Well I bet the Brothers Zim wouldn't censor Marty. They should sign him away to wienerville where he can share his offbeat shennanigans with us all, elaborate on the 24 conspiracies with a Rocker twist, view our unending arguements about Keith and Russo, and engage in a money feud with Panda Mask.
If he wanted to post here, he would have the same access that any other person on the internet has (until they prove that they don't deserve it. Actually, we haven't even gotten rid of all of the people that don't deserve to be here.)
I don't know about "open arms" though. We don't really welcome anyone with open arms.
It's an open board. He can post if he wants to. I highly doubt anyone is going to beg him to come here though, or give him the royal treatment if he shows up. If he does show up, this is CRZ's world - and he can choose to censor / ban whoever - and I'm not sure how long the style clash would work out to be honest with you.
Most likely, he will never come here. And that's ok too. We don't exactly go out of our way to advertise this board or the slashwrestling site. If people show up - it's cool. If they never find it, oh well.
I only speak for myself of course. But- I think CRZ has made it pretty clear how he stands. I'll let his words speak for him.
KoKo B. Ware kicking someone down a flight of stairs. If THAT doesn't make you laugh, you've got no sense of humour.
Ahahaha!! Koko B. Ware just WON BACK MY RESPECT! He's the man!
Holden: Judging by the buzz, that movie's gonna make some serious bank. Jay: What buzz? Holden: The internet buzz. Jay: What the f*ck is the internet? [Holden (Ben Affleck) & Jay (Jason Mewes) in Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back]
The Rumble 1992 is, IMHO, in discussion as one of the best PPV's of all time, let alone Rumble. The commentary is the best you will hear. Monsoon even subtly references the history Flair has with folks ("Barbarian doesn't like Flair")