I HATE YOU ANGRY JOHNNY
I hope Great misfortune for you (May your TV and VCR break in such a way that all they play, 24/7 is Tony Schivone calling a Konann vs Fit Finley match)
Actually I don't hate you, but you complained about not getting any hate mail, so I figured this was the next best thing.
1) Loved the Bossman comments, but
A) I always assumed he had some job in the office, hence he keeps showing up, yet appears to have still been overeating well since his last appearance.
B) BILLY GUN! At least Bossman's stink is off the air for periods. Billy has been wrestling constantly (Barring time off for injuries) for years.
2) Bizzaro Wrestling. HHH is following the Austin and (previously) the Rock Style. Set yourself up as a heel, and then allow the fans to cheer you, but still act like a heel. Austin was a heel (I'm talking about back in the Ring master days) and then fans just came around, while he didn't go for the big face turn.
The Rock was with the Nation, and he was hated, and then slowly Fans started to love him.
Hunter ( I can refer to him by this close personal name because he'll never read this) was cheered for returning. The marks seem to have forgotten he left as a heel.
3)Jericho rules, DDP would be good, and Ain't it Syxx, not Styxx. Styxx was a Rock Band, while Syxx was Sean Waltman's name in WCW (And a character on Blossom)
Just so you know, at least one person read your pissing's
"Money's the Same whether you earn it or scam it" Bobby "The Brain" Heenan "Will you stop!" Gorilla Monsoon after just about everything Heenean says. "Welcome to Monday NYQUIL, where the Big boys Play with each other": Steve Austin, in ECW imitating his former boss Eric Bischoff.
The cow says: I have a friend whose e fed character's name is Styxx, my mind must have slipped. Sorry. And the 6 year old inside me wants the blacks and whites and not the shades of grey Sports Entertainment gives us these days.
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