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Survivor: The Most Important Skill

April 28, 2014 - Most people would suggest acquiring physical skills such as fire making, fishing, eye-hand coordination, swimming and endurance. While I believe all these skills are beneficial, they're nowhere near the most important skill that can be acquired through practice. The most important skill is: Listening.
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Survivor: The Cardinal F*ckin’ Rule

April 21, 2014 - What's the cardinal f*ckin' rule? ALWAYS LEAVE YOURSELF OUTS. It's a simple concept, yet so few do it. This can only mean one thing. It's difficult to achieve. Which makes sense when broken down within the context of Survivor. To follow this rule, two rare characteristics must come together. A person must have the ability (and willingness) to get along with all walks of life while possessing the mindset of a sociopath.
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Survivor: To Those Making Their Usual Stink

Confessional of the night: “In my opinion Spencer had some pretty good arguments. I would not want to sit next to Tony. I think he's too charming and everybody likes him. Morgan is annoying and she's a bitch, but she's going to stay that way, so she's not really a threat. You know, she's just extra luggage we're carrying around here." - Kass... Another truth and another mistake by Kass.
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Survivor: We All Have A Price

April 7, 2014 - Since we can't calculate adventure, we won't touch it. We can calculate fame, which for our purposes, is perhaps better defined as moderate success within the entertainment industry. Although, there isn't much to cover in this regard. Chase Rice, Colby Donaldson, John Cochran, Parvati Shallow, Rob Mariano and ours truly, Rob Cesternino, are past contestants that best fit our loose definition. With 424 total contestants, that's an astronomically high fame rate of 1.4%. Yikes. Which leads us to the most popular and most calculable reason to do Survivor: FORTUNE.
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Survivor: When Should You Tell The Truth?

March 31, 2014 - After watching Tony, and other players, tell the truth at such poor moments, the following should come as no surprise. Survivor wouldn't work if players had to tell the truth. It'd be more of a sport and less of a game. Which leads me to something incredibly straight forward... When should you tell the truth? When it benefits you.
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Survivor: Ask Yourself This

Confessional of the night: “She had me swear on my badge, which that doesn’t mean anything to me, swearing on my badge. ’Cause I’m here to lie, cheat and steal. I’m here to drag peoples’ dreams through the mud so I can fulfill mine. That’s what I’m here for. Whatever I have to do, I’m […]
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Survivor: The Main Reason

Confessional of the night: “The rain is gnarly, treacherous, breezy. It’s pouring. It’s terrible. But uh, this is what Survivor’s all about, baby! Hopefully, uh, it’ll die down here shortly. If not, it’s gonna be a long night. Woo!” – Woo There are plenty of reasons why this season has been fantastic. At the top […]
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Survivor: What The Game Tells Us

Confessional of the night: “Today is definitely beautiful on the beautiful tribe. But there’s a lot of people playing dumb out here and I’m onto it. Alexis is just being the flirt out here. Just kind of like, you know, definitely all about her sexuality and always in her panties. Kind of like, you know, […]