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2012-04-02 01:47:28 PM

Smiths: Grand_Moff_Joseph: FirstNationalBastard: So, the list is getting a bit unwieldy, except for a Smiths post... should we cut it down, or what?

What about a Google Doc that is open to all to view? I can try and set that up.

i have a better idea. EIP in profile me.


Done.
 
2012-04-02 01:47:28 PM

Smiths: Grand_Moff_Joseph: FirstNationalBastard: So, the list is getting a bit unwieldy, except for a Smiths post... should we cut it down, or what?

What about a Google Doc that is open to all to view? I can try and set that up.

i have a better idea. EIP in profile me.


...EIP?

YOU'RE JUST SOLICITING MANBOOBIES!

www.miserableretailslave.com
 
2012-04-02 01:47:33 PM

Smiths: I'M BANGING EVERYONE!


YOU get banged by Smiths, YOU get banged by Smiths, YOU get banged by Smiths! EVERYONE GETS BANGED BY SMITHS!!!!
 
2012-04-02 01:47:42 PM
Sparkly-lighted, three-pocketed, Members Only Jacket!

/late to the record-setting 4th gredunza post.
 
2012-04-02 01:49:15 PM

PistolGripPump: Sparkly-lighted, three-pocketed, Members Only Jacket!

/late to the record-setting 4th gredunza post.


Aren't you Champion of Champions Champion anyway?
 
2012-04-02 01:51:15 PM

Smiths: Praise Cheesus: Oh, Hell no. Seriously, I see the fWc threads as our version of the "Caturday" threads - a nice little place for people to chill, have fun and not have to encounter the majority of trolls and AWs that inhabit this place. Even when I had an active TotalFark subscription, I avoided TFD like the plague. I belong to one of the Fark discussion groups on Facebook and I get enough exposure to the AWs there.

thy won't join

we have one AW girl in these threads. that sarah chick who just makes sure to post pictures of herself. She's easy to ignore.

But AWs with wishlists are attracted to high post counts. The funniest is watching them try to go into a thread and derail it to inflate their count, then the "guys i have marked in twatstain brownish yellow" come in to do their same white knighting they do every time... and then the thread ignores them.

I farking love when they slink out of a thread because "dammit, didn't get my boytoys hooked and only got 2 replies"

So I totally believe at some point "she" will make her way into these threads. far too many potential folks to buy things, hard to resist.

Of course the notify link would be clicked the second an appearance was made. I ain't getting banned from my own house.


Sarah actually enjoys wrestling and any sort of self promotion in these threads because of looks I tend to gloss past anyway. As for the rest of the wishlist promoters, as soon as they tried to derail our discussions I would be on the report button like Vince on a 7'4" 600 pound guy with 6% body fat.
 
2012-04-02 01:51:49 PM

FirstNationalBastard: Smiths: Grand_Moff_Joseph: FirstNationalBastard: So, the list is getting a bit unwieldy, except for a Smiths post... should we cut it down, or what?

What about a Google Doc that is open to all to view? I can try and set that up.

i have a better idea. EIP in profile me.

...EIP?

YOU'RE JUST SOLICITING MANBOOBIES!

[www.miserableretailslave.com image 640x375]


My finishing move will be called "The Wishlist"
 
2012-04-02 01:53:31 PM

Praise Cheesus: Sarah actually enjoys wrestling and any sort of self promotion in these threads because of looks I tend to gloss past anyway. As for the rest of the wishlist promoters, as soon as they tried to derail our discussions I would be on the report button like Vince on a 7'4" 600 pound guy with 6% body fat.


yeah i know. but i have to give her a hard time for it.

she does enjoy it i'll give her that. but i can smell AWs like JfSP can smell diabetic in-laws.
 
2012-04-02 01:53:59 PM
Rumors:

There was a push in Miami this weekend for WWE to begin pushing some of the younger talents on the Road to WrestleMania 29 in 2013.

On this I'm gonna say good for talent and whoever in the offices that are pushing for this. But it's a lost cause until Vince really is dead. This past year was a perfect example, as is the case the past few years, where it comes up to crunch time, and Vince scrambles to "save" the shows b/c of fear that fans will not be interested in these no names.

Word is he's freaking out right now, b/c Undertaker and HBK are off TV, and Jericho will be off and on, so he made a mad dash to get Batista and Brock to sign deals to ramp up for WM29.

Vince, how about you and the creative staff actually break down your talent, and build on their skills, and then create stories, both short term and long term, that can try to put these guys over, rather than being an old school gypsy-like ran carnival act, and playing pranks and politics for your own amusement? Last year young guys were getting over, but the creative couldn't build on it, so you panicked and pulled the plug on some of them.

Santino got over purely on his own, yet you relegate him and your best worker, Dolph Ziggler, to a dumb elimina-------first pin tag match.

Eventually execs at WWE really will strong arm Vince out if his nutty shenanigans continue, mostly b/c of the money and livelyhood at stake, and his mental capacity is diminishing.

