If it comes down to Leo/Jamal running against Dave/Connor for F3, they will U-turn.
There's no place like home!
It sure would be interesting to see that melt down, huh?
I'm suspecting if the Afghanimals get there near the beginning, the board showed no one U-turned yet, they will U-turn who they consider to be the biggest competition. On the plus side, it looks like the Afghanimals WON'T get U-turned for a change. That'll be nice for them.
Happy Birthday, sir, despite the circumstances.--John Green
'don't let the haters stop you from doing your thang.'
I live in an area with a LOT of Mormons. I worked for 20 years for a company where I interacted daily with a number of Mormon men. I NEVER in all that time heard a Mormon man say, "I HATE" when referring to another person. Dave's use of that word ("We HATE Brenchel") really struck me because he has also referred to their team as "a couple of Mormon guys from Utah."
Any good feeling I had for them went out the window with the pronouncement of hatred. It's an ugly word when used in that context.
So you are judging him as a terrible person because he used the word hate? Seriously I am Catholic and I have said "Oh my God, I freaking hate so and so" in the heat of competition. Because I'm not perfect. Neither is Dave. And you seem to suggest that people of faith must be held to a higher standard of moral judgment( otherwise why mention living near Mormons and Dave saying he is a Mormon) than someone who doesn't proclaim their faith. Dave yelled "Oh my God, I hate the Brachels" while running in the middle of competition-are you passing judgment on him based on that word? Because there is a monumental difference between what he said and someone saying I HATE YOU!" in a rageful manner. As I wrote I'm not perfect, I've yelled "I hate The Yankees, you, the government, you mom" and about a 100 different things and people." Yet no one thinks I'm a hypocrite or that I'm not living up to my morals and faith. If anyone says they've never said "I hate so and so" they are lying." No one is perfect.
I agree that no one is perfect. But I also must say that I have never - as an adult - said that I hate someone. I just feel like that is as poisonous to the person who says and feels it as the nastiness it directs to its target. There have been people in my past who would deserve having that said, but I just can't say it. I may say that I hate what they did, but I cannot hate the person. Anger towards them? You bet. Determined to never be in a room with them again? Sometimes necessary for self-protection. But hate? Can't do it.
My bet is that Dave and Connor win the whole thing. That is just a gut feeling and maybe wishful thinking. No idea about 2nd and 3rd although I'm afraid that Brendan/Rachel will be somewhere in there.
I do like Jet and Cord, but I think they're going to make a big mistake somewhere along the line that might knock them out.
I think Jennifer and Caroline are going to finish higher than most people expect and I hope they do just to counter all the anti-blonde things I read.
Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.
-- Benjamin Franklin, Historical Review of Pennsylvania, 1759