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Survivor: 10 Things About Rob

Thanks to Arcterex for scanning in an image from a newspaper, here I give you 10 Tidbits About Sneaky Rob. In no particular order…

  1. Rob scored a 1420 on his SAT. He's a smart cookie.
  2. Rob graduated from the honors program at SUNY Oswego with a Bachelor of Arts degree in broadcasting, and he received an A on his senior thesis, The Impact of Reality Television. He's literally schooled in Survivor.
  3. Rob is a guy's guy, having been a member of Sigma Chi.

  1. Rob would like to be a member of Congress because "it looks like they can do anything they want with no repercussion."
  2. Rob's "greatest accomplishment" is a last-minute 21-hour college road trip to Mardi Gras.
  3. Rob's personal hero is The Price is Right's Bob Barker.
  4. Rob wishes he was superman because "the X-ray vision would keep me busy for hours."
  5. If Rob wins $1,000,000 he plans to build a "fully equipped bachelor pad with a big neon sign that will say OPEN."
  6. Item 9 in the article is useless, and talks about the episode that aired that night.
  7. He has completely underestimated Matthew (so the article says).

I didn't care for the wasted two items at the end. This article is not online or I'd have simply linked to it. 😛

4 Responses to "Survivor: 10 Things About Rob"

  1. All Hail Rob

    With every passing week I love Rob even more. He brings to the table many of the same qualities that Richard brought and he does it while still being funny and (for the most part) likable. Like him or not,...

  2. Survivor VI

    Ok, I admit it. I love to watch Survivor. I noticed that Rob was a "software guy" (he's a Computer...

  3. Survivor 6, Jenna Wins

    Good wrap up Erik! The only thing with this last survivor (I haven't watched it since the first one) is...

  4. I like Cesternino...he is pretty smart


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