All because of the fWc.

media.giantbomb.com
 
2012-04-02 01:56:32 PM
Now that I've had time to sleep on it and decompress, here's my stupid analysis of Wrestlemania

- The video packages. They've gotten out of hand. People paid to see Wrestlemania, they set an attendance record, and they spent most of the event in long lulls, watching videos or heading to the smoke areas, concession stands or bathrooms. That had to be a downer for what the tickets probably cost. I'm sure nobody was complaining about the actual wrestling they did see, and the spectacle when it actually happened was quite good, but the videos and endless promos have got to decrease. Kevin Dunn is overdoing it and Vince is signing off on it too easily.

- The actual wrestling. All of it rated from competent to great. Even Kelly Kelly managed to go out there, hit her signature spots and avoid botching (Mostly, though I'm sure Maffew caught it all).

- DBD vs Sheamus: I have no qualms with Sheamus winning. They didn't play up the chase aspect enough so having him go another month without the title wouldn't have made sense. Him going over was the right decision. The 18 second match was f*cking bullsh*t. There was no need to Backlund Daniel Bryan at all. On SD I think they will continue the feud and DBD will regain the gold. The Miami crowd sent a pretty clear message and I think other audiences will do the same.

- Cody Rhodes vs Big Show: in the story it made sense and I expect the blow off to happen on or before Extreme Rules. Cody will probably get the belt back though because he's money with it and Big Show is heading towards the twilight of his career.

- KellyKellyKellyKelly & Extra Girl vs Beth Phoenix & Eve Torres: It was what it was. WWE doesn't care about their women, not even enough to get a pop or garner the least bit of interest. Beth went out and did her job like a pro. Maria sold better than the tag partner who actually does this for a living. This match is already down the memory hole, I guarantee it.

- Triple Gagne vs Undertaker III aka Age in a Cage II: It was excellent storytelling that WWE used to entrust its wrestlers with doing. The soap opera writers touches were evident though with the, "End it!" bull crap. I'd like to see "End of an Era" more defined though, because it's not an end to anything if Taker or Gagne climb into the ring anytime soon.

- The 12 Man Tag: At least all those guys got decent paychecks. From the storyline perspective, Johnny taking total control makes sense and is clearly where it's all going. He's being set up to be the new Mr. McMahon so naturally he has to have total power over the roster.

- CM Punk vs Chris Jericho: a competently wrestled match that started good, drifted in the middle and brought it home nicely. I see the ending in two ways; one, CM Punk is a strong face champion and should've gone over at Mania. On the other hand, Jericho winning made more sense in the context of the story. I think Extreme Rules will be much more fun if these two have the rematch there, and Jericho trolls Chicago by winning the strap.

- All the celebrity shout-outs and the rapper performances: just stop. Stop it.

- John Cena vs the Rock: If Cena had won, what else is there to do with him, honestly? Make him a 12 time champion? Have him break Flair's record? He's already boring and unbeatable. I'm glad he lost, because now he can do something besides smile, pander and win all the time.

- Overall: this is still the Wrestlemania that defines the PG Era, in all its worst aspects.
 
2012-04-02 01:57:01 PM

Smiths: Praise Cheesus: Sarah actually enjoys wrestling and any sort of self promotion in these threads because of looks I tend to gloss past anyway. As for the rest of the wishlist promoters, as soon as they tried to derail our discussions I would be on the report button like Vince on a 7'4" 600 pound guy with 6% body fat.

yeah i know. but i have to give her a hard time for it.

she does enjoy it i'll give her that. but i can smell AWs like JfSP can smell diabetic in-laws.


They have dogs that can do that too...pretty cool. But I still like the "cat of death" at the old folks home...that's creepy and cool.
 
2012-04-02 01:58:49 PM

FinFangFark: Rumors:

There was a push in Miami this weekend for WWE to begin pushing some of the younger talents on the Road to WrestleMania 29 in 2013.

On this I'm gonna say good for talent and whoever in the offices that are pushing for this. But it's a lost cause until Vince really is dead. This past year was a perfect example, as is the case the past few years, where it comes up to crunch time, and Vince scrambles to "save" the shows b/c of fear that fans will not be interested in these no names.

Word is he's freaking out right now, b/c Undertaker and HBK are off TV, and Jericho will be off and on, so he made a mad dash to get Batista and Brock to sign deals to ramp up for WM29.

Vince, how about you and the creative staff actually break down your talent, and build on their skills, and then create stories, both short term and long term, that can try to put these guys over, rather than being an old school gypsy-like ran carnival act, and playing pranks and politics for your own amusement? Last year young guys were getting over, but the creative couldn't build on it, so you panicked and pulled the plug on some of them.

Santino got over purely on his own, yet you relegate him and your best worker, Dolph Ziggler, to a dumb elimina-------first pin tag match.

