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Thread: 10/06 Show Discussion - Tree Huggers Vs The Hunters

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    The best mother....I DON"T THINK SO!! I wonder if Amy is watching this show. But Hunter man needs to go back to school and learn how to rhyme his words.

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    Aleta is so cold...

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    Wow at Amy's Epiphany.

    "I have found out that I'm one of the best mothers EVER".

    (insert silence)
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    Well, if Amy thinks she's a great Mom, I can only thank god they don't have a lot of kids. She's only got the one to ruin.
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    I guess I was the only one who was on the "Earthy" family's side, although they were weird. The other family just was.... not my type of people; ill leave it at that.

    But this had to be one of the funniest things I have seen in a while. That blonde lady was just walking comedy.... Man, from the crying over the dead animals, crying over doing a little house work, praying for the animals and that breakdown over the dogs, just too funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DetGuy
    I guess I was the only one who was on the "Earthy" family's side, although they were weird. The other family just was.... not my type of people; ill leave it at that.

    But this had to be one of the funniest things I have seen in a while. That blonde lady was just walking comedy.... Man, from the crying over the dead animals, crying over doing a little house work, praying for the animals and that breakdown over the dogs, just too funny.
    Well I am a tree-hugger myself here...but can't Amy be a clean one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DetGuy
    I guess I was the only one who was on the "Earthy" family's side, although they were weird. The other family just was.... not my type of people; ill leave it at that.

    But this had to be one of the funniest things I have seen in a while. That blonde lady was just walking comedy.... Man, from the crying over the dead animals, crying over doing a little house work, praying for the animals and that breakdown over the dogs, just too funny.
    I agree DetGuy, but the "tree huggers" were so over the top, I actually felt some empathy for the NRA Poster family.
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    My dogs are outside!

    I'm such an evil, evil man.
    My dogs shouldn't be outside, like the millions of dogs in the wildness, and deers, and cats, and racoons, and cows, etc, etc, etc.

    UGH

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    Aren't those weirdo's lucky that they found each other? Her sweet little cultured voice turned a little shrill there during the confrontation. Guess all the hard dishwashing and vacuuming got the best of her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DetGuy
    I guess I was the only one who was on the "Earthy" family's side, although they were weird. The other family just was.... not my type of people; ill leave it at that.
    I too am 'on the side' of the earthy family - mostly the husband, he seemed to be the only sane one of the bunch (can do without the child - there's nothing wrong with teaching a child respect, and how do they expect her to function as an adult if she doesn't have to do things she doesn't like, a chore a day won't kill her).

    The other husband was acting like a bull-headed child ("no cuz your beliefs suck") ... and he doesn't think his do to other people??

    I'm a little surprised more hasn't been said about Aletha. Aletha was cold, judgemental, overbearing and just plain unlikable.

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