When I was younger, so much younger than today, my cousins and I stumbled upon a comedy album in my aunt's record collection. It was called Eat Out More Often. We thought it was about going to McDonald's. We were quite wrong. The comedy routine described -- well, never mind, but it was my introduction to Rudy Ray Moore, who died on October 19th of this year. Moore entertained two generations of 'hood rats with his incredibly blue humor and unfortunate penchant for being middle-aged, paunchy and consistently naked both in movies and on his album covers. Rappers like Snoop Dogg credit RRM's "rappin' and tappin'" delivery as an inspiration. While Moore wasn't as well known as his contemporary, Redd Foxx, he was most remembered as the character he played in movies and on record, Dolemite. Mack Daddy Dolemite was so tough not even death could touch him. Life doesn't always imitate art.