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Survivor: South Pacific - Meet Keith

Posted on the 28 August 2011 by Tvgeek @TVGeek_blog
Survivor: South Pacific - Meet KeithName: Keith TollefsonAge: 26Tribe designation: SavaiiCurrent residence: Edina, MinnesotaOccupation: Water Treatment TechPersonal claim to fame: I graduated college and moved to Hawaii for two years because that was my dream.Inspiration in Life: My mom. She raised me and my sister with little help and eventually bought a house for us after saving for years. She taught me how to be a gentleman even while I was causing trouble when I was young. She instilled great morals, values and love for all those around me.Hobbies: Surfing, swimming and long-boarding.Pet peeves: I really dislike people talking behind my back, especially when it’s not true, and rude people.3 Words to describe you: Fun, adventurous and driven.Survivor Contestant you are most like: Boston Rob because he's memorable and played one of the best psychological games.Reason for being on Survivor: I want to challenge myself, learn what limits I can reach and break them. Not only to survive, but win, so I'm number one.Why you think you'll "survive" Survivor: I have strength, intelligence and am EMT certified. I have the ability to manage high stress situations and still have a positive attitude. I am also willing to do whatever it takes to survive.Why you think you will be the sole Survivor: I can make people understand, or think my decisions are looking out for them. I never quit. I wouldn't go on the show if I didn’t feel I could win!Keith definitely has a view on life that most of us don't. I like his story and the fact that, though he has a pacemaker, he is an outdoorsy person who can hunt, fish and scuba-dive. He should be great at camp life and might challenge Ozzy in the provider role. What's great about this season is that there are a lot of people who can take on this role so I'm hoping the slacking off days are over. He seems very fit and athletic, despite his heart condition, and I hope nothing goes wrong and he won't have to be evacuated for medical reasons at some point during the game.He also seems quite likable, but I agree that some people might see his condition as a reason for a sympathy vote at the end and might want to take him out right after the merge.My take: meh...He's interesting enough but I don't see him as a very rounded player. I doubt he could work strategy in a way that can take him far in the game. Plus, for me there's only one dolphin/monkey boy and that's Ozzy, so anyone challenging him at his own game will not be one of my favorites.

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