe white helmet, royal blue facemask, white collar, striped royal blue pants, & striped white socks. (1995)note 
  • Jacksonville Jaguars – Solid black helmet and facemask, black collar, striped black pants, & solid black socks. (2002 – 2003)
  • Kansas City Chiefs – Solid red helmet, white facemask, white collar, striped red pants, & striped white socks. (1974 – 1988; 2000 – present)note 
  • Las Vegas Raiders – Single stripe silver helmet, gray facemask, white collar, silver pants with a single black stripe, & solid black socks. (1963 – present)note 
  • Los Angeles Chargers – Solid navy blue helmet, gold (yellow) facemask, white collar, solid gold (yellow) pants with lightning bolt side panel, & striped white socks. (1979 – 1984)note 
  • Los Angeles Rams – 2 different versions: 1 from the Los Angeles years and 1 from the St. Louis years.
    • A. – Solid royal blue helmet with gold (yellow) ram horns, royal blue facemask, royal blue collar, striped gold (yellow) pants, & striped royal blue socks. (1981 – 1994)note 
    • B. – Solid millennium blue helmet with new century gold ram horns, millennium blue facemask, millennium blue collar, “Rams” wordmark below collar and above number(s), solid new century gold pants, & solid millennium blue socks. (2000 – 2008; 2010 – 2011)note 
  • Miami Dolphins – Striped white helmet, aqua facemask, aqua collar, “Dolphins” wordmark below collar and above number(s), striped aqua pants, & striped white socks. (1997 – 2004; 2008 – 2011)note 
  • Minnesota Vikings – Solid purple helmet and facemask, (mostly) purple collar, “Vikings” wordmark below collar and above number(s), purple pants with white side panel outlined in yellow, & solid purple socks. (2006 – 2007; 2010)note 
  • New England Patriots – 2 different versions.
    • A. – Striped white helmet, red facemask, white collar, striped red pants, & striped white socks. (1991 – 1992)
    • B. – Solid new century silver helmet, red facemask, striped collar, “Patriots” wordmark below collar and above number(s), striped nautical blue pants, & striped white socks. (2000 – 2019)
  • New Orleans Saints – Striped old gold helmet, black facemask, black collar, old gold pants with black side panel, & single stripe black socks. (1986 – 1995)
  • New York Giants – Striped blue helmet, white facemask, white collar, blue pants with white side panel outlined in red, & striped red socks. (1976)
  • New York Jets – Solid Kelly green helmet, black facemask, striped collar, Kelly green pants with white side panel outlined in black, & striped white socks. (1990 – 1996)
  • Philadelphia Eagles – Solid midnight green helmet, black facemask, black collar, “EAGLES” wordmark below collar and above number(s), midnight green pants with a single black stripe, & solid black socks. (1999 – 2002)note 
  • Pittsburgh Steelers – Single stripe black helmet and facemask, white collar, yellow pants with black side panel, and solid black socks. (1977 – 1996)note 
  • San Francisco 49ers – Striped metallic gold helmet, cardinal red facemask, white collar, striped metallic gold pants, & solid cardinal red socks. (1998 – 2008)note 
  • Seattle Seahawks – 2 different versions.
    • A. – Solid silver helmet, blue facemask, striped collar, striped silver pants, & solid blue socks. (1983 – 2001)
    • B. – Solid Seahawks blue helmet, dark navy facemask, striped collar, “SEAHAWKS” wordmark below collar and above number(s), striped Seahawks blue pants, & solid dark navy socks. (2002 – 2003; 2009)
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 2 different versions.
    • A. – Striped white helmet, Florida orange facemask, Florida orange collar, striped Florida orange pants, & solid Florida orange socks. (1992 – 1996)
    • B. – Solid pewter helmet, black facemask, black collar, “BUCCANEERS” wordmark below collar and above number(s), striped pewter pants, & solid black socks. (1997 – 2011)note 
  • Tennessee Titans – 2 different versions: 1 as the Houston Oilers and 1 as the Tennessee Titans.
    • A. – Striped white helmet, scarlet red facemask, white collar, striped Columbia blue pants, & striped white socks. (1981 – 1985; 1987 – 1994)note 
    • B. – Tapering striped white helmet, navy facemask, Titans blue collar, “TITANS” wordmark below collar and above number(s), striped Titans blue pants, & solid navy socks. (2006 – 2011)note 
  • Washington Commanders – Striped burgundy helmet, gold (yellow) facemask, burgundy collar, ethnic slur wordmark below collar and above number(s)note , striped burgundy pants, & striped white socks. (1979 – 2011)note 

Some of you reading this would be surprised to know that everyday in my life, I still miss the sight of the original World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan of New York City, New York. I never was able to see the place in person, but I was fully aware of its existence and had dreams of seeing that modern marvel of architecture, thinking all 7 buildings would stand the test of time and be intact until the Apocalypse. It was very excellent to see "The Sphere" sculpture which used to sit in the old Austin J. Tobin Plaza and survived the horrible destruction be moved to Liberty Park close to the rebuilt 16-acre site in 2017. Of course, I'm a little displeased with the slow progress being done to revitalize the area. Currently, WTC buildings 1, 3, 4, and 7 are rebuilt, as well as the Transportation Hub. They still need to construct buildings 2, 5, and the "Performing Arts Center" (which I hope will be called 6) before I even want to go visit New York City again.