Eventually execs at WWE really will strong arm Vince out if his nutty shenanigans continue, mostly b/c of the money and livelyhood at stake, and his mental capacity is diminishing.

All because of the fWc.

[media.giantbomb.com image 233x315]


We need some kind of badge ... Something like

"fWc - Farking with VKM since 2011" or at least in that concept range. That picture of Vince in the center of the badge would be good too.
 
2012-04-02 02:03:40 PM

verbaltoxin: - The 12 Man Tag: At least all those guys got decent paychecks. From the storyline perspective, Johnny taking total control makes sense and is clearly where it's all going. He's being set up to be the new Mr. McMahon so naturally he has to have total power over the roster.


The problem I have with this is that Johnny Ace absolutely sucks at it. Vince wasn't a great actor, but he was such a natural ham that you just couldn't help but invest yourself in the character anyway. But for every bit Vince overacts, Johnny underacts, and he adds to the fail by the fact that he can't even deliver his lines without stumbling all over himself.
 
2012-04-02 02:04:36 PM
Checking in after last night. All I can say is, wow, we actually made it to 4016. Congrats on that, FinFangFark.
 
2012-04-02 02:06:18 PM
I'm disappointed the Fark Sports Tab White Knights never showed up this morning,
 
2012-04-02 02:09:33 PM

HeartBurnKid: verbaltoxin: - The 12 Man Tag: At least all those guys got decent paychecks. From the storyline perspective, Johnny taking total control makes sense and is clearly where it's all going. He's being set up to be the new Mr. McMahon so naturally he has to have total power over the roster.

The problem I have with this is that Johnny Ace absolutely sucks at it. Vince wasn't a great actor, but he was such a natural ham that you just couldn't help but invest yourself in the character anyway. But for every bit Vince overacts, Johnny underacts, and he adds to the fail by the fact that he can't even deliver his lines without stumbling all over himself.


This. If Ace is the next "Mr. McMahon", I'd rather have the real VKM back.
 
2012-04-02 02:11:01 PM
Praise Cheesus


Smartest
Funniest

2012-04-02 01:12:38 PM

dellsworth1007: Grand_Moff_Joseph: dellsworth1007: Gunny Highway: FinFangFark: You're going to regret having certain AWs come in to the fWc. They will notice the activity, and will start lingering, always looking for reasons turn it in to "EVERYBODY LOOK AT ME!"

We really dont need any of that.

two words:

Grable's Daughter

and how would that be a bad thing? ;)

Not a bad thing, in fact a typical thread may hit 5,000-6,000 posts if she was there, just on the BIE/EIP requests

Oh, Hell no. Seriously, I see the fWc threads as our version of the "Caturday" threads - a nice little place for people to chill, have fun and not have to encounter the majority of trolls and AWs that inhabit this place. Even when I had an active TotalFark subscription, I avoided TFD like the plague. I belong to one of the Fark discussion groups on Facebook and I get enough exposure to the AWs there.

I agree with you to a certain degree. I am tied to a set of boobs (hopefully) for the rest of my life but she, assuming that she is real this time, is a very attractive young lady. I can see why men would be drawn to her. And I have a spot in my heart for Fark gimmicks and her gimmick must be good enough for us to be talking about it in a wrestling thread.
 
2012-04-02 02:13:54 PM

FinFangFark: Rumors:

There was a push in Miami this weekend for WWE to begin pushing some of the younger talents on the Road to WrestleMania 29 in 2013.

On this I'm gonna say good for talent and whoever in the offices that are pushing for this. But it's a lost cause until Vince really is dead. This past year was a perfect example, as is the case the past few years, where it comes up to crunch time, and Vince scrambles to "save" the shows b/c of fear that fans will not be interested in these no names.

Word is he's freaking out right now, b/c Undertaker and HBK are off TV, and Jericho will be off and on, so he made a mad dash to get Batista and Brock to sign deals to ramp up for WM29.

Vince, how about you and the creative staff actually break down your talent, and build on their skills, and then create stories, both short term and long term, that can try to put these guys over, rather than being an old school gypsy-like ran carnival act, and playing pranks and politics for your own amusement? Last year young guys were getting over, but the creative couldn't build on it, so you panicked and pulled the plug on some of them.

Santino got over purely on his own, yet you relegate him and your best worker, Dolph Ziggler, to a dumb elimina-------first pin tag match.

Eventually execs at WWE really will strong arm Vince out if his nutty shenanigans continue, mostly b/c of the money and livelyhood at stake, and his mental capacity is diminishing.

All because of the fWc.

[media.giantbomb.com image 233x315]


Problem with this is: He created the problem by his own force of will. When he bought out WCW, everyone *knew* this was coming. He didn't need anyone else's ideas in order to compete b/c there was no competition. He would revert back to his pre-1996 mode and do things his own way (crowd pops, wrestlers getting over on their own be damned). Unless it was his idea or an idea he signed off on, it would stop right there. And, like Zack Ryder, if anyone dared to get over on their own you were on his sh*t list.

