posted on Feb, 15 2012 @ 02:47 AM
That show is really structured in a certain way. I'd cry foul if they didn't have the follow ups where these nut cases seem perfectly fine with how
they came out in the filming.
I watched a couple more episodes as they re-ran and have the DVR set-up to record more. I know it won't be the most popular thing to say, but I was
laughing more than anything. It's literally comedy to my way of thinking.
The woman talking about hiking out of the city and the guy in L.A. living along the LA river, by the looks of things, in a full time capacity, seem to
tie in my mind for most absurd. The woman talked about how she'd just live on her supplies for 4 weeks or so while TSHTF outside 'and then everyone
leaves'......after which she sees herself hiking out of the largely empty city to get to a vehicle she implies is stored outside of the city. Ummm...
Okay. Everyone has their right to fantasies I suppose.
The guy living along the LA river was outright hilarious. I'm sorry..he just was. He's carrying around a Mt Everest level expedition pack with
everything but the kitchen sink in it. He's carrying a virtual knife store (which the LAPD is surely happy to have learned of by a TV show -doh-
) and 'barter items' as he puts it. Umm... He forsees himself surviving on barter and trade with this pack in L.A. after 'The Big One' earthquake.
Wow.... The first gang banger to spot Crocodile Dundee there and his super pack of goodies will just shoot him and take it. I'd think the guy was an
actor or something, but no one seems to be claiming this show isn't genuine and how they present it...so wow. They walk among us, so to speak.
I look forward to seeing more... Forgive me everyone but I just can't help it.. They are absurd stereotypes so extreme that it's comedy.
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