Warrior's Latest Online Kooky Commentary

Warrior's Latest Online Kooky Commentary

Post by The Hebrew Hamme » Sat, 11 Feb 2006 09:54:15


Hello warriors. Warrior here. No, not 'Warrior Warrior' as some people are
ridiculously remarking. Computer files and the such need two names...

It's been a long time. To the disappointment of many, I must tell you that
this has, naturally, turned out to be typical for me. I say 'naturally'
because over time I have just had to come the realization that I don't
really enjoy either computers or the internet.  I just do not have the
affection, or ***ion as it more appropriately might be called, others
have. I've tried several times to engage and enjoy the internet more
frequently, but the more I do the less of a fan I am of it altogether;
realizing very little about it is even positive or fulfilling to one's life.
While it makes for simple communication convenience and speed, it also dumbs
down intelligence and writing skills, enervates genuine life fulfillment,
and makes for anxiety, nuisance, and overall body sluggishness, both mental
and physical. Contrarian that I have always been, I just don't buy it that
the internet has done anything superbly positive for the quality of our
lives. I know, what a way for me to begin a post communicating with you all
via the internet telling you the internet is destructive to the quality of
your lives. Hey, what I can do, telling the truth is my gimmick. Yet,
really, if I had my way about it, I'd rather none of you were even here
reading this, but out doing truly more positive things with your lives. Of
course, be that as it is, I know you are hungry for my thoughts and that my
thoughts are better mental nutrition for you than even the best Grade A Beef
shot through and through with the most potent hormones the FDA allows. So,
considering this undeniable reality, how could I live with myself if I left
you starving, sustaining yourself only on the paltry, vacuous,
unintelligible crumbs posted by the parasites and reprobates saturating the
internet? And they all say I have a compassionless black heart...

Let's begin with this: I'm still very much alive. Let this Warrior Writer
post stands as an testimonial to the fact that I am a pro-wrestler --  
albeit, former -- losing in my quest to find a budget hotel room on a
sombering starlit night that coincides with an overwhelming celestial desire
to OD. I'm trying to find the mindset, the attitude, the bravery, the
'constructive' style of life, if you will, to make this a reality. I really
am. But I just don't think I am -- again, constructively -- cut out for it.
Besides, this being Winter and me living around about one of those posh
Southwest ski resort towns, it's hard to find a room, let alone a cheap one.
I mean, it was a sad story in these parts especially, with it being peak
season around here, to hear about a local fellow a while back having to go
to another non-vacation town to get the job done. The locales are really
ticked off, I'm telling you. Small town like ours needs all the positive --  
again, constructive -- press it can get. I knew it was only a matter of time
though before something like this was going to happen. First, the
granola-crunching, Birkenstocks-on-my-toe-cheese-cradling-feet,
liberal-loonie city council raises the minimum wage to be the country's
highest! and everybody screams "The damn natives can't afford to even live
here!"  Then when that infamous local died, some brash, suave and
locally-famous Shaman had the audacity to shout, "To hell with the 'living
here' part -- they can't afford to die here either!" Makes it all even
sadder.

In the interim, while I am waiting to bring things to an, so to speak,
'ultimate' end (beautiful, huh?), I am even trying to 'constructively'
effect my life in other ways. I've been trying to find a road rage incident
to get into, even painting my face up and driving up and down the highways
daring others to challenge me -- unfortunately, everybody just smiles and
waves. I've got my kids all strung out and hyper on American History and
real patriotism, exercise and self-discipline, and reading and learning --  
but instead of frowning or moaning about all the efforts I have them make,
they just give me more hugs and kisses and say, "Daddy, let's do more!" I've
asked my wife, very bluntly, if I could sleep with some of the younger girls
at the gym who can't keep their eyes off me, telling her it's an acceptable,
'in' thing that other 'constructive' ***s are doing -- she just rolls her
eyes and laughs and tells me how silly I am and asks if I've noticed that
one of the steak knives is missing. I don't know. Usually I am pretty good
at figuring things out. But this 'constructive' life thing has me
dumbfounded. Maybe I am just not making the right kind of 'lucky choices' to
bring it to fruition. Anyway, might be Spring before the opportunity and
stars align for me to experiment effectively with ***ing my life, i.e.,
choose to do the stupid, *** 'no-no' things to end it prematurely. You
know, after the vacation crowd clears out. But don't hold your breath
(especially if you are one of the boys, you might die). Something about
those 5 consecutive 7 minute mountain miles I ran the other day and that 20
rep set with 405 on full squats and all the other training every-single-day
and all the damn healthy eating and happy, drug-free, decisive, m***
living -- well, the truth is, I'm just not built for death at this time. So,
you may be waiting more than, let's say, a few dozen more Springs and by
that time all of you unhealthy folks who are pissed off at me for
confidently telling it like it is won't be alive to share in the joy. You
know, another thing to consider for all of you who are vicious critics of
mine. As bad as you'd like for me to kick it, think about the fact that when
I do die my legendary status will become even greater. No disrespect to the
Honkytonk Man, but if  I was to die anytime too soon, Ultimate Warrior would
be the Elvis of Sports Entertainment. It'd be GOD-like. Museums and
everything. You know it and so do I. It's got to be a real dilemma for you
guys who incessantly revile me and want to see me pancake out. Either say
your prayers and pray that I live a long life and hope that the mystique and
grandeur of myself wears off in the next 40-50 years -- or stick your little
needles into your secretly coveted Ultimate Warrior wrestling buddies
voodoo-ing hexes on me to kick the bucket. Well, you're all big boys, so
I'll just leave it up to you what to do....

