Randy Orton Injured at Tonight's Smackdown Tapings
WWE.com reported that Orton suffered a cervical strain and a cervical neuropraxia in his match
Warrant Out For the Arrest of Ric Flair
He owes 8 months worth of spousal support, which is $32,352.51. This guy is just a mess at this point.
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According to Mike Johnson of PWInsider.com, Tara's release was planned and a cost-cutting move. However, Doc's release was to be blamed no Bruce Prichard, who let his contract lapse after waiting too long to renegotiate. He was apparently in their plans.
So...any doctors want to let me know if that is a serious injury?ReplyDelete
Just from a quick google search neurpraxia is the injury to a nerve caused by blunt force that results in temporary paralysis but it usually is resolved pretty quick. I'm far from an expert but it didn't sound like he'd have to be out a long time.ReplyDelete
This is my favorite Ric Flair scrape with the law:ReplyDelete
Flair has been a financial mess for the better part of his adult life, but i'll defend him in this one. They were married for 3 years, had no kids and somehow she deserves $4k a month? For what? Spousal support is such a scam in cases like this. His reasons are perfectly valid too as it was widely reported when he went to the hospital with the blood clots and everyone knows about the death of his son. She should go get a job and leave the guy alone. Move on with your life.ReplyDelete
He was apparently in their plans.ReplyDelete
Soooooo...rehire him then?
Unless the reason they don't is because they think that know that he knows he's "in their plans," he can hold them up for more money? I would hope that's not the case, since DOC, while talented in his own right, can't seriously see himself as irreplaceable.
Man, Brian Bayless continues to be the hardest working man in Blog of Dooming.ReplyDelete
I think it's time for Scott to give him...the key.
Do you know what she did for those three years?ReplyDelete
For that matter, do you know what your wife has done for you in the past three years?
Judging Flair's ex-wife's merits is none of your business.
I guess it depends on how badly he was numbed. Sounds similiar to a "burner" in football or what was going on with Angle when he atrophy'd.ReplyDelete
I don't care, there's no reason why a grown adult should receive money after a marriage contract is over. $48k per year is a ridiculous severance package.ReplyDelete
He can't work with that, I don't think. Even with smoke and mirrors.ReplyDelete
There is plenty of information that we are not privvy to. That's why things are handled by the courts, not by internet yokels like ourselves.ReplyDelete
Nice to hear that you don't care about what your wife does, though.
More like TNA seeing if they can do without him now that they no longer HAVE to pay him.ReplyDelete
Maybe Punk will reform the SES now...
I cant see why they wouldn't sign him unless it wasn't about money because I do not think that the WWE needs him and there is nowhere else for him to go.ReplyDelete
Prichard really sucks with contracts. First RVD, then they nearly lost Bobby Roode.
I don't care how many whores he may have fucked while they were married. I don't care if he "golden showered" her on a daily basis. There's not a reason you can find that I will agree with. There's no reason why a grown woman, who's not taking care of a mutual child, who only invested 3 years of her time in (with a much older man, mind you), should be receiving $48k per year. It's despicable and a big issue with the courts, imo. She was an obvious gold digger and too bad Ric continues to be an idiot and not sign pre-nups. She did not bust her ass in a TNA ring (lol, sorry, couldn't say that with a straight face) to receive so much money. It's ludicrous.ReplyDelete
Oh yes there is...NJPW.ReplyDelete
But how many more American's are they going to bring in? They already have Smith, Archer, Benjamin and Anderson.ReplyDelete
There's a simple solution to this. DON'T GET MARRIED.ReplyDelete
If you do, then you accept responsibilitytil death do you part.
Since they actually care about tag teams, I'm sure they can find a place for him. He wrestled in Japan before TNA anyways, so he's not unknown to the market.ReplyDelete
Hence, why I'm not married. And no, the other person is an adult, not a child. They can work just as easily as the other person. It's a scam, it's been a scam for years and it should be desolved. Then again, you'd think he'd sign a pre-nup one of these times...ReplyDelete
And don't give me this "til death do you part". Marriage is nothing more than a contract and contracts get broken sometimes. It doesn't mean you should pay the other person in perpetuity.
