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Thursday, February 23, 2017

3072 - Something To Put You Down A Bit...

When you really think about it, the worst part about anything is pretty much everything.
Nothing of note would be found to have any merit.
Nothing worthwhile will have anything resembling worth.
It's just an ideal and an idea we fool ourselves into believe.
Nothing gained from this venture or the last.
Nothing lost in those instances but time.
I've had enough of this mess. I'm done with it all.
Maybe when all is said and done, I'll keep the eggs fresh.
Blow it out the other end and keep it blowing.
I'll be seeing you later and not much better.
The rules of the road are clear as day.
But nobody I've met is dumber than you.
So take heed, my gentle fiend, and remember this well.
You suck the life out of anything worthwhile
And I hope you burn in Hell...

There's a bit of demotivational dogma for you.

New review's coming up tomorrow.

3071 - Montreal Blowjob... Er, I Mean, Screwjob

Apparently, somebody is making a porn parody out of that Montreal Screwjob. This according to one of the stars of said parody who calls herself, Romi Rain.

Shit like this just can't be made up...

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Monday, February 20, 2017

3068 - WWF Over The Edge 1998


So, for no reason whatsoever... and because I've had this write-up on my hard drive just sitting there, I'll be musing on an old WWF Pay-Per-View event from 1998, when the Attitude Era was in full swing. Here's a fun fact: this was the first full WWF PPC that I ever saw back in the day and was probably the show that sold me on getting the PPVs on a regular basis. It was a fun ride and that's all I've got for an intro.

Sad digression note before the break: there are two WWF PPVs that bares the Over The Edge moniker; today's subject matter that took place in 98 and the following year's PPV. The second OTE PPV is the one where Owen Hart lost his life in that accident. Before anyone asks, I will NOT be talking about that show anytime soon for the simple reason that I don't have the show. So... I thought I'd get that out of the way.

Anyway, digression over. Let's get on with some musings of an ancient show.


Sunday, February 19, 2017

3067 - Quick Blog Update

Changing things up ever so slight this week in terms of what you're getting, but the barebones nature should be the same. Things should resume "normal" operations next week.

Monday: Wrestling Musings text post

Tuesday: Batman: Revenge Of The Joker (Genesis) video review for Youtube

Wednesday: Dailymotion Video

Thursday: Text Post

Friday: Destination Earthstar (NES) video review of Youtube

Saturday: Mystery Post?

Sunday: DTM-Cast audio project episode 69

Friday, February 17, 2017

3065 - Sonic Blast, sonic blast, sonic... oh wait.

3064 - Flash Fiction #09: Bump

An addendum to some hero's origin story... or at least, a further twist of the knife.

John was just coming out of the bathroom when he immediately bumped into someone running into him. The force of the impact threw John towards the nearby wall while the other man crumpled over to the ground. He slowly approached the guy and helped him up. The other guy said thanks and John gave him a light salute as he ran away in a hurry.

Seconds later, a security officer ran by and asked John if he saw a guy in a brown jacket. John said he bumped into him and pointed in the direction he ran. The guard stared holes in John, questioning him on why he didn't stop the man. John wondered what the big deal was, only to learn that the man he bumped into stole a good chunk of cash from the promoter down the hall.

John swore to the guard that he didn't know the circumstances and that if he had known, he would've stopped the man. That got him off the hook with the guard, but John's heart weighed heavy that night when news broke that the man not only stole money, but murdered an elderly man at his home some time later.


John went to bed with hellish nightmares, regretful of his inactions that day.