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  1. WWE must be desperate to extend it. AEW, Impact and ROH would all love to have him. Maybe he's holding out for a better deal? I felt the same about Joe, though to a lesser extent. And they let him go too.
  2. It's open air, in a big park. The site is an old ehrm... drafbaan? The Stones played there in 98, but not a lot of big concerts. Recently they've tried to change it purpose more towards an all-round concert site.
  3. I thought April fools jokes were supposed to at least be a little bit believable.
  4. I was just messing around. But honestly though, the only thing we know they tried to play is hardschool. I seriously doubt they'd improve on that. If they put something out and 75% are stuff we've heard (even just as instrumentals) I'd probably just want to hear the originals and dislike that they took the lazy way out. CD already had material re-written and re-interpreted and I think that didn't help any of it at all.
  5. Ohhhh, wait, I get it. You're right! *Ahem* He's right Team Brazil! We don't have The Village Sessions. We would never download such a vile and illegal thing! Come to think of it, what are The Village Sessions"? Because I for one have never heard of them!
  6. Axl sounding like 87-93 again This is initially tempting, but if they'd still play with the same disinterest it'd also be pointless. And even then I've seen this cashgrab before, so would I really go see it again while I could see other artists doing new things? On top of that there's still nothing new, no decent communication and Team Leech. So no. Pass. New album This also seems initially tempting, but what would that album be? If it's just re-recordings of 1998-2004 material I don't think I'd be that interested. That's just some re-interpreted
  7. He's a right cunt in the sense that I appreciate. Seen the guy live 3 times now and he's always stellar. Even when he's being a moody asshole.
  8. Knowing TB, at it's earliest one year late. Also, done.
  9. My guess on what it'll include: - UYI 1 and 2 - Tokyo 92 DVD's (UYI 1 and 2 DVD's) - A few demo's - TSI - tons of fake recreated crap memorabilia So yeah, woldn't want to get my hopes up for that one.
  10. You must be pretty happy right now.
  11. I've heard some stuff, but I'm not exactly sure how and why. But purely as a wrestling fan the way he's been involved since his WWE in-ring retirement (2008) makes me sad. I really loved Flair in the 90's as a kid. And since then seeing some of his classic 80's stuff has been great too.
  12. The extent to which Ric has become a complete caricature of himself makes me sad. Should've stayed away from wrestling ever since HBK put him down, but he just absolutely can't.
  13. I'm trying to look at this in a general perspective, not just from an American perspective. The American prison system seems to be something where conditions are bad and where people who have been in there often come out worse than how they came in. Which also solves very little.
  14. I'm not going to argue with "in prison". If you don't execute them that's a given. The problem is under what quality of living (how much luxury, do these often deranged or mentally limited people receive certain treatments?), under which conditions (is rehabilitation an option? are there possibility of parole or even release) and how much government/tax money should this be allowed to cost. These are difficult things imo. And of course these things are wildly different per country. But I've heard examples of a goverment spending more anually on the living conditions of a prisoner than that of
  15. I've never felt mankind in general has the right nor the wisdom to decide over life or death. At the same time there are certainly cases to be made, like ssiscool did earlier. From mass murderers to rapists to war criminals. I doubt, if they'd caught him at the time, many would have felt Josef Mengele should be allowed to live after the horrible crimes he commited. And if some pervert would put a hand on my daughter, my reaction would most likely be to kill him with my bare hands. But still... from a remote and objective perspective I'd say man shouldn't be able to decide over life or de
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