Jim Rice

South Pacific

Jim Rice Survivor: South Pacific
South Pacific
Jim Rice
Denver, Co
Medical Marijuana Dispenser
Voted Out


Here is a brief summary, Hall of Fame name, poker player and medical marijuana dealer. I have a feeling CBS won’t really focus on the awesomeness of that package, instead he’ll probably just talk about how he’s won poker tournaments and can read people and for that he’ll be the best player to ever play the game, blah blah.  Sure, all good stuff, but what I want to know is how a guy named Jim Rice goes from Wall Street to owning a Marijuana Dispensary while dominating poker tournaments on the side.

While he’s pretty much dominated life by the age of 35, he can now chalk up being a Survivor contestant to his life of accomplishments.   I assume next up is hooking up with a few of Jeter’s ex-gf’s?


Name (Age): Jim Rice (35)
Tribe Designation: Savaii
Current Residence: Denver
Occupation: Medical Marijuana Dispenser
Personal Claim to Fame: I’ve worked on Wall Street, won over 40 poker tournaments, started several successful businesses and earned my MBA at a top five school from the University of Michigan.
Inspiration in Life: My dad. The guy rocks and is responsible for who I am.
Hobbies: Playing guitar, playing poker and anything outdoors.
Pet Peeves: Close-mindedness and disingenuous people.
3 Words to Describe You: Ambitious, magnanimous and competitive.
SURVIVOR Contestant You Are Most Like: Ethan. The dude dominated so much and was such a good guy that they practically gave him the one million.
Reason for being on SURVIVOR: Life experience and excitement.
Why you think you’ll “survive” SURVIVOR: I am the most unique person to ever apply!
Why you think you will be the sole SURVIVOR: No one with my combination of character, intelligence, cunning and athleticism has ever been on Survivor.


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One comment

  1. Barbara says:

    You are very ambitious, and I wish you luck. But you are ambitious, judging from the first episode in an annoying sort of way. Despite all your life-long accomplishments, it doesn’t pay to put people down right off the bat. 😉 — Here’s some unsolicited advice: be more tactful.

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