It's amazing how certain cultures feel they're superior. This is especially true for urban cultures. Being more "cultured" somehow seems to lead to thoughts of superiority. That's really bullheaded and small-minded for someone so enlightened. It's similar to racial inequality in the sense that you use a simple designator...where someone is from, the color of their skin, their native language, the clothes they wear...to judge their position relative to your own. Let's set us up a formula gosh darn it:
A = where you are from
B = your favorite meal
C = your favorite musician
D = IQ
E = religion
F = how many books you've read in the last year
G = knowledge of pop culture (1-10)
H = vocabulary skill (1-10)
I = skill at monopoly (1-10)
J = which is better, Napoleon Dynamite or Fight Club?
K = Hick or Hipster?
L = Republican or Democrat?
M = Rush Limbaugh or Michael Moore?
N = Organic or engineered?
O = judging someone when you really get down to it is really bloody complicated and it's stupid to base it on banal facts or background info
P = judging is a bad idea to begin with though hard to resist
Q = I love to judge because it supports my vulnerable ego
R = It's just easier to think less of someone OK?
S = I have no interest in understanding people who aren't like me
T = Why understand them anyway, they're just not like me and they don't understand me so back off and leave me alone
U = America is a sovereign country and I'm sovereign too, I like to keep my people close to me and have no interest in mixing with people not like me
V = Sports or Drama?
W = All people from small towns listen to country and drive pickups
X = Let country folk have NASCAR and Christian rock
Y = Let city folk have their gays and ballet
Z = Tolerance is for sissies.
Ok, if A+D = X or Y and B+C/G < or = to O then P and Q apply directly to K