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Sunday, February 26, 2012 6:18 AM


John Lee, conspiracy therapist at Hollywood award-winner History Channel-mocked SNL-spoofed wooHOO!!!!!!


"One of the funniest documentaries ever made!"
–Michael Moore, New York (PRWEB) April 8, 2010

Kino Releases Winnebago Man on July 9 at Landmark's Sunshine Cinema – Expanding Nationally this Summer.

Described by Michael Moore as "one of the funniest documentaries ever made," WINNEBAGO MAN premieres in New York City on July 9, 2010, at the Landmark Sunshine Cinema, located on 143 East Houston Street. The film is set to expand to other US markets during the summer and fall of 2010.

Kino International is proud to announce the theatrical release of the award-winning documentary feature WINNEBAGO MAN, directed by Ben Steinbauer.

Described by Michael Moore as "one of the funniest documentaries ever made," WINNEBAGO MAN premieres in New York City on July 9, 2010, at the Landmark Sunshine Cinema, located on 143 East Houston Street. The film is set to expand to other US markets during the summer and fall of 2010, and a DVD release is planned for the holidays.

WINNEBAGO MAN reveals the story of Jack Rebney (a.k.a. "the angriest man in the world"), who has delighted and fascinated millions of viewers with his hilariously foul-mouthed outtakes from an RV sales video - one of the first and most infamous underground videos to be passed hand-to-hand on VHS tapes, before YouTube turned it into a full-blown viral phenomenon.

Jack Rebney Filmmaker Ben Steinbauer takes on the seemingly impossible task of tracking down Rebney, who turns out to be more savvy, deep, weird and cool than anyone could have imagined. In short, he's a star. WINNEBAGO MAN is a hilarious, smart and unexpectedly poignant look at one man's response to unintended internet celebrity, and ultimately a story of how a so-called "humiliation" can become a beacon of light to many.

WINNEBAGO MAN is the first film about a YouTube celebrity to come to the big screen. With social media sites like Twitter, Facebook and YouTube growing more important by the day, WINNEBAGO MAN illuminates the power of the Internet video phenomenon and its impact on media, celebrity and privacy. April 23, 2010 marks the 5th Anniversary of YouTube, and this month's Wired Magazine features the Winnebago Man outtakes clip as an example of one of the first YouTube hits, along with Evolution of Dance, Chocolate Rain, and OK Go's Here It Goes Again (

Coincidentally, 2010 also marks the 100 year anniversary of the RV, according to the Recreational Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA). In 1910, the first mass-produced auto campers and camping trailers were built in the United States, and today, RVIA estimates that there are as many as 30 million RV enthusiasts nationwide.

WINNEBAGO MAN is produced by Joel Heller, Malcolm Pullinger and Ben Steinbauer, presented by the Bear Media in association with James Payne & FieldGuide Media, and is a Kino International release.

Please, write to Rodrigo Brandão at Rodrigo(at)kinolorber(dot)com to RSVP to one of the following press screenings:


Monday, April 19
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1619 Broadway, 5th Floor

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Official Film Website:

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Jousting With The Myth: An Heretical Analysis of God, Religion, Sex and Politics
Salman Rushdie Fatwa Edition by Jack Rebney The Winnabego Man
first chapter:

"I don't want any more bullshit from anyone, and that includes me!"
-Jack Rebney


Sunday, February 26, 2012 5:04 PM


John Lee, conspiracy therapist at Hollywood award-winner History Channel-mocked SNL-spoofed wooHOO!!!!!!

Another Thing 'Winnebago Man' Doesn't Like: Babies

(July 18) -- In 1988, a man named Jack Rebney spent two weeks in Iowa filming a sales video for Winnebago. It was hot, the shoot was kind of a mess and Rebney was annoyed. Extremely annoyed. Like, livid.

His profanity-laced outtakes were cut into a four-minute video clip that started circulating hand to hand in those old VHS days, rising to cult status. When YouTube took off, so did Rebney, who became known to millions as "The Angriest Man in the World." His quotes were uttered on the big screen by Ben Affleck, on "30 Rock" by Alec Baldwin and even by SpongeBob SquarePants. There's a painting of Rebney as Shrek that hangs in the offices of DreamWorks Animation.

Kino International
A movie poster for the documentary "Winnebago Man" is shown. The film is about RV pitchman Jack Rebney, whose foul-mouthed rants helped make him a YouTube sensation.
Ben Steinbauer was one of Rebney's fans. A film professor at the University of Texas, Steinbauer began to wonder about the man behind the clip and found Rebney, who is now 80, living atop a mountain in Northern California. The two formed a relationship, and out of it grew a documentary film, "Winnebago Man" -- an unexpectedly touching and uplifting tale of what happens to someone after viral celebrity. It's in theaters now.

