"If it turns out that President Barack Obama can make a deal with the most intransigent, hard-line, unreasonable, totalitarian mullahs in the world but not with Republicans? Maybe he’s not the problem."
There are differences in some of the realty shows.
I rather enjoy the show that's in Alaska , featuring the Kitcher family in Alaska. Jewel Kitchers family. It's about this extended family living in the wilds of Alaska. I find it interesting on two accounts. First they are rural folks creating a living by farming and hunting . They have to deal with survival issues as the weather can be severe so mistakes may not ve just inconvenient but could be fatal. There's a production crew following them around, but the talk directly into the camera often to explain things. It's obvious that extra angst is thrown in by way of unnecessary timelines. But it's fun to watch. For the mist part they aren't being stupid.
In contrast, there is the survival series staring Bear Gryls in Man vs Wild with his parachuting into an area for him to work his way out of. He goes through perils trying to survive. Most of the time we see him double timing through the rough wasting calories. This show is completely contrived. Completely. He isn't surviving at all
In fact it's said he doesn't even stay in the wild but is transported to different areas to illustrate each activity he is put upon. He may be presented with a Clift that he must descend so he accomplishes thus with camera crews showing different angles then he runs off. Actually he is picked up by a Hellocopter to bed down back at the hotel then the next morning back to another area wher he may be faced with building a makeshift shelter which he accomplishes then goes into for the night . In fact he may reconstruct a shelter that his crew had already built then taken apart for him. He doesn't actually stay in the shelter but goes back to the hotel for his evening .
So there is a difference
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