Ah, you know, it's just great to be above ground, on top of the dirt not
underneath it, standing tall, un-boxed, another breath, another beautiful
day to behold, you know what I mean? Yes, now, where was I before my serious
side sarcastic humor got the best of me...

Since my last posts, around about the time of WWE's DVD "Self-Destruction of
the Ultimate Warrior" release, thousands of you have written and offered
your support, your intelligent, incisive points-of-view, even your
heart-tugging childhood memories of what Ultimate Warrior meant to you. In
nearly every post I have ever written, I always begin with saying thanks to
all of you who take the time to communicate to me. To me it's just good
manners. And, I really do appreciate that you spend the time and make the
effort to just write and say hello among other things. I don't have the time
to respond to you all and, therein, as I've said many times before, lies a
great deal of frustration for me, because all of you deserve to be
personally thanked, but the clock running my life just does not allow it.
This time especially though, I can't emphasize the thanks enough. Your well
thought out comments about the DVD's blatant, derogatory intent and stories
about Ultimate Warrior's place in your lives cut right through the DVD's
sickening fabricated facade.

Upon the advice of my counsel, I sat and watched the DVD. Set aside the
Ultimate Warrior spoofs, the directed and rehearsed,
unsupportable-by-any-facts criticism, and the boundless, deranged envy -- at
its core the DVD is nothing but a defamatory, malicious *** on my
personal character as a human being. I can take a joke just as well as
anyone, even one on me --even a really, really sarcastic one. But this DVD
is no joke. This is against the law. Despise me as much as you want, there
are laws against these kinds of acts. The content of the DVD certainly
doesn't square with my actual personality profile (better witnessed over
many, many years by MORE talent and personnel weirdly nowhere to be found on
the DVD), with any genuine fan's actual memory, the actual 'in the ring' or
'behind the scenes' events that took place during my career***, or the truly
'constructive,' long-term money-making factor or enduring popularity of the
persona. More importantly, the verifiable 'constructive' quality of my life
today DOES NOT square with a beyond-the-business, 'on-going'
self-destructive life course that the DVD and its actors heavily insinuate.
It's obvious someone with power and money and a maniacal control-complex is
pursuing a very bitter vendetta and trying to injure the positive,
productive quality of my post-sports entertainment life by destroying my
personal character; by, foremostly, showing a reckless disregard for the
truth in a malicious attempt to rewrite history to suit vindictive needs.
This IS slander, or libel -- the attorneys can squabble over what term to
use. In the 'alternative-reality' world of pro-wrestling, talent may have
limited rights or no rights at all -- oddly, even the marks and industry
pundits know and accept the truth of this. In the real World, as a citizen
of this country, I have rights and there are laws that protect those
rights -- oddly though, because I AM that citizen, none of the very same
marks and industry pundits can step out of their pubescent fantasy worlds
long enough to know and accept this noble, distinguished truth. A ...

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Post by Poot Rootbee » Sat, 11 Feb 2006 12:28:28

GET TO THE POINT

-Poot
hopes Warrior sues Sega for putting his
"intellectual property" in Streets of Rage

 
 
 

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Post by Sexecutioner716 » Sat, 11 Feb 2006 14:39:38

Quote:
>>In the interim, while I am waiting to bring things to an, so to speak,

'ultimate' end (beautiful, huh?), I am even trying to 'constructively'
effect my life in other ways. I've been trying to find a road rage
incident
to get into, even painting my face up and driving up and down the
highways
daring others to challenge me -- unfortunately, everybody just smiles
and
waves<<

This is the best thing ever.

Sexecutioner7169 -
Foking my destrucity

 
 
 

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Post by Butter » Sun, 12 Feb 2006 02:05:45



Quote:
> Hello warriors. Warrior here. No, not 'Warrior Warrior' as some people are
> ridiculously remarking. Computer files and the such need two names...

Zuh?

Quote:
>Of course, be that as it is, I know you are hungry for my thoughts and that
>my thoughts are better mental nutrition for you than even the best Grade A
>Beef shot through and through with the most potent hormones the FDA allows.

~!