Vince created the problem, then perpetuated the problem by not being flexible unless it was okay by HIM.
 
2012-04-02 02:14:56 PM
For all you marks that need an accomplishment to crow about since you still feel inferior, here's one...

The Wrestlemania thread outdrew the Super Bowl 46 thread by almost 200 posts so far. (new window)
 
2012-04-02 02:15:20 PM

HeartBurnKid: verbaltoxin: - The 12 Man Tag: At least all those guys got decent paychecks. From the storyline perspective, Johnny taking total control makes sense and is clearly where it's all going. He's being set up to be the new Mr. McMahon so naturally he has to have total power over the roster.

The problem I have with this is that Johnny Ace absolutely sucks at it. Vince wasn't a great actor, but he was such a natural ham that you just couldn't help but invest yourself in the character anyway. But for every bit Vince overacts, Johnny underacts, and he adds to the fail by the fact that he can't even deliver his lines without stumbling all over himself.


On the other hand, Theodore Long is 64 years old and has been working for the WWE since 1999 - as a referee, manager and program GM. He may want to take a break from the road for a little bit, then come back and challenge for his job. Or, perhaps he'll return to managing.

I do agree though, Johnny Ace sucks.
 
2012-04-02 02:16:21 PM

nbrfwhoooo: And I have a spot in my heart for Fark gimmicks and her gimmick must be good enough for us to be talking about it in a wrestling thread.


we also talk about STDs. so those must be good too.
 
2012-04-02 02:17:48 PM
During Sunday's WrestleMania XXVIII pay-per-view broadcast, Jerry "The King" Lawler referenced TNA Wrestling Senior Vice President of Programming and Talent Relations Bruce Prichard's former WWE character Brother Love while expressing his disdain for John Laurinaitis' white suit.

"That suit is so ugly, it would give Brother Love a heart attack," Lawler said.

Prichard recently suffered a pair of 'small' heart attacks, causing him to miss the last set of Impact Wrestling tapings.


Not cool, King
 
2012-04-02 02:18:40 PM

Praise Cheesus: HeartBurnKid: verbaltoxin: - The 12 Man Tag: At least all those guys got decent paychecks. From the storyline perspective, Johnny taking total control makes sense and is clearly where it's all going. He's being set up to be the new Mr. McMahon so naturally he has to have total power over the roster.

The problem I have with this is that Johnny Ace absolutely sucks at it. Vince wasn't a great actor, but he was such a natural ham that you just couldn't help but invest yourself in the character anyway. But for every bit Vince overacts, Johnny underacts, and he adds to the fail by the fact that he can't even deliver his lines without stumbling all over himself.

On the other hand, Theodore Long is 64 years old and has been working for the WWE since 1999 - as a referee, manager and program GM. He may want to take a break from the road for a little bit, then come back and challenge for his job. Or, perhaps he'll return to managing.

I do agree though, Johnny Ace sucks.


Johnny Ace makes Jericho's old monotone gimmick seem emotional in comparison.
 
2012-04-02 02:19:33 PM

Praise Cheesus: HeartBurnKid: verbaltoxin: - The 12 Man Tag: At least all those guys got decent paychecks. From the storyline perspective, Johnny taking total control makes sense and is clearly where it's all going. He's being set up to be the new Mr. McMahon so naturally he has to have total power over the roster.

The problem I have with this is that Johnny Ace absolutely sucks at it. Vince wasn't a great actor, but he was such a natural ham that you just couldn't help but invest yourself in the character anyway. But for every bit Vince overacts, Johnny underacts, and he adds to the fail by the fact that he can't even deliver his lines without stumbling all over himself.

On the other hand, Theodore Long is 64 years old and has been working for the WWE since 1999 - as a referee, manager and program GM. He may want to take a break from the road for a little bit, then come back and challenge for his job. Or, perhaps he'll return to managing.

I do agree though, Johnny Ace sucks.


Teddy Long is 64?

Damn, black don't crack, playa.
 
2012-04-02 02:19:57 PM
My cousin is at the Miami airport and just texted me pictures of Punk and Khali. I am jealous.
 
2012-04-02 02:23:18 PM

FirstNationalBastard: Damn, black don't crack, playa.


Hold on a minute playa...

30.media.tumblr.com
 
2012-04-02 02:23:34 PM

FirstNationalBastard: Praise Cheesus: HeartBurnKid: verbaltoxin: - The 12 Man Tag: At least all those guys got decent paychecks. From the storyline perspective, Johnny taking total control makes sense and is clearly where it's all going. He's being set up to be the new Mr. McMahon so naturally he has to have total power over the roster.

The problem I have with this is that Johnny Ace absolutely sucks at it. Vince wasn't a great actor, but he was such a natural ham that you just couldn't help but invest yourself in the character anyway. But for every bit Vince overacts, Johnny underacts, and he adds to the fail by the fact that he can't even deliver his lines without stumbling all over himself.

