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|Posted by: MacGyverGod 24 April 2019 - 11:25 AM|
| So in all the years you have watched MacGyver, what did you actually learn from the show?
Like drugs and alcohol are bad news? The meaning of fair play? Something scientific, historical or political? Being polite to older people or strangers? Being humble?
Just curious, what did you learn?
|Posted by: perfectlykevin 2 June 2019 - 09:11 AM|
| Hmm, I don't know if I learned any of those things from Macgyver, more before, but it is refreshing to see a role model who doesn't feel the need to act rue, belittle people, or drink or use drugs. Seems like most male roles fall into these vices, where as Mac was a welcome departure.
I would say Mac's character has helped me approach situations in a more calm manner. Has helped me quite a lot as in my job as a nurse, esp in emergency situations.