If he had lost Bobby Rooooo for TNA, I wouldn't have even waited to peel the wrapping off the new ream of pink slips to fire his ass.ReplyDelete
Didn't Gallows wrestle that match that sucked so hard that Inoki himself came to the ring to stop it?ReplyDelete
Honestly don't know.ReplyDelete
I suppose that could happen but I see him resigning with TNA. Unless the WWE feels the need to bring him back for some reason (Join the Wyatt Family?)ReplyDelete
His sons body isn't cold. Fuck that bitch.ReplyDelete
And if you want to get out of that contract, then you gotta accept that there will be a price to pay to do that.ReplyDelete
Decided by a judge based on he said-she said and rarely any evidence, but one of the party's bank accounts (usually the man's). If you break a contract with an employer, usually you give back whatever bonus you got and there's probably a no-compete clause. That's it. You don't have to pay them in perpetuity some random amount.ReplyDelete
If I am up and there is a lot of news, I can post a midnight update. It will not be a regular thing but I can do it on occasion
It's been earth temperature for a long time, and has nothing to do with setting up a one time revolving payment.ReplyDelete
Quit making excuses for Flair. He has plenty of people that do that already...which is actually the source of all of his problems.
Divorce is the screwing you get for the screwing you get to do.ReplyDelete
I wont make excuses for Flair, dude seems to be a piece of shit but the dude has an awful track record when it comes to money and relationships, you're telling me this gold digging skank had no idea of this?ReplyDelete
Flair is a child in mans clothing. Doesn't change the fact that he is getting railroaded on this. $48k a year? You come on here and defend that? That he should be put in fucking jail because a semi-retired dude obviously can't pay that?ReplyDelete
Cervical ANYTHING is not good. I have cervical neuritis from a bulging disc in my neck and when that shit kicks in (roughly once a year) I'm paralyzed for like a week. No sleep, constant burning pain, and only standing feels good (distributes weight off the spine).ReplyDelete
Generally speaking, don't the courts take into account his current wages when establishing how much he's going to pay in spousal support? You don't see two dumb hicks in Hickville getting divorced and the husband being forced to pay $4k a month. It's an amalgam of what he earned at the time of the divorce, the expenses she would incur on a monthly basis while they were married, any sacrifices she made (career, school, etc.) to put her life on hold to be his wife, and what he would be legitimately capable of paying after a divorce settlement. Let's be honest, Flair isn't paying this because he's Ric fucking Flair. The guy held up TNA like two years ago in Europe on appearances so they would cover his bar tab because he wasn't responsible enough to cover it himself. Ric does not deserve any sympathy.ReplyDelete
I'm saying you don't know enough about the situation to question the legitimacy of the payment.ReplyDelete
Regardless, it's a fact of life that you don't get what you deserve, you get what you negotiate.
And Flair probably makes more off of one endorsement deal than any of us make in a year.
Maybe she did, maybe she didn't. I have no fucking clue. But it's irrelevant to the marriage that did take place regardless.ReplyDelete
It's a big ouchie that will gradually ouch less over time.ReplyDelete
I can't think of one good reason why any spouse, male or female, deserves $4000 per month in support based off a 3-year childless marriage. If the couple builds their wealth together, that's one thing. But that's not the case here.ReplyDelete
I think Flair is a pretty abhorrent person overall, but that's straight-up robbery.
Yes but at the same time, it takes an act of God when the amount is set, to get a court to lower it when the husband has a change in his own life via losing a job or having to retire due to outside factor.ReplyDelete
Case in point: Dave Foley of KITH and Newsradio fame: divorced his wife at the height of Newsradio's popularity and when that show got cancelled and his career went tits up (in part due to the fact that Newsradio was a cult hit that was never able to live up to the lofty standards set by Friends, let alone Foley being overshadowed both by Andy Dick and Phil Hartman) he was unable to get a court to lower his alimony payments to reflect his new life on the C-List.
