[color:blue]CSI gets reqruits too. Recently Britney Spears decided she will be a CSI and she will actually go study forensics in the Uni.</font color=blue><br><br>The odds are she will never pass the exam to even apply for the course.<br><br>Movie and TV drama is one thing but Reality is completely different.<br>Anyway like Top Gun had, certainly the Universities had a sharp rise of applicants for Forensic studies. Then whats real sets in.<br><br>Navy picks the top 10% of all applicants for fighter training - then weeds that down to 5% - only the top 1% goes onto Top Gun training.<br><br>Then they find out or ask anyone at the morgue - Forensics is extremely boring and depressing, working with the dead and all and, all that CSI crap is rare in real life.<br><br>
yeah, that's the point. who wants to work in a morgue normally, but the show CSI has romanticized the profession. the guys working at the morgue are not weirdos anymore (they never were), but instead they are everyday heroes. they put bad guys behind bars, they can even save people sometimes from future tragedies. they are geeks, they know their [censored] and everybody admires them.<br><br>Britney saw that even a stripper can become a successful CSI, so she decided she can be too. i think if she has the ass to study she can do the school. i think the best position for her would be to be a spokes person at CSI, but she would still have to have a sound understanding of the profession.<br><br>creativebits / adsoftheworld
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