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Discovery Channel’s “Big Giant Swords” Reality Show Review

I started seeing the promos a while ago where this Irish dude would make this big ridiculous swords and test them out and sell them.  I thought it looked ridiculous.  My wife thought the same.  So naturally, when it came on TV last night we just had to watch.  And guess what?  It's ridiculous in a fun way.

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Ken Hayes
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Sam Adams Summer Ale Review, A Good Summer Pick

If you're a real beer drinker, sometimes these "limy" or half lemonade beers don't work on a hot summer day.  I'm one of those people.

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Duck Dynasty “Duck Commander” Wine Review

Yesterday I found myself once again at the liquor store heading for my usual beverages when I saw this at the end cap.  Duck Commander Wine.  Well, what the heck, let's try it!  Would it be good?  Is it really worth $10?  Will it make me say racist, homophobic things?  There's only one way to tell.  I bought it, went home, and shared it with my wife.

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Tyler Farr’s New Single “Whiskey In My Water”

I think it's required by contract when you are a country singer that eventually you'll have to sing a song about whiskey.  Tyler Farr has met his obligation with his new tune "Whiskey In My Water."

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‘Carrie’ Review

For a gal named Carrie White, she's sure got a lot of red on her.

Watching Kimberly Peirce's 'Carrie' is an odd experience. If you've seen Brian De Palma's version from 1976, this new version is - and there's really no point in denying this - like watching a cover band. There's a tweaked scene here and there (including a new, creepy-as-heck opening) plus the addition of cell phones and references to 'Dancing With The Stars.' This remake, more than most, really feels like hitting the same marks. It may be a peculiarity specific to 'Carrie,' because, let's face it, not a whole heck of a lot happens in this story. Considering most moviegoers' familiarity, there's plenty of room to stew and think, "Why is this considered such a classic?"

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Hormel Compleats Product Review

I recently purchased a couple of microwavable Hormel Compleats lunches.  They were about 2 bucks at the store, and thought it would be good to have on hand.  I had read some poor reviews of them, but thought it would be worth a try.  Why not?  What do I got to lose?

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Maggie Rose
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Maggie Rose, ‘Cut to Impress’ – Album Review

'Cut to Impress' by Maggie Rose is one of the more entertaining listens of the year. Fans will either embrace the dark, swampy sound the singer creates with producer James Stroud, or they'll be terrified by her bad girl persona and downright chilling stories. The album is no teddy bear.

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Shooter Jennings, ‘The Other Life’ – Album Review

Fans of early albums from Shooter Jennings will appreciate the singer's return to center on 'The Other Life,' his sixth studio album, available for purchase as of March 12. Still far from mainstream, the collection of songs isn't quite as experimental as projects that followed 'Put the "O" Back in Country.'

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Identity Thief review
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‘Identity Thief’ Review

Funny is, of course, subjective. I find Woody Allen funny but there are plenty of people who find him about as amusing as being slowly asphyxiated in plastic bags from CVS. Still, I'll hazard to guess that there is no one who will find Melissa McCarthy obnoxiously singing along to Kelis' not-at-all-current "Milkshake" funny. Especially when 'Identity Thief' - a new "comedy" with McCarthy and Jason Bateman - goes to quite successful lengths to make you HATE her character. And you just might wind up hating this movie too.

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The Lost Trailers, ‘American Beauty’ – Song Review

The new single from the Lost Trailers continues down a singer-songwriter path the now-duo began to cut with ‘Underdog’ in 2011. While once a party band, their new sound is more Jason Mraz than Jason Aldean. The change fits. 

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Pat Green, ‘All Just to Get to You’ – Song Review

Pat Green takes a second break from writing his own songs to honor ten artists who’ve influenced him on ‘Songs We Wish We’d Written II.’ The lead single finds the Texas-born hitmaker taking a rock n’ roll approach to ‘All Just to Get to You’ by Joe Ely.

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Photo by Neilson Barnard/Getty Images
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Charlie Sheen-Less ‘Two And A Half Men’: What the Critics Are Saying

The critics are speaking, you can read some reviews after the jump!  Nearly 28 million views tuned in to see the new 'Two and a Half Men'.  Did you watch it and what did you think of show without Charlie Sheen?

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