2. Mt. Merapi, Indonesia
A volcano finally worth of its name, Merapi literally translates into "fire mountain", which is fitting when you realize the blowhard releases smoke 300 days out of the year. It's also the youngest in a group of volcanoes situated in Southern Java, so it's easy to understand where all its angst comes from, and even though it thinks the older Indonesian volcanoes don't understand it, they were once just like it. Anthropomorphic volcanoes aside, Merapi is a seriously dangerous volcano, as evidenced in '94 when 27 people were killed by pyroclastic flow, and Snoop Dogg still wasn't loving people.