So how far are you really willing to go in order to get money?
Some do it the only way they know how, working hard; others tend to dream about making money and will actually commit crimes so they can achieve their goals, some might even kill for a few bucks, some just play games to win that money!
The reason behind this impromptu idea in this half empty noggin of mine, was a show called Moment of Truth, in the show they ask all these intimate personal question and have the answers lie detected, although you can't rule out the possibility of this whole show being one big act, yet the willingness of these people to go to such lengths in order to win money astounds me. I saw lives destroyed, jobs lost, couples broken-up and families torn, and all that for a mere 500k (not that i have seen someone reach it, they usually fail or drop out after the 100k, where they start really pitcher cooking your hide)
People risk losing loved ones for money, and if they do make a large amount of money, then those people are only sticking around for that reason...that's just screwed up!
Of course the morally corrupt make for a great participants in the show, imagine having one who is decent (like me!) that would be boring.....Have you cheated ...No (correct)
'Do you hate your dad'...'No' (again correct).....etc
Americans in particular are known for these kind of stuff, being money hungry all the time, remember the candid camera show that would pay people to undress!!?? exempt of those are the sport challenges, these are fun to play, decent and again fun to watch......
More fucked up are the Japanese, they do way worse and i don't think it is even for money, they have crossed all boundaries of logic and common sense....Americans have a reality show called 'I survived a Japaneses game show', if that says anything, it says it all.
Soon enough we will see the Arabic version of such shows, these will be toned down of course, yet as our moral fabric weakens as time passes, it's only a matter of time!
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