I only wish I had been the guy then that I am now and I could've done a better job with it. At the time I was sort of embarrassed, like if SaveUs222 had turned out to be ... me (hint: it will). Now, though, I am better, at it, and am of course a very important individual who was on many episodes of Joe Vs The World -- JOE VS THE WORLD.
I was too consternated with WWE booking troubles at the time anyway; "SEADAWG" was a more reassuring voice.
It was all worth it, though, for the aping of Eric, one of biggest idiots and worst comprehenders of pro wrestling ever, on a relative scale of people who wrote about wrestling on the internet.
http://www.thecubsfan.com/updates/002998.shtml http://www.joeversustheworld.com/ Five months to the day after my first appearance on the Joe vs. the World podcast, Joe had me back for another near-hour of whatever the hell we happened to talk about.