god god god brother god sorry i apologize god jesus god brother thank you god jesus brother let us pray god god god thank you god god god I didn't
mean to god god sorry brother god god god sorry god god god sorry god god god god sorry god god god god god
OH MY GOD!!!!
[color=E88D58]Shut the hell up!
[color=E88D58]God doesn't belong on Survivor. God was voted out long ago, back before there was any possibility of redemption and re-entering back
into the game.
For about the last half of this season, I was thinking that all of the god-talk and the "thank you god for helping us win that challenge blah blah
blah....", was proof that god does not exist..
Well, at least that is what I was thinking up until this last tribal council. I'm just not so sure anymore. Maybe god really does exist, and maybe
that god really did tell Brandon to give away the immunity. That's the only thing that Brandon has done this entire season, that I liked.
Regardless of what the challenge actually is, if Brandon somehow beats Ozzy, I don't know if I will be able to continue. If that happens, I may have
to stop right then and there, and never watch this show again.
[color=20E8B3]On a slightly lighter note.
I have been up & down with my feelings about him.
At first, I wasn't happy with Cochrans betrayal, but after watching the Re-Cap Show, it was starting to seem a little bit justifiable.
However, that didn't last very long.
After the next episode, I was back to not really liking him too much anymore. Then when he got voted off,
and saying that it hurt to feel betrayed, and they owed him.
That's what he gets. They didn't owe him squat. Regardless of the fact that the move didn't actually help him in the long run, preserving himself was
still his only intention.
He didn't betray his tribe, in order to help out the other tribe. He betrayed his tribe, in order to hopefully help out himself. Just because his plan
was idiotic, and backfired on him, that doesn't make it any less of a selfish act.
, I loved what Cochran said to Jeff, during his last tribal council.
"I think Brandon has revealed that he's probably not the best person to be in a strategic partnership with. [color=0DE7FF]Talking strategy with
Brandon, is like talking to you about shirts that aren't blue. He just doesn't comprehend it. It's not in his vocabulary."
I'm still cracking up over that one lol. I don't think that was a 'spur of the moment' comment. He had probably been thinking of that one for awhile.
Either way though, it was well played. He picked the perfect time to say that.
edit on 12/18/11 by BrokenCircles because: (no reason given)