“Charisma” by WASP. Boos from the crowd.
T. Gordon: “Entering at number 20, from Stuart, Florida… Representing LoC… DERECHO!”
Derecho came running out and slid into the ring, quickly rallying up some troops to break up Mark Kingston’s attempt at a double underhook powerbomb and usher him toward the ropes. Ian Bishop, Ataxia, and Matt Meyhu all joined in, trying to shove Kingston over the top rope. On the other side of the ring, J.B. Ronie, Eugene Dewey, Stacy Jones, and MJ Bell had conglomerated around Mushigihara.
EGL: “Unfortunately, much like how many licks it takes to get to the Tootsie Roll center of Tootsie Pop, the world may never know if Kingston can lift Mushi for a double underhook powerbomb! But now two groups have formed to try to get both of the big men out!”
Each group struggled to throw its target over the top rope. This went on for a couple of minutes.
“King of the World” by Porcelain and the Tramps played in the Jungle.
It’s a realistic slapstick type of exchange that highlights both the nature of the game and puts over SJH as a serious athlete with a whimsical side. On one hand, it’s all over the place with the character not committing to whatever role it is that he plays. On the other… that’s what Shawn Hart does. Aces.RIVIÈRE: ”Hah! Sorry there, big guy. I went to the Derecho school of public speaking.”
SJH: ”It shows, nnndaddio. Heh, y'know... I still don't really know whether it's actually pronounced Derrick-o or Duh-RAITCH-o.”
RIVIÈRE: ”I think it's Derecho.”
Veiled references to “This is all just a game we play on the internets” doesn’t sit well with me.Sure I could get on the internet and play Indy wrestling bully and type up and post bad reviews on some of the retards in BATTLEMANIA but what does that prove? It wouldn’t boost my ego like it does some of them. They even reply with capital, bold or colorful not so witty retorts.
Interesting stream – of – consciousness approach. I enjoyed it very much and would have possibly pushed it up one except for one comment:
Sure I could get on the internet and play Indy wrestling bully and type up and post bad reviews on some of the retards in BATTLEMANIA but what does that prove? It wouldn’t boost my ego like it does some of them. They even reply with capital, bold or colorful not so witty retorts.
Veiled references to “This is all just a game we play on the internets” doesn’t sit well with me.
One question why did you use my name and not my characters name?
Also, that statement was due to the Mark Kingston on the computer part of his rp.
it's been all but confirmed that the talk all started about it from UTA and trickled down from there and