I need to work at a job for a living so I can't always be on this website everyday. Also, most of the edits I make are usually just on pages I've visited so there isn't consistency between any of them.

I am also painfully aware that my screen-name should be changed, but I just haven't figured out what name could replace the one I have right now.

Tropes that describe and/or apply to me include:

  • Apologises a Lot: Yes I do, especially to my parents.
  • Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny!: Usually happens at least once a day.
  • Berserk Button: At least 5.
    • Just the fact that the Dallas Cowboys can't "man-up" and wear the normal navy blue jerseys with silver pants at home all the time. Those uniforms are jinxed, I say NOT!
    • Hearing people misuse the word "like" in everyday conversations, especially by girls. In the U.S.A., it has gotten to the point where it can be considered a version of the Most Annoying Sound somebody could ever hear.
    • People in this world I don't like being rewarded for doing things I think are stupid and illogical. There's a lot of that.
    • Vehicle parking lots and street parking spaces (on streets wide enough) without painted lines in a grid acting as a guide. It is ridiculous and should be illegal.
    • Since January 20, 2021, the number 46 is Ruined FOREVER; it now has the same reputation as the Black Death/bubonic plague which occurred in Northern Africa, Europe, and Western Asia from 1346 [D'oh] to 1353. I purposely choose to avoid it whenever I can, such as the total price of a sales purchase (for whatever) and the volume level on the TV. By contrast, I have far less animosity towards the number 39. If events in life get any worse than they are now, you can bet 47 will be added someday.
  • Born Lucky: I say this is true for one thing only: being born and living in the United States of America and getting to experience what life was like in the 1990s before some things such as U.S.A. mainstream music and content in TV shows took a turn for the worse.
  • Born Unlucky: Yes, I believe this to be true because I do some tough physically demanding work 6 days a weeknote  for a business which is the only one of its kind in the entire county. COUNTY, not country.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: I think about many things all the time.
  • Fanboy: For the Green Bay Packers, the "REAL" America's Team. It's disappointing when they can't be NFL Champions at the end of a season. I'd like to think there's an alternate universe out there where the team is excellent enough to win the Super Bowl every year and does just that.
  • Heroic BSoD: There have been numerous unfortunate events tied to certain dates on the Gregorian calendar; 4 of them during my life have affected me more than any others. They don't need to be explained, but justifiably are tragic days that are hard to forget about what happened.
    1. February 26, 1993
    2. September 11, 2001
    3. January 18, 2015
    4. January 20, 2021
  • Misunderstood Loner with a Heart of Gold: Nobody seems to really "get" me.
  • Must Have Caffeine: I think it's better than alcohol anyway.
  • Nostalgia Filter: This will apply to me for the rest of my life in regards to the 1990s because I grew up in that decade. A lot of things were just better back then, including some songs in mainstream music, live-action TV, and western animation.
  • Not a Morning Person: I loathe getting up early in the morning and going to work, especially since I don't get a lot of time away from there.
  • Perma-Shave: Zig-zagged. Since graduating high-school near the end of the teenager years, I usually develop a short beard each week, then shave it prior to attending Church on the weekend. It's how I mainly look on Saturdays and Sundays.
  • Perma-Stubble: Zig-zagged. I don't need to shave every day. It's how I mainly look Monday through Friday.
  • Real Men Have Short Hair: I choose to have shorter hair, primarily during Autumn and Winter. The hair on my head gets shaved down real short to Butch style before the start of a new Green Bay Packers regular season and it happens again whenever the team's season is over. It can stay slightly longer for Spring and Summer to protect the scalp from sunburn. Also, shorter hair takes less time to clean with shampoo and conditioner; a big advantage in my favor.
  • Saying Sound Effects Out Loud: I love to do this a lot. It's addictive to me.
  • The Teetotaler: I flat out refuse to drink alcohol of any kind on a regular basis because research studies have shown that the effects of alcohol leads to unintelligent decisions, possible cirrhosis of the human liver, and even hepatitis. The fact that I've seen people act like complete idiots on the Bar Rescue TV show only proves my point even more.
  • You Have Outlived Your Usefulness - In a different version of this trope, it applies to the gloves I wear at work because eventually they wear out and/or get torn apart and therefore need to be replaced.

Things in the media and/or pop culture that I will "ALWAYS" like. Most, if not all, are HIGHLY recommended: (Note: Absolute favorites of mine are in BOLD)

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    Chefs - (TV) 
  • Alton Brown - "Stuffing is evil."note 
  • Bobby Flay - "It's important to have balance in your life between work and play."
  • Gordon Ramsay - "If you want to become a great chef, you have to work with great chefs. And that's exactly what I did."
  • Geoffrey Zakarian


In the following 2 sections, anything I like which has been added to the U.S. Library of Congress National Film Registry will be listed in GOLD color with a reduced-sized (LINK) next to it.

    Film - Animated 

    Film - Live-Action 

    Live Action TV 

Any shows on this list (with multiple different versions broadcast in different countries) are meant to be U.S.A. version except where noted.

