I think its okay to say, if we didn't like the swearing on the bible For me, it wasn't up for debate, it still isn't.I didn't like it
As for Dan , so he had a bitter jury no biggie. he wasn't the first. If he was so wonderful he should have known those he sent out that door might be bitter
WTG Ian!! He won HOH, he made his moves and even with his ADD I loved him. Luck? everyone has luck, Dan was lucky he had Danielle, because without her he would be long gone.
Last edited by Fanny Mare; 09-21-2012 at 02:37 PM.
The average dog is a nicer person than the average person
I thought Dan looked disappointed/hopeful as he strained to read the America's Choice over Julie's shoulder.
That was a great message! And I've had a terrible day, so thank you.I love random acts of kindness.Really, realy appreciated.Scott- RIP SDL<3
I thought Dan's game play was amazing even if it was distasteful to the others. He did what he felt was needed to get to the top two.
I really think he should have won for that reason but since he had won before, got $50K this time, I wasn't upset about his place as #2. Ian played extremely well also and I'm happy he won.
And how great was it to watch that very young (real age and maturity) to change and grow just during these weeks? It did wonders for his social skills and maturity level.
I think he's going to be very good looking someday when he fills out, ages, etc.
But what was brilliant about Dan is, he managed to have solid F2 deals with each, AND he managed to someone how isolate the other two so they (Ian & Dani) didn't have a F2 deal and, in fact, hated each other. (He seeded Dani with the idea that Ian had intellectual contempt for Dani. He seeded Ian with the idea that Dani was an idiot and blinded Ian with the "Renegades" fantasy-- Ian was such a BB super-fan and awed by actually being in an alliance with Dan, A Legend.)
How Dan convinced them BOTH to throw the final comp, I do not understand. They both had incredibly weak egos? Jedi mind tricks? I mean, his reasoning made no sense. His logic was basically "I (Dan) am a weak player. I won't win. You have to throw it for me, or I won't win." I'd be like: um, how does your being weak mean that I have to endanger my chances of getting to F2?
It's the same wierd logic that worked when Dan asked Dani to give him the Veto to take him off the block and put Shane up. His logic was essentially: "I don't trust you. Put me in a position where you have to trust me." It was just amazing how he always imposed his will on these weaker players and they never realized how one-sided his alliances were.
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I like how Ian said to Dan when Dan hinted at throwing the 3rd part how he was not going to throw it. I think he said he wanted his fate in his own hands? I have also read one interview where Dan said he did throw it, but several to where he said he did not. The mist didn't work at the very end, lol.