Cindy, Cindy, Cindy! You gotta keep your eye on the big prize, baby! You were right about the curse. One day, someone will win the car and the money. But in a game where knowledge is power, unfortunately, you had none. Despite the fact that you were in the power alliance, you went to tribal council twice without knowing who was being voted out. You even commented on that. You knew you were out of the loop and when you were presented with the golden opportunity to get into the loop, you took the consolation prize instead.
Now, I agree, a brand new car is a very sweet consolation prize, but it's not a million dollars and it's not a hundred thousand dollars (which is what the runner up gets). The instant you picked the car for yourself, you were toast. Even my 12 and 14 year old knew that. We all sat around the living room shaking our heads.
The key to Survivor is knowing your opponents and you didn't. As Rafe said, if you had given him a car, he would have never voted you out. I think Danni and Lydia would have felt the same way, too.
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