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EddieBurkett Boudin blanc Since: 3.1.02 From: GA in person, NJ in heart Since last post: 8 hours Last activity: 1 hour # 1 Posted on 14.8.02 1837.07 We've all grown accustomed to reading those pointless obscure wrestling references, but does ANYONE really care what was found in a $1 bin??? Its either crap that belongs there, or its a good buy that you should be proud of. Why do you have to send that info to the Torch, and why do they have to put it up? I want to get up and do something. I just... can't. Promote this thread!
SmooveK Goetta Since: 27.6.02 From: Fukushima, Japan Since last post: 4608 days Last activity: 4296 days # 2 Posted on 14.8.02 1911.28 Well, they want lots of original content, even if it is bargain bin quality. I think I'll report that I WENT to the Rancho Cucamonga Big Lots and did NOT find the ECW tape. That's an update! I smell green! By the way, is that useless crap printed in the actual newsletter? -K See the newly minimalisticated SmooveK.com today. Smoove Komics, pictures, and submit your loyalty to SmooveLand. It's everything you've ever wanted in a website, exactly! Newest additions to site: July 31 2002 in Smoove Komic
Madame Manga Boudin rouge Since: 16.1.02 From: Silicon Valley Since last post: 214 days Last activity: 14 days # 3 Posted on 14.8.02 2005.30
I found a useless crap wrestling reference in an "Oprah" magazine I was reading yesterday in a waiting room--I thought the item was about the Torch's speed, but I refrained from sending it in. ;-) Paraphrased: "Having a small penis causes the owner to buy overpriced sports cars and pay close attention to the World Wrestling Federation." This is why I usually don't read women's magazines. Or watch Oprah, for that matter. ;-) MM
A spotfest is just as valid as a brawl, power match, scientific match, or any other type of wrestling match. Like with all things, there's good ones and bad ones.
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