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    OMG, that was funny
    "That's Numberwang!"

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    Originally posted by Bill_in_PDX


    Sadly that might be true... but at least I am not living off of the gravy stains on my pants like a certain unnamed FORT member did recently.
    John weighs the option of keeping quiet in the hopes this comment passes without notice versus coming "clean" about his gravy stain...

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    Give me a break!

    Let me just say that I'm glad I haven't had lunch yet, because I would have lost it just reading Alex' interview on the Early Show.

    This man is not only stupid, but he is one of those people that uses altruism (highly overrated concept, by the way) for self-aggrandizement.

    As if!

    Is he saying that because Jenna's mom is sick, he would win the money and give it to Jenna's mom? Or would he "throw the game" and let Jenna win, or is he just there to make himself look good?

    BF, great point about the parents having the money to buy Jenna anything she wants or needs, so why is Alex so hell-bent on getting that money to them? Ordinarily, I wouldn't ask that question, but Alex has made it all about who he thinks deserves to win based on need -- something I have always despised as a notion.

    Every time this guy opens his mouth nothing but drivel comes out.

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    You should read the TV Guide online interview I just posted.
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    The only show I would go on for the experience and not for the money is The Amazing Race. I would love the money, but the opp to travel the world and do some of the amazing things that are done on that show would be worth it even if we lost.
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    The experience you get from Survivor just wouldn't be worth it.
    My sister in law is going to try for Survivor 7. She wanted me to send in a video. I told her I wouldn't go on Survivor if I was Guaranteed the mill.
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    As you have to pay taxes on your winnigs in the US I really don;t think $1m is enough for winning Survivor, considering you can get half that for winning BB.

    It wouldn't be enough to get me on the show.
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    Doing it for the right reasons

    Originally posted by BravoFan
    The only show I would go on for the experience and not for the money is The Amazing Race. I would love the money, but the opp to travel the world and do some of the amazing things that are done on that show would be worth it even if we lost.
    No question! Just to hang with Host Phil is enough of a reward plus seeing all those fabulous places, not that there's a whole lot of time, but who cares?

    Meanwhile I will hunt down the TV Guide article fluff posted because I am post lunch and pre-dinner and I am hoping it all stays down. :rolleyes

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    In reference to my Heidi/Mr. Burns comment.. I found a picture for you to decide.
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    It may just mean that you have a lot to learn about proper hammer maintenance.


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