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BoD Tuesday Night Thread

Big night tonight, folks:


WWE Main Event will be on the WWE Network tonight starting at 8:00pm EST. According to Sami Zayn's Twitter account, he will be wrestling on the show so all of his fans should check that out.


Election Day was today. You can use this thread to talk about how great or awful the elections went for you.


Also, the NBA has 8 games on tap. The Houston Rockets vs. Miami Heat will be on NBA TV at 7:30pm EST and at 10:00pm, the Cleveland Cavaliers will take on the Portland Trailblazers.


The NHL has 12 games on the schedule tonight. You can watch the St. Louis Blues play the New Jersey Devils at 7:30pm EST on NBC Sports.


And discuss anything else going on tonight here.



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  1. http://www.wrestlecrap.com/induction%20files/nxtseason3/mmrwwfgeetar.jpg

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  2. What's the latest on Kylegate?

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  3. Maybe Lex Luger? Has he appeared on any company productions recently?

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  4. Election night means I'm going to be working all night, but I love it. I even watched debates from other states and races.

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  5. I guess Scott checked and it was not him.
    It could have been an error on Disqus's part, which has it's own reliability issues. I just saw the two IP's match up and went on that. If Scott investigated further and saw it was not him, then I owe Kyle an apology.

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  6. Apology accepted.

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  7. I apologize for outing you like that. Sorry, man.

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  8. What do you think about the Massachusetts race between Baker and Chokely?

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  9. During my mini-vacation, I made my debut on Place to Be Nation.


    http://placetobenation.com/the-patriot-way

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  10. Scott Brown has to be kicking himself for not running for governor of Massachusetts. Massachusetts Democrats take the state for granted and get burned every single time.

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  11. Maybe youll get lucky and somebody will shoot them both.

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  12. He's been a talking head on several of the Monday Night Wars shows on the network.

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  13. Brown got all but run out of Massachusetts and went to New Hampshire, where they do not like Mass residents all that much.
    Hell, the Boston Globe endorsed Baker. Coakley thinks she is above campaigning and is as good at debating as Erik Watts is at throwing dropkicks.

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  14. YankeesHoganTripleHFanNovember 4, 2014 at 5:35 PM

    It's Billy Jerk Haynes

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  15. I thought Brown ran a close race against Warren and I think he could've easily beaten Coakley. Running to New Hampshire to try to run for senate looks so bad. Republicans could've picked off Shaheen too

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  16. Those NH campaigns get nasty. I live close enough to Nashua that I am in their media market too and even when Shaheen ran against Sununu it was cutthroat.

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  17. I live in a state that never has competitive elections and it just sucks. I get hyperlocal races that get nasty and I love, but I feel I miss out on so much

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  18. I can't wait for WWE Hall of Famer Nailz.

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  19. How do you feel working for the biggest criminals on the planet.

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  20. I bet they do Zayn vs. Kidd on Main Event.

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  21. The biggest scandal since Watergategate

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  22. I can't believe I found out about NBA League Pass's free week on the very last day. I should've known since they do it every year. Stupid stupid stupid.

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  23. I'm glad Man Mountain Rock ain't going in. THAT ROCK MUSIC AND THAT GUITAR WAS DETRIMENTAL TO OUR YOUTH!!

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  24. Interestingly, Ricardo Rodriguez blamed HHH and Stephanie McMahon for a lot of problems in WWE. Especially about wrestlers getting in trouble for saying anything about their direction or if they pitch ideas. He said that they don't want people's ideas unless they come from their group. Also, he said Road Dog is the head of creative, and a pain in the ass to deal with. He said WWE was ran much better and more freely when McMahon and John Laurinaitis were running the talent.

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  25. What election coverage are y'all watching? I prefer CNN because of folks like Wolf and David Gergen, although there are other personalities that I don't like.

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  26. Silly bumblebee

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  27. MSNBC bc I watch MTP every week and I need my Chuck Todd fix. So far it's bad when it's the main panel, but the outside analysis they have is great

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  28. Some guy on the F4W boards made it seem that Ricardo was a whiner who just blamed HHH for everything.

