Interesting article about Jonathan

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Interesting article about Jonathan
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Wed, 12-22-2004 - 3:43pm
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Wed, 12-22-2004 - 9:39pm

That's a really good article.

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Thu, 12-23-2004 - 12:12am
I agree with that article wholeheartedly.
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Thu, 12-23-2004 - 9:19am
Oh man, I sure hope not! I thought that scene was from way back in maybe the first episode where they had to go around a 7 mile course with ice bergs and such and look for a bouy that had the clues on it? Avi and Joe went and couldn't find it for anything but I thought Jonathan and Victoria went on there and found it right away. Please don't tell me that's wrong, I don't want them to be on a long time, LOL!

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Thu, 12-23-2004 - 9:30am

That was

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Thu, 12-23-2004 - 11:32am
Yes!
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Thu, 12-23-2004 - 12:28pm

I thought the article was fairly well written. However, one statement caught my eye:

"Contestants have been eliminated for less on other CBS reality shows: During the second season of “Big Brother,” an apparently drunk Justin held a knife to housemate Krista’s throat and said, “Would you get mad if I killed you?”

I would consider Justin's action of holding a knife to Krista's throat as much more serious and not less.

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Thu, 12-23-2004 - 9:12pm

YEs, I agree, esp in the nature of Big Brother where they cannot leave the house (I assume, I've never watched it) and are therefore rather trapped. Victoria makes her own choices.

And true, it seems that Johnathan has broken no game rules thus far. It seems the producers put a LOT of obstacles in this week, and I was really hoping J would break a rule somehow. I think he was more rude in the 'white' country, less comfortable asserting himself in Africa maybe?

Do those people EVER EAT???

Susie