On the other hand, Theodore Long is 64 years old and has been working for the WWE since 1999 - as a referee, manager and program GM. He may want to take a break from the road for a little bit, then come back and challenge for his job. Or, perhaps he'll return to managing.

I do agree though, Johnny Ace sucks.

Teddy Long is 64?

Damn, black don't crack, playa.


Sheamus is 78.
 
2012-04-02 02:24:16 PM

Gunny Highway: FirstNationalBastard: Praise Cheesus: HeartBurnKid: verbaltoxin: - The 12 Man Tag: At least all those guys got decent paychecks. From the storyline perspective, Johnny taking total control makes sense and is clearly where it's all going. He's being set up to be the new Mr. McMahon so naturally he has to have total power over the roster.

The problem I have with this is that Johnny Ace absolutely sucks at it. Vince wasn't a great actor, but he was such a natural ham that you just couldn't help but invest yourself in the character anyway. But for every bit Vince overacts, Johnny underacts, and he adds to the fail by the fact that he can't even deliver his lines without stumbling all over himself.

On the other hand, Theodore Long is 64 years old and has been working for the WWE since 1999 - as a referee, manager and program GM. He may want to take a break from the road for a little bit, then come back and challenge for his job. Or, perhaps he'll return to managing.

I do agree though, Johnny Ace sucks.

Teddy Long is 64?

Damn, black don't crack, playa.

Sheamus is 78.


That would mean Triple Gagne's about 112 right?
 
2012-04-02 02:24:32 PM

FirstNationalBastard: Smiths: Grand_Moff_Joseph: FirstNationalBastard: So, the list is getting a bit unwieldy, except for a Smiths post... should we cut it down, or what?

What about a Google Doc that is open to all to view? I can try and set that up.

i have a better idea. EIP in profile me.

...EIP?

YOU'RE JUST SOLICITING MANBOOBIES!

[www.miserableretailslave.com image 640x375]


Wouldn't be the first time.
 
2012-04-02 02:25:35 PM

Gunny Highway: My cousin is at the Miami airport and just texted me pictures of Punk and Khali. I am jealous.


Good god - can you imagine Kahli trying to sit in cattle car class?

Also, Punk should do the pre-flight safety briefing.
 
2012-04-02 02:26:12 PM

Gunny Highway: FirstNationalBastard: Praise Cheesus: HeartBurnKid: verbaltoxin: - The 12 Man Tag: At least all those guys got decent paychecks. From the storyline perspective, Johnny taking total control makes sense and is clearly where it's all going. He's being set up to be the new Mr. McMahon so naturally he has to have total power over the roster.

The problem I have with this is that Johnny Ace absolutely sucks at it. Vince wasn't a great actor, but he was such a natural ham that you just couldn't help but invest yourself in the character anyway. But for every bit Vince overacts, Johnny underacts, and he adds to the fail by the fact that he can't even deliver his lines without stumbling all over himself.

On the other hand, Theodore Long is 64 years old and has been working for the WWE since 1999 - as a referee, manager and program GM. He may want to take a break from the road for a little bit, then come back and challenge for his job. Or, perhaps he'll return to managing.

I do agree though, Johnny Ace sucks.

Teddy Long is 64?

Damn, black don't crack, playa.

Sheamus is 78.


If Sheamus were 78, he would look like

upload.wikimedia.org
 
2012-04-02 02:26:38 PM

Grand_Moff_Joseph: HeartBurnKid: verbaltoxin: - The 12 Man Tag: At least all those guys got decent paychecks. From the storyline perspective, Johnny taking total control makes sense and is clearly where it's all going. He's being set up to be the new Mr. McMahon so naturally he has to have total power over the roster.

The problem I have with this is that Johnny Ace absolutely sucks at it. Vince wasn't a great actor, but he was such a natural ham that you just couldn't help but invest yourself in the character anyway. But for every bit Vince overacts, Johnny underacts, and he adds to the fail by the fact that he can't even deliver his lines without stumbling all over himself.

This. If Ace is the next "Mr. McMahon", I'd rather have the real VKM back.


Ace works for the marks because he's unintentionally funny. He works for smarks because he is understated and smarmy. Ace's act works and I don't see it going away anytime soon.
 
2012-04-02 02:28:35 PM

FirstNationalBastard: So, the list is getting a bit unwieldy, except for a Smiths post... should we cut it down, or what?


It's like a Wiki but not a wiki:

Because Fark you, that's why (new window)

Figure can change the password around and a few of you insane smark marks who live for this could update the profile and just add Winners/Badges as needed to the profile.

EIP for my BIE and my wishlist of testicles I will put my balls on your screen... oh and in case you want to update. Account can post by RAW tonight as well. If I missed any badges or belts lemme know. I just grabbed what I knew.

