Post by The Cerebral sMurf on Apr 16, 2014 19:59:12 GMT -5
Oh Woo... please don't get injured. We care about you.
From Thread 63 to Threads 109, getting kicked in the LoMonacos, poor Memo, HoytaMania, AJ Lee: WWE Champion, Cody Rhodes in a dress, PAUL, botched suplexes, botched selling and botched spelling, because it's what Tank would've wanted. Wanna know more?
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If you have Rob Van Dam's DVD from 2005 and watch the match between him and Tommy Dreamer at November to Remember 1997, you'll notice that at one point, the screen just fades to black while both guys are inside the ring, then the footage resumes a second or two later with them fighting on the floor.
I checked out NTR 1997 on the Network, and the missing footage is still gone, only this time, WWE tries to hide it by cutting from the first time they fight on the floor to them fighting on the floor later in the match.
As far as I know, this is ECW's fault, not WWE's as this has happened with other ECW footage. One episode of Hardcore TV from 1998 that aired on Classics On Demand just ended with a Lance Storm promo ending with him in mid-sentence. Joey Styles then appeared from WWE's TV studio and explained that due to the original ECW being "a f***ing mess" (his exact words) as a business, the last minute or two of the episode was missing from the tape.
On a related note, some of the episodes of World Class's syndicated show from 1982 and 1983 are apparently damaged badly enough that WWE can't/won't air them:
It's now known that at least some of the syndicated WCCW master tapes were stored under less than optimal conditions, rendering them unwatchable and damaged beyond repair. Per WWE, the lost episodes include, but may not be limited to, the following (NOTE: Unless otherwise indicated, the dates shown are the syndication airdates, not the date on which the match was taped):
•10/23/82 (Michael Hayes vs Bill Irwin -- Hayes' Dallas debut) •10/30/82 (Hayes/Terry Gordy vs Irwin/Destroyer #1 -- Gordy's Dallas debut) •11/13/82 (Hayes/Gordy vs Frank Dusek/Killer Brooks) •11/27/82 (Kerry Von Erich vs Dusek; David Von Erich vs Kabuki) •2/4/83 (tape date) (Gordy vs Ric Flair) •4/1/83 (both shows taped on this date at State Fair Coliseum, including Flair vs Kevin Von Erich and the David -Gordy handcuff match) •5/6/83 (Kamala vs Jose Lothario; Iceman Parsons vs Buddy Roberts) •7/8/83 (Kevin vs Jimmy Garvin; Parsons/Bruiser Brody vs Roberts/The Mongol)
Post by KAMALARAMBO on Apr 16, 2014 19:57:09 GMT -5
Even going beyondFAN does anyone have any idea what it would be?
I was inspired to make this thread after seeing that the "The Official 'Rate My Card' Thread" on EW Battleground currently has 539,921 views. It was started in May 2004 (nearly 10 years ago!) and has 8731 responses! Does anything top that?
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Bullying, while not a great use of time, is something you should be free to do.
Let's get the opinion of severely depressed people that were pushed to suicide because of factors like bullying making them feel like their life was unbearable and not worth living...No, sorry, we can't because they're dead.
Recording somebody else's bullshit without their consent however, is not.
Public locations are fair game, took place in a public location. When you step outside of a private residence and go anywhere that's not a lawyer or doctor's office, you basically forfeit your "reasonable expectation of privacy." If you don't want other people to see you do it, don't f***ing do it where other people can see you do it. I don't masturbate on the bus, I do it alone in my shower because I can reasonably expect some privacy there but I'll publicly declare my deeply held thoughts and beliefs standing on a street corner if the situation calls for it. Why? Because that's not something that I care if other people see me do.
The system is certainly effed, but it's the system.
And large amounts of apathy from society as a whole is why the system is "effed." Congratulations on being a loud and proud part of the problem.
You can't protect everyone from everything every day all the the time. That is just dumb.
No, but the able-bodied and able-minded have a responsibility to the less fortunate members of society to ensure they live in a safe environment. In fact, we have a responsibility as a society to ensure that everyone can do something as simple as go to school without having hate speech for things they can't change inflicted on them.
People... are shitty. Wake up to that. Let's focus on cropping less shitty people instead of making a big show out their not being shitty which, of course, only serves to make them more shitty in the end.
It's much easier to teach people a lesson if you have an example to point to. Now I can tell you that addition is combining two numbers to make a different number, either a greater number of both numbers are positive or a lesser number if one of the numbers is a negative. But it's much easier to teach the concept if I can say that and then say, "For example, 2+2=4 and -1+2=1." In my experience, or as I like to call it "that time between 0-23", it's much easier to teach people not be assholes if you have a very specific example to point at while saying, "Don't be like this asshole."
Post by CrazySting on Apr 16, 2014 19:57:04 GMT -5
Former war hero and TNA star Jesse Neal, who retired after multiple concussions and left TNA over deciding against being transferred to Louisville to train at OVW, is now working the night shift at a Wal-Mart in Orlando.
Through-the-ropes suicide dives really don't make sense in terms of impact, because the surface area of the head and forearms, the areas in which most suicide dives connect, is far smaller than the torso if someone is doing something like a plancha or an over-the-top-rope suicide dive, the latter which maximizes body surface area because of the height one must jump to clear the ropes, thereby subsequently increasing the level of impact.
They are overall illogical, but make logical sense given the already wacky nature of wrestling storytelling.
flying forearms get more pins than crossbody blocks