I watch both but I find myself fast forwarding past a LOT of what the WWE has been putting out as of late. As much as I hate to say it, I usually skip the stuff with Bryan unless he is in the ring. Hell, I do the same with Punk and Ziggler now too. The Heyman/Punk stuff just got played out with the injection of Ryback and I think Axel will be irrelevant after he is kicked out. I got into the Bryan stuff at first but they stretched it so thin that I don't even really care about HIAC... Especially since the inclusion of Big Show and his financial issues; tho I give props to Steph for being evil.
I still watch from time to time. I don't even watch WWE with any regularity
Can you approve a post for me?
And I wish you weren't as smart as you are because I thought I had a good sell on getting you to watch TNA.
When you see my new blog posted, will you give it a read and provide me with some feedback on it?
Spoiler Alert - It is a typical DRG Blog; both about TNA and a novel.
While I'm thinking about it...
I'm listening to this podcast now. The interview with Lex was nice and makes me want to read his new book. The interview with Carrie Dunn made me want to start searching a bit more British wrestling. Nothing news worthy, but if you get a chance, check it out.
Agreed... It really seems as if the squeaky wheel gets the oil. Sadly, society continues to feed the oil to the squeaky wheel instead of seeing the faults causing the wheel to squeak in the first place. Had that happen, perhaps they would fix the root cause instead of succumbing and giving them what they want as to not hear their noise, rather than helping to deal with and potentially fix the actual issues.
It's not the hippies to blame, although they were quite misguided. It's the bleeding heart extremists that are so insulated by the harsh realities of life yet see fit to sit in judgement over any and all issues seen only from their narrow point of view. It is utter horse shite
I find it sad that the political aspect of it all takes more precedence over teaching the actual history of the world. I am all for supporting the movement forward of culture and society, but let’s not write out or "alter" history in a way that we see fit to not "offend" others. We don't want our children to feel like "failures" so we pass them when they fail. How do we not see that this is not changing their abilities but delaying the moment when they realize this from "child" to "young adult"? This makes all but sense to me.
Fucking hippy bullshit!
I think some of those movies depicting the future might not have been that far from the mark, sadly. But Idiocracy is probably the closest of all
Those who argue as to "who is right" when determining which regional dialect uses the "correct" word? Yes... they are all sub-par.
Speaking of the difference in how kids are taught in school these days, I got a cringe out of hearing that my 10 year olds teacher did not teach lessons out of their text books. Instead, she puts problems on the "video board" and has the kids come up to answer them. I asked him how he thought he "learned" anything by that, to which he replied "By what the teacher teaches us." This, mixed with the realization that they are now avoiding teaching kids how to problem solve without the aid of electrical devices such as calculators and iPads, has me seriously invested in his school work along with a more grim outlook on the future of society (as if it could get any darker).
Sad to put all your eggs in one basket and hope that none of them are cracked when you go down the bumpy roads of life.
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