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  1. HEY PLEATHER YOU AROUND I NEED A FAVOUR

    1. Ace

      Ace

      Ned a Fake Claim?

      Need*

    2. Mick

      Mick

      BRING BACK UNK

  2. Regarding the above theory/bookish/tv show spoilering.
  3. So, I'm beginning to think the seasonal lumping people together theme is getting more and more arbitrary as we go. I'm hoping for some strong characters to come out of it at least, but truthfully the number of missionaries scares me slightly.
  4. I personally feel there has to be some personal responsibility in it. I mean Keith SHOULD have known the risk. You've got a game bot sitting there repeatedly saying "We're fine going to rocks and if you vote against us you'll go home." two idols are played and there's a tie. You know that if you go to rocks you're eliminated. Saying okay to that? Keith gets what he deserves 9 out of 10 times. I agree it's not fair. But when multiple idols are in play these are the situations we come to, and forcing two people that should be immune before a final 4 to go to fire because Keith doesn't have a sense of self-preservation would be equally unfair. I get your point and can actually see you being correct on it. But my personal perception is altered by a guy almost willingly committing game suicide because he doesn't want to change his vote.
  5. Keith wasn't immune. Three people were. There was tie. And a revote, during which Keith or anyone else could've changed their vote. Knowing that it was going to rocks (maybe knowing, he might have been confused) Keith said 'Let's do it.' That right there going by the established rules should've made Tasha and Kimmie immune and sent Keith home. Instead given the oddness of the situation they explain what's going to happen and give him or anyone else a third chance to change his vote and save his life. He still almost quit. It's not a fair situation, but it's final 6, forcing kimmi and tasha to go to fire when Keith twice made a clear decision that would send him home at a different tribal? Wouldn't be the correct way to handle it either.
  6. SHE'S THE QUEEN OF THE SILVER DOLLAR
    AND SHE RULES THIS SM-OKY KINGDOM
    AND HER SCEPTER IS A WINE GLASS
    AND A BARSTOOL IS HER THROOONE

    1. GRIFT

      GRIFT

      AND THE JESTERS THEY FLOCK AROUND HER
      AND THEY FIGHT TO WIN HER FAVORS
      AND SEE WHICH ONE WILL TAKE THE QUEEN
      OF THE SILVER DOLLAR
      HOME.
      *Triumphant horns and hollering*

  7. When I was small my father had gotten a brand new video camera, and spent nearly every waking moment that he was around the family playing with it. Even when he was busy doing other things, he'd just put the camera down and let it film the back of his head as he made toast. When our houses burned in 97, we were asleep, we escaped unharmed but unable to grab our possessions, each of us in various states of undress. My dad? Salvaged only his wallet, and with the help of my brother, 4 large cardboard boxes full of vhs tapes he'd shot through my childhood. My first musical memories (as caught on film.) occurred on a road trip to Wyoming. Old Rivers - Walter Brennan. Mr. Custer - Larry Verne. Little Rosa - Red Sovine. Before the Next Tear Drop Falls - Freddy Fender. Save the Last Dance for Me - The Drifters. Bed of Roses - The Statler Brothers. and I'm still not certain how he made the drive time play list, but I'm so happy he did. Pusherman - Curtis Mayfield. When I was 9 I found a Dr. Hook cassette tape on the floor of my school bus, and Queen of the Silver Dollar became my sound track for many many years.
  8. A strange suggestion perhaps. I find something oddly sinister about this ad, I saw it for the first time yesterday and it made me feel the same kind of creeping corporate dread I feel when I watch the truth ads.
  9. Mixology. fantastic show.
  10. Pleatherface

    True Blood

    The Tommy Mickens and Maxine Fortenberry show would have entertained me thoroughly.
  11. Not a flattering picture. He looks like a hobo that happens to be a physical fitness enthusiast. Fur ruffles just suit that man. .
  12. Honestly "No fair!" "Oh, alright. You win." would be an amazing way to handle death matches.
  13. He could be just hoping that Spencer doesn't win immunity at this point, but I can' help but feel it was a mistake. Because if Spence wins just one more time, Tony's done. At final four, Kass and Woo have no reason not to vote for him and test his idol claim., and with Spencer guaranteed at final 3? Who wants Tony to be the third there? Trish would be his only protection at a final four with a safe Spencer, and serve as a buffer to make certain that they're wouldn't be any slick last second decisions even if Kass or Woo pulled out an immunity win. Voting out Trish shows either great confidence in his allies, a gamble on Spencer's chances of winning, or just out and out fear of Trish. And I don't see the reason for the fear. Sarah, Jefra, and maybe LJ (maybe, but doubt it) are the odds on favorite votes for Trish over Tony. Trish isn't Natalie White, and Tony isn't a Hantz. Morgan will vote in a way that makes her look good on television, so solid money would be for her making fun of Trish and Kass because she's a vile character and not an actual person. Jeremiah is a coin flip. Tasha votes for who she thinks played the best game, and in a final 3 with Tony, Trish, and Kass/Woo? She's voting Tony. Woo I think would be bummed, but good hearted enough to vote for Tony. Spencer votes Tony all day long. What has Trish done on the island to appear as any kind of threat to the players? We've seen her big moves of taking out Cliff, bringing in Kass who was planning on flipping anyway, and standing by while Tony took out his own alliance and telling everyone to maintain loyalty. But has anyone playing the game seen her do anything other than yelling at people and being repeatedly blindsided by her partner? Trish is a threat if people like her or really hate Tony. Otherwise she's one of many older white women that thought they'd beat their Russell by doing nothing of note and standing next to him. She's nowhere near the level of guaranteed win that Spencer is if he makes final three, and I can't figure out why Tony would see losing the protection she offers at final 4 an acceptable loss, to mitigate a slight spite vote threat.
  14. I have given up on trying to understand this move. Because I just can't comprehend...
  15. Kass explained her move rather well in her confessionals, and really summed up her entire game. She wants to be the one that decides how things go. She wants to have the big moves and play the exciting game. She's a fringe at best member of the alliance, but she's the one that blows up because Tony turns on Jefra? Nonsense. It's jealousy. The same reason she originally flipped. She didn't feel special. Tonight was the only chance to send Tony home before final 4, and that shot rested solely on getting him to play his after the votes idol and burn the other one to save trish and send someone home. Either way it was a busted plan, because Tony was more than willing to hang onto his idol and let Trish dangle if they had split the votes. Tony makes final four now, and probably wins. There's no way around it unless someone hits him with a rock.
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