That's right, the WARRIOR was actually on C-Span. For those curious, there WILL be a replay at 7:45 est/pst. I still can't believe they actually listed him as "Warrior". In the immortal words of Hank Hill, "I don't know whether to laugh or vomit."
"Destrucity is a concept that came to me as I was developing Warrior as a comic book project. Each comic book project has their own universe, so to speak. A self-contained Universe where the story unfolds and the comic book characters do their business of existing."
I was flipping threw my TV and I came across it and was shocked. I only saw the final like 10-15 minutes. He had his long hair and in a suit, and he talked just like his Warrior character from back in the day, so I hope that kills all the "their were more than 1 Warrior" crap. What was really funny was the on screen graphic that had his name just said "Warrior" and underneth it said "Former World Wrestling Federation Champion". And it was funny, even though Iam a die hard wrestling fan, it just had me thinking, "Why would I watch C-Span to listen to a former pro wrestler?" He also paused at some weird times, and just looked around, I guess he wanted to keep checking too make sure everyone was still listening.
Overall, I don't remember what he was talking about or why he was there or where he was (although I know it was in Virginia) so I guess I learned nothing.
Homer: I want to set the record straight: I thought the cop was a prostitute.
Warrior's speech was pretty good; insightful. His speech was at some sort of Young Conservatives convention and he spoke about the principles upon which the United States was founded and talked about the general apathy most Americans possess in regard to governmental affairs.
I watched the first replay of Warrior on C-Span. The combination of his speech and Raw's predictability made me miss out on Raw's first hour.
Thank God I saw Kane tombstone Linda though.
"I am a real American, Fight for the rights of every man, I am a real American, fight for what's right, fight for your life!"
I'm wondering what the regular viewers of C-Span (STOP LAUGHING! C-Span DOES have regular viewers!) must have thought when they saw some goof with shoulder-length hair with chyron that says "Warrior" speaking multi-syllabic gibberish?
What really scares me is that Warrior is actually getting involved in serious politics! I mean, could you imagine this guy running for president? He'd show liberals the power of his destrucity...or something. The campaign speeches would be filled with butchered English! (There's an easy Bush joke in there, but I don't seem to be in the mood to tackle it right now)
Originally posted by JakegnosisThat is too fucking cool.
The world is a better (and less boring) place with the Warrior in it.
I don't know about better, but it's definitely less boring, that's for sure.
Note to Mike Sweetser: Your sig, by the way, is CLASSIC!
Originally posted by XPacArmyC-Span is reairing Warrior right now. So if you want to see it, check it out.
Thanks for the heads up. I just now caught the tail end, something about leaving the world a better place for your children blah blah blah. Not a word under 6 syllables.
Now if we could just get a CRZ recap of that! Or at the very least some rhetorical question by Dave Scherer.
"Greg be working", said the Arab mockingly, as he wiggled his toes above the plumbers...crack. Greg was well aware that his wife was having an affair with this foreign man. But, Greg kept working, as per his probation.
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Originally posted by NagNow if we could just get a CRZ recap of that! Or at the very least some rhetorical question by Dave Scherer.
I know CRZ loves us very much, but there's no way he'd take up this task. I think transcribing his 1998 WCW promos was punishment enough. Transcribing Warrior drivel is what Recappers' Hell must be like.
Scherer, on the other hand, I can picture posting a bunch of rhetorical questions.
Originally posted by It's FalseWhat really scares me is that Warrior is actually getting involved in serious politics! I mean, could you imagine this guy running for president? He'd show liberals the power of his destrucity...or something.
If the recall election happens, keep this man far away from California until the smoke clears.
"I'm a little dyslexic... earlier, I freed my ass, and I'm hoping that my mind will follow." -- Moon Zappa
Oh, come on. Like there wouldn't be tremendous interest in Bush-Warrior debates...
Moderator: There has been tremendous concern about the defense strategy of our country. As President, what steps would you take to reassure the American people? Warrior: Warriors, unite. It is clear that there is much more at stake right now than that of the physically explosive elements. The universal phenomenona as we know it can not co-exist in this construed ``perfect'' environment. Aaaaaarrrrrrr (snort)! Moderator: President Bush, your rebuttal? Bush: I.... uh.... disagree.
The REAL Trish Stratus interview? A Scott Keith fan club? Plus the latest in hair care products in the newest Inside The Ropes!
Sean O'Haire, the moral relativist! I like the segments, too, and the catchphrase works. Nathan Jones' stuff has been exceptional, as well. Maybe they are ripping off Magnolia, it wouldn't surprise me.