Or any countless number of pro athletes......
What, like Cody Rhodes?ReplyDelete
That's a different issue, and I can sympathize with people in that boat, but Flair's financial situation hasn't really changed since that verdict. He just isn't paying it.ReplyDelete
I got my socks on...argoyle socks...and you're cutting me off! In MY town!ReplyDelete
It's a serious injury but can be healed with plenty of suitcase shitting and hotel trashing.ReplyDelete
Looks like Prichard may be on his way out.ReplyDelete
Given how terribly he's handled contracts, I'd say he has to go.
I agree if there are no children. There should be one payment and that's it. Your not babysitting a kid your marrying someone.ReplyDelete
Even if Orton has to miss significant time with his injury, that briefcase is good for an entire year. The longer he's out, the more of a shock it'll be when he suddenly reappears to beat the then-WWE champion for the title.ReplyDelete
My point is this; putting someone in jail over child support is one thing. Spousal support is another. Should be considered a civil issue. Garnish his wages.ReplyDelete
Are we seriously assuming that Flair was making more in TNA than he is now in WWE?ReplyDelete
the real take away here is that I learned a cervix isn't what I thought it was.ReplyDelete
Oh jesus. My sympathies, man.ReplyDelete
So you're saying it's wrong to jump to conclusions about Flairs marriage, but ok to assume that his financial situation is still the same? What are you basing that on?ReplyDelete
To this day, I still say to myself "HE'S CUTTING OFF DAH NAITCHA BOY!" when I get cut off.ReplyDelete
Yes, that's right. If Flair's financial situation has changed, then the burden of proof is on him to show that.ReplyDelete
And just pissing away the money on strippers and kamikazes doesn't count.
Who are you to decide what there "should be" for all cases? Every case is different...let people figure out how to handle it for themselves, or let the courts figure it out if they can't.ReplyDelete
That's the one and only time I've ever seen Edge use the Figure Four, and he STILL did it better than The Miz.ReplyDelete
Wait a minute...gotta do a little dance first...
Why did Orton wrestle in the dark match with Bryan and RVD against the Shield after facing Del Rio?ReplyDelete
It's too bad Bobby is in bad shape. It'd be awesome to hear him in a courtroom yelling how this isn't fair to Flair.ReplyDelete
Fair point. But I disagree that he should be jailed because he won't pay his ex-wife. What point does that serve? This should be considered civil. It's not like he robbed her.ReplyDelete
Might as well have debtor prisons.
That was a hanging curveballReplyDelete
You can jail someone for skipping out of a restaurant without paying the bill.ReplyDelete
This is the same thing to me. There's no civil case about this...this is the money that the courts have ordered him to pay!
And his wife has given him several months to get his shit in order before resorting to a court order.
That's being more than fair to Flair.
Yes, you can be jailed for stealing food. Your point?ReplyDelete
Basically you are arguing that Flair should be jailed because he has a court order to pay his spouse money and he won't because he's irresponsible.
You are in effect in favor of debtors prisons. There's really no point in arguing with you anymore.
The judge needs to be Fair to Flair.ReplyDelete
My point? Flair is stealing money that isn't his.ReplyDelete
But there's no point in arguing with someone who advocates no-selling the judicial system.
Yeah, she mooched off a goddamn legend.ReplyDelete
A man of my word, I won't agrue anymore.
How about some common ground? Flair is a friggin idiot if he knew this was going to happen and did nothing to stop it. Agreed?
Still think marriage law is bullshit though.
Flair had lunch at a Caribbean joint 2 miles from my house yesterday (suburb of Atlanta). My friend who worked there was posting pics on her FB. Guess he came down here to hide out. To be the man you have to hide out from The Man.ReplyDelete
If by that you mean that Flair is getting what he deserves, I agree.ReplyDelete
Let us celebrate our new arrangement with the pouring of chocolate over milk.
