The Red World

Do gingers have souls? We’re going to find out this season on The Real World because we have 2 red heads on the cast: Robb and Laura. Let’s take a look back at some of The Real World’s other red heads and determine if they had souls.

Montana (Boston)

Montana is known for a couple of things: getting fired, being called a whore, and fighting with Beth. She lost her job during her Boston season when she let one of the kids she was supervising drink wine. She cheated on her boyfriend during the season, and then her boyfriend called her up and repeatedly called her a whore over the phone. She fought with Beth on the very first challenge, and the feud continued on The Gauntlet 2, 8 years later.

Verdict: No Soul

Lindsay (Seattle)

Lindsay was lovable on her Real World season. She learned to value life after one of her close friends committed suicide. On Battle of the Seasons she managed to stay level headed when dealing with her irritating partner Stephen.

Verdict: Soul

Frankie (San Diego 1)

I feel a little bad letting Frankie get involved in this mix, but she DID have red hair throughout most of her season. Frankie was very open about all of the struggles in her life, including her battle with cystic fibrosis. She was a free-spirit that loved to change the color of her hair.

Verdict: Soul

Sarah (Philadelphia)

Sarah had a lot of ups and downs during her Real World season. She fought with her mom a lot over the phone. One time over buying really expensive jeans, another because her mom told her she needed to lose weight. She is also known for trying to convert a gay man by having sex with him, as well as numerous fights with her roommates. However, she was very supportive of Willie and had a lot of fun with her roomies.

Verdict: Some Soul

Wes (Austin)

One the Real World, Wes was best known for collecting girl’s numbers and having a groupie drawer. Whenever he wanted a hook up, he’d reach into the drawer and call a girl up. On the challenges, he’s known for arguing with Kenny, and forming failing alliances. He’s not afraid to throw missions when need be, and he’s even stabbed his best friend (and former roommate) Danny in the back.

Verdict: No soul

Brianna (Hollywood)

According to Darrell, Bri’s got some hood in her. She’s best known for her semi-hit single Summertime and for lashing out at roommate Kimberley when Kim told her not to get “ghetto.” Otherwise Bri was a nice girl, and supportive of her roommate Joey that was dealing with drug issues throughout the season.

Verdict: Soul

Now we have two more red heads coming into our lives. Hopefully they have some soul!

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  1. My suggestion is actaluly read the article and look at their data, their conclusions are based on only a couple of years observation and they (National Academy of Science) admit they don’t have the basic data to even ask the right questions. Re-look at their data, it shows temperatures are higher. There’s a trend downward on temps, but overall they’re higher. Think we might have gathered more knowledge, more data and from more source points since the 70s? You know, back when we thought dinosaurs were slow and drug their tails on the ground, and when a diagnosis of cancer (of any type) was a (quick) death sentence and the height of video games was Pong?We now have so much more data, and faster computers, that we can now see mega trends (much of the data used in this article has a limited sample range, that is only the northern hemisphere). The globe does go through periods of warming and cooling. That was a part of the original cooling warning. In 1975 we were two decades past the longest warming cycle known (and still known). This feed into their climate predictions leading them to see that the increased equitorial temps and periodic cooler temps in the northernm hemisphere signaled we were about to start the change. So we are now half a century out and still warming. This is the longest, and most intense warming cycle the world has known for the past million plus years (as far as we can see with tree-ring and ice-core date).As to how warming can cause freezing, it’s possible that the increased fresh water from glacial melt can affect ocean currents (which provide much of the warmth outside the tropics). We’re already seeing changes at the poles in these currents. If the Gulf Stream should shift (or close down) that would me colder temps for NW Europe and the East Coast of the US.

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