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Oh, and for you non-fund raisers, elegant minimalist adult venues are where the philanthropic are most comfortable in attendance, not a carnival, even for Children's charity, unless it's a children attended event; remember your audience. Lick your wounds and figure it out people. None of the finales I've seen like this reality show base the final decisions on just the last task, but takes into consideration every task performance of the finalist throughout the game or show to make their decisions on the winner. The tactics one uses to win can bite one into the losing position -overall. Lesson to be learned - by many it seems! **Final Answer (Part 5 of 5 -the end.)
5 seasons on the air and 2 of the winners are already singers so of course he cannot pick another singer.
Also, played the 'colored' card as never had a 'colored' person.
Also, Clay is homosexual and Donald is 'stuck in the dark ages' when it comes to ethics. Clay was already out even before the challenge started because of these 3 reasons. Even though I honestly believe Clay deserved to win, it seems like Donald's buddies always win.........Pierce, Joan, Brett........not fair but what can you do? It is his decision in the end. Obviously it does nto matter how much you make for your charity on the final challenge, that has been proven over and over. It is who is buddies with Donald more and this season it was Arsenio. you are a winner in my eyes Clay!
Black, white, gay, green, purple, indifferent, your behavior matters overall in the corporate world and the people you surround yourself with matters, too. Arsenio lost his cool with Aubrey (and who wouldn't, I was ready to slap her myself and Lisa many times), and he sincerely apologized for the way he responded, not the image he's proudest of. Arsenio represented the better character overall. But team Lisa/Aubrey were so self-absorbed and fanatically difficult to many of their teammates, and that's how Clay molded himself out of a win in the end. Part 4 - continued...
. Lisa also had the filthiest mouth and ramped it up in the finale entertainment segment of the show, while praising Clay when she first appeared on stage â€“ and she did represent the opposing camp several times, as I remember her presenting the check with her drag queen look-a-like demonstrating her plight to see her team lose. Clay didn't act with any integrity either, because true leaders recognize acts of conflicts of interest and would have declined Lisa's donation during the final task. That's the gamble that Clay took and lost with. Believe that!! Corporate branding pays close attention to these types of antics, as employees have to sign commitments in that regard. So you think any brand would say that a leader engaged in conflicts of interest activity will say, it's ok, let's overlook that based on a dollar figure raised? Not going to happen, folks. Part 3 - Continued..
Clay chose to follow down the butts and nose jobs of the meanest girls and at the end of the day, any brand will weigh their reputation above the antics that played out in his (Clay's) end game with Lisa jumping ship to donate 10,000 dollars to the opposing team (which spoke volumes that there was blatant sabotage afoot within Arsenio's camp). And clearly Lisa and Clay escalated the drama earlier, when they deliberately acted to sabotage Dayana's task, and which became was another indicator of his lack of character, integrity that was not overlooked, people. Despite that, Arsenio would not allow himself to negatively comment, taking the high road on everything that Lisa did in supporting the opposing team when pressed for comments in the finale. Part 2 - To be Continued...
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