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Amish in the City 2004 – Episode 5

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  1. roxability

    I like Reese, but I am very disappointed when he badgers Kevan about his sexuality. To me, he is worse then someone telling him he shouldn’t be gay. It is none of his business which sex Kevan is interested in or anyone else for that matter. He is being a bully, and it is very ugly.

    • islandantoinette

      My husband was listening to this show while I was watching it, he made a note to come in and tell me he knew always when it was Whitney complaining or moaning. She is a college student OK so grow up Miss Whitney! You are living in a communal situation that means everyone pitches in and does things the way the group as a whole decides. Take Sociology 101 first thing you learn. My husbands main complaint about Black People is that they don’t progress because they don’t help each other. Every other group and race of people all do help each other which is why they do so well and Blacks are on the bottom over the totem pole in every country. And HE IS BLACK!
      It is an embarrassment to him he says. He says we could learn so much from other races and peoples from their way of doing things. Bill Cosby believes the same thing and when he said it all of a sudden he is no longer popular. But life is not about being popular. By being defiant you just make life harder on yourself in any relationship, work environment and school. You are still young I hope you learn this soon. Antoinette RNBSN

      • islandantoinette

        Very astute comment from Ariel about the analogy about the Amish and Hare Krisna being alike, dress and different way of wearing their hair and being different than the Western Religions.

  2. islandantoinette

    Very astute comment from Ariel about the analogy about the Amish and Hare Krisna being alike, dress and different way of wearing their hair and being different than the Western Religions.

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