Monday, January 20, 2014

WWE's Most Misused Wrestlers


WWE has a long history of misusing talented wrestlers.  The most recent wrestler to almost fall into this category is Daniel Bryan in the opinion of the IWC. Putting Daniel with The Wyatt Family was seen as a demotion for a man who has spent the majority of the past 6 months on top of the card.  So when Daniel joined the dark side, the IWC raised it's arms in a rage they couldn't believe that DB was going to be used to raise the Wyatt stock.  As we saw on Monday, McMahon and company decided to end the story line as quickly as it began and the pop that DB got when he started his attack on Bray was on a Steve Austin like level. Seriously.  Imagine if this story line ran for more than the two weeks we saw. Would the pop be even bigger? We will never know.  One thing that is for certain is that DB is as hot or even hotter than he has ever been.

With the angle running its course it got me to thinking about wrestler's who really did get the short end of the stick. The wrestlers that never got the big break that they deserved, even if they had the charisma and wrestling ability they never got a real chance to take the spotlight and shine.  So a couple a days ago, via Facebook Chat, I contacted my Co-Writers and asked who their most misused WWE wrestler was/is.

Friday, January 17, 2014

We on the Itunes now and can't be stopped.... Like Robocop !


                                 

Hey you guys have you subscribed to our official Itunes podcast/channel or whatever it is? But yes.... The podcast of 4-6 people from this site and friends yelling at each other over questions that they made up about topics they kinda know about. We are taking charge. I the vast pool of podcasts we are up there and the crowds just loves us.So see what the interwebs is raving about...Insert cool gif. We watched The Phantom Menace recently and one thing I learned is to over load the space with a lot of shit.
 
  Here is the best thing or things  about it, Not only do we stop off at #plugcity frequently, We now have cool intros , We cuss up and down left and right.... ummm... umm oh yeah it's free. How great is that? I tell you It's really cool.  Come on whats an hour an episode amongst friends. Here is something cool. If you go to the FaceBook page and leave a question we will throw it into the jumble and probably most likely 100% answer it in the next show.
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Wednesday, January 15, 2014

The top 10 things that make me cry like a bitch.

Hello everyone, I hope every has had a great beginning to 2014. If you haven't, just know that we are the site to look at to cheer you up. A recent conversation between the writers had me thinking of things that make me cry, so I figured I'd share a nice list with you all. I hope you all enjoy, this list that is in no particular order. There may be some spoilers, but only for stuff that has been out for longer than a year. #sorrynotsorry


  • Charlie dying in Lost. 
God this scene makes me cry every time I watch it. Being one of my favorite characters on the show, and the whole lead up to it seriously hit me hard. He wasn't the big hero of the show, and knew he was on the island for a reason. He realized what he had to do and did it. Not to mention he also took his last few breaths to warn the survivors that the boat they were hoping for, was not going to come. God this scene gets me every time. Especially when Aaron cries once Charlie dies.
  • Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Will and his father scene.
I have such a wonderful relationship with my father, so any scene like this gives me goosebumps. It just makes me realize how lucky I am to be able to wake up in the morning and go to work every day with my dad. Laugh and make fun of things together, I'd be lost without him, so this just reminds me that it is possible to have it worse than I do.
  • Adam Sandler dying in Click.
This kind of falls into the same category as the one above this one, as it is a father and son moment that came out of nowhere. Coming out of the hospital even though he is practically on his deathbed, just to talk to his son was heartwarming. It wasn't the greatest acting, to be honest, but it got me thinking of my dad once again. This scene also measures up to the part of the movie where Sandler screams at himself for not talking to Mr.Winkler before he passes away. What can I say, I'm a sucker for father-son moments in movies.
  • Dom dying in Gears of War 3.
FUCK THIS SCENE MAN! THIS WAS SUPPOSED TO BE A BRO GAME DUDE! WHO THE FUCK MAKES PEOPLE CRY IN A GAME WHERE EVERYONE SCREAMS "YO BRO, GNARLY HEAD SHOT BRAH!". God this was so uncalled for, especially since Gears 1-3 I always played as Dom, since I only played Co-Op campaign. We had a connection. We had a bond.
  • Soldiers surprising family members back home.
Who ever thought it was a good idea to start posting these...I hate you. I can't just watch one, I get sucked into the YouTube time machine. I watch one, and that leads me to watching 50. It is such a painful rush of joyous emotions, I can help but hold back the tears. I'm just glad my cousin who served in the navy had the decency to give me a heads up when he was on leave, so I didn't cry like a bitch in front of my family. These are two of my favorites.

  • USA chants at events.
Not much to say other than watch these.

  • Series finale of FRIENDS.
Growing up, I didn't have many friends. I was bullied and picked on, but I found a lot of solace in this show. I watched all 10 season in the course of a month, and broke down when it ended. This series taught me a lot about friendships, relationships, and family. I will always hold a special place in my heart for this show.

  • It's not your fault.
For obvious reasons. And would you look at that beard?!

Speaking of beards

  • The Bryback Shaving.
WHAT THE FUCK!



And last but not least, This horrible video.
  • Quad Aces losing to Royal Flush.
After losing all my money in AC this past weekend, this brings back horrible memories of some pretty bad beats I had. This is just sad in so many different ways.


That is it for me tonight folks, I hope you all cry just as much I have rewatching all of these. If you feel I missed something, be sure to let me know on twitter! @Dequats.

Enjoy! 

Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Underrated Heroes #1: Iron Fist

In early November, Marvel announced a partnership with Netflix to produce four live action series starring Daredevil, Luke Cage, Jessica Jones, and Iron Fist. The individual series are then set to culminate into a Defenders series.


This is pretty big news for a group of heroes that most would consider small-time. It's also the perfect opportunity to launch the new self-titled Underrated Heroes Series, in which we take heroes that most would consider low-card, and tell you why they should be in your top ten. The first hero in the series is none other than the powerhouse of the Defenders line-up: IRON FIST.