Coming up on 14 years, 3 kids, lots of laughs, and a wonderful friend that I married.
My advice to anyone on their wedding day (if you go for the whole "big wedding" thing) - Take time to stop, look around, and take it all in. It's a huge day, and I find that I don't remember enough of my own wedding day because I was too busy "being the groom".
I've been on this board for about three or four months, so I don't really know about Kim and Chris. Anyone care to fill in the details? How they met? The entire thing would be great. Guru?
Professional wrestling is the only sport where participants are just thrown right into the audience, and no one in the crowd thinks anything unusual is happening. If you're watching a golf tournament and Jack Nicklaus goes flying over your head--first of all, I would say you're watching a very competitive sport. -- Jerry Seinfeld
"I figure that if we can manage to survive through a cross-country drive, marriage can't help but be a snap." - CRZ, the Last RAW Recap "A-HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!" - me
If he was WALKING!(TM) all that way, he might be a little more accurate.
The first thing I must say to CRZ is...thank you. You put so much time and effort into making something we enjoy even more enjoyable. I always got the most out of your recaps after I had already seen the show. They also gave me something entertaining to read on boring afternoons at work.
More importantly, I want to send my best wishes for the future. You are about to embark on an adventure that I can only dream about. The choice between transcribing an hour's worth of HHH segents and spending more time with the love of your life could not have been an easy one to make. You must be with an extraordinary woman, and I envy you for that.
Lastly, I am relieved that the timing of my joining your forum and your departure are merely coincidence. I finally obeyed your dictatorial mandate to stop being shy and gave up my longtime guest wiener/lord of the chickens status to join your community. At least Wienerville will remain for at least a while. I still hope to someday come up with something intelligent and meaningful to write (that hasn't been written dozens of times already) without embarrassing myself and/or offending others.
Sorry for the long post. I figured that something as Wienerville-shattering as this would allow for it.
Always remember that you are each others' best friend. Even when you disagree, you should be civil about it. Kids, money, things: after they are gone, all you have is each other. Cherish what you have together and congratulations from a fan.
If the foolish man built his house on the sand, why is beach-front property so expensive?!
Originally posted by Parts UnknownEddie, I think I'll take this opportunity to thank you for the great audio interview of CRZ earlier this year. That will be one for the ages.
In a few months, you should call him again and do one final hurrah audio interview for posterity.
1. You are welcome but the guest made the interview work.
2. Well, I wouldn't say no. But, CRZ mentioned in the recap about audio commentary as an idea he's kicked around. If that happens, another interview would be kind of overkill. Plus, I would still have to be employed
George Washington gave his signature The Government gave its hand They said for now and ever more that this was Indian Land
"As long as the moon shall rise" "As long as the rivers flow" "As long as the sun will shine" "As long as the grass shall grow"
As my way too beautiful for me fiancee sleeps a few feet away(a week from Saturday and she becomes Mrs. kazhayashi81 :)), I'd like to wish you two crazy kids all the luck in the world. Nothing beats going to sleep with your arms wrapped around the girl you love.
Utilizing the belief system and work ethic (Mattributes) of THE Matt Hardy to create a better life for yourself by fulfilling your goals and dreams. Mattitude is a quality that can help anyone -- regardless of background or past -- to achieve success. You just have to make it a lifestyle, a mindset, a religion. Mattitude, is something that can not be taught or learned. Mattitude is something that burns within. In the ring, Mattitude is the intangible, the x-factor, that gives me an advantage over everyone else.
Originally posted by kazhayashi81As my way too beautiful for me fiancee sleeps a few feet away(a week from Saturday and she becomes Mrs. kazhayashi81 :)), I'd like to wish you two crazy kids all the luck in the world. Nothing beats going to sleep with your arms wrapped around the girl you love.
Unless its TWO girls you love! WINK WINK NUDGE NUDGE!
WIENER OF THE DAY! July 6, 2002!
I have as much authority as the Pope, I just don't have as many people who believe it. --George Carlin
I just want to chime in and say that I thought that Hayek's performance in Frida was very overrated. She couldn't maintain the limp the whole film, and the rest of her acting was pretty by the books (not bad but not stellar).