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redneck

1. n. a stereotypic southern bigot. (Derogatory. Also a term of address.) Look, you stupid redneck, try to understand.
2. mod. in the manner of a southern bigot. I don’t follow that kind of redneck thinking.
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Although rednecks are often portrayed stereotypically in the media as right-wing, conservative Christians obsessed with moral and political issues, in country songs convicts, outlaws, alcoholics, hookers, cheaters, and other sinners are not held up as reprobates to be condemned, but rather those who do condemn them are held up as hypocrites who have no right to judge.
Just use the gun to scare off the Canadian Rednecks if they get in your way.
As we were filling up with petrol, some real redneck cowboy types began taking the p**s out of Roy Wood.
Pc Christian Allanson overheard Butt say loudly into his mobile phone: "'I'm just here with these white redneck hooligans'.
While you can count openly liberal country stars on one hand (due largely to the fear of being "Dixie Chicked" into oblivion), Rednecks reveals that many Music Row execs are outspoken liberals who know that tunes like "I Raq and Roll" are simply good for the bottom line.
In his new book Hick Flicks: The Rise and Fall of Redneck Cinema, Scott Von Doviak has given the study of this important decade a much-needed shot of moonshine.
Legalize that shit, it's gonna ruin moonshine liquor forever," spits one of the rednecks.
Forty-five minutes later, Bubba and Darrel, the rednecks, came back and they were totally exhausted.
The only difference between Brooklyn, NY and Birmingham, AL is that you can't get a gun rack in a Trans Am," starts the book's blurb, continuing with "This is the cold, hard, hilarious conclusion of Redneck Nation.
REDNECKS, EGGHEADS AND BLACKFELLAS: A STUDY OF RACIAL POWER AND INTIMACY IN AUSTRALIA Gillian Cowlishaw St Leonards: Allen & Unwin, 2000, 252 pp.
To John it doesn't seem much like The good ol' USA, 'Cause rednecks are in very short supply.
Trying to explain why the music created at Sam Phillips' Sun Studios in the early to mid '50s became rock 'n' roll's sacred dirt, legendary producer/hillbilly esthete Jim Dickinson once suggested the source was: "A bunch of crazy rednecks playing nigger music.
It's charming to follow this Indian raised in Trinidad, who looks from his jacket photograph like an aged Seminole or Creek, as he checks in and out of rural motels in Mississippi and Alabama, discovers rednecks for the first time and tries to imagine that he's back on the Ganges: "In a pond beside the road on the way to Fort Oglethorpe [Georgia], cattle stood in muddy water up to their bellies--one might have been in India.
But ask Bryan "Frixy" Simons, the frontman of the up and coming rap/rock powerhouse White Trash Cowboys, and Terry ("T-Bone") Martin, the band's guitarist and Bryan's partner in musical crime, and they'll call their hometown the way they still see it: a bastion of trailer park hicks and stereotypical rednecks.