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    warehouse so he could test out the duck calls. He even brought a kennel of ducks and released it in his pond to test it out. This is entertaining because it is something people do not normally do and the fact that he was doing that to get out of doing work makes it funny. People are also attracted to the life of this family because it is different culture from their own. Most people do not have lives similar to the Robertson so being able to see how they function and live their lives is very appealing. The show also emphasizes the theme of family and that sometimes having a big family can be dramatic, but in the end nothing is better than being with you family. The show Duck Dynasty presents the life of the Robertson family. They represent a “redneck” southern family from Louisiana. Even though the family can have its up in downs they always unite together at the end of the episode. They present a different side to what it is like to be red neck and not follow certain stereotypes given to that label. The show focuses on family and brings a nice view of what red neck people do.…

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    The Importance Of Redneck

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    Today, the term “redneck” is often jokingly used to refer to people from rural communities who like to drink cheap beer and watch NASCAR. Did you know, though, that the term comes from the fact that people who worked in the fields would have red necks from being in the sun all day? It was – and still is, to many – a term that describes salt of the earth people who aren’t afraid to put in a hard day’s work. The world of agricultural isn’t just a world of corn and cows, though. Working in an…

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    individuals avoid questions that may reveal weaknesses in their knowledge of social status norms. The emergence of technology, along with an increase in the need to voice one’s own opinion and the introduction of social communities, has helped to ease this tension, if only through one-way conversations. The example of the “Redneck Neighbor”, and simultaneously the obsessive author, is one that helps to offer insight into the subtleties of social class that make it so difficult to define.…

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    Sometimes a dumb movie is what you need. Bubba The Redneck Werewolf is a dumb movie. If you just read that, you'd say this guy must think this movie really sucks! You'd be wrong friend. I ate this movie up like a fat kid visiting a Golden Corral for the first time. Bubba is simple hillbilly loser who gets pushed around at his job, his local watering hole, and most importantly the girl (Bobbie Jo) of his dreams. By chance, Satan, whom is mistaken as a lawyer, shows up to comfort Bubba after…

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    Keep It Redneck Analysis

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    The sound of an 808 beat courses through the speakers as a fiddle can be heard strumming along with an acoustic guitar while the bass lays down a tempo. As the instrumental goes on a heavily accented voice rings on top of the song in a syncopated fashion. I immediately recognize it to be Keep it Redneck by The Lacs. This genre of music is not typically played on the radio but it contains a huge base of underground fans. It combined two genres creating a hybrid of music most would assume never to…

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    The term redneck has been used for years to describe the labor intensive work of working class whites residing in rural America. This transformed into a pejorative word to describe southern males who act stereotypically of low class, uneducated, and uncultured. Redneck may be stereotypically synonymous to the terms ‘hillbilly’ and ‘white trash’. The main stereotypes of the label ‘redneck’ include, men who are racist and homophobic in nature, with a huge infatuation with guns, and alcohol and…

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    A Hoggreaser Description

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    Tommy lee A Hoggreaser. What a name. A name that has character written all over it, just like most people of his type. He knows his way is the best way and there is no one that is about to doubt that, especially to a man who towers over nearly everyone he knows. Tommy is definitely what one would call an intimidating man with his black Duck Dynasty beard and scar right below his right eye. It is obvious Tommy has been in a bar scuffle or two. Most of all, his worn jeans and faded camouflage…

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    In my high school, students are grouped by appearance or attitude. There are the “emo” kids, hicks, athletes, nerds, and outcasts. The classifications seem fair at first glance. The classifying is done by other students. Seldom do you see the categorized students referring to themselves as a “goth,” or “redneck.” The way someone dresses is the main reason that influences what other people think about them. In high school, the phrase, “Dress to impress” is accurate. Wearing Nike, or Adidas shoes…

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    Kieron coleman A Time to Kill, directed by Joel Schumacher. Is all about how a young 10-year old girl is viciously brutalized by two white racist rednecks --James Louis “Pete” Willard and Billy Ray Cobb. Tonya is found sent to the hospital, while the two rednecks brag about what they have done in a local bar. Tonya’s father is understandably devastated and fuming with what happened it took it into is own hands to wait for the two rednecks to be taken through the court room to, storm in and…

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    JD8 Argumentative Essay

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    Is it pretty easy to define what is going on – JD8 is a redneck, farm raised individual who moved into a nice-newly defined neighborhood. This can and most likely will cause a lot of issues, since JD8’s neighbors seem like they don’t have his same taste. In all honesty, the author is most likely upset due to the fact that his nice and new neighborhood won’t look as nice anymore. We can also assume that the author is clearly more frustrated than the other neighbors for two reasons. First, the…

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