How does she get her hair like that? Can she wash it?
Listening to an exit interview she said that she was afraid that she would use violence against Trish. If her only perceived options in response to this conflict were quitting or violence, that's a sign that there's an issue with anger management and it would probably be a good idea to address it. She also said that she uses impressions and humor to deal with unpleasant situations, explaining her imitations of Trish. To me there's humor and there's just being tasteless and nasty. Especially when you make fun of someone's physical appearance, which they have no (or little) control over.
I dislike Lindsey more than Trish but I do think that they both could have handled the situation better. Avoiding interaction would have worked well in this case on both sides.
"In spite of all the temptation you have endured, all the suffering, you remain pure of heart, just as pure as you were at the age of eleven, when you stared into a mirror that reflected your heart's desire, and it showed you only the way to thwart Lord Voldemort, and not immortality or riches."
Artificial intelligence is no match for natural stupidity.
What a wimp! Ok, so you don't like Trish. And, Cliff was your bud and he got blindsided. Build a bridge and get over it. I am supremely tired of people auditioning for and securing a spot on Survivor and then then bailing when it gets too difficult. If you can't handle it, then let someone else have a shot.
Don't get me wrong - I know darn well that I couldn't last more than a day (and maybe not even that long) on Survivor. So, it would be selfish and self-centered for me to try for a spot. This ain't Club Med!
Making fun of Trish behind her back was childish. Also, the comment about Trish being 50 and LJ 20 was off base. Reeks of jealousy to me. (Trish is 48 and LJ is 34). I can see where Trish might be annoying, but I've seen much worse.
Well-Behaved Women Seldom Make History...Laurel Thatcher Ulrich
I can't help but wonder if Lindsay HAS had some treatment for her anger management issues and has been taught to walk away when she feels things are getting out of control. I'm delighted she's gone, but if that might be the case, then her choosing to leave is understandable.
We've had enough contestants with these types of issues in recent years to also make me wonder why the casting people either don't recognize it or don't care. Lately there are only two or three contestants per show that I can stand to watch and I generally fast forward through most of it. It's those few that have been keeping me in the Survivor pool, but I don't know for how much longer.
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
Thanks for the dreadlock info, Gabby. I'd been curious about how that is done for some time. I think that is a heck of a lot of work for a look that most people find unkempt and unappealing. I know it is a fashion statement and we all have different sense of 'style', but this from the article really turns me off:
Also references to steps to keep the dreads from becoming rancid and from smelling musty leaves me still bewildered why someone would want them. I am relieved to know, though, that washing your dreads is important. I always assumed they got that way from not ever washing their hair. I see that she is a hairstylist. I have a picture of that salon in my imagination. :>)•Wash your hair in the morning so that your dreads have time to dry. If you go to bed with wet hair, mildew and mold can grow there.