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    Re: Ron **spoilers**

    Quote Originally Posted by goldie2;3036761;
    Give us some clues..what does it start with..and don't say G...
    Are you referring to finding the thread with the other posts? Just click on his name: thesheriff and read the other posts. But they are all located on the non spoiler thread under his name. See Ron - Bachelorette 4

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    Ron, one more question por favor,

    Have you read all the insider's background information on Jeremy here? All the posts from people that know him? Does Jeremy's past with all he has gone through, and overcome, give you more insight into Jeremy's personality? In hindsight, knowing what you know now, would you have the same position that you did then?

    Thanks. Just curious. And, I do like straight shooters. Thanks for being one.

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    Bringing this over for thesheriff.....

    Hello all... it's Ron. Now, before you go running the other direction from Evil Ron…..just kidding!

    First of all, you guys are great... no matter what you've said about me, Jeremy, Twilley, Graham, Jesse, or any of the other guys. When you think about it, it's you – the fans - that have given ABC a reason to produce the show season after season. A show that I was selected to be a part of and has changed my life in an unbelieveably positive way.

    I learned about this site shortly after returning from filming and I've been reading it ever since. It’s addicting. Some of you guys are brutal, some of you made me laugh and some of you are so right on with your guesses that I wonder if you were on set during filming. There is so much I would like to tell you from my point of view, not only about me, but about what the process is like, what goes on when the cameras are not filming, what they edit out. The process, however, is something we can't talk about. Letting you behind the curtain is not something the Wizard appreciates... that's my guess as to why you don't hear from Twilley anymore, he was telling you too much and "the man" got to him.

    The first thing you should really understand is how bizzare this was for all of us to be on display with microphones and cameras around catching our expressions (how many can I possibly have by the way?), our reactions, and our thoughts unfold for all to see. We all did the best we could and hoped for the best. I can’t speak for anyone else, but it was a life-altering experience for me.

    While I can’t reveal all the unedited scenes, you can only imagine how many there are with cameras rolling 24/7 and only 88 minutes of 8 weekly episodes. I think the viewers would love to see how much fun we had throughout the weeks. This was one of the most entertaining group of guys I've ever been around since my college buddies.

    If you’re still reading…here's what I'd like to say. I was married for nine years (to a beautiful woman that I still talk to) and telling someone you love them is not a joke. Wanting to have children with a person you love is not a joke. Divorcing someone you loved is not a joke. I took the process seriously, as DeAnna wanted us to, and from my personal perspective I wanted to know if DeAnna was doing the same. I knew next to nothing about her when I got out of that limo the first night to meet her. The way I approached it was she needed to spark a flame in me as much as I needed to spark a flame in her. I played football at the University of Colorado with Ryan Sutter (the first winner on the season 1 of the Bachelorette) and I sought he and Trista out for some advice before going on the show. Their advice was “don't do anything you don't feel comfortable doing and be yourself”. With that being said, some of us knew from the beginning that we weren't the one for DeAnna. "Stepping up to the plate" becomes a lie if you don't mean it, or feel it. Trying to "win" someone’s heart becomes controlling and manipulative when you start saying things you don't mean. Knowing yourself and being comfortable with who you are was something we talked a lot about on the set... most of us wanted DeAnna to find the best match and we were ok if it wasn't us. My friendships with the other guys were about being our best so DeAnna could see who we really were... no acting, no trying to win... chemistry is chemistry and if you don't have it with another person that doesn't mean you lose, or got rejected. I’m not trying to be cliché or cheesy. I really believe that.

    My interaction with Jeremy was unfortunately much too focused on, and quite honestly had very little to do with my progress with DeAnna. I wish him well and encourage his fans to continue to cheer him on.

    I hope this sheds a little light into the inner-workings of reality tv from someone who had a few more minutes than his allotted 10 minutes of fame.

    Have fun watching the show!

    Ronnie Mayer
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    Ron, yes we can be harsh (sadly) but this forum allows us to say whatever we want and we often use the contestants to vent our frustrations. As long as we are respectful of the other members. But, even when we are harsh, mean or unkind in any way; we become sorry and apologetic as soon as we see words like yours reflecting that the show changed your life in an unbelievably positive way. With that, you have us with hello! Thank you for joining us and for those searching for his awesome first post on the other thread, I have brought it over.
    You correctly posted over there, sadly this one will be closed since there will no longer be anymore spoilers on you.

