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    Re: 4/6 TAR 29 Episode 2 Show Discussion West Coast**Spoilers**

    Ashton need to get over the coin flip that didn't happen. Seriously they were first and second in line. It's not like it cost them the race.
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    Not to defend Shamir too much, but he didn't seem to break the window on purpose so I'd give him a bye on a penalty.
    As for his partner Sara, she is dating Logan now so she got something out of the race, even if she doesn't end up winning the million with Shamir (and I really don't want Shamir to win).
    When you smash your fist into something out of anger, there's always a chance it will break. How is that "not on purpose?"
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    I must say though, I'm not mad at all about the team that got eliminated, if only because the taller of the two, back in the first episode during the choose-your-teammate part at the start, took one look at Jenn and said in a confessional that the only person she didn't want to be teamed up with was "Asian Barbie". That made me instantly dislike her, so in a way I'm actually glad she got eliminated.

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    When you smash your fist into something out of anger, there's always a chance it will break. How is that "not on purpose?"
    It seemed to me that he was pounding on the glass, trying to get them to open the window so he could get in and off the harness. I don't think it was his intention to break or damage the glass, that is what I meant.
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    I am firmly on Team Don't like Shamir. Another team to dislike this race.

    I wasn't overly sad the Swole Sisters were eliminated but other teams I would have liked to see go before them.

    I do like the first place team more now.

    Team Fun and the team that got first last week are still my running favorites.
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    "When you smash your fist into something out of anger, there's always a chance it will break. How is that "not on purpose?""

    Yep...he yelled and punched the glass. That was definitely on purpose.

    And "swole" means muscular...as in swollen. It's usually used to refer to the big muscle dudes, but I suppose you can use it for women as well.

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    I kept wondering why Shamir didn't take a bunch of extra clothing, bunch it up, and shove it down his pants to try to cushion the, um, situation.
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    Phil was definitely not impressed with the whining on the mat. I loved his "Have you never been in a harness before?" because it was so clear in how he asked that what happened was normal and gave Shamir a chance to show yet again that he is a huge baby about it when he whined "no, I haven't" like a child. I definitely read Phil's demeanor as he wanted to tell him to suck it up or shut up. There's a difference between Alpha and Ahole; I wonder if Shamir knows what it is.
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    Re: 4/6 TAR 29 Episode 2 Show Discussion West Coast**Spoilers**

    Quote Originally Posted by Jamie5632 View Post
    Phil was definitely not impressed with the whining on the mat. I loved his "Have you never been in a harness before?" because it was so clear in how he asked that what happened was normal and gave Shamir a chance to show yet again that he is a huge baby about it when he whined "no, I haven't" like a child. I definitely read Phil's demeanor as he wanted to tell him to suck it up or shut up. There's a difference between Alpha and Ahole; I wonder if Shamir knows what it is.
    If he had come to me, I'd have said suck it up buttercup..LOL ( thank goodness I'm not Phil)
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    In the past, haven't there been car accidents where other vehicles/property have been damaged because of a racer's carelessness or inattention? How were those damages handled? I'd say the broken window should have been handled the same way in terms of how its replacement was handled and whether or not there was a time penalty.

    I also don't know how he broke that window without getting some cuts himself--and I sincerely hope no one inside the building was standing where he/she could have been hit by flying glass if he was trying to get the attention of someone in the room to help him.

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