I am not proud of it and I am not ashamed. Almost everything Jeff Foxworthy says makes me laugh but at the same time, I totally relate to what he says. I literally know the people he talks about, including myself. I have done everything from birth to dodge the stereotype, but not of my own doing, but from pressure from others. 1) I was not born in the south, but in a rural town of less than 2,000 people in northern California. But for 200 years, the livestock has outnumbered the human population as it still does in my region. 2) Being born Asian-American didn't change the fact my grandfather started as a farmer and that our family roots for centuries was in agriculture, as was the case of most people from pre-industrialized Japan. 3) I cry when I hear a good Bruce, Don Henley, or Garth Brooks song. 4) The thought of rusty cars on my property, like the two I have, are seen to me as works in progress instead of cars past their prime that have to be tossed. 5) I love electric guitars and my favorite is the Fender Telecaster. 6) The Dixie Chicks walk on water, what can I say. 7) Yuppies frighten me even though I have two degrees and now working on a law degree. 8) Though I am deeply in physics, I have to read about Unified Theory while I drink a 'Bud' 9) As only a real redneck knows, anybody who wears a cowboy hat out of context is a poser 10) The only way to eat at the dinner table is with elbows on the table ...and my NYC wife calls me "Barn Boy"