Everybody down here has been talking about He Hate Me all season long. We love him. Actually, a couple years ago, me and a friend of mine made He Hate Me to fill out one of our wrestling stables in No Mercy. We gave him the Big Bossman's music, which has a three-note BUM BUM BUM line in it where we'd sing "He Hate Me!"
So everytime he came on the field this season, my friend and I would sing, "Da-da-dum-da-dum, He Hate Me!" It got me several wierd looks at the sports bar.
We also decided that when he wasn't on the field, Rod Smart should be a sideline reporter with a special "He Hate Me" cam. He could then keep us updated on who exactly hates him, and why.
"I'm going to go now and demand beer money from my representative. We simply must deal with the problem of my sobriety." - PalpatineW
I think it was Kenny Mayne who took He Hate Me to the local grocery store for a He Hate Me Thanksgiving (or Xmas - I can't remember which) - he was turkey bowling in the aisles and generally busting people up with some bizarre lines - it was hilarious
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A friend of mine was telling me about a radio story he heard about He Hate Me ... It talked about how he has 5 kids with 5 different women ... the guy doing the news piece then made the statement of how He Hate Me wasn't very "Rod Smart" ...
Living in the Hoosier State, Sun King Brewery is located in the middle of Indianapolis. They are still considered a local, micro brewery and Indiana's backwards state alcohol laws limits the amount of beer Sun King can produce within a year.