aristarch (AR-uh-stark) noun
A severe critic.
[After Aristarchus of Samothrace (circa 216-144 BCE), Greek philologist and
critic of the Homeric poetry, who rejected many lines of it as spurious.]
"Before them march'd that awful Aristarch;
Plow'd was his front with many a deep Remark."
The Dunciad; Alexander Pope; 1741.
More die in the United States of too much food than of too little. -John
Kenneth Galbraith, economist (1908-2006)