In the Weekend Questionnaire, Rebney, a former television news director, takes on George W. Bush, his own large head and the perfect car to take on a road trip (we'll give you one guess).

Where are you right now?
I'm on Planet Earth.

What is your idea of a perfect weekend?
I would stay at home, sleeping with a cold beer.

If I could grant you one superpower for this weekend, flight or invisibility, which would you choose?
I would say flight. Definitely. I'm a veritable eagle.

If you could take a road trip with any three people, living or dead, who would you take, where would you go and what car would you drive?
I would take James Monroe, Abraham Lincoln and John Fitzgerald Kennedy. I would go to Campobello. And there's no question in my mind what I would drive: I'd take a Winnebago!

What would you choose as your last meal?
Lobster Newburg.

What feels overpriced each time you buy it?
Everything! Particularly airline tickets.

Name the one thing you must do before you die.
Have people understand that the United States is in terrible, terrible trouble because we have had eight years of infamy piled on top of us through lies, through theft, through cowardice, through the most profligate use of what few funds we have. We're in the midst of a multiplicity of wars, and the insanity is that we borrow money from other countries to fight these wars.

What's the best thing ever?
That's simple enough: liberty.

If you had to enter a competitive eating competition, what would you want the food to be?
We've been through this: Lobster Newburg.

Which fictional character do you most identify with?
Ahab. [Laughs.] But I'm probably more like Don Quixote.

If you could have lunch with the president, what's the one idea you'd want to plant in his head?
That he has to remember that with his commitment to give up an enormous amount of his life, which is what he's doing right now in a valiant attempt to be able to rectify the violent misuse of our country, of our people, of our lives, of our liberties -- that in effect makes him a very, very fine man.

Kino International
Rebney, shown here during the filming of "Winnebago Man," says his favorite movies include "Dr. Strangelove," "Citizen Kane" and "Lawrence of Arabia."
What's your most embarrassing moment from your youth?
When my father wouldn't give me a choo-choo train.

Which accomplishment are you most proud of?
That I've come to a peaceful recognition that I'm beginning to understand logic, rationality and ethics.

When was the last time you swore at someone?
I swear all the time.

Do you have a recurring dream?
The short answer would be no, because I don't dream in the sense that you and I might consider to be a dream. That is to say, some time after we've fallen asleep we'd have some psychological factor running through what's left of our brains. I daydream, and that recurrent daydream is being able to promulgate thinking, the concept of being able to teach our children and our people how to think. That is a recurrent daydream of mine. How does one go about doing that?

What song captures your mood right now?
First of all, I don't believe that I have a recognition factor of a song since probably the last time I heard Lena Horne sing. I don't listen to songs. I listen to Bach, Beethoven, Berlioz, Holst, etc. I don't listen to people screaming and screeching at the top of their lungs accompanied by boards being smashed onto hollow logs, which presumptively is music. I don't hear any of that.

Are all babies cute?
I don't see anything either funny, cute, productive or useful about babies.

Do you believe in an afterlife, and if so, what would you like it to be?
I believe in an afterlife in the same relationship that I believe Bush, Cheney, Rove, Rumsfeld, Wolfowitz and Miss Minute Rice ever said one word that was true. What would I like it to be? By definition then it cannot be; by hard fact and logic it is not; and anyone who contends that it is then by definition is a bona fide psychoneurotic.

If you could live in some time other than your own, what would you choose?
In the 1600s in America. Because it was new, it was verdant, it was clean, it was excellent, it had been populated by people who understood that if you didn't take care of it, it wouldn't take care of you. Over the course of these last 350 years what we've done is ruin it. It's become progressively less and less tasteful and honorable. In those days it was a vibrant, clean, gorgeous country. And I would love to have lived then.

How many true friends do you have?
You'd have fingers left over on one hand.

What movie have you seen the most times?
Probably "Dr. Strangelove." Either that or "Citizen Kane" or "Lawrence of Arabia."

Which animal do you most identify with?
The question leads you into a mass of bifurcated conditions. I identify because I love dogs. I identify because I have a kinship with elephants. I identify because I like the concept of the primate predator. But to answer -- dogs. Because a dog loves you when no one else does.

If it were possible to know the date of your own death, would you want to know?
No, I don't think so. As a matter of fact, no, I would not. I haven't known the date of my birth. I didn't know the date of much of anything else that took place because it was irrelevant to me. The date of my death is infinitely more irrelevant to me than anything I can think of.

Who would you like to play you in the movie of your life?
I would say probably Jimmy Stewart.

What would you title your autobiography?
"The Man Who Finally Found That He Knew Something."

If you were teaching an English class, what books would be required reading?
If there's a book that should be read by every American, that would be "The Sorrows of Empire," by Chalmers Johnson. That would be a modern book. The only two authors that are critical in terms of history, and inclusive of all history, are David Hume and Kant. The best American piece of literature that's ever been written is Joseph Heller's "Catch-22." And you could go into O. Henry, Mark Twain, James Michener. But the critical one, the foundation one, which encompasses everything that's right and wrong about America, is "Catch-22."

