Amy Stern (bigbrotherreads) wrote,
Amy Stern

Choose Your Own Adventure

You know, with all the research I'm doing, in some ways I think it would be better and easier if the extent of my work was talking in hypotheticals.

On some level, all you need to do to understand that reality television is fundamentally showing a bias and a point of view is to look at however your day has gone, and acknowledge that every person you've interacted with has a different narrative than you do.

Basically, the "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead" approach to reality television.

I feel like what I'm doing now is more interesting, although that may be because this is a topic I'm already fascinated by, and also because writing in the second person gets old really fast.

Probst is blogging Survivor Toncantins again. Number of times he mentions that he doesn't care what happens because he gets paid for this: 4. His entire post is less than 1000 words total. I am so glad I live in a world where this is possible.
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