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Scumhook 05-19-2015 09:44 PM

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Originally Posted by badthing (Post 843287)
my name aint bby it is Russ

OK russybby

badthing 05-19-2015 10:13 PM

goddammit!

Professor Subterfuge 05-19-2015 11:06 PM

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Originally Posted by Yvan (Post 843277)
Liked Sabrina fine...If I hadn't listened I wouldn't have learned Chemda likes to argue.

I couldn't understand the advice she gave Chemda. Did she really suggest watching some tv show would solve crazy fundy religious parental problems?

Scumhook 05-19-2015 11:36 PM

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Originally Posted by Professor Subterfuge (Post 843290)
I couldn't understand the advice she gave Chemda. Did she really suggest watching some tv show would solve crazy fundy religious parental problems?

This is a person who thought that air could go in the vagina and out the anus.

All I can think of is that her pussy must taste like shit.

Thumbnail 05-20-2015 01:43 AM

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Originally Posted by Professor Subterfuge (Post 843290)
I couldn't understand the advice she gave Chemda. Did she really suggest watching some tv show would solve crazy fundy religious parental problems?

THAT's what bummed me out. We've listened to Chemda struggling with her parents' acceptance for ten years. We listened to her multiple attempts to mend the relationship until she accepted that she wouldn't change her parents. She cried multiple times, in pain, over her parents' attitudes, on air, exposing feelings that would run deep for any person.

And then, someone who had a different experience and doesn't know Chemda's story comes along and goes "Hey, 40 year old who finaly doesn't give a shit, give it another go, won't ya? Some parents love their children. Mine do!".

Sabrina wouldn't show empathy towards Chemda. Maybe I'm wrong and she was lovely off air but within the context of the episode Sabrina came across as self involved.

So, in the spirit of being constructive, yes, the show had three people in it but I felt that the guest was frankly annoying and I was feeling the frustration in one of the hosts' voices, so I couldn't get over it enough to enjoy this episode.

FingerLakes 05-20-2015 08:56 AM

Ah didn't know there was so much drama in this thread.

I think she was entertaining because she got such hilarious reactions out of Chemda and Keith. But I also disagree with every opinion she had, re: Chemda and coming out and what is sexual assault. She was funny when she was just telling jokes tho

Electric Squirrel 05-20-2015 03:01 PM

I thought this was a great episode. Keith and Chemda do such a great job cutting through their guests bullshit. Sabrina kept dropping these weird little hints into her life, and rather then simply dismissing them and carrying on like most hosts would do, Keith and Chemda switch gears and interview her about these weird hints she invested me in. Just goes to show Why KatG has the best hosts out there.

Sparrow 05-20-2015 03:06 PM

there were points where the volume of their voices escalated to where Keith was adjusting the levels. Chemda got to yelling and i think to de-escalate the whole shebang she dropped down to about a whisper bringing the guests voice down with her without skipping a beat. they're brilliant and sly AF about that audio.

thirteen 05-20-2015 03:11 PM

I've been watching Sabrina Jalees for years on Canadian TV and always found her to be hilarious. She's a grower. Give her a chance. I enjoyed the episode.

thirteen 05-20-2015 03:16 PM

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Originally Posted by Thumbnail (Post 843298)
Sabrina wouldn't show empathy towards Chemda. Maybe I'm wrong and she was lovely off air but within the context of the episode Sabrina came across as self involved.

So, in the spirit of being constructive, yes, the show had three people in it but I felt that the guest was frankly annoying and I was feeling the frustration in one of the hosts' voices, so I couldn't get over it enough to enjoy this episode.

I think Sabrina did try to be empathetic but not with an appropriate amount of understanding, given the circumstances.

She had a very normal response. I'm not saying it's right, but people always give advice based on their own experiences without understanding just how difficult it is for the person they're talking to. We know Chemda's situation inside and out because we listen to the show every day. A lot of guests don't do that. They think, because they can speak to their parents about something, everyone else can do the same thing with their own parents. It doesn't mean they're a bad person. Just someone who has to learn a few things.


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