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  1. Thanks for posting up the thread, Mr. Curry.


    *hides behind wall*

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  2. So, finally read Morrison's Ultra Comics. I can't decide how much I love it, but it's pretty great. It's also the weirdest thing I've read in a while.

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  3. Alright, I made 3 Raw logos. Which one is the best? http://imgur.com/a/xPWBV#0

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  4. My wife went to the carnival with her parents, and I got a couple of hours to kill before my nephew's birthday party. Time finish up Daredevil

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  5. Belee_Matt!_INDEED!!!April 19, 2015 at 12:18 PM

    Kyrie's gonna steal some Celtic lunch money and Lebron's gonna purple nurple them.

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  6. Wedgies all around!

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  7. Go Celtics...make 'em sweat a little, lol.

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  8. Belee_Matt!_INDEED!!!April 19, 2015 at 12:21 PM

    Burn in hell, you son of a bitch!

    ...sorry, that escalated quickly.

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  9. Adam "Colorado" CurryApril 19, 2015 at 12:22 PM

    "Mr. Curry" is fine. Just "Curry" and I'm throwing an empty beer at you.

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  10. As a Bulls fan I'd just love an upset, heh.

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  11. Adam "Colorado" CurryApril 19, 2015 at 12:23 PM

    LOLHAMILTONWINS. Fucking F1...

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  12. Evan Karagias style?

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  13. Adam "Colorado" CurryApril 19, 2015 at 12:25 PM

    No, in this case I'll be like "fuck yes, I threw that". Besides, I won't have a bunch of polite Canadians saying "what bottle?"

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  14. Watching a documentary about the Hindenburg on Netflix. Oh, the humanity...

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  15. Adam "Colorado" CurryApril 19, 2015 at 12:27 PM

    It's pretty amazing that something like half the people on the Hindenburg survived that crash.

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  16. Julie Bowen can still bring it

    http://youtu.be/w3pl6H-In34

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  17. Mitch, The GodfatherApril 19, 2015 at 12:30 PM

    More useless in 1999: Mr. Hughes or British Bulldog?

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  18. ROCK-em SOCK-em Robot!!!!April 19, 2015 at 12:32 PM

    Hughes by a mile.

    Bulldog was a relic but he at least had matches.

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  19. 35 of the 97 crew & passengers died, plus one ground crew member. The shots of people just walking/running out of the fire are mind boggling.

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  20. I was watching a SmackDown episode a few months ago and Mr. Hughes was busting out the most absurd facial reactions imaginable.

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  21. On breaking bad, they have the most clever ways to kill someone. Just watched the episodes where someone dies by atm and severed head turtle bomb

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  22. Works out - DD has a couple of people to almost kill before the b'day party, too!

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  23. It took Furious 7 two weeks to become the 7th highest grossing film worldwide ever.

    TWO WEEKS! TWO WEEKS!
    *malfunctions*
    GET READY FOR A SURPRIIIIIIISE
    *head explodes*

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  24. Showed the crash video to a friend recently and her reaction was holy shit. I'm surprised she never saw it before

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  25. Without looking closer, I bet the # on your avatar is 1-900-909-9900.

    *looks*

    *Tank Abbot happy dance*

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  26. Adam "Colorado" CurryApril 19, 2015 at 12:36 PM

    It blows my mind that Curtis Hughes of all people has trained a bunch of great indy guys. If you can't do, teach indeed...

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  27. Adam "Colorado" CurryApril 19, 2015 at 12:38 PM

    Man, this weed is fucking fantastic.

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  28. I remember Hughes being around all of a couple of weeks and I don't think that he wrestled.


    Bulldog.

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  29. ..............No ticket!

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  30. That chick had 3 boobs

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  31. BULLDOG

    The reasons for my answer should be obvious.

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  32. *makes face at you*

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  33. It took a long time to come to grips with the the discrepancy, but I've gotten there. Thanks for noticing my work.

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  34. Hockey fans out there...Does Edmonton suck that much shit? When they won the draft lottery, that McDavid kid looked like someone just shot his dog.

