Reality show brings "Super Size Me" director to Navajo reservation
There are 1 comment on the KRQE Albuquerque and New Mexico story from Jul 7, 2008, titled Reality show brings "Super Size Me" director to Navajo reservation. In it, KRQE Albuquerque and New Mexico reports that:Filmmaker Morgan Spurlock lived without running water or electricity during the 30 days he spent with a family on the Navajo reservation.
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#1 Jul 21, 2008
Just a friendly reminder, NOT ALL reservations/Pueblos are like "A THIRD WORLD COUNTRY". Just a few, yes. Most, almost all reservations/Pueblos are modernized. Yes, we do have our old villages that don't have running water or electricity, but we have our modern homes w/ running water and electricity that we live in day-to-day. Shows like this give the rest of us (Pueblos) a bad reputation, making those who watch it think every reservation has no running water or electricity. So those of you who watch it, PLEASE don't think that all reservations/Pueblos are like that or it's people.
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