Re: Tombstones and tumbleweeds

Tim Byars (
Thu, 27 May 1999 12:18:59 -0700

On 5/27/99 at 2:57 PM -0400, John M. Klassa got the crowd on it's feet
with this:

> I'm not saying that there's no pain, nor am I saying that it's easy.
> Neither is true. However, to claim that the two people (or more, I
> suppose) who are in the ring are actually wrestling each other with
> the intent to win is ludicrous. People who are really fighting don't
> stand still while being swung at. People who are really fighting don't
> help their opponent hoist them into the air, so as to be thrown. Yeah,
> people get hurt, bad that's not my point...
> I've said enough. I'd hate to make JoeBar quit reading the archives,
> too. :-)

People get hurt, but it's fake. That is what you're saying.

The fact that you cannot see the difference between something like
Olympic wrestling, and Pro Wrestling which is classified as sports
entertainment is rather amazing to me.

Hey, did you notice all the bullets Arnold took in Terminator? How come
he didn't die? I can't figure that one out.



"If at first you don't succeed, come back and we'll beat you again." - Degeneration X

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