Where Are They Now: Pat Boone
Anybody remember Pat Boone, that squeaky-clean icon of the 1950s and early ‘60s? He was famous for doing sterile white-bread cover versions of rock and roll hits. He took some of the wickedest examples of The Devil’s Music and transformed them into cute sugar-coated little ditties that Ward and June Cleaver could tap their feet to.
Well, he’s still around. He’s resurfaced as a comedy writer. He sometimes writes for WorldNetDaily — definitely one of the funniest wackiest comedy sites on the Internet. In his latest “article,” he does a dead-on hilarious imitation of a mouthbreathing Biblethumper. Check it out.