LOL MY OTHER ALT IS LITTLEBRUNETTEGOBLET
 
2012-04-02 02:28:39 PM

verbaltoxin: Grand_Moff_Joseph: HeartBurnKid: verbaltoxin: - The 12 Man Tag: At least all those guys got decent paychecks. From the storyline perspective, Johnny taking total control makes sense and is clearly where it's all going. He's being set up to be the new Mr. McMahon so naturally he has to have total power over the roster.

The problem I have with this is that Johnny Ace absolutely sucks at it. Vince wasn't a great actor, but he was such a natural ham that you just couldn't help but invest yourself in the character anyway. But for every bit Vince overacts, Johnny underacts, and he adds to the fail by the fact that he can't even deliver his lines without stumbling all over himself.

This. If Ace is the next "Mr. McMahon", I'd rather have the real VKM back.

Ace works for the marks because he's unintentionally funny. He works for smarks because he is understated and smarmy. Ace's act works and I don't see it going away anytime soon.


That and with the post Wrestlemania cost-cutting roster releases coming soon, having Teddy Long as the boss would just cause problems, seeing as he can only make so many 6 man tag matches before it gets redundant.
 
2012-04-02 02:29:19 PM

FirstNationalBastard: I'm disappointed the Fark Sports Tab White Knights never showed up this morning,


You and me both. I had my "because Fark you, that's why" all warmed up and ready to go
 
2012-04-02 02:33:12 PM

verbaltoxin: - CM Punk vs Chris Jericho: a competently wrestled match that started good, drifted in the middle and brought it home nicely. I see the ending in two ways; one, CM Punk is a strong face champion and should've gone over at Mania. On the other hand, Jericho winning made more sense in the context of the story. I think Extreme Rules will be much more fun if these two have the rematch there, and Jericho trolls Chicago by winning the strap.


The problem with Jericho is the same as the problem with Rock and soon to be Lesnar: You cannot have centerpiece story-lines with guys who only work part time when you have 2 TV shows a week and 12 PPV's a year to fill.
 
2012-04-02 02:34:10 PM

FirstNationalBastard: Gunny Highway: FirstNationalBastard: Praise Cheesus: HeartBurnKid: verbaltoxin: - The 12 Man Tag: At least all those guys got decent paychecks. From the storyline perspective, Johnny taking total control makes sense and is clearly where it's all going. He's being set up to be the new Mr. McMahon so naturally he has to have total power over the roster.

The problem I have with this is that Johnny Ace absolutely sucks at it. Vince wasn't a great actor, but he was such a natural ham that you just couldn't help but invest yourself in the character anyway. But for every bit Vince overacts, Johnny underacts, and he adds to the fail by the fact that he can't even deliver his lines without stumbling all over himself.

On the other hand, Theodore Long is 64 years old and has been working for the WWE since 1999 - as a referee, manager and program GM. He may want to take a break from the road for a little bit, then come back and challenge for his job. Or, perhaps he'll return to managing.

I do agree though, Johnny Ace sucks.

Teddy Long is 64?

Damn, black don't crack, playa.

Sheamus is 78.

If Sheamus were 78, he would look like

[upload.wikimedia.org image 220x267]


Irish people age fast? I was under the impression I would be aging slowly. This is bad news.
 
2012-04-02 02:35:05 PM

nbrfwhoooo: she, assuming that she is real this time, is a very attractive young lady.


Seriously, this is a big part of what I do not get. She is average at best, and below average for a stripper, at least where I'd go.
 
2012-04-02 02:38:06 PM

Smiths: FirstNationalBastard: So, the list is getting a bit unwieldy, except for a Smiths post... should we cut it down, or what?

It's like a Wiki but not a wiki:

Because Fark you, that's why (new window)

Figure can change the password around and a few of you insane smark marks who live for this could update the profile and just add Winners/Badges as needed to the profile.

EIP for my BIE and my wishlist of testicles I will put my balls on your screen... oh and in case you want to update. Account can post by RAW tonight as well. If I missed any badges or belts lemme know. I just grabbed what I knew.

LOL MY OTHER ALT IS LITTLEBRUNETTEGOBLET


Awesome idea. Some day I will pay attention the right time.
 
2012-04-02 02:39:50 PM

Smiths: FirstNationalBastard: So, the list is getting a bit unwieldy, except for a Smiths post... should we cut it down, or what?

It's like a Wiki but not a wiki:

Because Fark you, that's why (new window)

Figure can change the password around and a few of you insane smark marks who live for this could update the profile and just add Winners/Badges as needed to the profile.

EIP for my BIE and my wishlist of testicles I will put my balls on your screen... oh and in case you want to update. Account can post by RAW tonight as well. If I missed any badges or belts lemme know. I just grabbed what I knew.

LOL MY OTHER ALT IS LITTLEBRUNETTEGOBLET


Thanks for setting this up Smiths!
 
2012-04-02 02:41:13 PM

dellsworth1007: FinFangFark: Rumors:

There was a push in Miami this weekend for WWE to begin pushing some of the younger talents on the Road to WrestleMania 29 in 2013.

