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There is something so freeing about knowing your about to move somewhere new, in the sense that you get to preface any choice you make with the mindset of, “who cares I’m never going to see most these people again”.

So like if you go out to a bar and are stuck contemplating whether or not you want to try to talk to the hottie on the dance floor, you can just be like “fuck it I’ll literally never see her again”, and go chat away! I wish I could capture this carefree/confident feeling forever.

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Before I die, I need to meet someone who is equally passionate about Adele’s first cd and will spend over 5 minutes discussing it with me. Not more then 10 though, I mean there’s not that much to talk about, but 5 minutes would be enough time to really cover some thoughts.

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cracked:

We spoke to Michael Thot, who wound up on the 2007 show Kid Nation, CBS’s attempt to stage their own Lord of the Flies. Turns out it was as scripted as that book.
5 Behind-the-Scenes Details They Cut From My Reality TV Show

#4. You Find Yourself Playing a “Character”
For example, I had my “defining moment” in the first episode, when I dramatically stood up and made a speech to try to calm some big argument. Maybe this sounds cynical, but part of my motivation for speaking up was “It makes sense for my character to speak out now.” So I stood up and did my speech, and the associate producers lavished praise upon me. This is what most people don’t understand about reality shows, when they talk about them being “fake” or scripted — they don’t have to script it. We’re on camera, we’re doing a TV show — even children know to self-censor and come up with their own bits to make themselves more interesting.

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AUSTIN.  SHAY.  LOOK

cracked:

We spoke to Michael Thot, who wound up on the 2007 show Kid Nation, CBS’s attempt to stage their own Lord of the Flies. Turns out it was as scripted as that book.

5 Behind-the-Scenes Details They Cut From My Reality TV Show

#4. You Find Yourself Playing a “Character”

For example, I had my “defining moment” in the first episode, when I dramatically stood up and made a speech to try to calm some big argument. Maybe this sounds cynical, but part of my motivation for speaking up was “It makes sense for my character to speak out now.” So I stood up and did my speech, and the associate producers lavished praise upon me. This is what most people don’t understand about reality shows, when they talk about them being “fake” or scripted — they don’t have to script it. We’re on camera, we’re doing a TV show — even children know to self-censor and come up with their own bits to make themselves more interesting.

Read More

AUSTIN. SHAY. LOOK