After 09/11/2001, U.S.A. mainstream music in general has taken a GIANT nosedive into a hole it will probably NEVER dig out of (metaphorically). Yes, I have specifically listed the names of individual songs for each music artist or group. Lyrics alone (which most of them listed here have) are not the primary reason for me liking them.note 

  • 10cc - "The Things We Do for Love"
  • ABCnote  - "Be Near Me"; "What's Your Destination?"note 
  • Ace - "How Long"
  • Adam Ant - "Goody Two-Shoes"
  • After the Fire (ATF) - "Der Kommissar"
  • A Flock of Seagulls - "I Ran (So Far Away)"
  • The Alan Parsons Project (APP) - "Sirius/Eye in the Sky"
  • Al Stewart - "Time Passages"; "Year of the Cat"
  • America - "A Horse With No Name"; "Sister Golden Hair"; "Tin Man"; "Ventura Highway"; "You Can Do Magic"
  • An Endless Sporadic - "Sun of Pearl"
  • Andy Williams - (R.I.P) - "It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year"
  • Asianote  - "Don't Cry"; "Only Time Will Tell"
  • The Association - "Cherish"
  • Atlanta Rhythm Section - "Imaginary Lover"; "So Into You"
  • Bachman-Turner Overdrive (BTO) - "Let It Ride"; "Roll on Down the Highway"; "Takin' Care of Business"
  • The Beatles - John Lennon, Sir Paul McCartney , George Harrison, & [[Ringo Starr Sir Ringo Starr - All of their songs, particularly the following list (to be added later):
  • The Bee Gees - "Jive Talkin'"; "Stayin' Alive"
  • Bill Withers - (R.I.P) - "Ain't No Sunshine"; "Lean on Me"
  • Billy Joel - "We Didn't Start the Fire"
  • Billy Preston - (R.I.P) - "Nothing from Nothing"; "Outa-Space"; "Will It Go Round in Circles"
  • Blind Melon - "No Rain"
  • The Blues Brothers Band - "Everybody Needs Somebody to Love"; "I Can't Turn You Loose"; "(I Got Everything I Need) Almost"; "Jailhouse Rock"; "Messin' with the Kid"; "Peter Gunn Theme"; "Rubber Biscuit"; "Soul Man"; "Sweet Home Chicago"; "Theme from Rawhide"
  • Blue Öyster Cult (BÖC) - "(Don't Fear) the Reaper"
  • Blue Swede - "Hooked On a Feeling"
  • Bobby Bare - "Find Out What's Happening"
  • Bobby Brown - "Every Little Step"; "My Prerogative"; "On Our Own"
  • Bobby Helms - (R.I.P) - "Jingle Bell Rock"
  • Booker T. & the M.G.'s - "Green Onions"
  • Bowling for Soup - "1985"
  • Boz Scaggs - "Lowdown"
  • Brewer & Shipley - "One Toke Over the Line"note 
  • Bruce Hornsby and the Range - "The Valley Road"; "The Way It Is"
  • Buffalo Springfield - "For What It's Worth"
  • The Byrds - "Turn! Turn! Turn!"
  • Cab Calloway - (R.I.P) - "Minnie the Moocher"
  • Caesars - "Jerk It Out"
  • The Capitols - "Cool Jerk"
  • Cat Stevens - "Peace Train"; "Wild World"
  • The Champs - "Tequila"
  • Cheap Trick - "Surrender"
  • Cherry Poppin' Daddies - "Zoot Suit Riot"
  • Chris Joss - "Tune Down"
  • Christopher Cross - "Arthur's Theme (Best That You Can Do)"; "Never Be the Same"; "Ride Like the Wind"; "Sailing"
  • Chuck Berry - "Johnny B. Goode"; "No Particular Place to Go"; "Run, Rudolph, Run"; "School Days"
  • Chumbawamba - "Tubthumping (I Get Knocked Down)"note 
  • The Clash - "Rock the Casbah"; "Should I Stay or Should I Go"; "Train in Vain (Stand by Me)"
  • The Coasters - "Yakety Yak"
  • Collective Soul - "December"; "Shine"; "The World I Know"
  • Creedence Clearwater Revival (CCR) - "Bad Moon Rising"; "Down on the Corner"; "Green River"; "Have You Ever Seen the Rain?"; "Lookin' Out My Back Door"; "Proud Mary"; "Up Around the Bend"
  • Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes"
  • "Dancing In the Moonlight" - King Harvest & Toploader (I enjoy each band's version; both of them are wonderful)
  • Danny Elfman - Pee Wee Herman's Breakfast Machine"; "The Simpsons Theme Song"
  • Daryl Hall & John Oates - "Adult Education"; "Out of Touch"
  • Dave Matthews Band - "Ants Marching"note ; "Crash into Me"; "Crush"; "Satellite"; "Stay (Wasting Time)"; "So Much to Say"; "Too Much"; "What Would You Say"
  • Dazz Band - "Let It Whip"note 
  • Deep Blue Something - "Breakfast At Tiffany's"
  • Derek and the Dominoes - "Layla"
  • Devo - "That's Good"; "Whip It"
  • Donald Fagen - "I.G.Y. (What a Beautiful World)"
  • Don McLean - "Vincent (Starry Starry Night)"
  • The Doobie Brothers
    • Tom Johnston (lead vocals) - "Another Park, Another Sunday"; "China Grove"; "Listen to the Music"; "Long Train Runnin'"; "Rockin' Down the Highway"
    • Michael McDonald (lead vocals) - "It Keeps You Runnin'"; "Minute by Minute"; "Real Love"; "Takin' It to the Streets"; "What a Fool Believes"
    • Tiran Porter (lead vocals) - "For Someone Special"
    • Patrick Simmons (lead vocals) - "Black Water"; "Jesus Is Just Alright"
  • The Doors - "Break On Through (To the Other Side)"
  • The Dream Academy - "Life in a Northern Town"
  • Duncan Sheik - "Barley Breathing"
  • Earth, Wind & Fire - "September"; "Shining Star"
  • Edwin Starr - (R.I.P) - "War"
  • Electric Light Orchestra (ELO) - "Can't Get It Out of My Head"; "Don't Bring Me Down"; "Livin' Thing"; "Strange Magic"; "Turn to Stone"