On this I'm gonna say good for talent and whoever in the offices that are pushing for this. But it's a lost cause until Vince really is dead. This past year was a perfect example, as is the case the past few years, where it comes up to crunch time, and Vince scrambles to "save" the shows b/c of fear that fans will not be interested in these no names.

Word is he's freaking out right now, b/c Undertaker and HBK are off TV, and Jericho will be off and on, so he made a mad dash to get Batista and Brock to sign deals to ramp up for WM29.

Vince, how about you and the creative staff actually break down your talent, and build on their skills, and then create stories, both short term and long term, that can try to put these guys over, rather than being an old school gypsy-like ran carnival act, and playing pranks and politics for your own amusement? Last year young guys were getting over, but the creative couldn't build on it, so you panicked and pulled the plug on some of them.

Santino got over purely on his own, yet you relegate him and your best worker, Dolph Ziggler, to a dumb elimina-------first pin tag match.

Eventually execs at WWE really will strong arm Vince out if his nutty shenanigans continue, mostly b/c of the money and livelyhood at stake, and his mental capacity is diminishing.

All because of the fWc.

[media.giantbomb.com image 233x315]

We need some kind of badge ... Something like

"fWc - Farking with VKM since 2011" or at least in that concept range. That picture of Vince in the center of the badge would be good too.


I would be willing to work on this but what would the badge be used for? Or is it just a general fWc loves to troll Vince badge? :-)
 
2012-04-02 02:46:21 PM

hobblekitty: dellsworth1007: FinFangFark: Rumors:

There was a push in Miami this weekend for WWE to begin pushing some of the younger talents on the Road to WrestleMania 29 in 2013.

On this I'm gonna say good for talent and whoever in the offices that are pushing for this. But it's a lost cause until Vince really is dead. This past year was a perfect example, as is the case the past few years, where it comes up to crunch time, and Vince scrambles to "save" the shows b/c of fear that fans will not be interested in these no names.

Word is he's freaking out right now, b/c Undertaker and HBK are off TV, and Jericho will be off and on, so he made a mad dash to get Batista and Brock to sign deals to ramp up for WM29.

Vince, how about you and the creative staff actually break down your talent, and build on their skills, and then create stories, both short term and long term, that can try to put these guys over, rather than being an old school gypsy-like ran carnival act, and playing pranks and politics for your own amusement? Last year young guys were getting over, but the creative couldn't build on it, so you panicked and pulled the plug on some of them.

Santino got over purely on his own, yet you relegate him and your best worker, Dolph Ziggler, to a dumb elimina-------first pin tag match.

Eventually execs at WWE really will strong arm Vince out if his nutty shenanigans continue, mostly b/c of the money and livelyhood at stake, and his mental capacity is diminishing.

All because of the fWc.

[media.giantbomb.com image 233x315]

We need some kind of badge ... Something like

"fWc - Farking with VKM since 2011" or at least in that concept range. That picture of Vince in the center of the badge would be good too.

I would be willing to work on this but what would the badge be used for? Or is it just a general fWc loves to troll Vince badge? :-)


All of the badges!


Wait...
 
2012-04-02 02:47:44 PM

FirstNationalBastard:
If Sheamus were 78, he would look like

[upload.wikimedia.org image 220x267]


I'm just glad Larry King was able to retire comfortably at the age of 168.
 
2012-04-02 02:50:41 PM

VvonderJesus: FirstNationalBastard:
If Sheamus were 78, he would look like

[upload.wikimedia.org image 220x267]

I'm just glad Larry King was able to retire comfortably at the age of 168.


So how old does that make Pat Sayjak? (spelling?)
 
2012-04-02 02:51:26 PM

nbrfwhoooo: I agree with you to a certain degree. I am tied to a set of boobs (hopefully) for the rest of my life but she, assuming that she is real this time, is a very attractive young lady. I can see why men would be drawn to her. And I have a spot in my heart for Fark gimmicks and her gimmick must be good enough for us to be talking about it in a wrestling thread.


Son, I've been tied to a set of boobs since birth. Let me expound on a few truths I have learned in my half-century of kicking around on this rock:

Age, gravity and injury are no one's friend. I used to bear a striking resemblance to Beth Phoenix in my youth, except with brown or red hair, depending on the season. However, after a broken neck and two blown out knees... I don't have that build anymore.

If you have to hope someone is "real", you may want to take a good, hard look at where you're going. I have been there, done that and got the divorce decree... after he fathered two children by another woman. I thought he was "real" when I married him.

Not all gimmicks are good gimmicks. There are some people on FARK that get talked about because they're fighting off terminal illnesses, they do good works, provide thought provoking discussions or make people laugh. Getting talked about because you crave the attention of others, engage in naked group web camera chats or have a thin skin and report anyone that offends your delicate sensibilities is going to get you talked about, but more in the vein of "avoid this bozo at all costs" context than a "this person is so cool" context.

