I'm feeling iconoclastic today, so I'm just throwing out some observations.
Bob Dylan: Overrated. Pompous. Poser. And he can't sing. Bob Dylan sux.
M1911A1: Sux. Inaccurate as issued. Maintenance intensive. Overpowered.
Democracy: Lets the mediocrities be whipped into a frenzy by demagogues, to the detriment of all.
Gregorian chant: Not suitable for parish worship--most choirs can't read the notation or master the intricacies of pointing. Plainchant is better for this purpose.
Rachel Ray: Needs to get her vocal cords checked, and to make some food that a Midwesterner has heard of.
Independent News Weeklies: Suck. Short on news, most aren't independent either. Mostly so coffee house habitues can feel connected to what they think is progress and culture.
Patriotic Sentiment: Has gone from being a laudable love of ones country, based in the concept of nations and tribes as an extension of the family--patriot, patria, pater--to being a way of attempting to discredit anyone who disagrees with you.
Organic Agriculture: Sux! Sux! Sux! What the crunchies don't tell you is the yeild difference. It would take 3 times the land under the plow as we currently have to produce the same usable harvest. Not to mention that organic agriculture in the US and Europe typically has a much higher energy input than conventional.
Beatles: Usually insipid. They owe their fame to teenage girls who were more interested in them as cute boys.
Curmudgeons: All we ever do is bitch and gripe!