  • Sir Elton John - "Crocodile Rock"; "Daniel"; "Honky Cat"; "I'm Still Standing"; "I Guess That's Why They Call It the Blues"; "Levon"; "Rocketman"; "Tiny Dancer"; "Your Song"
  • The Fabulous Thunderbirds - "Tuff Enough"
  • Fastball - "Out of My Head"; "The Way"; "You're an Ocean"
  • Fine Young Cannibals - "She Drives Me Crazy"
  • Frank Sinatra - (R.I.P) - "Love & Marriage"note ; "That's Life"
  • Gary Lewis & the Playboys - "Everybody Loves a Clown"
  • Gary Wright - "Dream Weaver"
  • George Harrison - (R.I.P) - "Got My Mind Set on You"; "My Sweet Lord"; "What Is Life"
  • George Thorogood and the [Delaware] Destroyers - "Bad to the Bone"; "One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer"
  • Genesis - "Follow You Follow Me"; "Hold on My Heart"; "I Can't Dance"; "In Too Deep"; "Land of Confusion"; "Man on the Corner"; "Misunderstanding"; "No Reply at All"; "Taking It All Too Hard"; "That's All"; "Throwing It All Away; "Tonight, Tonight, Tonight"
  • Gerry Rafferty - (R.I.P) - "Baker Street"; "Get It Right Next Time"; "Right Down the Line"
  • Gin Blossoms - "Follow You Down"; "Found Out About You"; "Hey Jealousy"
  • The Goo Goo Dolls - "Iris"; "Name"
  • Gordon Lightfoot - (R.I.P) - "Carefree Highway"; "If You Could Read My Mind"; "Sundown"; "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald"
  • Green Day - "Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)"; "When I Come Around"
  • The Guess Who - "No Sugar Tonight/New Mother Nature"
  • Haddaway - "What Is Love"
  • Harry Chapin - (R.I.P) - "Cat's in the Cradle"
  • Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass - "A Taste of Honey"; "Spanish Flea"
  • Herman's Hermits - "I'm Henery the VIII, I Am"
  • The Highway Men - "Highwayman"
  • Hootie & the Blowfish - "Hold My Hand"; "Let Her Cry"; "Only Wanna Be with You"; "Time"
  • Huey Lewis and the News - "Hip to Be Square"; "I Want a New Drug"; "It's Alright"
  • The Human League - "Don't You Want Me"; "(Keep Feeling) Fascination"; "Human"
  • James Brown - (R.I.P) - "I Got You (I Feel Good)"; "Living in America"; "The Old Landmark"; "Papa's Got a Brand New Bag"
  • James Taylor - "Carolina in My Mind"; "Copperline"; "Country Road"; "Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight"; "Fire & Rain"; "How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved by You)";"Something in the Way She Moves"; "Shower the People"; "You've Got a Friend"
  • Jerry Reed - (R.I.P) - "East Bound and Down"; "West Bound and Down"
  • The J. Geils Band - "Centerfold"; "Freeze Frame"
  • Jim Croce - (R.I.P) - "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown"; "I Got a Name"; "I'll Have to Say I Love You in a Song"; "It Doesn't Have to Be That Way"; "Operator (That's Not the Way It Feels)"; "Time in a Bottle"; "You Don't Mess Around with Jim"
  • Johnny Cash - (R.I.P) - "A Boy Named Sue" [LIVE]; "Hurt"; "I've Been Everywhere"; "One Piece at a Time"; "Ring of Fire"
  • Johnny Mathis - "It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas"
  • John Fogerty - "Centerfield"
  • John Lennon - (R.I.P) - "Happy Xmas (War Is Over)";"Imagine"; "Instant Karma! (We All Shine On)"; "Mind Games"; "Nobody Told Me"; "Watching the Wheels"; "Whatever Gets You thru the Night"
  • John Williams - "Holiday Flight"; "NBC Sunday Night Football Theme Song" (INSTRUMENTAL); "Somewhere In My Memory"
  • Judas Priest - "You've Got Another Thing Comin'"
  • Kenny Loggins - "Danger Zone"; "Heart to Heart"; "This Is It"
  • Kid 'N Play - "Ain't Gonna Hurt Nobody"
  • Kool & the Gang - "Get Down on It"
  • Lenny Kravitz - "Are You Gonna Go My Way"; "Fly Away"; "Where Are We Runnin'?"
  • Los Lonely Boys - "(How Far is) Heaven"
  • Louis Prima - (R.I.P) - "Pennies From Heaven"
  • The Lovin' Spoonful - "Do You Believe in Magic"
  • The Mamas & the Papas - "California Dreamin'"; "Monday, Monday"
  • Marc Anthony - "I Need to Know"
  • Marc Cohn - "Walking in Memphis"
  • Marvin Gaye - (R.I.P) - "I Heard It Through the Grapevine"
  • Marvin Hamlisch - (R.I.P) - "The Entertainer"
  • Matchbox Twenty - "3 A.M."; "Back 2 Good"note ; "Push"; "Real World"
  • Matthew Wilder - "Break My Stride"
  • Maxi Priest - "Close to You"
  • MC Hammer - "U Can't Touch This"
  • Men at Work - "Down Under"; "Who Can It Be Now?"
  • Michael Jackson - (R.I.P) - "Beat It"; "Thriller"
  • Michael McDonald (solo) - "I Keep Forgettin' (Every Time You're Near)"; "On My Own"note ; "Sweet Freedom"; "Yah Mo B There"note 
  • The Mighty Mighty Bosstones - "The Impression That I Get"
  • Mike + the Mechanics - "Silent Running (On Dangerous Ground)"
  • The Moody Blues - "The Voice"
  • Murray Head - "One Night in Bangkok"
  • Naked Eyes - "Always Something There to Remind Me"
  • Nat King Cole - (R.I.P) - "The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire)"
  • New Kids on the Block (NKOTB) - "Step by Step"
  • Nirvana - "Come as You Are"
  • The Offspring - "All I Want"note ; "Come Out and Play (Keep 'Em Separated)"; "Self Esteem"; "Gone Away"; "Pretty Fly (for a White Guy)"; "Way Down the Line"; "Why Don't You Get a Job?"
