Or I am I just too stupid to find it again? I'm new here. I don't know if many threads get deleted. Anyways, I had another idea, which would never be used even at a house show, but I want to know what you think.
***The Random Match Generator*** GM is fed up with wrestlers causing trouble (like Y2J and the CLB, for example). Bischoff or Vince is gone, leaving face GM in command. For one night, all matches will be booked at random. Random opponent, random type of match. Exceptions made for divas who draw really big men as opponents.
Shannon "All that and" Moore makes a nervous speech before facing the Undertaker. "Please, no roses at my funeral. Go for something less cliche, like orchids or tulips. And I would like to be buried in my silver bellbottoms. That's about all there is to say. Um, goodbye." This is followed by a squash with big throws but little brutality.
The APA rigs the RMG so that TWGTT is in a handicap match against the Bashams and Shaniqua, thus proving that Shelton Benjamin is not Shaniqua. Honestly.
Rey gets to take on Cena, for a nice contrast of styles. Ultimo Dragon gets Tajiri, because this is my fantasy and I'm a martial artist myself so I think that would rule.
(edited by gargs on 23.9.03 1623) Hi. We're the Cleveland Browns (clevelandbrowns.com). We Suck. We always suck. We will continue to suck for years to come. But hey, we have these groovy new orange pants now.
Well, at least as far as the Mothership goes, "lame and pointless" gets lumped under the spam heading. Mostly because they're WAY too post count-obsessed there. -_- Anyway, yeah, they considered it pointless (I'm guessing), so baibai thread.
Originally posted by drjayphdWell, at least as far as the Mothership goes, "lame and pointless" gets lumped under the spam heading. Mostly because they're WAY too post count-obsessed there. -_- Anyway, yeah, they considered it pointless (I'm guessing), so baibai thread.
I don't see it as anything to do with post count obsession. From the beginning of this place CRZ has made clear his loathing of fantasy booking, and has often pointed out there are a billion other places on the web that cater to that sort of posting. So threads centered solely on fantasy booking have always been frowned upon and/or sent off into oblivion.
1. Don't Feed the trolls. 2. No fanatasy booking. 3. Don't talk about TV while the show is still on. 4. Let almost dead threads die a natural death. 5. Don't post blind urls or articles without saying something about it.
6. No back and forth conversations between 2 or 3 people in a thread. When a public becomes a forum of an isolated debate I remember the hammer coming down on that..
7. List threads are frowned upon. But the anvil might not get dropped on it if... A) There hasn't been a list thread in a while and B) The thread has some bases of discussion in it to go along with the list.
Is there any more? I think I remember something about ( 8 ) not copy & paste entire long articles onto a thread. That it's better just give a description and give the link.
I like most, if not all the rules here. The no discussion on during the shows is good because I'm not near my computer during the show and my favorite part is to come here after the show and read peoples views on it. And having everyone's views in one post is always much simpler then skimming through 3 pages of 5 word sentence posts.
Fantasy booking is iffy, I think Short-term fantasy booking is fine. If your expecting something to happen in the next few weeks or how you'd book a certain match and angle in the up coming show or 2 that's pretty relevant. I think the problem comes when you're booking 6 months worth of angles and shows. That could be hard to follow... As for list threads, I kinda like them but I can see how they get annoying. I always called them the cotton-candy of the messageboards. It's easy to participate in them, at times it's interesting and fun. But you're not going to get too much out of it and if you have too much you can get a toothache LoL
I guess the only advice I have is not to break up your paragraphs so much. I know it makes for easier reading on the web, but an average of 5-6 lines a paragragh is still short enough to read easily, and is a ton less choppy.