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  29. Ricardo comes off as highly intelligent. His shoot made me appreciate how amazing he was in that role, especially considering it was a last minute decision. He really blended into that character and believed it. Also, he put-together a lot of the matches and would send information to the wrestlers. That is why he was constantly moving around near the ring.

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  30. Mantaur in the Class of 2015 or fuck all!

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  31. Re: Eadie - I don't see the value of Demolition to a bunch of guys who can barely work at this point.

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  32. I like Matthews and Maddow, but I really wish they had Andrea Mitchell or another of their more unbiased hosts anchor the event.

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  33. Extant1979 Most Must-See BoDerNovember 4, 2014 at 5:54 PM

    I will be checking in on local elections via wnyc.org and occasionally going crazy with national stuff. I'm so happy I ditched the television..,

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  34. I don't believe that was the particular case. He wasn't really whining about anything. He rarely ever talked about HHH, and the interviewer kind of twisted his arm to talk about him.

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  35. I'm guessing it's about principal at this point. (was that the correct spelling/use of the word?)

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  36. Eh, yeah, I'm in the fuck HHH camp, just found it funny that's all HHH called him

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  37. Feinstein reported that he just filmed a shoot with Tyler Reks and he did not hold back at all and had a lot of disparaging things to say about Cena

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  38. I would say Jeff Jarrett and Shane Douglas to name two

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  39. ThebrazilianpsychoNovember 4, 2014 at 5:57 PM

    Good, let's see if Cena it's on Hogan's level of politics.

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  40. Glad to see HHH follow in the grand tradition of promoters by hiring his cronies.

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  41. Chris Matthews is sneezing and coughing on air.

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  42. Here in SC Tim Scott is going to win a Senate seat. This is notable because Scott is a republican and is also black. My mom may or may not have referred to him as a coon.

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  43. House remains in GOP control. Thanks to gerrymandering, I think only a few congressional seats are even competitive anymore

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  44. Joey Matthews is one of his right-hand men, which must have been very awkward when Punk was very anti-HHH.

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  45. MikeyMike, WitnessNovember 4, 2014 at 6:01 PM

    Weird that is wish Raw was on again tonight. That rarely happens

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  46. Extant1979 Most Must-See BoDerNovember 4, 2014 at 6:02 PM

    Man, I didn't get a chance to watch this week's show on Hulu today. Hopefully tomorrow.

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  47. Reks is done with the business so I can see him not caring and unloading on people.

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  48. I've mentioned this before but I really think they need to cap the number of Hall of Fame inductees each year at five (maybe six if you are doing a tag team). Have one main event slot (Savage, Nash, Rock, HHH, Luger, Rey, Sting, Jericho, Taker, Goldberg), two notable midcard acts (DDP, Outlaws, X-Pac, Bulldog, Malenko, some ECW guys, etc), and use the final two spots for deserving women (Liz, Sable, Medusa), international talent (Muta, Chono), managers (Zeb maybe?), announcers, or celebrities (Regis Philbin).

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  49. ThebrazilianpsychoNovember 4, 2014 at 6:03 PM

    So Rusev won the US belt, was the match good?

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  50. Goldust and Stardust's attire reminds me of the Mondo Burger employee uniform.

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  51. It's sad how little people realize gerrymandering has effected things.

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  52. We had a proposition to prevent gerrymandering, but the whole thing felt like a scam. I voted no but I vote no on every proposition

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  53. I've heard from other wrestlers that Matthews is notorious for being a kiss-ass.

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  54. ThebrazilianpsychoNovember 4, 2014 at 6:04 PM

    Decent, got it. Well, welcome to midcard hell,Rusev.

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  55. MikeyMike, WitnessNovember 4, 2014 at 6:04 PM

    I really enjoyed yesterday's show. Love what they're doing with Orton.

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  56. ThebrazilianpsychoNovember 4, 2014 at 6:05 PM

    That's why he plays a corporate stooge.

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  57. MikeyMike, WitnessNovember 4, 2014 at 6:05 PM

    With no new Flash I'm going to binge New Girl for the night. No way I stay up for the whole Cavs game.

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  58. Hey Mikey, whatcha doing....

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  59. Extant1979 Most Must-See BoDerNovember 4, 2014 at 6:06 PM

    That prop was a load of crap, and would ensure that redistricting will be just as much a ridiculous process as it was in 2010-12.