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  35. Mitch, The GodfatherApril 19, 2015 at 12:42 PM

    Speaking of such.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k9untILTL6s

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  36. When I was a kid the Hindenberg was like THE disaster. Ships sink, trains derail, planes crash, but an airship blowing up was like something out of science fiction. But I think since then with space shuttles blowing up, Titanic becoming a romantic movie, and 9/11... the Hindenberg has been somewhat forgotten. I still think the live radio narration as it happened is one of the most heartbreaking & human bits of journalism ever.

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  37. Mitch, The GodfatherApril 19, 2015 at 12:43 PM

    I think you answered your own question there.

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  38. Hughes was worthless and only hurt Jericho. Bulldog at least had the alliance with the Mean Street Posse that was kinda funny

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  39. Fat, Ugly Inner-City SweathogApril 19, 2015 at 12:46 PM

    It's excellent. They should do a Part 2, just so they can give the crazy its proper attention

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  40. Adam "Colorado" CurryApril 19, 2015 at 12:46 PM

    No fucking way, you can't be that old.

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  41. Sage Steele looking foxy now that she's grown out her hair a bit.

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  42. Yes, McDavid will probably die there with the rest of the #1s they've drafted. Plus, the Oilers have a lawsuit against his CHL team. Probably the place he least wanted to go.

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  43. Fat, Ugly Inner-City SweathogApril 19, 2015 at 12:49 PM

    I started it. It's a little cheesy, but I do plan on finishing it

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  44. Modern Warfare is probably my favorite episode of Community so far.

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  45. There was a BBC one years ago where a reporter went to investigate them and ended up being followed and stuff, it was great. I spent some of last night watching bizzare Scientology youtube videos. It's the fucked up shit.

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  46. There is a big info dump going on right now about it. Apparently she is playing a rebel soldier. The spinoff films are officially called Star Wars Anthology. https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CC-Zw1jVAAAbkQb.jpg

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  47. I'm 50/50 on it. It could just be a coincidence that stupid people latched onto and drew all sorts of flimsy connections to turn it into a conspiracy.

    On the other hand, it's totally the sort of petty bullshit Vince goes for and Cena wouldn't say no to doing it in order to satisfy Vince's spite-boner, so who knows?

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  48. Bret is watching with a tear in his eye at Cena now having SIX moves of doom.

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  50. Yeah, but Vince is really only interested in the kind of controversy he can manufacture, which isn't all that controversial.

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  51. You know considering all the poop humor, peeing into drinks, having various people vomiting for laughs I dont know why I was so surprised this guy likes pushing people into pools.

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  52. Oh ok. I tend to watch grown up things.
    Im kidding. Relax. I still watch the Avengers cartoon.

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  53. Then I think R-Truth's suplex stunner he used to do was also a vendetta against Austin. Because reasons.

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  54. Quite frankly I thought he was asking about the McMahon family's fine china.

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  55. Very well done!

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  56. Go fuck yourself.

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  57. Yeah, but Jews at on point were an ethnic group with power and influence. Gay people didn't. And anybody can be gay, so I don't see how you turn them into some mysterious, strange, other force.


    Like, why not choose people who like well-done steak, they're actually evil.

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  58. Fat, Ugly Inner-City SweathogApril 19, 2015 at 2:13 PM

    Yeah, if they knew they were not going to do Hogan vs. Flair at Mania 8, then why not? Problem is, it wasn't until the Hulk-Flair house show circuit that they decided that was the case, allegedly.


    That said, it would have been badass though, if Hogan vs. Flair, "Champion vs. Champion" happened at Survivor Series, with Sid turning heel there instead and making Flair the champ. Do the re-match at Tuesday in Texas, with controversy again. Tunney holds up the title and puts it in the Rumble match. You can still do Hulk vs. Flair at house shows. Build to Hogan-Sid and Flair-Savage, after Ric wins the Rumble like it actually happened

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  59. An alpha straight rapist character that molests other people and refers to them as female would be like...the least acceptable gimmick ever.

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  60. I grew up in NorCal, so I never really experienced super virulent homophobia.