If you could punch one famous person, who would it be?
Well, it would have to be Dick Cheney.

On a scale of 1 to 10, how attractive are you?
There's a line that I said about myself during the original filming of the marketing videos for Winnebago: "You big, dumb sonofabitch." So, no, I don't find myself attractive. I'm large-headed, bald and scarred, and people tell me I never smile. How attractive can I be?

If you knew you only had six months to live, what would you do?
Exactly what I'm doing now. Read. Listen to books on tape. Write. Think. And not change a thing. Why would I change anything? What would I do? Would I marry and go to Acapulco? Come on.

If you had to enter a talent show, what would your talent be?
The ability to be able to think logically.

Do you collect anything?
A history of opinion.

Have you ever been in a fistfight?
A multiple number of times. [Laughs.]

You're in the express lane at the grocery store. Do you secretly count the number of items people in front of you have?
Not only do I not count the items, I don't count the people. They're a complete irrelevancy to me.

"I don't believe that I have the capability of being able to couch anything in a vernacular that's going to be understood by the people that you want me to talk to."
-Jack Rebney


Sunday, February 26, 2012 7:55 PM


Quote: "Coincidentally, 2010 also marks the 100 year anniversary of the RV, according to the Recreational Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA)."

Earlier RV = Covered Wagon. Invented sometime B.C.


Monday, February 27, 2012 8:11 AM


John Lee, conspiracy therapist at Hollywood award-winner History Channel-mocked SNL-spoofed wooHOO!!!!!!


Originally posted by Oonjerah:

Quote: "Coincidentally, 2010 also marks the 100 year anniversary of the RV, according to the Recreational Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA)."

Earlier RV = Covered Wagon. Invented sometime B.C.

RVs + Donner Pass = cannibalism....


Part 2 politics

It is fully understood by some fifty percent or possibly more of the people in this country, that after eight years of what is jokingly called the Bush Administration, this country was in utter shambles. There was a war in Iraq costing some five billion dollars a week. There was an idiot from Texas standing before us telling us the economy was doing just fine, and we were milliseconds from an economic disaster. For the first time in decades the American dream had suddenly become a nightmare. American big business never had it so good. Profits were astronomical, running into three hundred to four hundred percent. Consider this figure, eighty percent of the entirety of the GNP, that is to say the profit produced by this country, was held and accumulated by banks. You remember them don’t you? Your friendly banks, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Citibank. Think of what they did for you. Think of what they do for you. They are laughing. One presumes many of you are crying. At the end of George II’s reign, the American people had the opportunity to witness the hard facts of what we had become and what we really were. Think for a moment in terms of those who came out of the woodwork, from under rocks, and various other deep, dark, dank places. These people announced to all the world to hear “I could be your President. Vote for me.” Think for a moment in terms of Huckabee. This ghastly, strange fundamentalist promised that he could bring America to its senses. Then there was Romney. I make admission here that I truly don’t care what people think as long as they can in fact justify, and define, what it is that they say about what they think. This of course often leads me into a frenzy of examination of the myriad of religious sects that are presently available to we the people. I will only further say this, an examination of the Mormon faith is fully available in a great series of inspections, set down over a number of years by historians, psychologists and social scientists. I have read voluminously in regard to this religion. I know a number of people who are Mormons. By and large I have found them to be no more equanimious, no more charming, no more friendly than any other people, in the same breath, not less than other people. I find, and found through concerted study, that the faith inherent in the Mormon Church, its concepts, its origination, and then an inspection of its erstwhile historical leader, must lead one to give serious consideration as to who and what these people truly are. By virtue of what is decreed in their dictum, their dogma, their catechisms, they greatly frighten me. Romney as a Mormon, as President, was to me, really scary.

Hillary is a graduate of Wellesley College, an all girls school. Wellesley has been known for decades as offering the entering freshmen more pussy during her first year at the august institution, than the typical Yale graduate would enjoy during his entire four years. An examination of the history of Hillary and Wild Bill dating back to their years in Arkansas and culminating with their years in the White House will bring nothing but the harsh recognition that these are truly ugly people. There is no comparison here in terms of the abject stupidity of a George Bush. Quite the contrary, both Hillary and Bill are very bright. Additionally they are very clever and they are thieves and they are dishonorable, and they denigrated that White House and our trust. Take this as a classic example, of who and what these people are. Upon leaving the White House, at the end of Bill’s Presidency the Clintons had two very large moving vans drive up, and load up, and drive away from the White House. It was not too long before it was noted that some four hundred thousand dollars in furnishings, glassware, gifts and articles of considerable value, all given by foreign dignitaries, not to the Clintons but to we, the people of the United States, had been stolen by the Clintons for their personal use. Under great pressure, the Clintons agreed to return all but approximately forty thousand dollars of those gifts which they kept for themselves. When you hear something like this, what do you think? I’ll give you another classic example. When the Clintons actually left Washington and flew in Air Force Two to New York, to their new home, they took the opportunity upon leaving that airplane to remove every plate, dish, knife, fork, spoon, and as it was said by those who examined the plane when it returned to Washington “its lucky the seats were bolted down.” These two are thieves. Volumes have been written in regard to Hillary Rodham Clinton’s run for the Senate seat in New York. It is a story so sordid, so despicable, so unethical, so foul as to have literally no parallel in American political history. There are several authoritative books which have set down the full history of this desecration of a fair political fight. You should read them.