  • Oingo Boingo - "Dead Man's Party"; "No One Lives Forever"; "Home Again"; "We Close Our Eyes"; "Who Do You Want to Be"note 
  • The O'Jays - "For the Love of Money"; "Love Train"
  • Otara Millionaires Club (OMC) - "How Bizarre"
  • Sir Paul McCartney and Wings - "Band on the Run"; "Coming Up" [LIVE]; "Jet"; "Let 'Em In"; "Listen to What the Man Said"; "Live and Let Die"; "Maybe I'm Amazed"note ; "My Love"; "Silly Love Songs"
  • Paul Simon (solo) - "50 Ways to Leave Your Lover"; "Kodachrome"; "Loves Me Like a Rock"; "Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard"; "Mother and Child Reunion"; "Slip Slidin' Away"; "You Can Call Me Al"
  • Pearl Jam - "Better Man"; "Jeremy"
  • Peter Frampton - "Baby, I Love Your Way"; "Show Me the Way"
  • Peter Gabriel - "In Your Eyes"; "Shock the Monkey"; "Sledgehammer"; "Solsbury Hill"
  • Phil Collins - "Another Day in Paradise"; "I Don't Care Anymore"; "I Missed Again"; "In the Air Tonight"note ; "One More Night"; "Son of Man"; "Sussudio"; "True Colors"; "Two Worlds"; "You Can't Hurry Love"; "You'll Be in My Heart"
  • Pink Floyd - "The Happiest Days of Our Lives/Another Brick in the Wall, Part 2"
  • The Police - "Don't Stand So Close to Me"; "Every Breath You Take"; "Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic"; "King of Pain"; "Message in a Bottle"; "Spirits in the Material World"; "Wrapped Around Your Finger"
  • The Presidents of the United States of America - "Cleveland Rocks"
  • The Proclaimers - "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)"; "I'm On My Way"
  • Question Mark (?) & the Mysterians - "96 Tears"
  • The Ramones - "Blitzkrieg Bop"; "Happy Birthday, Mr. Burns"; "I Wanna Be Sedated"; "Rock 'n' Roll High School"
  • Ray Charles - (R.I.P) - "Shake Your Tailfeather"; "That Spirit of Christmas"
  • Rednex - "Cotton Eye Joe"note 
  • Rick Astley - "Never Gonna Give You Up"
  • Rick James - (R.I.P) - "Super Freak"
  • Ricky Nelson - (R.I.P) - "Garden Party"
  • Sir Ringo Starr - "Back Off Boogaloo"; "It Don't Come Easy"; "No No Song"; "Photograph"
  • Rockwell - "Somebody's Watching Me"
  • Sam and Dave - "Hold On, I'm Comin'"
  • Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs - "Wooly Bully"
  • Sam Spence - (R.I.P) - "Forearm Shiver" aka "The Lineman"; "Round Up"
  • Scott Schreer - "NFL on FOX Theme Song"
  • The Searchers - "Sugar and Spice"
  • Seal - "Crazy"note ; "Fly Like an Eagle"note ; "Kiss from a Rose"
  • Seals and Crofts - "Diamond Girl"; "Summer Breeze"
  • Semisonic - "Closing Time"
  • Simon & Garfunkel - "Bridge over Troubled Water"; "Homeward Bound"; "I Am a Rock"; "Mrs. Robinson"; "The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)"; "The Boxer"; "The Sounds of Silence"
  • The Simpsons - "Do the Bartman"
  • Sister Hazel - "All for You"
  • Smash Mouth - "All Star"; "I'm a Believer"; "Then the Morning Comes"; "Walkin' on the Sun"
  • Soft Cell - "Tainted Love/Where Did Our Love Go"
  • The Spinners - "They Just Can't Stop It the (Games People Play)"; "Working My Way Back to You/Forgive Me, Girl"
  • Stealers Wheel - "Stuck in the Middle (With You)"
  • Steely Dan - "Aja"; "Babylon Sisters"; "Bad Sneakers"; "Deacon Blues"; "Dirty Work"; "Do It Again"; "FM (No Static at All)"; "Hey Nineteen"; "I Got the News"; "Josie"; "Kid Charlemagne"; "Peg"; "Reelin' In the Years"; "Rikki Don't Lose That Number"
  • Steve Miller Band - "Space Intro/Fly Like an Eagle"
  • Steve Winwood - "Back in the High Life Again"; "Higher Love"; "Holding On"; "Roll with It"; "The Finer Things"; "While You See a Chance"
  • Stevie Wonder - "Superstition"
  • Sting - "Fields of Gold"; "Fortress Around Your Heart"; "If You Love Somebody Set Them Free"
  • Styx - "Babe"; "Blue Collar Man (Long Nights)"; "Fooling Yourself (The Angry Young Man)"; "Mr. Roboto"; "Renegade"
  • Stories - "Brother Louie"
  • Supertramp - "Give A Little Bit"; "Goodbye Stranger"; "Take the Long Way Home"; "The Logical Song"
  • Survivor - "Eye of the Tiger"
  • Sweet - "Fox on the Run"; "Little Willy"; "The Ballroom Blitz"
  • Them - "Baby, Please Don't Go"
  • They Might Be Giants - "Boss of Me"
  • Thomas Dolby - "She Blinded Me With Science"
  • Three Dog Night - "An Old Fashioned Love Song"; "Black & White"; "Joy to the World"; "Mama Told Me (Not to Come)"; "Shambala"
  • The Tokens - "The Lion Sleeps Tonight"
  • Tom Cochrane - "Life Is a Highway"
  • Tom Petty - (R.I.P) - "Christmas All Over Again"; "You Don't Know How It Feels"
  • Trans-Siberian Orchestra (TSO) - "Wizards in Winter"
  • Uncanny Alliance - "Happy Day"
  • Sir Van Morrison - "Domino"; "Moondance"
  • The Vogues - "Five O'Clock World"
  • Wall of Voodoo - "Mexican Radio"
  • Wang Chung - "Dance Hall Days"
  • Warren G - "Regulate" (featuring Nate Dogg)
  • "Weird Al" Yankovic - "Amish Paradise"; "Eat It"; "Grapefruit Diet"; "I Can't Watch This"; "I Want a New Duck"; "Living with a Hernia"; "Phony Calls"; "Polka Power!"; "Smells Like Nirvana"; "White & Nerdy"
  • Wham! - "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go"
  • The Who - "Magic Bus"
  • Yes - "Owner of a Lonely Heart"

