Originally a term, perh. derog., of an irish hoodlum.
Now used to indicate any rural, slack-jawed yokel of incestuous inbreeding.
Noted for intolerant, yet resourceful nature.
Especially applies to those in Northern Ontario and Tennessee.
The loogan in Sudbury was warming up the moment (with his first cousin, sex not determined) to the passionate stylings of David Wilcox's "Layin' Pipe."