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Wojewódzki moral authority for people in Poland?


Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
22 Mar 2010  #1
I read somewhere recently (dont' recall where) that some survey showed TV personality Kuba Wojewódzki to be the top moral authority of Poland's young people (at least those taking part in the survey). Any comment?
Trevek 26 | 1,702
22 Mar 2010  #2
The same Wojewódzki who likes wearing t-shirts and hats with the word 'Fu.ck" on them?
Seem to recall him wearing one on Mam Talent. Seemed a bit creepy, wearing it blatantly in front of little kids.

Mind you, I suppose he knows everyone's not so supercool as him and don't understand naughty foreign words.
frd 7 | 1,399
22 Mar 2010  #3
I don't think he is, he was in the limelight when he was one of the judges in Polish Got Talent. Now he is pretty much absent from the public eye, I read his sarcastic bantering column in "Polityka" from time to time. I can hardly think of why would he be thought of as being any kind of authority, not mentioning the "moral" part. And from what I've read about him it seems he thinks he is a bigger star than he really is.
Trevek 26 | 1,702
22 Mar 2010  #4
he thinks he is a bigger star than he really is.

It was funny on the international Idol contest, when KW told the Belgian singer he thought he was great, and Simon Cowell said something like, "If your only fan is that cretin from Poland, then you're in big trouble."
1jola 14 | 1,879
17 Jun 2010  #5
I heard that in your country Howard Stern, Sarah Silverman, and Snoop Doggy Dog are the moral authorities? Is that true?
Trevek 26 | 1,702
17 Jun 2010  #6
Not sure whose country your referring to but I recall a great line from Ice-T the rapper (and all-round anti-semitie, racist and homophobe).

Something like, "If I have more influence on your son as a rapper than you do as a father, you'd better look at yourself as a parent."
Wroclaw 44 | 5,388
17 Jun 2010  #7
TV personality Kuba Wojewódzki

He is on Eska Rock radio every weekday morning from 9 till 10

Here he is on the front page.

eskarock.pl/index.php?page=poranny_eska_rock_new

in general he is an a$$hole, but can be very funny. However, it's always at someone else's expense

for some unknown reason he shouted 'fcuk nato' while presenting his show yesterday.

either on his t-shirts or in his vocabulary the word fcuk seems important to him.

none of the young people i know take much notice of him.


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