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  60. "but I vote no on every proposition"


    ... as does my dad. I voted no on 13 out of 14 this time around, and still feel unsure about the 14th.

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  61. MikeyMike, WitnessNovember 4, 2014 at 6:07 PM

    Chilling man what's good with you?

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  62. Turning him face, then taking him off TV for a bit, and having him eventually wrestle Triple H?

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  63. MikeyMike, WitnessNovember 4, 2014 at 6:07 PM

    Oh I see what you did there lol

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  64. I voted no on the electronic ballot thing and on the smart school one.


    Yea, the proposition was written like it was trying way too hard to be like no this isn't a scam.

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  65. If the League of Women Voters says there is no reason to vote no on a proposition, I vote no.


    No tax credits for veterans on my watch!

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  66. I caught the last hour but I liked it.

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  67. MikeyMike, WitnessNovember 4, 2014 at 6:09 PM

    As long as they have him as wild face Randy then I'm okay with him off tv. If they neuter him like they did the last time around then no.

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  68. Extant1979 Most Must-See BoDerNovember 4, 2014 at 6:12 PM

    The only one I felt OK voting yes on was the e-bill, Prop 2. That was the only one I didn't have a problem with.


    Other than the props, my State Senate and Assembly seats were uncontested, Cuomo is a cocksucker who doesn't deserve anyone's vote and was a largely ridiculous exercise.

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  69. So, as I was watching Raw, I realized something. It is not
    that I never knew it before, but it really dawned on me. Wrestling has not
    evolved. It has taken steps backwards. It is booked for the lowest of low
    people, with the most unsophisticated storylines and the most noncomplex
    characters ever. With all the so-called intelligent people in WWE, one would
    think that there would be more well-written multi-layered, deep and metaphorical
    stories and more multifaceted and naturalistic characters. This would not affect
    the viewership of low intelligent people either. They do not watch the show for
    the theatrical aspect of the show anyways. I mean, some of the best-written
    movies in the history of filmmaking have been kids movies. Lego Movie, for
    example, had a deep, underlining plot about how big corporations have affected
    the every-day man, and also how the most special people in this world are the
    average ones, who get little-to-zero appraisal for their contributions to society.
    Currently, critics view wrestling as lowbrow as shows like Jersey Shore, and it
    is rightfully so.

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  70. Um...why is this new to you? Wrestling has always been lowbrow.

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  71. Extant1979 Most Must-See BoDerNovember 4, 2014 at 6:14 PM

    Critics have always viewed wrestling as lowbrow, that has never once changed, with the possible exception of when people like Cyndi Lauper, Andy Warhol and other celebrities were appearing at ringside in 1985-86, but the kitsch quickly faded.


    Wrestling started as a carny sideshow, and it always will be.

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  72. Yup. Even during the high-rated attitude era, it was still portrayed as the fodder of the lowest common denominator.

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  73. It's not new to me. Yes, wrestling will always be viewed as lowbrow. But sometimes it does not deserve to be when it is, indeed, well-written. Right now, it deserves to be considered it.

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  74. Extant1979 Most Must-See BoDerNovember 4, 2014 at 6:16 PM

    He's not there yet, especially if he's being groomed for a program with Cena.

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  75. I don't like saying who I voted for, but I know Astorino very well.


    State Senate has been gerrymandered, 95 percent of the district is in another county which is ridiculous.


    Assembly was unopposed. I love our assemblywoman, but I refuse to vote in uncontested elections.


    I voted no on prop 2 bc I'm an asshole

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  76. You'll never go wrong appealing to the lowest common denominator.

    Shakespeare was written for the masses as well.

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  77. Only when Sheamus was on offense.

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  78. But tons of the content on the show has to be intelligently insulting to anyone over the age of 13.

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  79. For judge, I voted for a guy named Montgomery since I always vote for the funniest name or vote third party

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  80. Extant1979 Most Must-See BoDerNovember 4, 2014 at 6:20 PM

    That was just as true in the Attitude Era as it is now.

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  81. I would imagine Jarrett getting into the HoF just so Vince can induct him and go "four time WCW champion *snickers* and 6 time TNA champion... *bursts out laughing*"

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  82. If you take out the matches the WWF is strictly a show for retarded people. Always has been, always will be. I just like the matches.