Honestly, there should be a primer at wrestling schools titled"Your House Cost More Than His Shoes: How to Avoid Over-Spending in Wrestling"ReplyDelete
If I didn't know better, I'd say that he was deliberately tanking in order to get fired.ReplyDelete
I think my house costs more than most people's shoes.ReplyDelete
Not mine. It was an even trade.ReplyDelete
Festus back to being southern and mindless (this time in a different way) is perfect. And he has the size to work.ReplyDelete
Didn't Flair know something was going to happen if he didn't pay for eight months?ReplyDelete
I wonder if the "I don't give a fuck" attitude he showed on "Wife Swap" will come back to haunt him?ReplyDelete
1) I am stealing "you don't get what you deserve, you get what you negotiate." Flair is a grown-ass man and should have signed a prenup.ReplyDelete
2) It's not as though Flair's living a pauper's life either. He's not living like Mickey Rourke in the Wrestler (not that I'm advocating that he do that), perhaps he should try living within his means and paying off some of his debt.
What has he done to screw up the contracts?ReplyDelete
"you're hitting my cervix" just made guys a LOT more proud.ReplyDelete
Except you traded shoes and houses with Little Richard.ReplyDelete
Thanks man. I have a whole list of physical therapy exercises to push the disc back into place though so I've been able to manage it pretty well lately. Still about a month ago it kicked in for a day and I had to leave work early, take a couple Tramadol and just lie there for the next 6 hours. It's miserable.ReplyDelete
Maybe Flair can flip out in the courtroom, and drop a few elbows on his jacket. That should buy him a few months.ReplyDelete
He told me he was Johnny B Badd...ReplyDelete
Now i'm questioning the whole deal.
How did Vader not go broke? Those Marriott's are expensive.ReplyDelete
"Hence, why I'm not married."ReplyDelete
Well that and women finding you totally unappealing...
Wasn't Flair just on celebrity wife swap showing off his high spending life-style? Like $3000 a month on restaurants? The guy has a history of just not paying for things he decides he doesn't want to pay for. Maybe he can go back to TNA and get the boys to pool together his alimony? Then he can show his appreciation by getting an advance on his salary to buy them drinks.ReplyDelete
I think a better question is "Who keeps giving him a line of credit?"ReplyDelete
Thank you. At first I thought it said child support. I was like non-of my biz but I can understand the arrest warrant. But to go to fucking jail over spousal support...fuck that. And before the douchey white knights of the bOd get on their cheetos colored horses to tell me how wrong I am, I understand the concept of dividing all property earned during a marriage and paying for your kids. I even get that he "agreed" to spousal payment but 1. That's incredibly unfair to flair 2. You shouldn't go to jail for a debt 3. This affects no one on the BoD so stop acting like this matters so muchReplyDelete
Co signed 100%ReplyDelete
He doesn't seem to pay close attention to when they expire.ReplyDelete
Alright, so this is a little lengthy so I'll leave the CAPS out of this.ReplyDelete
Pretty much, my friend's boyfriend use to live in Charlotte and work as a server in a restaurant. One day, while I was hanging out with them, I made some comment that we were gonna party just like Ric Flair.
Mind you, this guy does not watch pro wrestling at all but as soon as I said Ric Flair's name, his eyes opened up. Immediately he tells me "Ric Flair? Isn't that some old fuck that never likes to pay his tab?"
I reply with, "Might be. He's one of the greatest wrestlers of all time WOOO."
My friend then started a massive rant about how much of an asshole Ric Flair is. Supposedly, Flair would call the restaurant on Sunday minutes before they were about to close. He could call and reserve a table at the bar with his friends. Flair and friends would show up at 11 P.M and wouldn't leave til 2 A.M. Even after his friends would leave, Flair would stay on the bar drinking. He would then complain to the server about his problems in life and would eventually tell him that he had no money and if the tab could go to the restaurant. Seeing that Flair is known around in Charlotte and has been going to that restaurant for years, the owners never denied him.
