Sep 102011
 

 

I don’t want to be mean, but I don’t really have anything to say about Semhar Tadesse. From the interviews I saw, there’s nothing really that I can say about her gameplay or anything else. Yeah, she seems sorta OK. She also seems a little bit too much of a princess, and I totally suspect she’s in it for the 15 minutes, not for the game.

I mean, it doesn’t seem that she wants to be outdoors, it doesn’t seem that she has anything remotely near a stratgy. Actually, I doubt she even suspects what the game is about; she’s not sure whether to tell the other contestants that she won a pageant and that she lived in Africa because she thinks that she may be perceived as a threat because of that.

Dear Semhar, I have news for you, you won’t be perceived as a threat by anybody. As a tool at best, and as a waste of space and of food at worst. You may be a sweet girl in real life, but you’re definitely not made for this game.

Verdict:

I think we have our first boot from the tribe.

 

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David Billa

How does a French guy living in Japan ends up blogging about Survivor? Well, let's say that at some point in his life, he lived in Florida, and stranger things have come out of Florida.

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