Pity our wretched little (third) world traveler Kendra, having to deal with Africa yet again. Feel her pain, empathize with the burden she endures; after all, ďweíve already been to a third world country!Ē Someone hand me a tissue, please. But wait! Things arenít so bad; itís a more palatable type of poverty. After her epiphany that they like it that way, in addition to noting the cattle are fed, all is right in her world; sheís so jazzed she may even take home a child as a souvenir.
Iíve reached the point where Iím getting the greatest kick out of the demonstrative moaning and misery offered up by the racers. One trick pony Rebecca again (and again) lets Adam and anyone in ear or eye range know just how bad it is being her and having to put up with him/her/whatever. Instead of repelling him, however, it appears to turn him on to the point of wanting to lap dance on her. Going to the temple was a hoot. Even though she sees Adam taking an exit stage left, she has too much respect for the sacred site and too little for the notion of competing to shout out to him, presumably preferring to murmur a prayer instead. Adam doesnít do pressure all that well, even after the fact. I truly enjoyed his herky-jerky little rant dance after completing the task. I also think Adam ought to have his eyes examined if he still thinks the Ethiopia that was shown is green all over.
I donít understand Jonathonís inclination to go shirtless when unnecessary. Is he hoping for a Playgirl spread or something?
Why so many chose the mud pitching over carrying the roof with plenty of assistance is beyond my understanding. Has Bolo gotten to the point where he fears stroking out, having gotten too close to his cardiovascular threshold? Jonathon/Victoria I understand; he probably didnít feel he could count on her, but he ought to know by now the task doesnít make a difference, sheíll try and find a way of turning it into a nightmare. Just what was her problem this time? Unlike Freddy (a trooper), she didnít seem to injure herself, not unless it was on a psychic level. Iíd really begun to have a greater appreciation for some of Jonathonís histrionics by this point, and realized that I may have gotten a clue a bit too late to matter. Was it getting (presumably) hired help that sunk these two? I thought they had started with two donkeys before they set out and handed over the reins and responsibility to another.
I donít know that she is one, but there isnít anything in what she said there that demonstrates to me that she isnít. Has she also made reference to packing up northern or southern European kids to remove from their world for her own enjoyment and due to the elevation in stature she apparently feels over them and their environment? Ethiopia may indeed be poor in comparison to other regions, but the manner of living that was depicted to me implied tradition more than deprivation.Originally Posted by Lil_Cutie