Even if my friend wouldn't serve, he and the whole staff still had to stay until Flair would leave. It's their policy I guess. My friend never forgave him. He said he looks tiny, depressing, and really really fucking old. This was like 2 years back.
It's like OJ getting away with murder but them getting him on armed robbery - as long as the guy gets his in the end, it's all the same.ReplyDelete
But nah, seriously, cheers for that.
Reality TV at its finest...ReplyDelete
Cervix is the neck of the uterus.ReplyDelete
Cervical deals with the neck.
You don't need him to work until Summerslam anyways. Have him mess with Cena and fake cashing in all the time.ReplyDelete
I'm not defending the law that awards her $48k a year, I'm just defending the position that if that's the law, it's the law, and the guy has a history of just not paying his bills so I take this as typical Ric Flair and not so much standing up to the unfair system. If he paid people who worked on his house or his bar tab with some consistence I'd feel bad for him having to deal with this, but the way I see it is the guy's been able to be an irresponsible asshole well into his 60's, if it's an alimony case that brings him down, so be it.ReplyDelete
So when the caps lock is off that means your shooting right?ReplyDelete
Again, I don't necessarily agree with how the law works, but that's the law. And he could afford to make his alimony payments, he'd just have to pass on a new rolex, suit, limo or $1000 meal from time to time. If he was legitimately broke and couldn't pay this it wouldn't be fair - but the alimony amount was set based on his income, he could easily afford to pay it, he just chooses not to because he has a history of not paying for things he doesn't want to pay for.ReplyDelete
You have to take into account the majority of divorces where alimony is awarded - and in most cases, it's to legitimately help one party make ends meet. We're not talking about $4000/month in most cases, it's a couple hundred that the receiving party legitimately needs. Jail time is a consequence to ensure this money is paid. I know it sounds ridiculous for people to be fighting over $4000 like they need it to survive when we know they only need it to maintain their lifestyle but there has to be laws in place across the board to ensure the people that do need it get it.ReplyDelete
If I married someone who proceeded to beat me, cheat on me and put me through emotional distress because that's just what they do, I'd happily take advantage of the law to take as much money as I could from them. Although to be fair it could have been his first wife that he beat and this one only got the emotional distress and cheating. Sometimes how you treat people comes back to bite you in the ass.ReplyDelete
SERIOUSLY, YOU CAN'T ASK A MAGICIAN HOW HE DOES HIS ILLUSIONSReplyDelete
Did you see the show? He gave his GF some money and she was all like "OH BUT THATS NOT ENOUGH!"ReplyDelete
Poor guy. Literally and figuratively speaking.
Perhaps Luke Gallows becomes a Paul Heyman guy? The tenor of Punk's promo on Monday makes it feel like Heyman really should have a proper stable of bad guys, and basically all he has is Axel full-time and Lesnar at PPVs.ReplyDelete
I'd be all for bringing Gallows back in as GTS-fodder.
Mix the tramadol with some Vodka. feels like you are lying on a cloud, (umm....so I've heard)ReplyDelete
Or Rob Van DammReplyDelete
How's Flair making money these days? Because if it's mostly from royalties and other checks that just keep popping up in the mail for being Ric Flair than his personal troubles wouldn't have gotten in the way of him earning money. I'm not defending the law, but when a guy like Ric Flair fails to pay for someone you have to assume it's because it's Ric Flair first.ReplyDelete
Says the guy married to a fat chick sporting SW tatoos...lol. don't need to justify my love life to you, I do just fine my friend hence why I don't want to get married.ReplyDelete
Actually, she beat him!ReplyDelete
There's also that whole "I'm straight edge!" vs "I'm high as a motherfucker" wrinkle to throw into a feud vs Punk to.ReplyDelete
I'm not defending Ric Flair and the mess his made out of his life, I'm defending Ric Flair and other mens right to not be exploited by a money grubbing gold digger.ReplyDelete
Well to be fair, at this point everyone beats him.ReplyDelete
A) It was a joke... no need to get all insecure.ReplyDelete
B ) She's not even remotely fat... but I see why, if you felt you were being attacked that you needed to attack back so I'll just ignore it.
