This was a column about the recent Republican debates, actually, but this paragraph caught my eye:
'...[Romney] then got red in the face, had a heated exchange and violated the Texas governor's space by grabbing his shoulder. It was exactly like professional wrestling, except for the part about the middle-aged guys in suits.'
First thought: Ha ha, Gail Collins obviously hasn't watched much professional wrestling lately.
Second thought: When DID wrestling turn into middle-aged guys in suits? These days I only look up from my crocheting when I hear the bell ring.
Third: I'd pay to see Perry vs. Romney in a hair match... but fantasy booking belongs in the politics forum.
(I'm thinking of this as a wrestling topic rather than a political one. I could be mistaken.)
How about both? I mean, there's like 3 active, viable contenders right now. Tajiri, Rey, Knoble. Not much of a "division." Besides, I never said I wanted Scotty to win the CW title. He'd be filler, that's all.