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If you quit Survivor should you still be on the jury?

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  • If you quit Survivor should you still be on the jury?

    Something to think about since 2 people quit on the last episode of Survivor. It's tough, it's difficult, it's hard... no sleep, very little food, exposed to the elements... point is they signed up for it and I don't have any sympathy for them. If someone quit early on it wouldn't be a big deal. So what, they quit, moving on. But Survivor is now down to a single "tribe". Everyone voted out now has a "place" on the jury. 3 people were already voted out. 3 people that wanted to play, wanted to be there, did everything they could to try and stay in the game. Now 2 people have quit and will likely take a seat on this jury. Jeff made the comment a couple times, and for once I agree, I feel bad for the people on the jury. They did everything possible to stay in the game, were voted out, and then someone else just quits. So my question... should those who quit be allowed to sit on the jury? They lasted x amount of time... but they quit.
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    Re: If you quit Survivor should you still be on the jury?

    No way. They should get nothing. A ticket home and that's it.

    Wow, that actually made me mad enough to post about it! :lol:
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      Re: If you quit Survivor should you still be on the jury?

      I was hoping that their torches would be burnt or cast away into the ocean, not snuffed. I would be happy for them to send Nay and PK back to the US but unfortionatly there has been a precedent set in a previous season, so this did not happen

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        Re: If you quit Survivor should you still be on the jury?

        I loved last night, when Jeff introduced them as quitters, and I hope he does that through the reunion show too. Jeff's blog last week says that they are looking at the rules, and that next time, it'll be different.
        xo, Deanna

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