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  83. Shakespeare also wrote for Queen Elizabeth and members of the nobility. I think a good example today would be the Walking Dead - it is (mostly) smartly written, but also appeals to the masses.

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  84. I thought Stephanie was in the right to dump Orton last night. He's been in the Authority forever and hasn't really done much. Orton reminds me of a high draft pick that just hasn't produced. I just don't see why HHH thinks he's going to be the difference at SurSer

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  85. Ole anderson cuz of the gcw buyout

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  86. Virginia too close to call....holy shit. And Alison Grimes is an awful person

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  87. I spend all day solving problems so I'm all about some idiocy when I'm winding down for bed.

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  88. Who was the writer (Kreski?) who storyboarded everything in 1999 and 2000 so all the storylines made sense?

    I don't think the show as being well-written will ever give wrestling props. But the performance in the ring is a different matter. I think Bret Hart had a good interpretation of wrestling as art in how wrestlers can make matches realistic-looking and draw in crowds, etc.

    But I think all the bells and whistles and gimmicks take away from wrestling as performance art.

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  89. I found it weird that Cole called Rollins win over Orton an upset. Rollins has had a way more productive year than Orton has.

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  90. Zayn vs. Kidd on Main Event now.

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  91. Extant1979 Most Must-See BoDerNovember 4, 2014 at 6:23 PM

    I don't recall any third party candidates for judge. So, I voted by ethnic lines - find the most Italian names possible.

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  92. Watching The Perfect Event tag against Nash and DDP.

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  93. Or Grimey, as she liked to be called by friends.

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  94. What'd he do to get blackballed?

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  95. No third party, so just Montgomery. The other judge races were unopposed, which meant no vote from me.


    I look forward to the results from Prop 2: I will be one of the few no votes.

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  96. Yes and no. Orton was still the favorite based on rep but he's been in decline all year. What I didn't like about the match was Orton not playing more of a face.

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  97. Can't wait for Zayn to be called up to RAW and be a main event player in 2035.

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  98. I think I would enjoy Cena more if he had a hulk-up routine before he won a match. That way it would seem he would be drawing on the apathy from half the crowd before he was victorious.

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  99. I might make it to half time.

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  100. why? so he can job to Aurora?

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  101. Extant1979 Most Must-See BoDerNovember 4, 2014 at 6:24 PM

    Exactly. I have no problem shutting off my brain on Monday nights. If I want something that makes me go hmm, I have plenty of alternatives.

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  102. Dude, he'll probably job to Aurora next year.

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  103. good guy vs bad guy is just fine by me as long as the character motivations make sense. That's the only thing I ask.

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  104. I'm pretty vague on the details but he made some derogatory remarks about the company and Vince. He has since apologized and wants to get back in Vince's good graces again because he needs a payday I suspect.

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  105. Chris Kreski was the writer, yes. It's not really about respect. I don't care about how non-wrestling critics view wrestling. I just pointed out that it was deserved. It had little to do with the main point I was making. It has more to do with how intelligently written the shows are. WWE has the perfect blend of old wrestling people, who understand the basic philosophies of booking 101, and these so-called creative writers, who are supposed to come up with these intelligent ideas. Yet, they book like they're fully creatively challenged. I mean, how many times did we see them recycle the win off music playing and wrestler distraction. That's just unacceptable writing for a corporation that is funded by investors and for people who wear three piece suits to work.

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  106. One of the banner ads I'm seeing right now is a service to wire money to India. I think google has made a miscalculation somewhere here.

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  107. You know who would make a good shoot interview? that dude that worked head of security. I can't remember his name but he started behind the camera with Crockett and somehow became the security guy for WCW.

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  108. george jepsen's missing out on some type of Jetson's name recognition soundalike ploy in CT too

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  109. yeah, that's it.

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  110. That all said, I did find Raw to be a good Raw. At least they are making an effort to create some storylines and interest within the product. I'll take that over a stagnant product where nothing happens any day of the week.

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  111. Extant1979 Most Must-See BoDerNovember 4, 2014 at 6:30 PM

    Jesus, I can't believe I blanked on Doug Dillinger's name til Jobber posted it.

