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Thread: Rob's Sordid Past - The Smoking Gun Strikes Again

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    Or perhaps they won't edit it at all... Scandals sell afterall, and the girl choosing "money" at the end now seems like a justified punishment. Well, at first I thought *yawn* yet another drunken male, but then it occurred to me, pretty close to a rape, lucky him that the girl knew how to defend herself and all he got was being kicked out of Navy.

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    In the Smoking Gun article when talking about what has all the girls in an uproar on tonights show it states that FLOM executive producer Bruce Nash says that the "tipsy bachelor placed his boot on a contestant's rear and then gave the woman a push." I hope they don't edit that one out! I wonder which girl gets the "boot" in the rear and if she is then "booted" off the show.

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    I bet


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    that NBC knew this all along, and is licking their chops at the ratings they will get tonight.

    Coincidence that this story broke the day that they air an episode with him getting socially lubricated and groping?

    This does make all his previous interviews pure comedy gold, though... from the presitgious medal he won for doing taxes in Georgia to the explanation as to why he doesn't own a TV, because he prefers to spend time reading, sailing, or frequenting local watering holes.

    I know that's one of the last things they remind you of when you complete substance abuse counseling... throw away your TV and spend more time in bars. And make sure you go drinking in the morning of St. Patrick's Day and end up having all your well-hidden secrets revealed on national TV.

    The guy's dumb, yes, but the network is not. They knew this all along...
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    You realize thier ratings just went way way up!

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    Well, I was going to watch it anyway, but now that they're promising us a little ass kickin' and drunken revelry, I won't miss a minute of it!

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    So Brock, next star of {{{{{Reality TV {{{{{{you should tell us your secrets now, before the scandal sheets get hold of them.

    So come on , what's your down and dirty. We won't tell.

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    HA!!!

    I can't tell you my show or anything like that, but I can tell you what scandals did NOT get me dismissed (i just fessed up to everything).

    I got a DWI when I was 27.

    I spent my first year in college on academic scholarship, but was not asked back for disciplinary (broken property) and academic (.25 GPA my Spring Semester) reasons.

    Same year of college (wow, that was a tough one!), I had consensual drunken sex with a girl from my dorm who claimed the next day I had taken advantage of her. She never called it date rape, and never pressed charges or told anyone in authority, but made it clear to me she chose not to remember that we were mutually all over each other at a party, and were seen having sex (with her on top, which doesn't usually happen in date rapes, as I understand it) by her roommate. This was the one I was most worried about, because it's a very sensitive issue, and though I know what really happened, and have witnesses to back me, she is free to claim whatever she wants.

    I have a tattoo and a piercing.

    I watch Gilmore Girls and sing the Kate Pierson part when I listen to Iggy Pop's "Candy".

    I enjoy a frosty adult beverage with great regularity.

    I've had some great experiences on drugs, and some lousy ones, and while I don't get the chance to do them now, wouldn't be averse to trying them again if one seemed really worth it.

    I am not gay, but will admit that Brad Pitt is one handsome devil.

    I was fired from a sporting goods store for shoplifing a hat by taking it off the racks, wearing it all day, and walking out with it at the end of my shift. I claimed complete idiocy as a defense, but apparently that wasn't good enough.

    I once walked out of a strip club with an outstanding debt of $500... explaining to the manager that there's no way in hell the dancer should have believed a 22-year old frat boy had enough cash to pay for 25 dances in a row... he agreed, told the dancer not to be so gullible, and told me if he ever saw me again he'd break off my leg and use it to kick my ass.

    So there. That's what you can get away with, and still be on a reality show. But you can't lie about it, and you can't be an evasive asshole when questioned about it.
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    1) Are you SURE you're not Bob?

    2) When will your show air (or would that give too much away)?

    3) Are those the only sordid details of your illustrious past that you can come up with? Surely you're leaving out a few? Think now, man, think!!!

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    Um... the IRS keeps sending me letters telling me I owe them $500 from my tax return in 1998. My argument, that I didn't have $500 in 1998, doesn't seem to be working.

    And although I don't have this in my past, I do plan on using my temporary fame to become a porn star in my future. Can I be pre-emptively ashamed for that?
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    Brock... you're totally a guy from the next season of "For Love or Money"... without a doubt. How else would you seem to know all of these girls personally?

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