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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue_Beetle View Post
    Anyone see the E:60 on Scott Hall? That's some heavy shit.
    Was going to donwnload laterish.
    Edit: K, only 40 seconds in, and the funniest bit is, Hall is talking about 50k seat venues and stuff, and then they show an indie show and it says "480 attendence" and all i think is
    "Jesus....480 is a really big house for an indie show."
    And, hate to crap on the guy, but he just said "I'm considered one of the best."
    Best....what? Best talkers? Well, no, you aren't.Best wokers? No, you were fine, but you aren't considered one of the best. Best drawing? Again, no, you didn't have a particularly long time at the top actually. So...
    And hey, Stephanie says they have spent "in the 6 figures, more than anyone else" on rehab for him. So, that answers a question i had a few days ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue_Beetle View Post
    Anyone see the E:60 on Scott Hall? That's some heavy shit.
    Yeah... that was a biggie of a segment.

    The worst part was that I heard about most of the more harsher aspects of Hall's past beforehand, but sometimes actually hearing it and seeing what it did to him brings true perspective about how bad it really was.

    The murder he committed would weigh on anyone's conscious badly, unless you got use to killing people (very few people do). He, thankfully, never did get use to killing, but he never got over that incident. The Post-Traumatic Stress it caused did a number on him (much like what happened to Sean Waltman), but in the past, psychological issues were largely overlooked.

    Sucks for the man, but who knows if life ever truly looks up for him again.
    You just have to be cool about it...


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    I just re-watched Vader vs Sting's match at the "King of Cable" tournament. It reminded me how awesome the rivalry between the two was.
    Have beer, will drink!

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    Alrighty, who's your Mount Rushmore? Four favorite guys of all time?

    Stone Cold Steve Austin
    American Dream Dusty Rhodes
    Nature Boy Ric Flair
    Mr. Perfect Curt Hennig

    Compete with that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue_Beetle View Post
    Alrighty, who's your Mount Rushmore? Four favorite guys of all time?

    Stone Cold Steve Austin
    American Dream Dusty Rhodes
    Nature Boy Ric Flair
    Mr. Perfect Curt Hennig

    Compete with that!
    Well, if it's our favorite we can't really compete, if it was best then we probably could.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex View Post
    Well, if it's our favorite we can't really compete, if it was best then we probably could.
    That's the joke! Obviously favorites.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue_Beetle View Post
    That's the joke! Obviously favorites.
    If a put a Rushmore next to yours with just HHH and Hogan, it would bury your entire mountain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex View Post
    If a put a Rushmore next to yours with just HHH and Hogan, it would bury your entire mountain.
    I don't know about that. You don't think Austin competes with Hogan?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue_Beetle View Post
    I don't know about that. You don't think Austin competes with Hogan?
    Austin didn't help destroy an entire company(2 companies) because of his ego.

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    Oooooooooooooooooh. Wait you meant Hogan and HHH are a bad Mount Rushmore? I'm confused

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue_Beetle View Post
    Oooooooooooooooooh. Wait you meant Hogan and HHH are a bad Mount Rushmore? I'm confused
    Yes, i ment bury in the wrestling terminology way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingEli View Post
    Piper is the best!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue_Beetle View Post
    Alrighty, who's your Mount Rushmore? Four favorite guys of all time?

    Stone Cold Steve Austin
    American Dream Dusty Rhodes
    Nature Boy Ric Flair
    Mr. Perfect Curt Hennig

    Compete with that!
    Hmmm.....

    Ric Flair
    Randy Savage
    Bret Hart
    Kurt Angle

    with Benoit and HHH as very close runners-up
    Progress isn't made by early risers. It's made by lazy men trying to find easier ways to do something. - Robert Heinlen

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