The primary inspiration was those 'Choose Your Own Adventure' books, the ones where you reach the bottom of the page and you have a few options on where the story will go next. You would read a page of the story, then be presented a choice: If you want to go into the cave, turn to page 34; If you want to turn around and continue driving down the road, turn to page 41. That format transformed books from simple linear narratives into interactive journeys where the reader got to control what happened next. That concept is the core of Wayfaring. We'll provide the options, but the audience is going to choose all of our major actions for us. This is going to be the viewer's trip as much as it is ours.
The first difference is the interactivity. Instead of predetermining every step of our journey beforehand, we're letting our path be decided by the audience. But beyond that, we're going to be producing all of our episodes in-sync with the trip while we're on the road. Wherever the public sends us on July 1st is going to be shot, edited, and uploaded to www.Wayfaringlive.com on July 2nd; wherever we get sent on the 2nd is shot, edited and uploaded on the 3rd; and so on and so forth for nearly three weeks this July. This makes the gratification immediate - whatever the viewers decide to make us do, they will get to see the very next day. The travel shows you see on TV choose where they're going all on their own, then need months to craft a single episode; we'll be allowing the audience to give us just a few hours notice where we're going, and then producing an episode in less than 24 hours for twenty straight days this summer.
Whenever I'm not working, my waking hours are spent researching the real location of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
The moon. In all seriousness, I always wanted to be an astronaut, but I eventually read the academic requirements for admission into thetraining program and decided that reality TV was more feasible.
'Spontaneous' implies doing something without a plan - that accurately defines my twenty-seven years of life. One story I'm quite proud of, however, was my wooing of the Barberess of Portsmouth: I was nineteen and needed a haircut (this was pre-flowing-locks-era), so I went to a Great Clips. My hair-chopper was my age and, surprisingly, drop-dead gorgeous. We flirted a bit during the cut, but I lacked the nerve to ask her out afterwards; I just tipped her stupidly well. Whatever, I was young and dumb. I hated myself for days, regretting missing out on what could have been. I drove by that Great Clips everyday on my way home from my internship and the storefront mocked me like a drunken heckler, shaming me for my cowardice. Perhaps a week later, I was driving home on a Friday and - in a spurt of completely random bravado - pulled into the parking lot, marched right into that Great Clips, and demanded to see the Barberess, my muse. She walked over, confused that I already needed another trim. I loudly announced, "Let me take you to dinner tonight." 'Awwws' filled the room. An old woman getting a perm beamed. The flamboyantly gay male employees did that cute-puppy head-tilt clap-thing. The Barberess smiled and said yes. The room cheered, and I was an epic champion for all of fifteen minutes...until the date actually started. It was a total disaster - I think I took her to an Applebee's and spent the evening avoiding eye contact, mumbling to my 2-for-20 deal. Whatever, I was young and dumb.
I don't watch a lot of TV, but I do sometimes catch myself watchingor The Voice and imagining myself as a rock star. I'm completely devoid of singing talent and have been banned from a number of local bars, so all I can do is fantasize from the couch with a drink.
That I'm an X-Man. I have a genetic mutation/superpower that is a first step towards the human race's eventual evolution: I have webbed toes on both of my feet. This adaptation aids me in Sharks and Minnows and late night party tricks.
Caramoan was infinitely more fun: we won more challenges, we had better weather, and my tribe-mates were closer to my age group. In addition, during my final week or so on the island, I'd fallen on the wrong side of the voting numbers, but there was a sense of devil-may-care desperation gameplay that --- while admittedly poorly executed --- was a hell of a lot of fun at the time.
John Cochran, who famously/annoyingly demanded to be acknowledged by his last name on the show, is a good friend to this day. We're both varying degrees of overgrown children.
Know who you are. If you're delusional about the way you're perceived by the rest of the world, you're going to get torn apart both in the game and by the audience, and you'll come out battered and broken on the other end. Self-awareness is the key to both playing the game and not being eviscerated by the public. As I typed that, I realized that if you lack self-awareness, you're not going to know that you lack self-awareness, and you're going to ignore my warning. Good luck anyway.
A lack of space and/or alcohol. You see, for over a month you're forced to tolerate a number of people that you likely cannot stand, and by the end of it you're ready to rip a few of the more annoying ones' heads off. But this condition could easily be cured by being able to simply leave your obnoxious company's presence (impossible via your island's restraints), or multiple stiff drinks (impossible via the lack of a bar on the island).
Mental toughness. The people who don't 'survive' the game are only rarely evacuated for serious physical reasons; more often than not it's because they cracked upstairs. The body is secondary to the mind on.