    Quote Originally Posted by the sheriff
    Hello all... it's Ron. Now, before you go running the other direction from Evil Ron…..just kidding!

    First of all, you guys are great... no matter what you've said about me, Jeremy, Twilley, Graham, Jesse, or any of the other guys. When you think about it, it's you – the fans - that have given ABC a reason to produce the show season after season. A show that I was selected to be a part of and has changed my life in an unbelieveably positive way.

    I learned about this site shortly after returning from filming and I've been reading it ever since. It’s addicting. Some of you guys are brutal, some of you made me laugh and some of you are so right on with your guesses that I wonder if you were on set during filming. There is so much I would like to tell you from my point of view, not only about me, but about what the process is like, what goes on when the cameras are not filming, what they edit out. The process, however, is something we can't talk about. Letting you behind the curtain is not something the Wizard appreciates... that's my guess as to why you don't hear from Twilley anymore, he was telling you too much and "the man" got to him.

    The first thing you should really understand is how bizzare this was for all of us to be on display with microphones and cameras around catching our expressions (how many can I possibly have by the way?), our reactions, and our thoughts unfold for all to see. We all did the best we could and hoped for the best. I can’t speak for anyone else, but it was a life-altering experience for me.

    While I can’t reveal all the unedited scenes, you can only imagine how many there are with cameras rolling 24/7 and only 88 minutes of 8 weekly episodes. I think the viewers would love to see how much fun we had throughout the weeks. This was one of the most entertaining group of guys I've ever been around since my college buddies.

    If you’re still reading…here's what I'd like to say. I was married for nine years (to a beautiful woman that I still talk to) and telling someone you love them is not a joke. Wanting to have children with a person you love is not a joke. Divorcing someone you loved is not a joke. I took the process seriously, as DeAnna wanted us to, and from my personal perspective I wanted to know if DeAnna was doing the same. I knew next to nothing about her when I got out of that limo the first night to meet her. The way I approached it was she needed to spark a flame in me as much as I needed to spark a flame in her. I played football at the University of Colorado with Ryan Sutter (the first winner on the season 1 of the Bachelorette) and I sought he and Trista out for some advice before going on the show. Their advice was “don't do anything you don't feel comfortable doing and be yourself”. With that being said, some of us knew from the beginning that we weren't the one for DeAnna. "Stepping up to the plate" becomes a lie if you don't mean it, or feel it. Trying to "win" someone’s heart becomes controlling and manipulative when you start saying things you don't mean. Knowing yourself and being comfortable with who you are was something we talked a lot about on the set... most of us wanted DeAnna to find the best match and we were ok if it wasn't us. My friendships with the other guys were about being our best so DeAnna could see who we really were... no acting, no trying to win... chemistry is chemistry and if you don't have it with another person that doesn't mean you lose, or got rejected. I’m not trying to be cliché or cheesy. I really believe that.

    My interaction with Jeremy was unfortunately much too focused on, and quite honestly had very little to do with my progress with DeAnna. I wish him well and encourage his fans to continue to cheer him on.

    I hope this sheds a little light into the inner-workings of reality tv from someone who had a few more minutes than his allotted 10 minutes of fame.

    Have fun watching the show!

    Ronnie Mayer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lellis819;3036844;
    Bringing this over for thesheriff.....

    Hello all... it's Ron. Now, before you go running the other direction from Evil Ron…..just kidding!

    First of all, you guys are great... no matter what you've said about me, Jeremy, Twilley, Graham, Jesse, or any of the other guys. When you think about it, it's you – the fans - that have given ABC a reason to produce the show season after season. A show that I was selected to be a part of and has changed my life in an unbelieveably positive way.

    I learned about this site shortly after returning from filming and I've been reading it ever since. It’s addicting. Some of you guys are brutal, some of you made me laugh and some of you are so right on with your guesses that I wonder if you were on set during filming. There is so much I would like to tell you from my point of view, not only about me, but about what the process is like, what goes on when the cameras are not filming, what they edit out. The process, however, is something we can't talk about. Letting you behind the curtain is not something the Wizard appreciates... that's my guess as to why you don't hear from Twilley anymore, he was telling you too much and "the man" got to him.

