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    Thumbs down New reality show coming "Push Girls"

    Caught some promo on a paparazzi show, Insider announcing the coming show based on three women in w/chairs. One reportedly a quad.
    Another feel good misrep of who we mostly are. Don't suppose they cast any pain-stricken, hi-quad struggling with, lost job, career, family, friends, and health, along with absent caregivers, and crummy SSDI, hospital ER's, and medical insurances?

    PUSH GIRLS

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    http://tinyurl.com/7zuvplg

    One of the women is a quad. This article in the New York Post was HORRIBLE from "wheelchair bound" to "beautiful but useless legs" and "victim" of this and that.

    The show could potentially show real-life free-range wheelers and that could be enlightening. I think it will be a big hit with devos. ick.

    If you are appalled by the reporting, I welcome you to join me in tweeting @newyorkpost and let them know they got it wrong!
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    i like the premise of the show but yea... the huffington post was just... yikes with the language.

    but then i love myself the real housewives of beverley hills and atlanta
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    It sounds cool but I am a little scared about it as well. I don't want my friends knowing personal details of my injury such as bowl and bladder control and other things that we deal with. I don't share those things with co workers and friends so I'm a little uncomfortable with that aspect. I hope that it highlights the things we can control and do more so than the challenging parts of our life.
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    I remember when TLC, A&E and Bravo had intellegent programming.
    Now it seems like the reality shows are just trying to outdo each other and this one is a stretch.
    It is the women's business if they chose to do it, but just so many ways it could go wrong.

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    Hmmmm...

    Guess I'd have to see how it's done before I decide how I feel about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhoenixFiresky View Post
    Hmmmm...

    Guess I'd have to see how it's done before I decide how I feel about it.

    I expect it will be a devo orgy
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    Quote Originally Posted by crypticgimp View Post
    i like the premise of the show but yea... the huffington post was just... yikes with the language.

    but then i love myself the real housewives of beverley hills and atlanta
    Do you have the HuffPo link? I didn't see it there. If their language is as screwed up as the NY Post, I wanna call them on it.
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    I know one of the women that will be on the show. Actually she is a member from years past.
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    At least the comments I read (at the tiny URL, the New York Post) seem to understand the language, and how offensive it was.
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