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Old 04-07-2009, 10:34 PM   #1
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You should be thinking less of this show... Dog and his boys do their own stunts.
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Old 04-07-2009, 10:39 PM   #2
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I just watched the show for the 1st time tonight (TRU TV).....LMAO, I thought "Championship Wrestling" was a hoax This show is so "staged" it borders on being corn-ball. A guy whos car was being repo'd, and he had a seizure. Ambulance was called, after they arrived....EMTs never checked his vitals, just loosely strapped him to a gurney & loaded him in the back. I rate the show right up there with Dog the Bounty Hunter

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yeah, i stumbled upon an episode and found it to be too ridiculous to watch. It's worse than the jerry springer show.
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Old 04-08-2009, 05:25 PM   #3
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oh come on there is nothing better than jerry springer did you see the one where the mothers brothers daughter slept with the other mother of the brothers uncles sister who ran the trailer park? now thats daytime tv i tell ya
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Old 04-08-2009, 06:10 PM   #4
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Well, Dog is a real bounty hunter. I would bet that any woman with a chest was that big would have trouble finding shirts that fit, but she does dress rather trashy.

And by Stunts, I mean the show in general. And on the religion front, Its fine to pray and cuss. The bible is not the sum of the books that were written, those books were edited, then put into the bible. King James, the guy who put together the "Modern" bible, was a ***tard. So much stuff cut out cause he didnt like it.
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Old 04-09-2009, 11:35 AM   #5
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Also need a smilie for ........BORING......... Build buses, read a book, Talk with the family. Don't waste your time on that crap. It's an hour you'll never get back. Get off the couch an live life, don't get it from "Reality TV" WE BUILD BUSES - WE'RE BETTER THAN THAT!
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Old 04-09-2009, 01:00 PM   #6
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Well said Papabear!

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Old 04-09-2009, 05:08 PM   #7
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About ten years ago or so, some guy found a jar with a bunch of scrolls and books in it. Some of them were books that are in the bible, and none of them had the changes. The scholars figure that it was the people who were copying the books that hid them away after King James gave orders to have parts removed, then the originals destroyed.

Also, about 6 months ago I watched a program on discovery channel where they were talking about finding parts of the bible and other religious texts on thin sheets of leather that was used as paper. From what was said, the leather was written on, used for however long, then sanded and written on again. They found that the ink that was used soaked in rather well and even after sanding was still present in the leather and readable.



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Old 04-10-2009, 08:11 AM   #8
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only about 25% of what I see on TV. Wrestling is obviously faked... and from what I have been seeing, so are most of the sports on tv.
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well im with papabear-why watch tv when you can listen to zappa and do whatever you want,but dont eat the yellow snow
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When I first got married, my teenage stepson was a wrestling fan, so as a Christmas present we went to the arena when the 'pros' were in town. One of the play-by-play announcers never looked up from his script at the ring. His "Oooo - that's gotta hurt" remarks were obviously well-timed. At least Vince M. memorized his play-by-play and watched the action. They taped 3 weeks of shows that night. One of the comments on a subsequent week's show (just before the Superbowl) was "I think I saw that move in the playoffs yesterday." Except I watched him read it onto the tape 2 weeks before the playoffs. No wonder he didn't name who had been playing.

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