Thursday, October 11, 2007

I Survived

I'm glad to have lived long enough to see that asswipe, Jonny (Dalton) Fairplay, finally get what's coming to him. Survivor fans will remember Fairplay from Survivor 7:Pearl Islands (2003), who is infamous for two things - first, to keep from being voted off the island, he played the sympathy card by telling everyone that his grandmother died (not true), and second, for getting the Survivor All Star Favorite Player of all time, Rupert Boneham, kicked off the island.

Fairplay was recently on a reality awards show with Danny Bonaduce (of "The Partridge Family.") When Fairplay walked out on stage, people started booing. Fairplay pretended to be incredulous. "Are you people booing? Who's booing? Why are you booing?" he wanted to know. Bonaduce tapped him on the shoulder and stage-whispered, "They're booing because they hate you." The audience laughed and cheered. Then Fairplay jumped on Bonaduce, literally, pinning Bonaduce's arms at his sides. Fairplay started trying to hump him. So, Bonaduce flipped Fairplay over his shoulders, and Fairplay landed on his face and broke his front teeth. Here's the video. Watch it as many times as you like. (I did.)

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Now, whiny little Jonny is suing for damages to "cover medical expenses, emotional distress, lost earnings, and punitive damages." He won't have much luck with that:

After an investigation, the District Attorney's Office decided not to press charges against Bonaduce.

Bonaduce did not intentionally injure Fairplay and his “actions fell within the realm of self-defense,” Deputy District Attorney Jeffrey Boxer wrote last week.

Dontcha love it when what goes around comes around, and then they whine about it?

Here's a picture of the beloved Rupert. Rupert Boneham was so popular (even though he didn't win, thanks to Fairplay, who came in third, ha-ha) that the producers had an All Star show and gave him a million dollars (it was no secret that the only possible winner would be Rupert, as the award was based on viewer votes.) After Survivor 7, Rupert was even allowed to compete on Survivor 8.

What did Rupert do with that million dollars? He used it to fund his non-profit Rupert's Kids to mentor troubled teens. He's also written a book, Just Being Me, to bring in extra funds for his project. That's what class and real fair play is all about.