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Christiana and Mike discuss episode 02 of Survivor Kaoh Rong!
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Talking About Survivor – Kaoh Rong Ep02 (Audio) https://t.co/fGsRK34Ttx https://t.co/vs1K6gZSBl
Hi Christiana and Mike
Regarding my last feedback…
I knew most of the facts (especially about big characters, big events, or early seasons) off the top of my head but I always research before commenting to make sure my memory is correct and to fill in some of the details. For example I knew Tom Westman was in his early 40’s when he won but I had to look up that his exact age was 41.
Regarding the difficulty in reaching the key for the box holding the Immunity Idol…
The Hidden Immunity Idol clue stated:
CONGRATULATIONS! YOU’VE FOUND THE IMMUNITY IDOL
BUT FIRST YOU WILL NEED A KEY TO OPEN THIS BOX.
FOLLOW THE MAP TO A TREE. THEN LOOK UP.
YOUR KEY IS JUST OUT OF REACH
THIS TOOL WILL HELP – BUT FIRST, YOU HAVE TO GET IT HIGH
ENOUGH PUSH THE KEY OUT OF THE CANISTER
Tai is holding the Tool out appears to be a stick with a metal ring and coil of rope. I assume you are not supposed to climb the tree! You are supposed to figure a way to use the tool to get the key out of the cannister. For isntance, lashing the tool to a long pole.
I’m surprised Mike that you forgot that “Uncle Cliffy” (Cliff Robinson of the NBA) played on Season 29 Cagayan and was the 5th player voted out.
I enjoyed when you both talked about Jason saying in Tribal Council
“The best part of this game is that it turns on the drop of a dime”
Where Jason combined two idioms: “at the drop of a hat” and “turn on a dime”
However, it is somewhat amusing that phrase “drop a dime” to his tribe mate NBA Player Scot would mean “make an assist”!
MikeK from SoCal
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