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EPISODE IV: SHOULD PAUL SURVIVE?
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Editor's Note: In case you missed the opening episode, Episode II, or Episode III, 5 of the most desirable men in America were selected in an arduous process to partake in Survivor Flagstaff. The concept of Survivor Flagstaff is quite simple, 5 guys crammed into a one bedroom apartment, living the oh so glamorous lives of professional runners, until one by one they are voted off the mountain until there is the ultimate Survivor. 4 contestants currently remain.
As the stakes in Survivor Flagstaff increase with only 4 remaining contestants, some controversy has come to the mountain, and the producers have decided to let you, the viewer, determine whether Paul is voted off the mountain.
Apparently, Paul, perhaps because he is in his 30s, believes he does not have to play by the rules of Survivor Flagstaff. He has left the mountain on three different occasions this summer for extended periods of time, only to return and act like he still was a Survivor.
At the start of the summer, Paul went home to Texas for a "brief stay" only to return 4 or was it 6 weeks later. During his time away, Paul was seen living it up spectating at track meets in Boston, cavorting with an ex-Girlfriend, and who knows what else. When he returned to the mountain, Flagstaff survivor almost had its first violent incident.
You see an unidentified college runner who is not a part of the Survivor Flagstaff crew had moved out to Flagstaff to train for the summer and was living in the Survivor apartment. When Paul walked in late at night, the young student did not know who he was and thought Paul was an intruder.
"He's lucky we weren't in Texas or I would have had a gun and shot him. I had no idea who he was. Who the hell does he think he is, just returning, acting like he belongs?"
Paul most recently went to California for a few days to visit the same ex-girlfriend and now apparently has been sited in Boulder, Colorado at the residence of Shayne and Alan Culpepper.
"I guess he's trying to be their new baby Cruz's nanny. It's kind of sad. Usually guys don't feel their biological clock ticking, but that must be the case here. Not only is he older with no prospects, but then he quit his well paying job to move out to Flagstaff, slowly go broke, and train. Since then he's been injured, had a relapse of mono, and been gone half the time. At least he realized it's pointless for him to try and date someone. No female would give him the time of day."
The remaining Flagstaff contestants have never formally voted Paul off the mountain because he is never on the mountain. "The producers of the show are pretty lax on enforcing the rules, but I though if you crack and leave the mountain that's it. Your off and you can't come back. Each time we think Paul is gone, he keeps coming back. I guess we'll have to vote him off if he comes back again."- said an unidentified remaining Survivor.
The crack producers of the show were able to locate Paul in
Boulder and low and behold he indicated he would be coming back to Flagstaff
in a few days. No doubt Paul was telling the truth when he said, "Flagstaff is way better than Boulder", but
perhaps he got wind that the remaining Survivors were going to vote him off
upon his return and was trying to kiss up to them. But the producers of the
show (after the success of American Idol) have decided to remove the decision
from the remaining Survivors, and give it to you the viewer. So you decide?
Should Paul be permanently voted off the mountain?
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