    I associate it with angry old men.

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  61. Fat, Ugly Inner-City SweathogApril 19, 2015 at 2:23 PM

    Agreed. Brock Lesnar is a comparable one too, but Kurt went from debuting at Survivor Series '99 to legit star by summer

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  62. Fat, Ugly Inner-City SweathogApril 19, 2015 at 2:24 PM

    True. I wasn't even thinking about WCW turns. haha

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  63. Fat, Ugly Inner-City SweathogApril 19, 2015 at 2:24 PM

    Yeah, Macho had every right to kill the man, let alone attack him backstage.

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  64. He wanted to go back to WWE a couple of years ago and they didn't want him back. I'd like to see him back as a commentator in some form, I always thought he was the best commentary partner Cole ever had.

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  65. Is it too much to assume that Cena simply wanted to freshen up his moveset?

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  66. Seven, according to the Jericho podcast.

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  67. That wasn't the point of my email. I wouldn't call a spring board stunner a "pretty simple move" for a guy like Cena.

    I'm the dudes biggest fan, but it's not like he's Dean Malenko.

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  68. Enough with your way answers!

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  69. He did say this on his podcast:

    “Obviously it’s reminiscent of the Stone Cold Stunner. Here’s my biggest beef with it – it’s such a dynamic move, and requires such precision and timing. When you hit that move, why don’t you establish it, and get a couple three-counts out of it? Then when Rusev or whoever kicks out, it means something. So, he could have another ace up his sleeve if he’d actually beat people with it. If he had looked further down the road than the short term, he would have had a real, valid, badass finish, rather than just a set-up, which now means nothing.”

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  70. as mentioned a few weeks ago, especially the line from Vince is cringeworthy: "that the most revolting thing I've ever seen in my life". uhm... yikes.

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  71. I have absolutely no interest in this story. The only thing I have less interest in is TNA. Which is why I clicked on this thread because I read all the others.

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  72. Nobody said "rapist". What I mean is that for example Rick Rude in the 80s was kind of a straight Goldust who, instead of men, was interested in women. What he did for example in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iz2b0p8XPbM is kind of what Goldust did.

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  73. Actually I do have something to add. When Eugene used the stunner occasionally i remember people kicking out if it and I dont even think he finished anyone off with it. Now I know that what his gimmick was, to use famous moves. Did Austin ever bring that up? Because with people kicking out of it he kinda ruined the move.

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  74. They started in October, so by Survivor Series they should have had some sort of idea. Flair beats Hogan via countout or DQ thanks to Mr. Perfect. Do the rematch at This Tuesday in Texas, where Did turns on Hogan, costing him the title.

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  75. If he were down for it, I'd love to see Austin book a territory. Like, if another Turner bought out TNA and said, "book this like a real wrestling show", although I've heard their booking has been better. Point is, Stone Cold has a pretty sharp mind for the business. But, learning from the Von Erichs and Chris Adams, and guys like Eaton/Arn/Rude/Heyman will do that to you.

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  76. Brock debuted when? April? By August he had bested Hogan, won the KOTR and defeated The Rock for the title. I'd call Kurt's stretch more fun to watch though.

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  77. But he DIDN'T turn in 1994! It was a SWERVE at Starrcade! ;)

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  78. I have the Fire Stick, and like it, but wouldn't recommend it. For me it makes sense because I have Prime and my son watches it. But it's also locked down, so unless you're really into Amazon content, I wouldn't do it.

    I think Chromecast would be a better buy, actually.

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  79. Belee_Matt!_INDEED!!!April 19, 2015 at 5:27 PM

    Doesn't sound pissed off to me. Sounds like a logical interpretation of how they're using the move.

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  80. absolutely. He made UT look like a good worker for the first time. Previously being stuck with big lugs like Yokozuna, Bundy, Gonzalez, etc. he was limited. And the two smaller guys he worked with were a thoroughly unmotivated IRS and a guy buried deep in a character that created bad matches in Goldust. Otherwise it was big stiff after big stiff.

