Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.
-- Benjamin Franklin, Historical Review of Pennsylvania, 1759
When you come to a fork in the road, take it.
-- Yogi Berra
I can't remember Rocky or Lisi. Mookie, Dreamz, Burton, & Adumb were just plain 'ol idiots, lol. I actually forgot all about them until you mentioned them!
Artificial intelligence is no match for natural stupidity.
I agree with the above posts, I don't like Abi, all she is to me is annoying, BUT there were way worse contestants in the show.
I remember watching One World, I couldn't even stomach an episode with Colton in it, he was just plain mean and a bully.
I never watched Fiji, but I did hear that, that cast was dreadful
WGWG: White Guy with Guitar, best show example being American Idol. WGWGs are usually young and widely considered to be attractive, thus forming the expectation that the young female audience would be standing behind them throughout the show, no matter how much vocal talent they have or, as is often the case, lack. As with the country cult, their huge following has shown to spell doom for anybody that doesn't fit the WGWG description.
Here's my problem with Abi. She has such a sense of entitlement -- she thinks she should win, but she doesn't see that she needs to actually play the game in order to do that. She has given no thought to the steps she must take to accomplish her goal. No social game, no building bridges, no thought of jury votes.
Ironically, Survivor actually comes with a game plan right on the logo: outwit, outplay, outlast. Follow those steps and you might reach your goal. But Abi seems to be following the out-moan, out-whine, out-b*itch game plan, and I don't think those steps lead to the goal.
after reading her bio I'm amazed at how totally unaware she is, she is opposite of what she has for her bio, her biggest pet peeve is complaining? that's all she does is complain, she's horrible, can't stand her
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