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Film industry portraying us wrong

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All right, that’s it. No more. I’m fed up clear to the top of my hunter’s orange toboggan hat. The very idea that north Louisiana culture is apparently being assessed nationwide — and maybe even worldwide — by the likes of so-called reality shows including “My Big Redneck Family,” “Girls Gone Bayou,” “Redneck Island” and, of course, “Duck Dynasty,” irks me.

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