Yeah But Didn't They Leave New Jersey?
I'm not going to try and pretend like I haven't seen it, though I managed to avoid it just after San Francisco went digital and Comcast started charging $2 a month per TV to get any channel above 30 unscrambled like 80s cable porn. Unfortunately MTV is getting everything it can out of the old episodes to promote the new ones and I gave in and coughed up $2 a month for this crap. So since I've seen Jersey Shore, I can say it isn't cable porn and Christie has to have better things to do.
Mostly because they're going to Miami so he doesn't have to worry about it.
Some five million Americans may love “Jersey Shore,” but Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey says he thinks the MTV show, about a group of Italian-Americans sharing a beach house in Seaside Heights, is a “negative” for his state.
The governor appeared Sunday on ABC’s “This Week,” and after questions about the state’s serious challenges, he was asked by the host, Jake Tapper, whether he thought the reality program was “positive for New Jersey or negative.”
“Negative for New Jersey,” Mr. Christie replied. “What it does is it takes a bunch of New Yorkers — most of the people on ‘Jersey Shore’ are New Yorkers — drops them at the Jersey Shore and tries to make America feel like this is New Jersey.”
If he were smart, he'd look at marketing a "Real Jersey" hair gel.