You mean Van Dam as a Heyman guy? Eh, I don't think RVD as a heel would work— the dude is so over as a face right now, what's the point of ruining that?ReplyDelete
But a guy like Luke Gallows is exactly what Heyman needs for the Punk feud— an imposing guy with a connection to Punk, who can put on fun big guy vs babyface matches with Punk on Raw. He (along with Axel) would be the gang members that Punk has to go through on his way to the main guys (Lesnar and eventually Heyman himself).
Though right after Heyman turned on Punk at MITB, and RVD was climbing the ladder, I totally thought an RVD heel turn was where they were going. I think it's for the best though if they keep RVD face, and maybe pair him against Del Rio for the WHC.
A) I'm not the least insecure.ReplyDelete
B) You're "joke" didn't come off as such to me, so your assessment here is right.
C) This is a Ric Flair discussion, I had to call someone a fat chick.
The point is we would get to see Rod Van Damm vs CM PunkReplyDelete
I regret not adding "She'd have to fucking cook once in a while to get fat"ReplyDelete
Oh totally, would be awesome match, but I personally think WWE should maybe start being more careful in the face/heel dynamics of their feuds the next few months. Like, the guys who are getting mega-face reactions (Bryan, Punk, RVD, to a lesser extent Ziggler) really should stay away from feuding with one another. And since it's so difficult to get the crowd universally behind a face (see: Sheamus), when they do have one of those guys I think they should ride that for all it's worth. So yeah, just my opinion, but I think they'd be dumb as hell to turn either RVD, Punk, or Bryan, or to feud any of them against eachother right now. I'd way rather see them feud against true heels.ReplyDelete
Because that's what they do in dark matches.....ReplyDelete
he's why the american people cant have nice thingsReplyDelete
What if TNA struck a deal with NJPW to have head-to-head events and exchange talent? Even though Puro guys never really draw in the U.S., they also haven't been pushed before. It'd be pretty cool to see the Mafia destroy Aces and 8's but while celebrating, Tanahashi, Nakamura, Devitt, Okada, Goto, Makabe all attack Sting, Rampage, Angle, Joe, Magnus. Man I'd pay great money to see that.ReplyDelete
I would be against it because Gallows/Doc is terrible. Awful promos to go with bland, local high school gym wrestling.ReplyDelete
Really? I haven't seen much in-ring stuff from him during the TNA run (or at least, nothing I can even remember) but I recall liking his stuff fine as Festus & Gallows. I thought he moved fast/smooth for a big guy. Promo-wise it wouldn't matter, since it would just be Heyman trash-talking while Gallows stands there looking all mean.ReplyDelete
As the sort of "Bossman in the corporation" role, I just figure he'd make good cannon fodder for Punk on Raw, and then maybe more if the matches end up being pretty good. But yeah, just a thought.
