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An amazing major network all American TV show

Discussion in 'News & Current Events' started by billwald, Apr 24, 2012.

  1. billwald

    billwald New Member

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    I stumbled upon an amazing typical popular American (no class/universal class) popular TV show. Didn't catch the name.

    Anyway, the typical American class contestants (?) stood in front of an All American audience screaming accusations about who was sleeping with whom and who fathered an All American child. Then the host revealed the results of a DNA paternity test and lie detector tests to demonstrate who was actually sleeping with whom. When the results the All American Class audience screamed and applauded.

    The amazing part was that the majority of the conversations (?) were bleeped out and only a lip reader could know the actual words. I know the subject was adultery and paternity because the host spoke conventional English and was not bleeped out.

    I hope this report didn't offend our members who do not believe (in) the existence of any working, trash, or rich social classes in the United States Of America. If this current TV season represents the hopes and dreams of the American public then they may be right. (Maybe) There is only one All American social class and the Chinese "deserve" to win control of the world.
     
  2. targus

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    How exactly does this show prove the existence of an economic class system?

    It merely shows that some people do not have good character.

    Is money required to have good character?

    Is good character something which is purchased?

    And yet again you have no idea of what you are talking about.
     
  3. annsni

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    Realize that any "reality" TV show is not reality. It is staged and much of it is manipulated to bring the best ratings. What you saw is not "all American" but instead a made up reality.
     
  4. billwald

    billwald New Member

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    >> working, trash, or rich social classes in the United States Of America.


    >How exactly does this show prove the existence of an economic class system?

    Propaganda by misquote. It demonstrates the existence of a trash class. Anyone who would brag about their immorality in front of a TV audience is in the trash class.
     
  5. Bro. Curtis

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    Because rich people in America never talk about their s3x lives on T.V. ?












    :laugh:
     
  6. targus

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    "working, trash, or rich social classes"

    No misquote - your words.

    But I see now that what you are really trying to prove is the existance of a class of "trash".

    How do you know that none of the "trash" that you saw on the show are not "rich social" or "working" people?

    Did all of the participants show their tax returns?

    Or perhaps their welfare checks?

    MENSA IQ :rolleyes: What a joke!! :laugh:
     
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