"Aspiring Reality TV Stars"....The next social cancer in America....

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Submitted by Coronita on November 27, 2009 - 7:34am

http://www.cnn.com/2009/POLITICS/11/26/d...

Can we please cancel reality tv shows now, so we don't have additionals spade of desperate media attention grabbing nutcases???

Different people, same story....Couple wants to grab media attention to become a reality tv star...

Real motive: people financially desperate looking for an quick buck or two....What ever happened to real people really working at a uh, real job....

It seems like the bubble economy and days of "easy money"...some folks just are still living in that get rich quick bubbleland.

Submitted by UCGal on November 27, 2009 - 9:15am.

There will always be people who do extreme things to get fame. It just seems like lately there's been a reality show twist to the stories.

I'm all for full consequences for their actions. Bubble boys parents ended up pleading guilty - which is good, saves the cost of prosecuting them. I hope these bozos spend some quality jail time for their actions.

What these idiots don't realize - in order for a show to be successful, they have to be interesting... I don't see it with the bubble boy or with what I've seen about these white house crashers.

Submitted by CDMA ENG on November 27, 2009 - 11:26am.

Good lord no...

In the absence of reality tv I would need to spend thousand of dollars in counseling to prop up my self esteem.

Currently all I need to do is turn on A&E, Tru, Fox, or MTV and I immediately feel better about who and what am...

:P

CE

Submitted by Allan from Fallbrook on November 27, 2009 - 11:35am.

CDMA ENG wrote:
Good lord no...

In the absence of reality tv I would need to spend thousand of dollars in counseling to prop up my self esteem.

Currently all I need to do is turn on A&E, Tru, Fox, or MTV and I immediately feel better about who and what am...

:P

CE

CE: Ha! I love it! That's why I watch "Cops"! Every time I get in a foul mood, I just tune in to "Cops" and I'm immediately in a better state of mind.

Watching some rail thin inbred in a wife beater and NASCAR hat from Asscrack, Alabama getting hooked up by the county sheriff always reminds me that things could be worse.

Submitted by Allan from Fallbrook on November 27, 2009 - 11:41am.

UCGal wrote:
There will always be people who do extreme things to get fame. It just seems like lately there's been a reality show twist to the stories.

I'm all for full consequences for their actions. Bubble boys parents ended up pleading guilty - which is good, saves the cost of prosecuting them. I hope these bozos spend some quality jail time for their actions.

What these idiots don't realize - in order for a show to be successful, they have to be interesting... I don't see it with the bubble boy or with what I've seen about these white house crashers.

UCGal: Apparently the White House crashers have problems of their own: http://www.cnn.com/2009/POLITICS/11/26/d...

Submitted by paramount on November 27, 2009 - 2:04pm.

In all probability just some two bit con artists.

They would make great Realtor's...

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