27
May
09

Dawgs vs. Tech – reality TV verson

I was talking with my wife two months ago about which reality TV show would be best for a Tech grad.  She is a big reality TV fan and we were just discussing what show, besides Beauty and the Geek, would most likely have a Techie on it, since Herschel was on Celebrity Apprentice.  We decided that it probably would be something like Celebrity Big Brother, where we were hoping the really hot girl would use her wiles to trick the Techie into voting the other hot, but slightly less slutty girl off.  Of course, she would still sleep with the jackass after they voted the Techie off in the next to last episode.

Well, NBC has answered the question for us.  John Salley, former Tech basketball star, will join the likes of Patti Blagojevich, who I hear is a potty mouth, and the fatest Baldwins not currently on TV on “I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here!”

Chi and Chu

Chi and Chu

I’m just sayin…

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2 Responses to “Dawgs vs. Tech – reality TV verson”


  1. May 28, 2009 at 8:43 am

    I love it when Techies talk about their pristine honor and valor in recruiting.

    And then you hear John Sally talk about the strippers and shenanigans. He’s a great ambassador for their program. Typical holier than thou ass clowns.

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