(I guess could've done lucha or UAPW (I got all 8 seconds in, in three days!) but I HATE YOU ALL.)
Oh, right - I said "there's just GOTTA be a way to HTML-ize the super cool LINES and I'm just the person to figure it out."
And well, I came up with THIS and it's, well, a start? Fonts are wrong, spacing turns out wrong because of it, and there's probably some typos in there AND tables aren't too friendly too work AND did I tell you I didn't bother to test it in different screens/browsers at all?
Despite all the funky FrontPage markup, it is half the size of the PDF - but that doesn't include the WWF graphic; make that two thirds the size of the PDF, so I guess it's not a total failure.
Source of boredom elimination, eh? Thanks for the compliment, but I doubt that would fit me. Has everyone become anti-PDF these days? Seriously, it's interesting enough to see how the lines are being transformed. Good work by thecubsfan. I have absolutely no idea what Guru Zim is talking about; which makes it all the more intriguing. It is actually quite interesting to see that people actually read the Lines, however many or few that may be.
"Oooh, aaah, eeee, yaaaaahhhhhhh! Rrrrrr, oooooo, yarrrgh! You son of a....oohhhhh, eeeeeeee!" Homer Simpson
Steven Emanuel's pick of the best PPV promos can be viewed on this very site. They are:
Wrestlemania 5-7: PPV Promo
Wrestlemania 15: Ragin' Climax Rock/Austin Match Promo
Wrestlemania 14: DX Raided Austin/Micheals Match Promo
Over the Edge 1998: