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11/02/2011

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Kim Perrone

I hear you, Steve. Other than Survivor, I have little interest in any reality TV. I've watched a couple of episodes of Dancing with the Stars, which can be entertaining, but not enough to make a habit of it. I keep my kids away from it, too (except Survivor.) We need to get back to having celebrities with real talent and halfway decent morals for kids to see. And, it's our generation and the one after that is to blame. The children who want, want, want, and get, get, get have grown up to be the producers, programmers, execs, whatever and they are willing to appease whims (their own and viewers) to make sketchy behavior the norm. The line has been breached and will continue to wear away to the left and right until it all but disappears.

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