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They're all going to starve!
28-11-2004, 09:27 PM
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They're all going to starve!

Please, vote for someone else to do the next trial. :laugh:

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28-11-2004, 09:34 PM
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no let them suffer!!Big Grin
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28-11-2004, 09:39 PM
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jgee73 Wrote:no let them suffer!!Big Grin

That's all very well, but the BTTs actually have the potential to be interesting and exciting, but when bloody Natalie Appleton refuses to do them we don't get to see what could have been. The most memorable trials are the ones when they are successful, so basically every other BTT ever, with the exception of the four Appleton ones.
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28-11-2004, 09:42 PM
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Scooby Wrote:That's all very well, but the BTTs actually have the potential to be interesting and exciting, but when bloody Natalie Appleton refuses to do them we don't get to see what could have been. The most memorable trials are the ones when they are successful, so basically every other BTT ever, with the exception of the four Appleton ones.
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I actually thought when she got that first star..eh up, could this be a decent showing? But noooo, sure enough, on comes the heavy breathing, I'm-gonna-faint etc etc.

How the fudge did she manage to get seven stars in that first trial?????

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28-11-2004, 10:26 PM
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And it's Natalie again.

This is getting incredibly dull.
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28-11-2004, 10:31 PM
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Scooby Wrote:And it's Natalie again.

This is getting incredibly dull.
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What Scooby said, it's all getting very dull and boring now, we all know Nat isn't up for it Sleepy Sleepy

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28-11-2004, 10:33 PM
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Môrph™ Wrote:What Scooby said, it's all getting very dull and boring now, we all know Nat isn't up for it Sleepy Sleepy


It is dull. and they are very hungry, but she will probably be voted off tomorrow night, so never mind
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29-11-2004, 12:12 AM
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Sadly Buzz, I don't think she will. You can bet your bottom dollar that there'll be people out there who feel sorry for Natalie. It happened with Kerry last year. As things played out Kerry raised her game and turned out to be a little trooper, but people were sympathetic to her initially even though she was a wet blanket.

Then of course there's all her 'celebrity' friends who she insists on name checking at every trial, who can afford to put their phone on redial to keep the little madam in.
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29-11-2004, 02:14 PM
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Mind you Natalie looked like she was starving when she went into the jungle, the poor girl doesn't seem to have an ounce of meat on her bones. Huh
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23-04-2010, 05:39 AM
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This year marks the 40th anniversary of a book that renowned environmentalist Paul Ehrlich said "may be remembered as one of the most important books of our age." Written by brothers William and Paul Paddock, it was called Famine -- 1975!Never heard of it? That's unfortunate, because Ehrlich was right about the book's importance. It was a best-seller that helped shape popular thinking about global issues for more than a decade. It even contributed to the founding of Earth Day and the creation of the modern environmental movement.
And it did all this despite being totally, utterly, ridiculously wrong.
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