Okay a little late but this grading is mostly on her writing skills. Some Stephanie Storylines,
HHH Divorce, Dog crap, Lucy the Dog, Skin Cream, A good car split in half, Body Parts segments, fake pregnancy (Thank God), A 60 old fart as World champ. A biker as World Champ
That is just what came in top of my head. Many people feel that Stephanie is not educated. Well Stephanie is very smart believe it or not when it comes to learning, its listening to other people Stephanie can not understand. Stephanie believes as head writer whatever she writes and comes up with is entertainment. I believe Stephanie means well but must listen to others for the industry to have success. Giving Stephane a bad grade would be kind of harsh since she is trying somewhat with her face on TV and her voice which has gotten much better. So I'm giving Stephanie a C- for her midterm. Its passing barely.
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Killjoy's right we spend so much time arguing with each other that Stephanie wouldn't understand us if she was listening. That said I'd love to see the book handed to BobHollyStillRules, SwordsmenYen and TheBucksFan.
I was reading this post at about the same time that RAW cut to the audience and I saw this typical WWE fan with a wifebeater T-shirt, buzzcut, and a bottle of Bud Light in each hand saying "Wooooooo!" to the ring.
I was thinking that maybe this dude had an Internet connection, and maybe he knew how to type in "CRZ" into www.google.com, and maybe -he- was expecting Stephanie to listen to him, too, because he was one of "us". Then I got very worried, because if Steph listens to him, Trish is topless next week, and Bradshaw gets another push.
Today, I was thinking "What kind of place is Greensboro that they sell beer at an arena IN BOTTLES?".
Bruce Wayne: "We've met." Selina Kyle: "Have we?" Bruce: "Sorry, I mistook me for someone else." - Batman Returns
I would maybe agree with the assertion that his style doesn't fit in the WWF, but... He put on the best WWF match of the year in 2001. May 31st, against Austin, on Smackdown. Several other really good matches, too.