Personally, I'm looking forward to tonight's Hall of Fame broadcast. However, it did make me sad to see Yokozuna's family and Mil Mascaras be virtually ignored on stage last night during the HoF introductions on WM.
 
2012-04-02 02:56:32 PM

Praise Cheesus: nbrfwhoooo: I agree with you to a certain degree. I am tied to a set of boobs (hopefully) for the rest of my life but she, assuming that she is real this time, is a very attractive young lady. I can see why men would be drawn to her. And I have a spot in my heart for Fark gimmicks and her gimmick must be good enough for us to be talking about it in a wrestling thread.

Son, I've been tied to a set of boobs since birth. Let me expound on a few truths I have learned in my half-century of kicking around on this rock:

Age, gravity and injury are no one's friend. I used to bear a striking resemblance to Beth Phoenix in my youth, except with brown or red hair, depending on the season. However, after a broken neck and two blown out knees... I don't have that build anymore.

If you have to hope someone is "real", you may want to take a good, hard look at where you're going. I have been there, done that and got the divorce decree... after he fathered two children by another woman. I thought he was "real" when I married him.

Not all gimmicks are good gimmicks. There are some people on FARK that get talked about because they're fighting off terminal illnesses, they do good works, provide thought provoking discussions or make people laugh. Getting talked about because you crave the attention of others, engage in naked group web camera chats or have a thin skin and report anyone that offends your delicate sensibilities is going to get you talked about, but more in the vein of "avoid this bozo at all costs" context than a "this person is so cool" context.

Personally, I'm looking forward to tonight's Hall of Fame broadcast. However, it did make me sad to see Yokozuna's family and Mil Mascaras be virtually ignored on stage last night during the HoF introductions on WM.


a) I love you. Don't tell the missus. It's her birthday and that would not be a good thing to learn tonight.

b) Mil Mascaras was so ignored for the whole thing it was rather sad. I mean usually they at least introduce the background of a person and replay the segment a few times as "filler". Mil did not even exist.

We'll be out for dinner but probably back in time for RAW but if we're not it's because we're robbing a bank
 
2012-04-02 02:56:39 PM

Grand_Moff_Joseph: VvonderJesus: FirstNationalBastard:
If Sheamus were 78, he would look like

[upload.wikimedia.org image 220x267]

I'm just glad Larry King was able to retire comfortably at the age of 168.

So how old does that make Pat Sayjak? (spelling?)


P _ T
S _ J _ K
_ S
S _ X T Y
F _ V E
 
2012-04-02 02:59:51 PM

Smiths: Praise Cheesus: nbrfwhoooo: I agree with you to a certain degree. I am tied to a set of boobs (hopefully) for the rest of my life but she, assuming that she is real this time, is a very attractive young lady. I can see why men would be drawn to her. And I have a spot in my heart for Fark gimmicks and her gimmick must be good enough for us to be talking about it in a wrestling thread.

Son, I've been tied to a set of boobs since birth. Let me expound on a few truths I have learned in my half-century of kicking around on this rock:

Age, gravity and injury are no one's friend. I used to bear a striking resemblance to Beth Phoenix in my youth, except with brown or red hair, depending on the season. However, after a broken neck and two blown out knees... I don't have that build anymore.

If you have to hope someone is "real", you may want to take a good, hard look at where you're going. I have been there, done that and got the divorce decree... after he fathered two children by another woman. I thought he was "real" when I married him.

Not all gimmicks are good gimmicks. There are some people on FARK that get talked about because they're fighting off terminal illnesses, they do good works, provide thought provoking discussions or make people laugh. Getting talked about because you crave the attention of others, engage in naked group web camera chats or have a thin skin and report anyone that offends your delicate sensibilities is going to get you talked about, but more in the vein of "avoid this bozo at all costs" context than a "this person is so cool" context.

Personally, I'm looking forward to tonight's Hall of Fame broadcast. However, it did make me sad to see Yokozuna's family and Mil Mascaras be virtually ignored on stage last night during the HoF introductions on WM.

a) I love you. Don't tell the missus. It's her birthday and that would not be a good thing to learn tonight.

b) Mil Mascaras was so ignored for the whole thing it was rather sad. I mean ...


don't forget to wash your balls. Rule #1 of bank robberies...always have clean balls.

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2012-04-02 03:00:23 PM
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2012-04-02 02:35:05 PM

nbrfwhoooo: she, assuming that she is real this time, is a very attractive young lady.

Seriously, this is a big part of what I do not get. She is average at best, and below average for a stripper, at least where I'd go.

I don't have an exact name for her handle so I can't look her up but I remember her having a nice body and nice eyes. I personally thought she was attractive. I think she has stretch marks though and it wouldn't surprise me if she was a single mom to a black baby.
 
2012-04-02 03:00:35 PM
Worst. Wrestlemania. Ever
 
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