Originally posted by Tribal ProphetNice to see that the other kid's dad hopes that this will teach Reid a lesson.
It's just too bad he doesn't care at all about teaching a lesson to his *own* friggin' son in the first place.
Welcome to the new generation of parenting.
My dad is on the school board at my (former) High School, and its amazing how many parents would rather argue with the Board over their kid getting suspended from sports for drinking or having pot, rather than actually discipline their kid.
Sorry for the tangent- it's a pet peeve of mine. Back on topic- I've read that Reid has a pretty good chance at becoming a decent wrestler- well, better than his brother anyway.
(edited by geemoney on 3.5.05 2208) College, Sports and More!: Experience It
I know two wrongs don't make a right, but why would the father be STUPID enough to have himself quoted on record saying that his son is a hothead and it was unsportsmanlike to do the "shuffle" yet the family files charges against Reid?
Depending on what happened, maybe Reid needs to get tougher about having a famous dad... maybe not -- but unfortunately, it looks like he should have tackled the idiot father here.
One would think it's versus either Hogan or Goldberg. My hunch is Goldberg, as his contract expires right after WM, IIRC. Hogan wouldn't be so happy doing the job if it's a one-time match from Austin (how twisted is that?