Then what should happen to you for a debt? Pay your debts and you won't have to go to jail. Otherwise, the lender is just out of luck?ReplyDelete
Randy Orton has hurt his Cervix, he may no longer be ale to bare childrenReplyDelete
Dude we got rid of debtors prisons a long time ago because they are both illogical and unconscionable. You can have your credit wrecked, interest penalties, assists seized, wages garnished etc but you can't lose your freedom. Could you seriously imagine what would happen if we imprisoned anyone who couldn't pay their bills? Should a kid who loses his job and can't pay his student loan bill go to rikers island? Should a business owner who goes under and files for bankruptcy serve a bid? Should someone who has a medical emergency with out health insurance do hard time? We decided as a civilized society the answer is no but some of these southern states are pushing the envelope. I don't read a Charles Dickens book and think "those were the good old days" so I find this story to be outrageous.ReplyDelete
I never really cared about him one way or the other in WWE (except wishing it was either Punk or Mercury doing the heavy lifting rather than him in the SES), but his TNA matches were incredibly dull, even when he worked guys like Angle.ReplyDelete
Like how Jason kidds ex wifes lawyer got all his assits seized...sorry guys I suck at proofreading and its hard to edit on my phoneReplyDelete
I think they're kayfabbing with this reason and TNA wanted some of these guys gone. Wrestlers would speak up on contracts when they were near expiring to negotiate.ReplyDelete
That works, but I just read that Big Show's returning on Monday. The first thing I thought, given their past connection, was Heyman Guy/Punk-fodder. And I'd be fine with that. A clean win over Big Show's a great way to show that Punk has a chance against Brock.ReplyDelete
Do that enough times, and you probably WILL be lying on a cloud, playing a harp,ReplyDelete
I wonder if the new, lean TNA would go back to having jobbers? Keep about 20 wrestlers on the roster and use local talent for the get over matches. The old-timey promotions stayed afloat keeping it cheap.ReplyDelete
NBA and NFL players could benefit from that seminar too.ReplyDelete
I always thought that was a good idea. It would also end the whole "Why are they jobbing [X]?" when they could have wrestlers just for the task of losing.ReplyDelete
Yeah, RVD can introduce him to pain killers when one of those errant kicks knocks his teeth out.ReplyDelete
I thought it meant he was on his meds.ReplyDelete
Tramadol is good stuff, gets rid of the pain but doesn't get you all stupid. Though I only take the minimum dose on rare occasions (no need to get addicted to that shit...), if I were to eat 5 of them I'm sure it would be a different story.ReplyDelete
...Jeff Hardy's inner voice? Is that you?ReplyDelete
e-Negro? Am I racist because I find that funny?ReplyDelete
Dam, with one "m".ReplyDelete
all the money theyre saving needs to be spent on the manReplyDelete
You don't know that BECAUSE THEY'RE NEVER SHOWN.ReplyDelete
It could be that they sit around discussing the polar ice caps.
Oh I'd be down with that. makes a ton of sense.ReplyDelete
Yeah I don't tempt it either, but it's the best painkiller I know of, at least for this type of pain. Might make you a little tired but with that kind of incessant burning sting you don't get that much sleep anyway.ReplyDelete
I only take them when I'm working and my knee/back is giving me trouble or I burn myself. That's why I like them, if I took a Loratab or Percocet I'd be all wasted and fuck shit up.ReplyDelete
I also don't take them too often just so I don't build a tolerance, that way they still work.
Friend's boyfriend? Friend's with a female to get over a Flair story? Not happening.ReplyDelete
If he did it more than once, why would the restaurant allow it?
Admitting that your gimmick keeps you from posting anything of value is the first step on the road to recovery. Congratulations!ReplyDelete
Oxy time bro!ReplyDelete
I've been saying the same thing for years.. people don't now how it was in the days before the Constitution and labor laws. We talk about slavery, but not about indentured servitude and debtor's prisons. I don't even agree with people going to jail for not paying taxes. Penalize them financially, but once they go to prison, how are they really ever going to pay that money back when they have to rebuild their life from scratch?ReplyDelete
She got to ride Space Mountain for 3 years, but he ended up paying for it.ReplyDelete
I don't get it.. Why would he be used as beer to naked kids?ReplyDelete
....I've been to shows though, and read live reports. They should really do a dvd of those though.ReplyDelete
They tried talent exchanging with Njpw. Hell, Tanahashi was on impact a few years back. I don't think anyone really cared.ReplyDelete
I know, but it was just Tanahashi and Okada that came over and they weren't stars necessarily when they came here. Now that they are huge stars, TNA could air some NJPW video showing how big they are in Japan perhaps even comparing Tanahashi to Cena or Hogan.ReplyDelete
OR with Mutoh's WRESTLE-1 promotion. Hogan vs Mutoh as the two heads of each company going head to head. Man am I dreaming!
The Hogan vs Mutoh idea would rock.ReplyDelete
Ah, the pipe dream.