For all your CZW and Nickels Trivia information. I am now the Sex Division Trivia Champion, and on September 10 I face someone who actually works part time in the WWE! Will I be starstruck, or will I hold him down worse than the WWE holds down Val Venis? STAY TUNED!
"Look guys, it's 'Lake Man!' Hope you can fit into our NARROW office, Mr. Big Lake" --MST3K The Collection V. 7
For those who might remember, it was a a short lived tv show that was based on the Monkees. It used to come on every Saturday after Hammerman.
Shame on me...
Once upon a time, a woman was picking up firewood. She came upon a poisonous snake frozen in the snow. She took the snake home and nursed it back to health. One day the snake bit her on the cheek. As she lay dying, she asked the snake, "Why have you done this to me?" And the snake answered, "Look, bitch, you knew I was a snake."
Originally posted by OMEGAWCW Slam Jam: The Wrestling Album
Wasn't that WWF Slam Jam? I remember the song, "slam jaaam, its a slam jam, whooohohoohoeoh".
WCW put out Slam Jam back in 1992 or so. The only reason I have it is because it has Rick Rude's WCW theme which is beyond awesome. The rest of the CD, though, is total crap, and I keep it in a place that people won't see it.
WWF put out the SummerSlam Jam song on the WrestleMania: The Album that came out around 1993. I used to have that too, but it has since broken.
The answer to WWE's financial problems...
Never 'Wiener of the Day', and is actually quite bitter about it.
If you ask me, it's the Fatima Mansions "Lost in the Former West". But most people would just write that off as another forgetable mid 90s college rock CD by a long forgotten band they'd never heard of. They'd just assume it was comparable to Dambuilders, Poster Children, Tullycraft, Echobelly and Miles Dethmuffin.
We do not own CD's that induce shame, we have CD's so amazingly awful that they must be trotted out and shown to everyone we know. Ask anyone who has been picked up from the airport in a vehicle blasting "Hulk Rules" with the windows down.
I almost always like the book better. I have all the Stephen King's (if you live in Maine, you must own them all - State Law and all), and all the novels are better than their screen adaptations. The short stories carry over well, though.