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An Americanized show would be sub-par. We constantly think that we know the best answer, and our entertainmet is recycled. We are stuck in a loop that proves we have no attention spans and cannot be introduced to anything new or foriegn without feeling the urge to turn it into something familiar.
-- www.geocities.com/kablamotheclown (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 02, 2001
I agree, an Americanized show would be very sub-par. Plus, an American version would have humorless and brainless Barbi & Ken hosts. And, the teams would probably have to dodge 'project threatening' obstacles during their construction time dreamt up by some juvenile entertainment exec.
-- bare foots (email@example.com), January 03, 2001.
My God, British are the biggest racist twits I have ever seen.
-- axl (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 04, 2001.
Junkyard Wars is NOT a feature of VH1 or E!, and it should NOT bear the markings of such lousy vaudeville production. Yes, I know money talks and bullshit walks, but I seriously believe that Junkyard Wars is a GOOD educational show for kids---IF it's not turned into one of those bastard shows that feature "Survivor" teams who aren't actually "surviving" anything, because the mechanical designs were SCRIPTED from the outset.
-- Charles Austin (Veiocity@aol.com), January 04, 2001.