A "Dancing with the Stars" disagreement tangos its way onto the RidicuList.
I'm sick of the rude comments from those judges! They think thier funny, NOT!!!!!
Good for you Max. Why is it okay for the judges to belittle people? Certainly they can be professional enough to critique the dancers without sarcasm. The professional dancers are doing their jobs of not only teaching, but supporting the stars. What parent would'nt speak up if their childrens coach spoke to their childrenin such a derogatory manner. It appears to me that my favorite show is getting out of hand all around. The audience is carrying to much weight, and instead of it becoming a contest of skill, it is becoming a contest of popularity. And the professional judges are becoming sadistic performers. Please get my favorite show back on track. I want to see dancing.
Anderson, first let me say that I love to watch 360 and your other show. Now, for the not so good part. Two things in your "Ridiculist" monologue tonight: First, I'm not happy with your reference to the Occupy movement as a joke. The Occupy people are serious,and addressing a serious issue whereas dancing is not. Second, they argued over a cha cha, not a rhumba!
Most of the time I agree with your Ridiculist, and I do tonight as well. Max should know better, and I hope this all ccools down, However, I just don't think the confrontation is as serious as the Occupy movement.
How does Dancing with the Stars make it on your blog and the Occupy Movement does not? I believed in Anderson, thought of him as one of the very few reporters that exemplified honesty and integrity. I am extremely dismayed to see that I was wrong. His 'bravery' in his coverage of other countries' revolution was more than likely staged 'bravado'. This is an glaring example of just how intertwined and corrupted nearly every major aspect of America is with Corporations, the 1%, and, above all the dollar sign. "One nation, under money, invisible, with limited liberties and justice for some."
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