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I was one of those who were disappointed when Kaysar nominated Diane and Nakomis, but I have to say now that I am not disappointed at all.

I believe that most of us were wrong when they expected Kaysar to stir the pot early on, just as he did last year. Look at how much of a threat he was seen as, and look at how quickly he was thrown out the second time when he came back.

You should also look at how quickly Danielle and Allison found themselves on the block for being so aggressive at the beginning.

I believe that early in the game, you have to be play a little, without overdoing it or trying to hide under the radar. If you are head of household, go against underdogs with potential, and you won't seem to be as dangerous.

Big moves have to be spared for the moments when they are needed.

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I would have to agree. I think most people are dying for some big plays and some drama to mix things up a bit, but at this stage of the game it would be suicide. It's way too early for big moves. I hope it works out for him.

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Actually, I don't think Kaysar really did do himself any favors by putting up Nakomis and Diane. I believe that if and when non-sov players get power, they're coming after Kaysar just as hard as they ever would have. In fact, Marcellas was quite PISSED at Kaysar's nominations, and had Marcellas won HOH this week he said he would nominate Kaysar pronto.

The one who really needs to step back and get pissed is Janelle. She was target #1 from the get-go. Her alliance has now had power for the past three weeks (including herself the first week). She keeps thinking they need to dismantle the threats in the house (Jase, Diane, Boogie), yet both Kaysar and James have now failed to eliminate any major threats (granted, Nakomis is tough but her strategy was to lay low early in the game -- she could have been dealt with later). And now, of course, Chicken George must go, being such a big threat and all. (PULEEZZZZZZ.....).

Janelle is not benefitting at all from Kaysar's week as HOH or now from James's week. Janelle will be the one to pay the price come next week if Jase or Diane get HOH. If I was Janelle, I would be re-thinking my alliance altogether, and the next time I got HOH I might even consider flipping the house totally upside down by nominating James and Kaysar.

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i dont think it matters who they nominate. they are targets regardless of it.

but i will say that i think the longer they leave the stronger players in.. the harder it will be to get them out. plus, if a bb6er plans on winning in the end, they will need to be up there with another bb6er. if there is a non bb6er up there with a bb6er the jury will vote for the non bb6er. at least a floater might vote for a bb6er.

wow.. how many times can i type "bb6er" in one post! :blink:

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At this point George is NOT a threat. He is never going to win a comp so he can be voted out any time. They need to vote out the power.

Oh well.........

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When I was watching the feeds the other night, I recorded a video of CG and Kaysar talking. He (CG) is just happy to be there. Helping people out where he can. As he put it 'what else does he have to do' in the house.

He seems to be the only one genuinely happy to be there! I don't want him to leave this early!! :)

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Because they were too chicken shit to PLAY THE GAME.

I think James and Kaysar are playing the game just not the game you want them to.

James has this whole master plan that includes deceiving his bb6 alliance and his newer one with Will and Danielle.

He will have to dump on one of them soon so it should be interesting

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