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Rollin Knifley: Backyard Oil does not come close to Duck Dynasty

Suggests next crew invited to Columbia wil be from A & E's Intervention

By Rollin Knifley

Pride? Really?

This show is not great, nor does it come close to Duck Dynasty. What this show is, is an indictment of the television industries lack of creativity and imaganination.

Furthermore, this show continues to perpetuate the impression that country folks (particularly Kentuckians), regardless of wealth and ingenuity, are idiotic simpletons.

Congratulations boys, you have now joined the ranks of Honey Boo Boo, The Turtleman, Jersey Shore, and perhaps more appropriately MTVs Jackass. Maybe the next Television Crew invited to Columbia will be from A & E's Intervention.

If you feel anything other than embarrassment, then perhaps you suffer from what Mr. Coomer described as the two symptoms of the bird flu. - Rollin Knifley

Comments re article 59099 Backyard Oil Mixed feelings but will watch every week

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