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  1. "gunner" June 29, 2007 8:09 am

    You’ve put you finger exactly why I don’t watch any of the “reality” shows, not even the “guy” oriented ones, e.g. the “Marine boot camp” and “Foreign Legion training” fiascos. Contrived, artifical and silly, but then that describes most of t.v. today. When i want to hear what intelligent women are saying/thinking I come here or to the “Women & Guns” forum, and thank you all for the breath of fresh air and good common sense.
    “gunner”

  2. Kimberly June 29, 2007 9:16 am

    I puke at those types of programs. I’ve tried to get through a couple and either find myself disgusted with either the lameness of these people and/or the superficial messages these shows tend promote to the audience. While watching this type of program, I find myself behaving like Jack Palance when he hosted “Ripley’s Believe or Not?” television series but instead of posing the “believe it or not?” question, I ask “scripted or not?”

    Yes, there ARE people like this and as much as I would like to think these shows portray fictitious mindsets and personalities, these mindsets/personalities are very real indeed. Pukefest!

  3. Roz June 29, 2007 8:27 pm

    There is even a comment on the commercial where some “surgically enhanced, intellect-deficient blonde 20-something says, “I’m hot – deal with it!” When I finished laughing I knew this was yet another reality show I could not watch. As a matter of fact, I think I’ll watch “Talk Soup” on the E! channel and catch a snippet. They are always good for a laugh.

  4. Jonathan August 1, 2007 6:30 pm

    There was a study done on reality show contestants. The results came back conclusive, they’re all narcissists. Every last one of them. If they weren’t, they wouldn’t subject themselves to all that bullshit. They’d leave the first week of shooting. What was interesting is that the women all scored off the chart as narcissists, enough to stand out in a really self-absorbed crowd.

    Dr. Drew Pinsky, of Loveline fame, recently did a study on celebrity, thet first ever done. He had guests on his show take the narcissist personality inventory. The results where what you’d expect, they were all narcissists, which frankly explains a lot about Hollywood. The interesting thing was, the level of their narcissism did not correlate to the lenght of time they had been celebrities. They came to celebrity already narcissists; fame is just a means for them to “self-medicate” their disorder.

    Narcissism at it’s heart is a complete lack of self-confidence. Narcissists have no self-esteem, no regard for themselves. They need constant attention from others to replace this lack. Though narcissism is reffered to as “self-love” it’s really about self-loathing. Thus the woman (and I’m using the term lightly here) really would have been crushed if she wasn’t selected.