Country bumpkin

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Last seen on: –Wall Street Journal Crossword – June 21 2022 – Life-Size
The Guardian – Cryptic Crossword No 28,325 – Dec 24 2020
NY Times Crossword 25 Dec 19, Wednesday

Random information on the term “Country bumpkin”:

Rose Nylund (née Lindström) is a character featured on the popular 1980s situation comedy The Golden Girls, and its spin-off The Golden Palace. She was portrayed by Betty White for 8 years, totaling 204 episodes. Rose was originally supposed to be played by Rue McClanahan, whereas Blanche Devereaux, one of Rose’s roommates, was to be played by White. However, Jay Sandrich, the director of the show, suggested that Betty and Rue switch parts. He felt that Betty would be a better fit for Rose because she had already played Sue Ann Nivens in the television show The Mary Tyler Moore Show, which is similar to the character of Blanche Devereaux. In a January 2017 interview with Katie Couric, White stated she jumped at the opportunity to take the role of Rose, noting she loved the character and describing Rose as “so innocent, not the brightest nickel in the drawer, but funny.”

Rose Nylund was built on Scandinavian dialect comedy and stereotypes: a good-natured but often naive and dumb character not unlike the ones portrayed in the tales and humor of William F. Kirk.

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Jerry Chih-Yuan Yang (Chinese: 楊致遠; born November 6, 1968) is a Taiwanese-American computer programmer, internet entrepreneur, and venture capitalist. He is the co-founder and former CEO of Yahoo! Inc.

Yang was born with the name Yang Chih-Yuan in Taipei, Taiwan on November 6, 1968; his mother was a professor of English and drama and his father died when he was two, by which time Yang had a brother. In 1978, his mother moved the family to San Jose, California, where his grandmother and extended family took care of the boys while his mother taught English to other immigrants. After moving to the US Yang took the American name Jerry, his mother Lily, and his brother Ken. He says that he only knew one English word, “shoe”, when he came to America, but became fluent in English in about three years.

Yang earned both a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science in electrical engineering from Stanford University in four years. He met David Filo at Stanford in 1989, and the two of them went to Japan in 1992 for a six-month exchange program, during which he met his future wife, who was there as part of the exchange program.

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