    Sports Athletes/Coaches 
  • Mason Crosby: NFL K; #2
    Green Bay Packers (2007-)
  • Donald Driver: NFL WR; #80
    Green Bay Packers (1999-2012)
  • Brett Favre: NFL QB; "The Gunslinger/IronMan"; #4
    Atlanta Falcons (1991)
    Green Bay Packers (1992-2007)
    New York Jets (2008)
    Minnesota Vikings (2009-2010)
  • Matt Flynn: NFL QB; #'s 10 & 15
    Green Bay Packers (2008-2011;2013-2014)
    Seattle Seahawks (2012)
    Oakland Raiders (2013)
    Buffalo Bills (2013)
  • Devin Hester: NFL KR; #'s 23, 17, & 14
    Chicago Bears (2006-2013)
    Atlanta Falcons (2014-2015)
  • Greg Jennings: NFL WR; #s 85 & 15
    Green Bay Packers (2007-2012)
    Minnesota Vikings (2013-2014)
    Miami Dolphins (2015)
  • Michael Jordan: NBA Shooting Guard; #s 23, 12, & 45
    Chicago Bulls (1984-1993;1995-1998)
    Washington Wizards (2001-2003)
  • Vince Lombardi: NFL HC - (R.I.P)
    Green Bay Packers (1959-1967)
  • Peyton Manning: NFL QB; #18
    Indianapolis Colts (1998-2011)
    Denver Broncos (2012-2015)
  • Clay Matthews III: NFL LB; #52
    Green Bay Packers (2009-2018)
  • Mike McCarthy: NFL HC
    Green Bay Packers (2006-2018)
  • Aaron Rodgers: NFL QB; #'s 12 & 8
    Green Bay Packers (2005-2022)
    New York Jets (2023-)
  • Bart Starr: NFL; #15
    Green Bay Packers; QB (1956-1971) | HC (1975-1983)
  • Reggie White: NFL DE; "The Minister of Defense"; #92 - (R.I.P)
    Philadelphia Eagles (1985-1992)
    Green Bay Packers (1993-1998)
    Carolina Panthers (2000)
  • Charles Woodson: NFL CB/SS; #s 24 & 21
    Oakland Raiders (1998-2005;2013-2015)
    Green Bay Packers (2006-2012)

