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alecbaldwin

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  1. alecbaldwin

    S29.E12: We're Going To Victory Lane

    The bottom line is whichever team manages to come in first on the last leg deserves to win. There are no such thing as "underserving winners".
  2. alecbaldwin

    S29.E12: We're Going To Victory Lane

    I really do think from my perspective that there are instances that Brooke is just "vocal" but would come off as "complaining" to the viewers. As Abba (of James & Abba, S.21) once said "Viewers are at the comfort of their own home with the a/c on sipping cold soda, how about you do the task in immense pressure?" It's easy for them to comment on this and that but when you are at the challenge yourself, it is not as easy as it looks.
  3. alecbaldwin

    S29.E12: We're Going To Victory Lane

    If Brooke get a penny every times someone insult her online, she will be rich without her share of a million dollars.
  4. alecbaldwin

    S11.E25: Live Final Performances

    @Michel I always look forward to your comment on the performances so what do you think about them?
  5. alecbaldwin

    Masterchef Junior (US)

    Extended Scene: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p0xy_xbi_eQ See, that's what I want to watch, vanilla and chocolate coating cookies and white and yolk're united. If the kids can be like that, why we adults concern too much about race and gender bias.
  6. alecbaldwin

    Masterchef Junior (US)

    But if we look at the bigger picture, 4 out of 5 MC winners is female, no male winner until season 4 and the last finale we had 2 female finalists. is it because of that so the two winners of MCJr are male and last season we had 2 male finalists? Because the show is gender-bias? I have a better explanation. Since white male tend to feel more secure and confident about themself more often than white female, they tend to develop a real passion and a for cooking and a plan to make it becomes a professional a lot sooner than white female. That's why you usually see restaurants owners and the kitchen staffs be male and cookbook authors be female. On MC, we usually hear female contestants say they've been cooking since forever for their families, their husband... but never thought about making it becomes a professional until recently, more than they didn't want to put themself in a massive debt and go to culinary school. Because of that, we usually see "male chef" and "female home-cook" even though they're as good as each other at cooking and in this case, "male MCJr winner" and "female MC winner".
  7. alecbaldwin

    Masterchef Junior (US)

    So bottom line is we will never know if the article did tell the all the truths or some part's truth, some part's bias; I will eliminate the possility that all the articale is bias (sorry, Drogo) and we won't discuss further about this because my head is start to explode.
  8. alecbaldwin

    Masterchef Junior (US)

    There are some trues in that article but there are also a lot of misunderstands. Personally, I think Samuel was saved because he had the personality that the audience love-to-hate not because he is a "white male"; all the black contestants are made invisible because quietness is in their nature probably more often than white contestants either or both because of the history or they actually was giving a hard time by white people in real life so that they built a wall to block out all white people and their fellow white contestants can't break it. Do you realize that Ayla and Adaiah become the last black contestant quickly in both seasons and both seasons doesn't have that many black contestant? I would like to know how many black contestants actually auditioned for the show compare to the number of white contestants did to decide if this is really a white people's hate crime.
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