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Old 05-07-2005, 04:42 AM   #1 (permalink)
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i've recently started to watch the show...and i'm full of impressions. i love to watch it, just to see how low people are prepared to go just to earn more money or get a good job...i've never seen people grovel and suck up like this...( i keep waiting for one of them to offer to suck trump's d*ick just not to get fired, but i guess they would cut that out) ,what they're prepared to do is unbelievable, those people are ready to sell their own mother to win...my favorite part of the show is the end when they go into the board room and start to backstab each other and badmouth their colleagues so they wouldn't get fired, like rats on a sinking ship...i've never seen so much human garbage in one place, those people have no scruples whatsoever...and i think that only in america would you find that many people willing to degrade themselves on national television..i don't believe you could find those kind of people in europe, people here, in my opinion, have a lot more self esteem...a brilliant show...
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Old 05-07-2005, 05:18 AM   #2 (permalink)
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oh my god.... do you know how much editing they have to do to get that to work... they take everything completely out of context abd while i agree that some people will go pretty low you just cant believe everything you see on tv
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