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11-19-2009, 09:45 PM
Read about the new reality show that MTV has coming in December called "Jersey Shore" on the AboutNewJersey.com Blog - MTV's Jersey Shore Makes a Mockery of the REAL Jersey Shore (http://blog.aboutnewjersey.com/2009/11/19/mtvs-jersey-shore-makes-a-mockery-of-the-real-jersey-shore/)

What is it about the negative media and constant negative erroneous stereotypes constantly being laid on New Jersey? From Saturday Night Live, to late night talk show hosts such as Conan O’Brien, to now MTV, New Jersey is under siege. Let me just say this right from the start – it is time for New Jerseyans – ALL New Jerseyans, from northern mountains to the southern cape, to the Jersey Shore – to stand up and fight back. Enough is enough of being portrayed as low life’s without an ounce of brains.

In case you haven’t heard there is a new show that will be premiering on MTV Dec 3, 2009 called “Jersey Shore”. This is how they describe it…

“… the hottest, tannest, craziest Guidos. They keep their hair high, their muslces juiced and their fists pumping…Get ready for a whole new crazy.”

This is how MTV’s Remote Control Blog talks about the show and the Jersey Shore, as well as New Jerseyans…

“Best know as the birthplace of Bon Jovi (and omg, the JoBros!), New Jersey also lays claim to some of the biggest hair, longest acrylic nails and most colorful lower back tattoos (a.k.a. Tramp Stamps) in the U.S. of A. And contrary to popular belief, the largest concentration of this state’s inhabitants’ defining traits does not exist in its capital of Newark. The club party’s at the beach, *****es.”

BTW – did you notice that MTV doesn’t even know what the capital of New Jersey is??? They must have really intelligent people working at MTV.

That isn’t even the worst of it though. This is what New York’s NBC said about the REAL Jersey Shore in their review of the show…

If you thought “The Hills” was bad, just wait for MTV’s “Jersey Shore,” starring the “hottest, tannest, craziest Guidos” around as they wade (carefully) through the (dirty) water and step (gingerly) on the (needle-ridden) sand on their way to down Jagerbombs.

It seems as if the show should have been called “Obnoxious, Drunken New Yorkers vacation at the Beautiful Jersey Shore”. When is enough enough? New Jerseyans need to find against this and stand up and show the world the REAL New Jersey!

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It is time that New Jerseyans took a stand and demanded that these constant attacks against New Jersey and New Jerseyans stop!

03-31-2010, 04:45 AM
Thursday's finale was watched by 4.8 million viewers, three times the audience of the season opener. Now cast members believe they're worth up to $100,000 each to film the second season this summer. The negotiations are being led by shrewd operator Larry Rudolph, who is managing Pauly D.

But Snooki says that if the talks fail, she plans to find herself a rich man. She told The Post's Kirsten Fleming: "If I am not tied up with work, I will get my own beach house in Belmar and live it up. There's mad-hot rich guys there."

On the party circuit, the "Jersey Shore" stars are in great demand, earning up to $10,000 a night for personal appearances. They'll miss Pauly D's deejay gig at Sutton Place tonight because they've been invited to Sean "Diddy" Combs' "Sweet Sixteen" party for his son, Justin. And sources said Snooki has been invited to the Grammys by Ellen DeGeneres.

Snooki said she was hiring a bodyguard to keep fans at bay. The 22-year-old "Princess of Poughkeepsie" explained, "When we try to go to TGI Friday's or Applebee's, we can't eat because people go crazy."

A rep for MTV refused to comment on the negotiations and added, "We have not yet confirmed a season two."

Read more: http://www.nypost.com/p/pagesix/jersey_stars_want_big_bucks_n3FxsrhxK2TLc4gEtIzxBP #ixzz0jkJACOTM

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