Re: Tombstones and tumbleweeds

Tim Byars (
Fri, 28 May 1999 09:39:23 -0700

At 12:11 PM -0400 5/28/99, did the job with this:

> In a message dated 5/27/99 11:51:51 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
> writes:
> << what kind of idiot would be on a
> sport where everyone knows it's fixed?
> rst >>
> The same kind who watches it? (Tim excluded, of course. He's WAY past
> watching.) Watching pro wrestling is like watching a play; it scripted, the
> outcome is known (by the fight organizers), and the players are equal parts
> character acters/athletes. Actually, the matches are like little morality
> plays, or like mini myths-in-the-making, pitting titan against mortal, mortal
> against god, god against titan.

Yes you are exactly correct. There is a need in Mankind (not the
wrestler) for this type of entertainment. Look back the the Greek
culture with their plays. Oh I'm sorry, I forgot no mention of culture
on FoRK. Excuse me.

So what about Motorola shifting all those people away from Teledesic?



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

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