    The first thing you should really understand is how bizzare this was for all of us to be on display with microphones and cameras around catching our expressions (how many can I possibly have by the way?), our reactions, and our thoughts unfold for all to see. We all did the best we could and hoped for the best. I can’t speak for anyone else, but it was a life-altering experience for me.

    While I can’t reveal all the unedited scenes, you can only imagine how many there are with cameras rolling 24/7 and only 88 minutes of 8 weekly episodes. I think the viewers would love to see how much fun we had throughout the weeks. This was one of the most entertaining group of guys I've ever been around since my college buddies.

    If you’re still reading…here's what I'd like to say. I was married for nine years (to a beautiful woman that I still talk to) and telling someone you love them is not a joke. Wanting to have children with a person you love is not a joke. Divorcing someone you loved is not a joke. I took the process seriously, as DeAnna wanted us to, and from my personal perspective I wanted to know if DeAnna was doing the same. I knew next to nothing about her when I got out of that limo the first night to meet her. The way I approached it was she needed to spark a flame in me as much as I needed to spark a flame in her. I played football at the University of Colorado with Ryan Sutter (the first winner on the season 1 of the Bachelorette) and I sought he and Trista out for some advice before going on the show. Their advice was “don't do anything you don't feel comfortable doing and be yourself”. With that being said, some of us knew from the beginning that we weren't the one for DeAnna. "Stepping up to the plate" becomes a lie if you don't mean it, or feel it. Trying to "win" someone’s heart becomes controlling and manipulative when you start saying things you don't mean. Knowing yourself and being comfortable with who you are was something we talked a lot about on the set... most of us wanted DeAnna to find the best match and we were ok if it wasn't us. My friendships with the other guys were about being our best so DeAnna could see who we really were... no acting, no trying to win... chemistry is chemistry and if you don't have it with another person that doesn't mean you lose, or got rejected. I’m not trying to be cliché or cheesy. I really believe that.

    My interaction with Jeremy was unfortunately much too focused on, and quite honestly had very little to do with my progress with DeAnna. I wish him well and encourage his fans to continue to cheer him on.

    I hope this sheds a little light into the inner-workings of reality tv from someone who had a few more minutes than his allotted 10 minutes of fame.

    Have fun watching the show!

    Ronnie Mayer
    What a great post.
    Thanks so much for bringing this over for all to read.
    It shows once again--for those who still need convincing--Fleiss and the edit--what else can you say?
    Thanks Ron and hope you will be back soon.

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    Re: Ron **spoilers**

    Quote Originally Posted by thesheriff;3036748;
    Hello all... this is Ron... I just posted something on the other thread you have for me under "The Bachelorette"... sorry, don't know how to bring it over here but I didn't know which one you all were on so I just chose one... it's just something from me to you now that I'm off... keep watching and cheering your favorites on... there will be a new villan, go easy on him... Ronnie

    Hey, Ron, great to see you stop buy. Most of us know that Fleiss chooses characters for each person and edits them to fit that mold. Jeremy has a lot of rabid fans, as do the other guys, so you'll take a few knocks here and there. Not to worry, though. Most of us just see this as entertainment and realize it's anything but "reality".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lellis819;3036844;

    Hello all... it's Ron. Now, before you go running the other direction from Evil Ron…..just kidding!......Have fun watching the show!

    Ronnie Mayer
    I shortened your post so I could respond, but I wanted to say that I REALLY enjoyed it!! We all know they splice and dice your conversations so I always took your 'evil villain' status with a grain of salt.

    I love the attitude you went into the show with and am glad to hear you were true to yourself. Nothing more important than that!!

    Thanks for stopping by and shedding some light.

    ps-- love the haircut you gave Sean!!
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    Re: Ron **spoilers**

    Quote Originally Posted by thesheriff;3036643;
    Hello all... it's Ron. Now, before you go running the other direction from Evil Ron…..just kidding!

    Ronnie Mayer
    Ron! Glad to hear your side of the story...and welcome to FORT

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    Welcome aboard Ron, and glad to hear your input and side of it, too!

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    Re: Ron **spoilers**

    Quote Originally Posted by goldie2;3036761;
    Give us some clues..what does it start with..and don't say G...
    LOL! Too bad we've got so many "J's" around there ... that wouldn't help much either.
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