DEBATE: Thumbs Up ... MTV's Buckwild ...

DEBATE: Thumbs Up ... MTV's Buckwild Simply Preys on American Stereotypes & Characters

There are 3 comments on the Huntington News story from Dec 2, 2012, titled DEBATE: Thumbs Up ... MTV's Buckwild Simply Preys on American Stereotypes & Characters. In it, Huntington News reports that:

Wella the ghost of A. James Manchin is sure to be on the rampage these days. MTV is set to rub West Virginia's image through the dirt again with their new show "Buck Wild." Hmmm.. perhaps that's a little ironic since the characters in the new show love 'mudding.' MTV reports: "Tans might fade, muscles wither and the laundry piles up, but don't mope ... (more)

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outraged

United States

#1 Dec 3, 2012
It is disgusting that we hv all these reality shows about people who contribute nothing to society. It disgusts me that working class, tax paying, west Virginians may watch and support this show.
Marguerite

AOL

#2 Dec 4, 2012
Well, they have to pick on a little town like Sissonville WV because they know there are people living there that want 15 minutes of fame.

They should be doing the Whores and Sluts from Beverly Hills. They know who they are. Lindsay for one and many more. You Know the "Hollywood Stars." All they would have to do is follow them around with a camera and they wouldn't even have to pay them. They would bump into cars, drunk. Fall down on the streets and get mad at someone and hit them. Follow them into the court, Joke, and watch them smile at the judge. Then they go back out into the streets and start all over again. They don't even have to pay the people. Just get the all natural in everyday life. What a concept and cheap entertainment There you go. That would be the ideal MTV show.
Sure

Ardsley, NY

#3 Dec 4, 2012
Marguerite wrote:
Well, they have to pick on a little town like Sissonville WV because they know there are people living there that want 15 minutes of fame.

They should be doing the Whores and Sluts from Beverly Hills. They know who they are. Lindsay for one and many more. You Know the "Hollywood Stars." All they would have to do is follow them around with a camera and they wouldn't even have to pay them. They would bump into cars, drunk. Fall down on the streets and get mad at someone and hit them. Follow them into the court, Joke, and watch them smile at the judge. Then they go back out into the streets and start all over again. They don't even have to pay the people. Just get the all natural in everyday life. What a concept and cheap entertainment There you go. That would be the ideal MTV show.
Yeah so we can enjoy the melt down of famous people! That's f*cked up! The entertainment business would love to just have someone commit suicide since they won't leave them alone! Think before you say something dumb! The young people that are on this show have every right to be on tv and make money for it. It's not like what they portray is even true. It's called entertainment for a reason. These kids don't act like this 24/7. The producers and writers make them do certain things dumba**!!

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