    Video Games 

    Western Animation 
  • Archer - (The intros used from seasons 1-4 are inferior to the one used since season 5.)
  • Family Guy - (primarily seasons 1-5; it's gone downhill from there)
  • King of the Hill - (My Favorite Character: Dale Gribble. Bill Dauterive would be second.)
  • The Simpsons - (My Favorite Character: Homer J. Simpson)

Things in the media and/or pop culture that I primarily like when I was age 1-19 (and will watch again from time to time on TV or the internet) include:

    Live Action TV 

    Western Animation 

Things in the media and/or pop culture that I will "NEVER" like (No R.I.P's and Crosswicking in this section). They include:

    Live Action TV 

The cancellation or ending for any of these U.S.A. shows is a victory for me.

  • (Anything and everything to do with the dumb-@$$ Kardashian family [except Robert G. who passed away in 2003] and stupid Bruce Caitlyn Jenner.)
  • 30 Rock
  • American Idol - (I like to think of it as "American Idiot", and no I'm not referring to the song by Green Day.)
  • America's Got Talent (AGT)
  • Arrested Development
  • Big Brother
  • Betty White's Off Their Rockers
  • Cougartown
  • Dancing with the Stars
  • Family Feud - (Steve Harvey's version from 2010-present. Boy, his way of hosting is very far below the standards set by John O'Hurley.)
  • Fashion Star
  • Glee
  • Go On
  • Hot in Cleveland
  • Here Comes Honey Boo Boo
  • Jersey Shore
  • The Marriage Ref
  • The Masked Singer
  • The Middle
  • The Mindy Project
  • Modern Family
  • New Girl
  • The New Normal
  • The Office
  • Outsourced
  • Parks and Recreation
  • Perfect Couples
  • Raising Hope
  • Sit Down, Shut Up
  • Snooki & JWoww - Just as stupid and pointless as its predecessor.
  • So You Think You Can Dance
  • The Talk (Daytime TV show)
  • The View (Daytime TV show)
  • The Voice
  • Unsupervised
  • The X-Factor


Once again, basically a LOT of so called "popular" which has been made since 09/11/2001 is just BAD. The content is NOT music Hall-of-Fame worthy.

  • AC/DC - While I can mildly tolerate the group's music with Bon Scott (who's no longer around), their music with Brian Johnson is just flat-out annoyingly loud and obnoxious.note 
  • Adam Lambert - (I don't want ANYTHING from you.)
  • Aerosmith - Especially their cover version of "Come Together" by The Beatles. IT STINKS!
  • Ariana Grande
  • The Black Eyed Peas
  • Black Sabbath
  • Britney Spears
  • Bruno Mars - His music is just like a vacuum. IT SUCKS! (rimshot)
  • Calvin Harris
  • Carrie Underwood
  • Carly Rae Jepsen - That one-hit wonder STUPID song of hers is COMPLETELY ANNOYING!
  • Christina Aguilera
  • Def Leppard
  • Destiny's Child
  • Eminem - I think everybody who has ever heard of you knows what your damn name is.
  • Fergie Duhamel
  • Gnarls Barkley
    • Cee Lo Green - Barry White sounds 1,000 times BETTER that this jerk.
  • Guns N' Roses - Especially their cover version of "Live and Let Die" by Sir Paul McCartney and Wings. IT STINKS!
  • Iggy Azalea
  • Justin Bieber - Yet another douchebag who CLEARLY doesn't deserve any fame.
  • Kanye West
  • Katy Perry
  • Kelly Clarkson
  • Ke$ha - Seriously? A dollar ($) sign in your name? ALSO STUPID!
  • Kid Rock
  • Lady Gaga
  • Madonna
  • MAGIC!
  • Mariah Carey
  • Meghan Trainor - Equally as terrible as anyone else in this category.
  • Metallica
  • M.I.A.
  • Nicki Minaj
  • Pharrell Williams
  • P!nk - Seriously? An exclamation (!) mark in your name? ALSO STUPID!
  • Rihanna
  • Robin Thicke
  • The Rolling Stones - How can these guys still be around? They're older than dirt.
  • Shakira
  • Van Halen
  • Vanilla Ice

Famous people in the media and/or pop culture I do not like at all include:

  • Aziz Ansari - Kunal Nayyar is better and funnier.
  • Alec Baldwin
  • Jesse Eisenberg
  • Joey Fatonenote  - He had such a sucky voice-over recording for Family Feud. Burton Richardson was much better.
  • Jesse Tyler Ferguson
  • Ken Jeong - This guy's trying to be a great actor because of his idiotic parts in all 3 stupid Hangover movies? PUL-LEAZE!! Last time I checked, John Oliver has his own comedy show and this guy doesn't. (Nelson Muntz laugh) HA-HA!
  • Nick Offerman
  • Rob Riggle - This guy tries TOO HARD at being funny, therefore making him the exact opposite to me. I have no animosity towards his years of service as a member of the United States Marine Corps; it's his comedian career outside of the military that I find irritating.
  • Rico Rodriguez

Sports Athletes/Coaches

  • Tom "Darth" Brady - He is a Jerk@$$ for winning the Super Bowl 7 times, with some of the wins along the way due to sheer dumb luck. Plus, he almost had a perfect season, but I'm glad that didn't happen. Also, my favorite season of his career will always be 2008.
  • Bill "Emperor" Belichicknote  - New England Patriots Head Coach (2000-present)
  • Ezekiel Elliott
  • Jimmy Garappalo
  • Taylor Heinicke
  • Daniel Jones
  • Colin Kaepernicknote 
  • Rayne Dakota "Dak" Prescott
  • Alex Rodriguez
  • Hines Ward
  • Gregg Williams - New Orleans Saints Defensive Coordinator (2009-2011)
  • Russell Wilson - He had a bunch of dumb luck during his time with the Seattle Seahawks.

