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The season 30 finale is set for May 20th.Between now and then, we have 7 Wednesdays left. 9 players are left in the game. Unless there's a Wednesday without Survivor in that time frame, we have too many Wednesdays and not enough players to get to the end of the game under traditional formats. Anyone know something?Do we get an F2? (Please, no spoilers... just general information)
Tweets, previews, riddles here OKAY, TIME TO TEASE US UP FOR NEXT WEEK’S EPISODE. One of the biggest things to ever happen at an auction. One of the biggest arguments to ever happen at camp. Together, the two events set up one of the biggest finishes to any season. It’s definitely a “don’t miss” episode."
Someone posted yesterday: On my comcast cable in the Seattle area, I am seeing a total 29 more airings of 'The Runner Up' between now and April 30th, 4am (the farthest out my comcast guide is showing at this moment). That is a mix between HD and non-HD, Esquire and Bravo, and all episodes... including the last episodes (3 and 4).So obviously it depends on your TV provider.
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Conservative Experiment Faces Revolt in Reliably Red Kansas HUTCHINSON, Kan. — In his 40 years living in Kansas, Konrad Hastings cannot remember voting for a Democrat. He is the type who agonizes over big purchases, trying to save as much money as possible. He is against stricter gun laws, opposes abortion in most cases and prefers less government involvement in his life. But when he casts his ballot for governor in November, he plans to shun the leader of this state’s conservative movement, the Republican incumbent, Sam Brownback, and vote for the Democratic challenger. “He’s leading Kansas down,” said Mr. Hastings, 68, who said he voted for Mr. Brownback four years ago, when he easily won his first term. “We’re going to be bankrupt in two or three years if we keep going his way.”Had Brownback been less radical and more reality oriented, he'd be in better shape politically. . . . Mr. Brownback and conservative majorities in the Legislature turned the state into a laboratory for the policies they had run on. In addition to passing the largest income tax cuts in state history, they have made it easier to carry guns in public buildings, turned over management of Medicaid to private insurance companies, made it more difficult to get an abortion, and made it harder to qualify for public assistance. Even some of Kansas’ staunchest Republicans have found some of these measures to be too far to the right. More than 100 current and former Republican elected officials have endorsed Mr. Davis.Both Moody’s and Standard & Poor’s have downgraded Kansas’ credit rating. Wisconsin, under the Fitzwalkers, is in similar straights, though probably not as dire since there was more opposition to the program in Wisconsin than Kansas and therefor, the Wisconsin radicals had to compromise a tiny bit. Links: ------  http://www.nytimes.com/2014/09/15/us/conservative-experiment-faces-revolt-in-reliably-red-kansas.html?hp&action=click&pgtype=Homepage&version=HpSumSmallMedia&module=first-column-region®ion=top-news&WT.nav=top-news
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