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Re: Lindsay, 25 - Casting for new DOCUSERIES on MAJOR NETWORK@
« Reply #15 on: March 13, 2015, 03:22:00 PM »
Is the ad on AFA for casting of a new reality show the same or different from the OP's?

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A Foreign Affair is working exclusively with a major television network to produce an ongoing reality show that depicts the International dating process through the eyes of the men and women participating in our group Romance tours. We are very excited to be working with the Network to produce this show that will depict how the tours really work, while at the same time focusing on the relationships that are forged as a result of the tours. After our discussions with the producers we are confident that the Network will portray the subject of International Dating in a positive, balanced, and objective manner.


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Re: Lindsay, 25 - Casting for new DOCUSERIES on MAJOR NETWORK@
« Reply #16 on: March 14, 2015, 12:36:44 AM »
#7 definitely (that cracks me up)
 
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Casting for new DOCU-SERIES on MAJOR NETWORK
« Reply #17 on: March 14, 2015, 02:01:24 AM »

The main reason that networks do this is because of the feminist don't think that there is any reason that a normal man wouldn't want one of their fat cow sisters.

The networks CAN'T show anything that would encourage men to go to the FSU and marry non feminist women.

I would love to watch a normal international marriage show. Britain has the same rigid requirements posted above.

The Austrian analogue is called "Das Geschäft mit der Liebe", runs for 5 years already, and is, IMO, completely staged.

http://atv.at/das-geschaeft-mit-der-liebe-staffel-1/

http://atv.at/das-geschaeft-mit-der-liebe-staffel-2/

http://atv.at/das-geschaeft-mit-der-liebe-staffel-3/

http://atv.at/das-geschaeft-mit-der-liebe-staffel-4/

http://atv.at/das-geschaeft-mit-der-liebe-staffel-5/

The women are... shown, but not in depth. Only like a flock around the men who are, in theory, looking for the wives abroad. But the men! I wonder how was it possible to find in such a small and nice country like Austria such a brilliant collection of exemplary idiots, displaying all human vices (from physical aggression and alcoholism till narcissism) possible  :sick0012:
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Re: Lindsay, 25 - Casting for new DOCUSERIES on MAJOR NETWORK@
« Reply #18 on: March 14, 2015, 03:06:41 AM »
They've will send a producer here to try to recruit some idiot to let them invade their
private lives for free. The producer is like all such producers and will tell any lie to
get the right candidate to sign up.

My thoughts exactly.

I'm a fairly private kind of guy (although I have shared perhaps too much here) and I can think of nothing worse than having some trashy American documentary crew following me around, as I genuinely try to meet women for relationship purposes.

Perhaps in my younger days, I would have done it for a laugh should there be a big fee involved but what sort of idiot thinks filming the delicate details of ones private life for free is acceptable/possible??

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Re: Lindsay, 25 - Casting for new DOCUSERIES on MAJOR NETWORK@
« Reply #19 on: March 14, 2015, 07:05:28 AM »
NOW CASTING for NEW DOCU SERIES on a MAJOR NETWORK...

Does your soul mate live in a foreign country?
Are you thinking of taking a trip to their country to propose?

A major US TV production company is looking for eligible singles who have met someone overseas.

We would love to consider you if …

•   You’ve made a deep connection with a foreigner either online or in person and want to progress things further with a trip to their country to propose.


•   You met someone on an international vacation or business trip and have been thinking about them ever since.

 We’d love to capture your journey on camera as you travel overseas to pop the question!

If you’re a smart, funny, adventurous guy/girl and you've got a tale of international love, we want to hear from you!

Email internationallovetvshow@gmail.com and send us your story. Make sure to include a few recent photos of yourself AND your international love interest.
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Is this show going to detail the relationships being created in North Korea? It's a bit dodgy to visit (also, the kimchee is watery and bland compared to its southern counterpart), communicating before visiting is usually done by paying someone on the Chinese border to pass notes through the concertina wire to DPRK guards on the take, and of course, you have to pay some shady North Korean guards on the Chinese border when it comes time to exfiltrate your fiancée, then use coyotes to transport her through China to Bangkok, Thailand, and get deported to Seoul, South Korea, where she will instantly be recognized as a citizen of South Korea. After that, she can interview for the fiancée visa at the U.S. Embassy in Seoul.

See, it's not complicated at all.... 
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Re: Lindsay, 25 - Casting for new DOCUSERIES on MAJOR NETWORK@
« Reply #20 on: March 14, 2015, 07:16:04 AM »
  It's really too bad that US networks feel they must always go for the freak show as a means to gather an audience.  Click on a Canadian show on international marriages and its done in a civil manner, delivered in a calm normal way.
 For some reason that model doesn't work in the US, they must have excitement with lots of yelling, useless dramas all delivered at a fast pace. I see it all the time, lots of noise, participants running and cheering with arms raised, like WTF answers their front door that way as they rush onto the lawn?

 It would be too much to expect US networks to try and deliver normal couples, void of all the crap that makes up all those crappy US 'reality' shows on their stations today.

 If the OP here wasn't doing their best to dredge up the losers and ridicule them all, and if they went with many of the couples married on this forum alone, the show would be something educational, not another stupid show aimed at the ADD crowd that has poisoned the US networks.

 Good luck trying to put together your show, you're better off going to Odessa UA and waiting for the old 50+ Americans exiting the airport, and follow them around for the week while they seek out a nice 22yo. That's where you can film your train wrecks week after week.

Jerry Mander had a good book, Four Arguments for the Elimination of Television....



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Re: Lindsay, 25 - Casting for new DOCUSERIES on MAJOR NETWORK@
« Reply #21 on: March 14, 2015, 09:41:21 AM »
NOW CASTING for NEW DOCU SERIES on a MAJOR NETWORK...

Does your soul mate live in a foreign country?
Are you thinking of taking a trip to their country to propose?

A major US TV production company is looking for eligible singles who have met someone overseas.

We would love to consider you if …

•   You’ve made a deep connection with a foreigner either online or in person and want to progress things further with a trip to their country to propose.


•   You met someone on an international vacation or business trip and have been thinking about them ever since.

 We’d love to capture your journey on camera as you travel overseas to pop the question!

If you’re a smart, funny, adventurous guy/girl and you've got a tale of international love, we want to hear from you!

Email internationallovetvshow@gmail.com and send us your story. Make sure to include a few recent photos of yourself AND your international love interest.
,

Is this show going to detail the relationships being created in North Korea? It's a bit dodgy to visit (also, the kimchee is watery and bland compared to its southern counterpart), communicating before visiting is usually done by paying someone on the Chinese border to pass notes through the concertina wire to DPRK guards on the take, and of course, you have to pay some shady North Korean guards on the Chinese border when it comes time to exfiltrate your fiancée, then use coyotes to transport her through China to Bangkok, Thailand, and get deported to Seoul, South Korea, where she will instantly be recognized as a citizen of South Korea. After that, she can interview for the fiancée visa at the U.S. Embassy in Seoul.

See, it's not complicated at all....
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