Sunday, September 20, 2009

...and Billy Carter Time too.

In focusing on pop culture responses to the Carter presidency, you just can't leave out Billy. He gave us so much to work with, Georgia style. Billy left us for a higher plane back in 1988. But we will celebrate Brother Carter's memory in novelty song.

Here he was in better years selling his beer:

Billy Beer Ad


  1. Hey, Andy, have you read the book CRACKERS by Roy Blount, Jr.? It's a great meditation on the cultural ramifications of the Carter presidency. Bye!

  2. Hey Jack, thanks for the heads up on the book. Speaking of which, I saw your article and am thinking about getting a subscription to Oxford American so I can be the first on my block to see what you write.

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