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  112. It's definitely WWE's fault that they don't utilize their creative talent better. But to me, it's really a matter of stagnation at the top. HHH, Stephanie, Vince...this trifecta have been in charge of the show for a LONG time and we can blame an ex-soap opera writer but as someone who works in television, I can tell you that you can't blame a lowly writer for a creative direction.

    It all falls on the executive producers/showrunners. No wonder WWE is so stale because they've had the same creative heads for so long.

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  113. McConnell may be an assbag but it was nice how he went out of his way to congratulate Grimes while Grimes couldn't even say his name

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  114. Irish gypsies sending for each other on youtube can cut better promos than most of the roster. This is what Sheamus should be doing.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wL6aDrzs3Fs

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  115. Late 2000 Luger was playing a pretty good character.

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  116. I love Jon Stewart's impression of that old turtle.

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  117. Unless he's in charge of a school

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  118. MikeyMike, WitnessNovember 4, 2014 at 6:32 PM

    Random but did he have short hair by then?

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  119. ...so every election there's throngs of people lined up as polls close.....really don't get why "fuck 'em, should have voted earlier" isn't the standard response instead of hand wringing and lawsuits to keep polls open

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  120. No, I was blaming them. I'm saying they pay all these people, and this is the best they can put out. Either way, they hire these writers. So if they do suck, that's their fault as well.

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  121. Oh yeah definitely

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  122. stop calling him Luger. You are worst than Tony

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  123. Because people have work?

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  124. From 6am to 7 or 8pm? Then absentee it

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  125. Pretty sure Jarrett and Vince buried the hatchet. I think around the time of his wife's death?

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  126. Extant1979 Most Must-See BoDerNovember 4, 2014 at 6:33 PM

    Sexy Lexy?

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  127. And her finisher better be the Aurora Borealis.

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  128. yeah. Dude buried Lex Luger and those ass hats call him Luger in the next segment.

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  129. aaand Kidd just beat Zayn.

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  130. The few times I did absteneeing it was a pain in the ass. Too many states close polls too early

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  131. Extant1979 Most Must-See BoDerNovember 4, 2014 at 6:34 PM

    Employers are required to give people time to go vote.


    But I still got my ass up and went to vote before I went to work, because that's what I do.

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  132. Do they have advance polls in the States? I'm Canadian and when I vote, I just do it then.

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  133. You mean Vince buried the hatchet he used to kill Jeff's wife with?

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  134. HHH must not like Zayn.

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  135. lol I forgot all about that. Yeah he's just the total package at this point. They should have shown that on the ppv it was before to promo the match.

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  136. Hold that 10 for Johnny B. BadNovember 4, 2014 at 6:34 PM

    Demos were in wwe 13 I think. Even if that's the video game company's call, that always seems to be "step one" toward fence mending.

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  137. Extant1979 Most Must-See BoDerNovember 4, 2014 at 6:35 PM

    They're telling a long-term story with Zayn that may or may not lead to the return of Generico.

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  138. I'm actually okay with that because Kidd is a great worker.

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  139. Logged into Twitter to see "Justin Gabriel" was trending. For a minute, I was terrified he'd died or something. Because why the fuck else would Justin Gabriel be trending?

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  140. Eh, I absenteed once against Lieberman when I was going to be on vacation, wasn't fun, but took maybe 10 minutes longer than a 7am, no line vote took, would be a shit load shorter than the "let's line up like it's 5 minutes until the end of the world"

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  141. To be honest, Generico doesn't even exist in their minds.

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  142. Right after using it to sabotage Randy Savage's car. Or are we still sticking with the heart attack excuse? IT WAS HIM ALL ALONG!

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  143. Extant1979 Most Must-See BoDerNovember 4, 2014 at 6:36 PM

    Because 700,000 network subscribers are enough to get something trending worldwide!

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  144. (Cold bastard)Terrified? I think morbidly curious would be the most I could muster if I thought he died

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  145. Straight Jacket Steel Cage Match. FTW?

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  146. On a show almost no one watches. Zayn will recover.


    And even if Zayn does keep losing, they beat Daniel Bryan like a drum and he still got over. If it's going to happen for him, it's going to happen for him.

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  147. You know what I like about you Americans? Your chant. "USA USA" is just so damn catchy!

