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Luke Bryan Parody

Luke Bryan is the latest Country Super Star to be parodied by singer/songwriter, Cledus T. Judd.  His new song, “Luke Bryan,” is kind of funny.  Kinda. 🙂

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Alternate Titanic Ending

So if you’re needing a quick little pick-me-up today, then this may be your remedy.  I think James Cameron made the correct choice with the way he ended the movie.

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Toby Keith Solo Cup’n It Up?

Few weeks back people took to Twitter after Toby Keith did a show in Indianapolis, saying he was a “bit” inebriated in concert.   Now, some audio from the performance has surfaced.

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Is This A Talent?

After Miss New York was crowned Miss USA last night the buzz on social media was about the talent portion of the competition.  You make the call… Is this really a talent?

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Sooo What Would Really Happen?

The Mizzou Football Tigers open up their season Saturday by taking on the South Dakota State Jack Rabbits. To get ready for the game Jamie Mac and Josh Ryan decided to act out what would happen if the two animals actually played together in real life.

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Saved By The Bell

The TV show Saved By The Bell is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year!  Hear what teenagers now have to say about it.

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A First Date She’ll Never Forget

Not claiming to be the most romantic guy ever, but I would say that I’ve always treated girls I’ve dated with respect.  Here’s an example of a father teaching his daughter what she should expect from a guy when she really starts dating.

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Baby Got _____________?

If you’ve been to a wedding or a dance club, then I’m sure you’ve heard this song before.  Now, hear it played with an orchestra.

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We Are Americans

This video has been circulating around the web this weekend, and I think it’s a very powerful speech from our late President Reagan.

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Sanda Bullock Has Advice For Graduates

Sandra Bullock was a surprise speaker at the graduation ceremony for a group of about 200 students from the Warren Easton Charter High School on Monday morning, and here’s what she had to say. 

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