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  81. Actually Halloween Havoc - but much like Orndorff's face turn in 1987 -- I'm convinced the original heel turn was real - but after Kevin Sullian broke the Butcher's face and he turned face as the man with no name - that was when he became buddies with Hogan again to be a spy for the DOD.

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  82. And even the Chyna question was handled well by HHH. I just listened to it yesterday and kept waiting for the "controversial" part to come up but it was totally run of the mill. The only thing I can imagine Vince complaining about is that it was too "insider-y."

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  83. GORE GORE GORE GORE

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  84. Cena might be paying respect to steve or it might be like the rock situation where vince tells John to do this hoping it leads to an angle

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  85. I agree steve is very mature and level headed

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  86. Now I want to see Eugene vs Damien 666

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  87. I'm pretty sure Austin mentioned this on his Podcast at one point. "You give one of your workers the stunner and it's Goddamn Eugene!?" or something to that extent. He wasn't actually hot about it from what I recall though, I think he just figured it could have been given to someone higher up the card.

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  88. With you 100% on Rocky. I loved him as a heel but once he turned face and his catchphrases became embarrassingly repetitive I tuned out.

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  89. I remember watching this show as it happened...May 96, so I was 9 years old. Seeing Ahmed's rage really drew me into him even further. I was already amazed by him when he bodyslammed Yokozuna (seeing that as an 8 year old was pretty much the coolest thing ever), but this solidified him as my favorite for a long time. Too bad about his injuries, I really believe he could have made it to the top, even though you couldn't understand a thing he said on the mic.

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  90. I remember the crowd pop to the start of that Ahmed/Vader match and it was like the stuff you would if Austin entered the building in 1998

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  91. He's always been awkward in his movements, but he's also always been pretty agile and acrobatic, especially for a guy his size.

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  92. Fat, Ugly Inner-City SweathogApril 19, 2015 at 9:17 PM

    Yeah and Brock's was more a product of WWE deciding in advance that he was going to be the Next Big Thing and doing everything to make sure that happened.


    Angle was more the guy they had high hopes for and by sheer force of awesomeness got himself to the main event faster than even they had hoped

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  93. Jump backwards while reaching over your shoulder. It doesn't require a third degree black belt.

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  94. Sorry, Cena is not using the stunner anymore than Austin was using the Diamond Cutter, or anymore than Undertaker was using Lawler's pile driver. If Austin (who was great, not a knock on him) was able to do a springboard stunner, I'd at least understand his criticism (though to be fair, I'm pretty sure he doesn't take it seriously in the least) But the springboard makes it a different move.

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  95. No dude. This is wrestling. There has to be some kinda conspiracy behind everything because there could not be any other way that Bryan is not champion.

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  96. I dunno...I haven't asked him. Hang on, I'll try to Professor X him and see what I can come up with.

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  97. I dunno about this card needing a retcon booking. You forget how big a deal Hogan/Undertaker was back in the day. Undertaker had been built up as such an unstoppable monster over his first year in the company that everyone (and my sample group was all of my grade school classmates) was going nuts to see how he'd match up against Hogan.

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  98. Hmm I don't know, he does say "here's my biggest beef with it" suggesting that he has more than one problem with it. If you were him at this point you'd have to wonder whether Cena suddenly using the move is a pure coincidence or a sneaky sleight on him

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  99. Ahmed was awesome for like a year. So much fun to watch.

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  100. Other possible questions on Austin's index cards for the Triple H interview.

    "So, Chyna. Ever regret sticking it in there?"
    "So, Chyna. That's a dude, right?"
    "So, Chyna. You still love her, don't ya?"
    "So, Chyna. You were trying to turn Stephanie into her, weren't ya?"
    "So, Chyna. You ever accidentally call Steph by her name?"
    "So, Chyna. Ever get mad that she got that 'X-Pac heat', if you know what I mean?"

    All of those were crossed off. The only one left on the card was:

    "So, Chyna. Is she ever getting in the Hall of Fame?"

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  101. Oops. I got confused and thought you meant Savage and not Beefer. I apologize.

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