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  148. Extant1979 Most Must-See BoDerNovember 4, 2014 at 6:37 PM

    Given the NXT spoilers I've seen and the match list for the NXT special in December, it makes the most sense.

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  149. Danielle Panabaker can get it.

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  150. Yeah...Daniel Bryan lost like EVERY match on NXT when he came in.

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  151. Canada! Canada! Canada!

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  152. Just too many syllables.

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  153. Gunther the Nasty LoserNovember 4, 2014 at 6:38 PM

    WASSUP WASSUP ALL MUH NAGGAS?


    Uh uh TITTY BOUNCE TITTY BOUNCE

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  154. Can-na-da! Can-na-da! Can-na-da!

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  155. They were "telling stories." Ugh...

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  156. Wasn't that when he was wearing florescent Yankee's jerseys and looked like he was about 75?

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  157. The Network needs to do something about that annoying little ditty they play before every single show. Doooooo-doo-doo-dooo-dooo-doooooooooo.



    That's all I've got.

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  158. Lucha Underground drew 18,000-20,000 viewers for its first episode.

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  159. Extant1979 Most Must-See BoDerNovember 4, 2014 at 6:39 PM

    It's catchy!

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  160. ThebrazilianpsychoNovember 4, 2014 at 6:39 PM

    Good, bad for a show on El Rey?

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  161. "Yep Mode" Abeyance Brown ©November 4, 2014 at 6:39 PM

    Does Time Warner Cable get it?

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  162. Are you saying we nag you?

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  163. Extant1979 Most Must-See BoDerNovember 4, 2014 at 6:40 PM

    Search for El Rey on your channel guide.

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  164. Probably not. That network is just on Dish.

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  165. "Yep Mode" Abeyance Brown ©November 4, 2014 at 6:40 PM

    If it is, I would check it out. Looks good enough.

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  166. Not in a good way! I always sing along with it.

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  167. Looked it up. Channel 841.

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  168. Gunther the Nasty LoserNovember 4, 2014 at 6:41 PM

    TITTIES BOUNCIN' ROUND AND ROUNNNNND

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  169. I'LL GET A MOTORBIKE

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  170. Why not find it online and watch it?

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  171. Contact your local satellite or cable provider.

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  172. If Bruno and Warrior are in, I'd say never say never on anyone else...unless it's Jeff Jarrett or Ole Anderson.

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  173. "Yep Mode" Abeyance Brown ©November 4, 2014 at 6:42 PM

    I probably will, but I also would like to see it on TV as well.

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  174. Really voting ought to be moved to Sunday or perhaps an entire week.

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  175. Depends on the state. My state (Illinois) has about a month of early voting.

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  176. brotha's can't get a day off if they do that.

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  177. Extant1979 Most Must-See BoDerNovember 4, 2014 at 6:43 PM

    I wanna vote with my iPhone.

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  178. "Yep Mode" Abeyance Brown ©November 4, 2014 at 6:43 PM

    Then after winning his first match, they kicked him off.

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  179. They'll just make minorities work on Sunday

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  180. Gunther the Nasty LoserNovember 4, 2014 at 6:43 PM

    Time Warner can SO get it

    ...we're talking about one of de wimins, right? Time "Blair" Warner?

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  181. *sniff, sniff* You been drinkin', son?

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  182. "Yep Mode" Abeyance Brown ©November 4, 2014 at 6:44 PM

    Plus 2K15 has fans holding Generico signs.

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  183. So, it looks like Charlie Baker is going to win in Mass. Lame.

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  184. I absenteed twice and both times it was a major hassle. In 06 they didn't send me my ballot in time and I flipped out on the Board of Elections claiming they violated my constitutional rights that my ancestors died for.

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  185. Gunther the Nasty LoserNovember 4, 2014 at 6:45 PM

    G-G-G-GHOST

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  186. Extant1979 Most Must-See BoDerNovember 4, 2014 at 6:45 PM

    You know, I've finally figured you out, Abey. You make everyone do the hard work for you, searching for shit online, giving you recaps of what happened in threads. You the king, man. Everyone does the work for you.


    There's a reason you're number one...

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  187. Yeah, not a shock as Coakley runs the shittiest of shitty campaigns

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