I grew up watching the show. We weren't allowed to watch TV on weeknights growing up until Survivor started, and then my parents got hooked, so I was allowed this one reprieve. I'd seen every season by the time I finally applied, so it had legitimately been a dream since seventh grade to get to play the game.
Vegetables are yuck gross icky woof. And that's not just on the road, that's anywhere. I like meat and candy and beer, thank you very much.
No. Not really sure why, but I've never felt homesickness in my life. I do now feel obligated to tell my mother that this is not because I don't love her.
Solitude has never bothered me, so being stranded with no one around may be a nice change from society for a while. Thus the item I don't think I could live without would be a whiskey fountain...like a water fountain, but for.
I'm redacting the exact details of this story for decorum and legal purposes, but I have paid off the Mexican police before.
Some of the options the audience has will be awesome for me: we've lined up a dude ranch in, Space Camp in , and even the field where the movie "The Sandlot" was shot in Utah. But the choices are not all fun and games - the audience will have plenty of opportunities to put me in ridiculous and uncomfortable situations. I don't want to give away too many of the surprises, but suffice it to say I am not excited about everything the viewers are going to be able to make me do this summer...
Win. (This response is the fault of Answers.com for giving me a layup)
Coconut water is a laxative.
Anywhere you can rough it during the day, but still get a warm bed and a cocktail at night.
An apathy regarding haircuts, combined with the existing societal pressure to bathe.
Stan Freberg was born on August 7, 1926.
Stan Freberg has written: 'The Best of the Stan Freberg Shows' 'It Only Hurts When I Laugh' -- subject(s): Biography, Comedians, Radio broadcasters 'Presents' 'Stan Freberg Greatest Hits'
Denise Stapley won a $1 million prize as she emerged the winner of 'Survivor Philippines'. She was in the competition along with Malcolm Freberg and Lisa Whelchel.
Donavan Freberg's birth name is Baby Boy Freberg.
Donna Freberg was born on June 12, 1930, in Illinois, USA.
Stan Freberg's birth name is Stanley Victor Freberg.
Donavan Freberg was born on April 6, 1971, in Los Angeles, California, USA.
Stan Freberg was 88 years old when he died on April 7, 2015 (birthdate: August 7, 1926).
Donna Freberg died on May 12, 2000, in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA of lung cancer.
The spring season of Survivor, Survivor: Caramoan, voted Malcolm Freberg the Fan Favorite. The fall season of Survivor, Survivor: Blood vs. Water did not have a 'Fan Favorite' associated with the season.
He found the spiritual home he had been seeking for most of his life .. Malcolm had been seeking big answers and spiritual answers throughout his life and he found what he had been seeking for in the Islamic religion.
people of the world, you should know the answers you should be coming on this stupid website looking for answers. bizz
Malcolm Freberg has: Played Malcolm in "The Bold and the Beautiful" in 1987. Played Himself - Dangrayne Tribe in "Survivor" in 2000. Played Himself - The Final Four in "Survivor" in 2000. Played Himself - Gota Tribe in "Survivor" in 2000. Played Himself - Matsing Tribe in "Survivor" in 2000. Played Himself - Bikal Tribe in "Survivor" in 2000. Played Himself - Tandang Tribe in "Survivor" in 2000. Played Himself - The Jury in "Survivor" in 2000. Played himself in "Survivor" in 2000. Played Himself - Enil Edam Tribe in "Survivor" in 2000. Played himself in "The Jeff Probst Show" in 2012. Played Himself - Guest Co-Host in "Survivor After Show" in 2013.
Carl Roger Freberg has written: 'Elements of mechanical vibration' -- subject(s): Vibration 'The solution of vibration problems by use of electrical models' -- subject(s): Vibration
Stan Freberg was born on August 7, 1926.
the x stands for unknown Because they didn't want slave names. Get your answers right
Donna Freberg's birth name is Andresen, Donna.
St. George and the Dragonet by Stan Freberg.
Frankie Muniz plays Malcolm in the funny show Malcolm in the middle
The person who played Malcolm in the TV show Malcolm in the middle is Frankie Muniz.
Allan Ramsay has written: 'Answers for Allan Ramsay of Kinkell, to the petition and complaint of Sir Michael Malcolm of Lochore'
He was born Malcolm Little, but had his name legally changed to Malcolm XMalcolm Little
When did Malcolm X what? -.-
Malcolm Hecker goes by Malx, and Malcolm Ch.
Malcolm X's name wasn't always Malcolm X. His original name was Malcolm Little. He considered "Little" a slave name so he had it changed to Malcolm X.
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