Saturday, December 10, 2011

The most INSANE reality show contestants EVER

And we think we have talent in America.   This is from a reality show in India.  These guys have a huge future in show business.  And they're available for kids parties!  Warning:  Just a tad violent.    All I can say is "Bravo!" and "Yikes!"   Gather the whole family and enjoy.

14 comments:

John Pearley Huffman said...

Wow that was a quick removal.

Anonymous said...

Speaking of quick removals...

Ken, one of your recent posts has apparently been removed. Was that by someone's request or did you have second thoughts? A disappointment because it was a great post. The New Yorker's current issue has a profile covering a similar situation. (Apologies if you have already answered this question elsewhere.)

Sincerely,
-Anonymous

Roger Owen Green said...

bummer; sounded intriguing...

Mac said...

The Warriors Of Goja are faster than the Ninja when it comes to video removal. It's gone viral so you can se it on youTube. It is insane, and it makes me nostalgic for The Gong Show.

sanford said...

If you want to see it here it is

http://www.chinasmack.com/2011/videos/warriors-of-goja-on-indian-talent-show-goes-viral-in-china.html

I am not sure why you tube took it off. If you read the reasoning the video doesn't adhere to any of them such as being spam or deceiving.

I had already seen it before you tube pulled it down. It was amazing.

Johnny Walker said...

Hey Anonymous, I read Ken's blog just about every day. I was wondering what post you were referring to, and if I missed it. Could you be a little more explicit. It's quite possible that Ken published something he didn't mean to, and withdrew it simply because it didn't think it was ready.

Thanks,
- Johnny

Anonymous said...

Mr. Walker,

The post about coaches turned broadcasters, returning to coaching.

Yours,
-Anonymous

Ken Levine said...

I wasn't happy with that post so want to rewrite it. It might appear again later.

Neil D said...

I don't want to be that guy, but really? It's just a bunch of guys doing carny gags that have been around for ages. Sure, they're doing them a little wildly and much less carefully than they should (at least a couple of those didn't go as intended), but there was nothing there that I hadn't seen before.

Anonymous said...

Thank you, Ken. I look forward to (re)reading it.

As always, until I get a Google, I.D., I remain
-Anonymous

Dan Tedson said...

Anonymous is very formal. I like to think of him as wearing a top hat and white gloves and using words like "haberdashery" and "kerfuffle."

Glad that got answered though. Felt kind of Stepford wifey how it just went away unnoticed.

Paul Duca said...

The best part was watching the reactions of India's answer to Paula, Jennifer, Simon and Randy.

RyderDA said...

Ken, you want to re-write a blog post? Why? Did you get notes from your wife and daughter?

Johnny Walker said...

Anonymous is very formal. I like to think of him as wearing a top hat and white gloves and using words like "haberdashery" and "kerfuffle."

Now I imagine him (her?) as a super villain.