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    Quote Originally Posted by woogie
    And Brock, I still love you, even in the shimmering desert heat.
    ooh, what if I turn out to be Paige Jones? Wouldn't that be a holler!
    Oooooh... my very own Paige! The potential excitement and drama boggles my primitive caveman mind!
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    ooops

    my earlier message should in NO WAY be construed as a dis to the multi-talented caligirl's marvelous recaps on FLOM 1! my comment -- clumsily, it seems -- meant to convey how surprised I was that Bumpkin was just as good. chalk it up to jet lag!
    -- the woog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bumpkin
    Chris: 27, California – Entrepreneur [/B]
    Call me a skeptic. I'm reading ‘entrepreneur’ as ‘unemployed.’ But what do I know? Perhaps he’s making a killing on eBay, or selling motivational tapes. Or both. I’ll give Chris the benefit of the doubt here, because he loves Brooke Burns - and his mom. At the very least he caused Erin to gush “Wow.”
    In light of the recent developments, I conclude that "Web Entrepreneur" means amateur porn star.
    *A man's maturity-consists in having found again the seriousness one had as a child, at play. (Nietzsch)*

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissPoison
    At the very least he caused Erin to gush “Wow.”
    One more thing: Erin said "Wow" not even seeing the whole thing.
    *A man's maturity-consists in having found again the seriousness one had as a child, at play. (Nietzsch)*

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    Bah! Miss Poison ...

    Thankfully I had not read that when I wrote the recap. And *thankfully* he was eliminated, so I don't have to resist the urge to talk about his .. um pursuits ...

    Quote Originally Posted by MissPoison
    In light of the recent developments, I conclude that "Web Entrepreneur" means amateur porn star.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bumpkin
    Bah! Miss Poison ...

    Thankfully I had not read that when I wrote the recap. And *thankfully* he was eliminated, so I don't have to resist the urge to talk about his .. um pursuits ...
    Up to this point, I was telling people that I was in web business myself. Now, I might think twice before saying some like that.
    *A man's maturity-consists in having found again the seriousness one had as a child, at play. (Nietzsch)*

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    Great recap Bumpkin!
    So you are saying Munch is a no?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eny
    So you are saying Munch is a no?
    uh .. yeah. It was Daisy Duke that did me in.

    You know - I've read elsewhere in this forum that the original casting call was for men making more than $70K a year. And I'm thinking, Munch? no way! But if it is true, then I am definitely signing up for that two-week bartending class advertisement I see in the papers all the time.

    Go figure ...

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    Thanks for the excellent recap, Bumpkin!

    I had houseguests all this week, and so as to not appear like a complete freak, I kept my reality TV addiction on the downlow (next thing you'll know, I'll be keeping little portable TV's hidden all over the house, like in a closet, or desk drawer, next to my whiskey flasks).

    I really appreciate you and the FoRT for being my "enablers"--and reading your recap was probably vastly more enjoyable than sitting through the actual show anyway.

    I had many a chortle reading your recap--I'd quote the laugh lines but there are so many, it would be like cutting and pasting the whole bloody thing.

    Thanks again, Bump. I look forward to reading your next recap!
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