Sports Teams

  • Buffalo Bills (2014-present)
  • Dallas Cowboys (1992-present)
  • New England Patriots (2001-2019)
  • New York Giants (2008-present)
  • Pittsburgh Steelers (1990-present)
  • San Francisco 49ers (2012-present)
  • Seattle Seahawks (2012-2021)
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2020-present)

We all have people and things we don't like, the ones listed here are just on my list because the things they have done during their lives have annoyed and repulsed me. You could go right ahead and label me a jerk for it but I'm NOT worse than Attila the Hun, Benedict Arnold, John Wilkes Booth, Fidel Castro, Adolf Hitler, Saddam Hussein, Osama bin Laden, and Kim Jong-Un.

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  • Hey, who doesn't like The Beatles, right? They're bigger than Jesus! Also nice to see someone appreciate some of Ringo's forever under-appreciated solo work. —Sean Murray I
  • That is indeed me, though I'm dressed as a different Mad Scientist, Doctor Horrible... though I suppose the costume could work as Doc Brown with a wig or something. Anyway, thanks for visiting, and yes, the Beatles freakin' rock. -FringeBenefits
    • Thanks for the recommendation, I'll Netflix Unstoppable when it comes out on DVD and tell you what I think. -FringeBenefits
  • I'm the only one who thinks that Take Me Out and Back Off Boogaloo sound strangely similar? What do you think abouth that? -nohaynicklibre
  • Nice to see someone else who doesn't totally discount the prequel trilogy. —A Random Serf
  • Haven't played the Sonic Games, but I have to admit I like your choices... Star Wars series, Spaceballs, Doctor Who, all awesome! —TheInferno
  • Just wanted to thank you for the comment on my Troper page; it made my day to scroll down and suddenly find more words there. Also, OMG LEGENDS OF THE HIDDEN TEMPLE. Here I thought I was the only person who remembered that show! Wow. — MsieurLapin
    • Well, to be completely honest, I recall watching the show when it was still being shown on Nickelodeon, but I can't remember what age I was. I do know that I enjoyed every aspect of the game show on each episode. Just to show you HOW much memory I can recollect from viewing it, I can still name the 6 teams that were a part of Legends of the Hidden Temple: The Red Jaguars, the Blue Barracudas, the Green Monkeys, the Orange Iguanas, the Purple Parrots, and the Silver Snakes (introduced on every episode in that order). I don't even have to look at a reference like Wikipedia. —AlBundyFan365
  • Good day. Just commenting on you because you commented on me. Thank you for that, by the way. You have a very nice page. Take care, friend! — BlakeDiamond
  • Thanks for the comment on my page. It's nice that you commented. Returning the favor! — Pastylover2
  • NekomataTheFailcat: Hello, I just noticed your vandalism on my page, so I'll reply here. About The Beatles, I wouldn't call myself as their "fan", as I haven't listened much of their music (I have lots of it on my laptop, I should just get around to listening it... >_>; ), but I like many of their songs. And for Loads And Loads Of Characters, by them being my children I mean that I have created many, many characters and have taken a liking to them, to the point that I think of them as my kids. :'D Also, Pink Floyd's Another Brick In The Wall, Part 2 flippin' rocks!
  • Firstly, thank-you for the comment on my userpage.:) Hmm, the music in Sonic Adventure 2 is, as usual in a Sonic game, very good, though strangely it's not my favorite 3D Sonic game for music (that would actually be a tie between Secret Rings and Shadow, despite the other flaws that they may have). I think my favorite track in SA 2 would have to be the track for Cosmic Wall, with White Jungle in second. And, of course, for character themes, we can't forget E.G.G.M.A.N. -elemcee
  • First of all, thanks for the comment on my page. =D I agree with out about the voice as James from Team Rocket— pure genius. - XSOULFIRE
  • I feel so mean for not even seeing your comment for like a month. I spent last console generation with a PS2 and not a Gamecube so I never made it to Super Mario Sunshine, and now I just never get around to it. Or so many other things. Also, words cannot encompass my recently-developed vehement hatred for Alec Baldwin now that he did Wegmans commercials. I work at Wegmans and they played his commercials on a TV in front of my department for my ENTIRE 8 HOUR SHIFT. ~ Jesska
  • Hey! I like that we like a lot of the same things (Anchorman, Malcolm In The Middle, & many many more), but I don't like that you don't like So You Think You Can Dance. :( But anyways, vandalism! :) ~Bella
  • RESPONDIFICATION! ...Also hi. So yeah, thanks for the grand welcome. SwerveStar
  • And a hello to you too :D Luce
  • Thanks for the comment on the colors. Glad you could find use for them. Bonsai Forest
  • The faeries find your page colorful. - Stolen By Faeries
  • Yeah... I found it weird still. Oh well. X Soulfire
  • Curious... I thought I'd find Ed O'Neil as one of your favorite actors. - Amused Troper Guy
  • 'Fraid I can't return the lullaby gesture, since Sheldon has only one, so here's a beer! *pours flask* Cheers! - whataboutme
  • GO PACK GO! Linhasxoc

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