Just a few months past, the American people elected a new President. The vote was, for practical purpose split fifty-fifty. For the first time in our history we, fifty percent of the people, elected a black man. It is well to understand that after eight years of infamy the Bush Administration had removed even the most miniscule chance of the Republicans retaining the White House. It was said to be an accepted fact that the Democrats would win and they would also gain control of Congress. Then in what was and has to be one of the most utterly insane moves a political party could ever make, the Democratic National Committee supported Hillary Rodham Clinton and then a black man, Barack Obama. The DNC had without any equivocation the opportunity to choose between certainly absolutely five or six fully qualified men who could have, without a moment’s hesitation taken the seat of the Presidency. Instead the DNC offered America one choice, that being a woman richly despised by millions, and the other choice a black man. It will be said, and it is fully DNC, the Democratic National Committee, recognizing the shambles that the Bush Administration made of this country and the opportunity that disaster had given to the Democrats, concluded on the basis of what they saw as their new found power that they would rub the noses of the conservative American in the debris of what had happened. The Democrats, as we fully understand, came within a hair’s breath of blowing it. We could have had Johnny Box and Sarah Palin but for just two votes. The estimate had it, and it has turned out to be hard fact, that if the Democrats won and if they gained just a smallish majority in Congress we would find that the Republicans would band fully together and that new Democratic Administration would receive not one vote of support from the Republican minority. It was purely a matter of “we’ll show you.”

There is the matter of Barack Obama being black. America is a wildly racist country. Interesting to note it is, in the same breath, a very religious country, thought to be the most religious of the developed countries on this planet. Stop the man on the street, and ask him if he believes in God. If he is religious, he is more than likely to answer “yes, yes of course, of course.” Then ask him why. There will be utter silence. There is another question for the man on the street. Why did you vote for either the Democratic or the Republican candidate? It is clearly in the minds of many, a matter of some conjecture as to whether or not it was political policy, economic policy, foreign policy, or the fact that the Democrats nominated a black man. This of course is something for you to answer. There was a time eight, ten, twelve, years ago when we truly were the land of milk and honey. Today, although you may have missed it, we have become a land of fear, poverty, anguish, and degradation. We continue to hear it, and it is worth repeating, we have a democracy and we are a country where one man has one vote. There is, of course those tragic considerations where we can, and have been denied our vote and further that we had no idea who or what we were voting for. When in consideration of all the above and that rock rolls forward and pins you to that hard place, what do you think about? Does it finally strike you that it finally becomes painfully, brutally obvious that there is only one person to blame? It is you. Do keep in mind that you did it. You elected them. Do you understand that they are laughing at you? They are laughing at you from the sullied halls of Congress to the board rooms and from the high exalted pulpits and from all of those high-rise whore houses. You are, and they have found you out to be, sadly impotent.

The Sad Sad Conclusion

We know for a hard fact (and that certainly is a play on words) that crazy cock Clinton definitively gave us George Bush. George Bush gave us theft, lies, cowardice, and war. The village idiot then gave the American public the opportunity to choose between that which has been found to be absolute absurdities. One might take from all of this that it is time for a third rational objective and ethical political party.

John Rebney, Jousting With The Myth, 2010-11-22

Is Jack Rebney a Ron Paul follower?? I say Yes!!

"In 1989, ex-CBS newsman Jack Rebney was trying to produce a series of industrial films for Winnebago motor-home dealers and having a profoundly difficult time. It was Iowa, it was summer; there was heat, there were flies. What Mr. Steinbauer does find is an irascible character with decided opinions who doesn't give a hoot about YouTube but plays along with Mr. Steinbauer for the off-chance of being allowed to bash Dick Cheney on camera."


Monday, July 9, 2018 3:12 AM


I never heard of this.

This was posted during the months that I couldn't log in, the site was not found on the web.


Thursday, July 12, 2018 11:06 PM



lol. I actually saw this at some point during my blackout drinking days. Completely forgot about it until now and I don't remember anything about it except that he was a pretty angry dude.

Do Right, Be Right. :)






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