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2 Responses to “Big profits unlikely for family in balloon drama –”

  1. jbintenn Says:

    “razzberryrose (11 friends, send message) wrote: 2m ago
    Every time you think people can’t get any trashier, moronic and stupid, a “family” like this comes along. And I’ll bet you a week’s salary that they’ll still end up on some white trash show (Jerry Springer? Maury?) sooner or later. The rest of white trash America eats this stuff up, simply because their lives are so pitiful and they like to look for those even more pititful than themselves. If the Hinnies (no, that’s not a typo) don’t go to jail, it will be a terrible miscarriage of justice. People like this need to be locked up for a long, long time. P.S. All the kids, and the wife, look like they should be in a remake of “Deliverance.”


    I agree. This latest incident involving the Keenes is exactly what is wrong with Reality TV when you don’t establish the proper boundaries. That is not to say that the concept of Reality TV is bad and all the shows need to be stopped. No need to list them because we know who they are. But it is the “Springer’s” of the world that started all of this and as long as we continue to watch it and thus, support this garbage, it will continue. Want to stop it? Boycott Reality TV or at least the shows that are morally repugnant….plain and simple. No advertisers…… money….no shows.

    We are teaching our kids that this kinda stuff is acceptable when it remains ‘front and center’ on the air, whether given the choice to turn it off or not. Just the fact that it is allowed to exist is the REAL problem.

  2. jbintenn Says:

    + jck148 (0 friends, send message) wrote: 2m ago
    I’ll fully admit that I gave this family the benefit of the doubt early on and defended the ordeal as an honest mistake of a kid getting scared and hiding.

    I was wrong.”


    Me too. Absolutely disgusting what this man did. There are others out there too that would love to use a vehicle like reality TV to spew their lies for their personal gain. It is the producers of these type shows to use common sense and better judgement on who they decide to parade across our TV’s and if they can’t, then we stop it by turning it off until it goes away.

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