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26. Dr. Dre, producer
Dre was so widely agreed upon as important, that people who work for Dre almost made the list too.
27. Mike Lazrdis, Blackberry founder
Tommy The Clown called him "a real life saver." You can't afford to be out of touch for a moment when you're a krump dancer. That stuff breaks out anywhere, anytime.
When I made it clear that only living people could make the list, the panel in loud unison pointed out that he's very much alive. There was no talking Jesus off this list.
29. The Troops
30. Tony Hawk, skateboarder
Still very important.
31. Dana White, CEO of the UFC
The UFC is much bigger than boxing. So are lots of things, but I didn't want to say that with Eddie Sanchez sitting right near me.
32. Donald Trump, real estate mogul
"He's doing seminars and teaching people how to make money. A lot of people keep those secrets to themselves," explained Dr. Boogie. According to the Alt TIME 100, Donald Trump is a giver.
33. Martha Stewart, doyenne
The group got into a discussion of whether to put Martha Stewart or Hillary Clinton on the list. When I asked why it had to be one or the other, Dr. Boogie said, "If there are two powerful women, you might as well pick Martha." I fear discussions about Supreme Court justices were made that way.
34. The Maloofs, owners Sacramento Kings and Palms Casino
The owners of the Palms casino in L.A were a huge favorite to make the list. The Palms is very, very important.
35. Mr. Cartoon, tattoo artist
Not only did he do Xzibit's tats, but Ron Howard is making a film about him.
36. Toyota Prius, car
The panel did not care that, technically, the Prius is not a person.
37. Bob Burnquist, skateboarder
In addition to the one-footed smith grind, he also cares about the environment. Good marketing move.
38. Mike Metzger, dirtbike rider
Dirtbike riding is huge, Eddie Sanchez assured me. I have no idea
39. Julie Arko, Dove Real Beauty model
The panel though she provided an important positive body image for women. Arko was chosen because she was the hottest one.
40. Stephen Brandman, hotelier
60 Thompson and the Roosevelt are very important.
41. Steve Aoki, DJ
Son of Behinihana owner Rocky Aoki + brother of model Devon Aoki + hanging out with Lindsay Lohan all the time + desire of rich kid to call himself DJ Kid Millionaire = very important
42. Lash Fary, Distinctive Assets
You want a decent gift lounge at your awards show or other event, you have to call Lash Fary. Which is his real name.
43. Jack Bauer, TV character
Tommy the Clown watches a lot of 24. He thinks Kiefer Sutherland is pretty cool. But can he krump? That would freak the terrorists out.
44. Gail Sumpter, Malibu city permits manager
You want to throw any kind of party in Malibu, you have to go through Sumpter. Any kind of party.
45. Bono, singer
All that Africa stuff.
46. Mark Frazier, body painter
"The girls look like they're wearing lingerie, but they're completely naked," says Bridget about the trailblazer who invented a somewhat socially acceptable way to allow women to attend parties nude. He got his start at Playboy, but "now he does lots of parties."
47. Borat, made-up character
The panel is not at all sick of Borat.
48. Rhonda Byrne, author, The Secret
The real TIME 100 will probably be nice to Ms. Byrne. But the Alt TIME 100 panel was much more honest. Which was striking for a bunch of L.A. celebrities. "People have to watch this to figure that stuff out?" asked Xzibit? Still, he wanted her on the list for pulling one over on people so well.
49. Essence Carson, captain of the Rutgers women's basketball team
If her speech wasn't so impressive, the panel thinks Don Imus would still have his job. "That was the tipping point for that dude," said Xzibit. Malcom Gladwell has infiltrated everywhere.
50. Dan Charron, VP, Miralus Healthcare
That "Apply directly to the forehead" commercial really cracks Xzibit up.