To overwhelm with wordy abuse
Awesome, great music too.
BBC Three‘s Conning the Conmen was on late on Thursday night, and a pre-watershed version will be shown on Wednesday at 2030.
- General Concept – revenge, even if only on a representative of the people we dislike, is bound to appeal to many.
- Becca – Her first work in front of the camera is impressive – real acting talent to stay in character, and a natural presenting style too.
- The white guy presenter (Dan) simply has an irritating voice, and a strange personality tbh – seemed like he was straining to be more interesting (TeleVisually) than he really is…
- Restrain the energy a little, make the programme a touch more serious, and I think the show could do well.
- It can’t be ignored that there are some similar programmes out there. First to mind is Rogue Traders though perhaps they have a more limited ‘victim’ list due to their choice of title.
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Deviance is both admired and admonished, desired and deplored.
While growing up deviance is bad: “don’t break the rules” and good: “don’t succumb to peer-pressure”.
During your career deviance is good: “think outside the box” and bad: “you must follow protocol”.
So why is the word deviant so often assumed to mean criminal?