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On a mild Thursday afternoon this past February, Mitt Romney and his entourage arrived at a big house in a small town called Clarkston, about forty miles north of Detroit. The Michigan Republican primary was a few days away, and Romney was visiting an influential local citizen named Robert James Ritchie, who still answers to the hip-hop nickname he gave himself a quarter century ago, when he was a teen-ager: Kid Rock. He rose to fame as a rapping rock star, and, along the way, he discovered that success and excess formed a virtuous circle—people loved the idea that he really was having as much fun as his music implied. He sings more than he raps, and a number of his recent songs have taken up residence on country-radio playlists. He is also known now as a military booster, and a cheerleader for the city of Detroit. There were some complaints when he was invited to play at an inauguration party for President George W. Romney promised to help Ritchie help revive Detroit, and to work to meet the needs of veterans.
When done right, these characters make us forget that they were drawn on cells, or more recently, created with ones and zeroes in a computer. From Mickey Mouse captaining a steamboat to Buzz and Woody soaring above the cars in their neighborhood, these characters transcend our imagination and suspend our disbelief. Upon its release, The Incredibles surprised everyone. Pixar was already well-known for creating beloved family fare, but this was something new.
Weasel and I. Baboon 's incompetent arch-nemesis throughout the series. He is voiced by Charlie Adler impersonating Max Schreck. He is usually seen naked and was originally portrayed as the Devil in the pilot episode where he attempted to tempt Chicken into smoking and lure him down to Hell. In later episodes, he seems to be portrayed as merely a red-colored weirdo who spends his time trying to either scam, torment, physically harm, or outright kill Cow and Chicken.