i work with high functioning developmentally disabled people and i think its great.. they are hilarious and i wish more people could interact with them.. the show was funny..we watched it work with disabled people.. they wanted to start a band..by the way i make everyone listen to great music..i discourage radio..good music influences every one around it.
over course i lean to the notion that they're being exploitative of these people, i mean its M T fucking V, but in another sense i really appreciate the genuinity of the people on the show. ends up mixing my feelings about it.
its a new mtv show that shows on sundays. it has developmentally challenged people (autism, multiple sclerosis, etc) interviewing random ppl in random places and also famous ppl (they interviewed the guvenator and sly stallone on the red carpet last time). these developmentally challenged people travel around on a bus around the usa (world?). sometimes they talk about their disabilities.
I feel that this show is done in a very non-exploitive way. The anchors are doing what they want and getting to accomplish things that many "normal" people would kill to do. It was obvious in the pilot that their parents are all involved and behind them.
It's damn funny too.
Youth, you son of a bitch, where did you go?
Originally Posted by Emma Ocean
so I assume you've never been cunt punched at a festival? Well lucky you!