by Steve Haruch
He's barely getting warm at that point. After analyzing Garden & Gun editor David DiBenedetto's appearance on the CBS Morning Show, he starts to heat up:
G&G falsifies the South it purports to cover, because a South without SEC football, politics, and religion is a false South. How can one miss this?
Speaking of misses, there is one more subject that seems just as off-limits in the pages of Garden & Gun as SEC football, politics, and religion, but it is not mentioned by G&G editors or noticed by media reporters.
I refer, of course, to race.
Rather than try to recap such a spirited, serpentine, self-aggrandizing, shit-talking and often spot-on geyser of vitriol here, I'll suggest you go read the whole thing. Spoiler alert: Smirnoff thinks Oxford American is a better magazine, even if it does have a smaller penis — figuratively speaking, of course.