Quote:
> Let's begin with this: I'm still very much alive. Let this Warrior Writer
> post stands as an testimonial to the fact that I am a pro-wrestler --  
> albeit, former -- losing in my quest to find a budget hotel room on a
> sombering starlit night that coincides with an overwhelming celestial
> desire to OD.

~! ~!

Quote:
> Besides, this being Winter and me living around about one of those posh
> Southwest ski resort towns, it's hard to find a room, let alone a cheap
> one.

Tru dat!

Quote:
>First, the  granola-crunching, Birkenstocks-on-my-toe-cheese-cradling-feet,
>liberal-loonie

~!

Quote:
>I've been trying to find a road rage incident to get into, even painting my
>face up and driving up and down the highways daring others to challenge
>me -- unfortunately, everybody just smiles and waves.

This is the best thing I've ever read! How can you *not* mark for Warrior?

Quote:
>I've asked my wife, very bluntly, if I could sleep with some of the younger
>girls at the gym who can't keep their eyes off me, telling her it's an
>acceptable, 'in' thing that other 'constructive' ***s are doing -- she
>just rolls her eyes and laughs and tells me how silly I am and asks if I've
>noticed that one of the steak knives is missing.

Please god, let the Warrior's get a reality tv show!

Quote:
>Something about those 5 consecutive 7 minute mountain miles I ran the other
>day and that 20 rep set with 405 on full squats

He in better shape than 85% of RSPW.

Quote:
> Either say your prayers and pray that I live a long life and hope that the
> mystique and grandeur of myself wears off in the next 40-50 years -- or
> stick your little needles into your secretly coveted Ultimate Warrior
> wrestling buddies

ROR!!!

Okay, I've marked too hard for one day...

 
 
 

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Post by the Bed » Sun, 12 Feb 2006 07:06:51


Quote:



> | > Hello warriors. Warrior here. No, not 'Warrior Warrior' as some people
are
> | > ridiculously remarking. Computer files and the such need two names...
> |
> | Zuh?

> I was wondering if anyone would eventually correct all the mark
> boards.  Looks like it had to be Jimbo himself.

> It started when some mark board had "newz" that said something along
> the lines of "WWE then sued Warrior.Warrior is his legal name now".

> The next mark board re-wrote their "scoop" as "Warrior Warrior is
> his legal name".

> A ton of other cut & paste "news" sites then repeated that he had
> changed his name to "Warrior Warrior" (despite it being well-known
> that he had his name legally changed to simply "Warrior" many many
> years ago).

his son could be Warrior W. Warrior II.
 
 
 

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Post by David E. Powel » Sun, 12 Feb 2006 07:15:34

Whoa.. this is a poster's post... Warrior is a survivor....

DEP

Quote:

> Hello warriors. Warrior here. No, not 'Warrior Warrior' as some people are
> ridiculously remarking. Computer files and the such need two names...

> It's been a long time. To the disappointment of many, I must tell you that
> this has, naturally, turned out to be typical for me. I say 'naturally'
> because over time I have just had to come the realization that I don't
> really enjoy either computers or the internet.  I just do not have the
> affection, or ***ion as it more appropriately might be called, others
> have. I've tried several times to engage and enjoy the internet more
> frequently, but the more I do the less of a fan I am of it altogether;
> realizing very little about it is even positive or fulfilling to one's life.
> While it makes for simple communication convenience and speed, it also dumbs
> down intelligence and writing skills, enervates genuine life fulfillment,
> and makes for anxiety, nuisance, and overall body sluggishness, both mental
> and physical. Contrarian that I have always been, I just don't buy it that
> the internet has done anything superbly positive for the quality of our
> lives. I know, what a way for me to begin a post communicating with you all
> via the internet telling you the internet is destructive to the quality of
> your lives. Hey, what I can do, telling the truth is my gimmick. Yet,
> really, if I had my way about it, I'd rather none of you were even here
> reading this, but out doing truly more positive things with your lives. Of
> course, be that as it is, I know you are hungry for my thoughts and that my
> thoughts are better mental nutrition for you than even the best Grade A Beef
> shot through and through with the most potent hormones the FDA allows. So,
> considering this undeniable reality, how could I live with myself if I left
> you starving, sustaining yourself only on the paltry, vacuous,
> unintelligible crumbs posted by the parasites and reprobates saturating the
> internet? And they all say I have a compassionless black heart...

> Let's begin with this: I'm still very much alive. Let this Warrior Writer
> post stands as an testimonial to the fact that I am a pro-wrestler --
> albeit, former -- losing in my quest to find a budget hotel room on a
> sombering starlit night that coincides with an overwhelming celestial desire
> to OD. I'm trying to find the mindset, the attitude, the bravery, the
> 'constructive' style of life, if you will, to make this a reality. I really
> am. But I just don't think I am -- again, constructively -- cut out for it.
> Besides, this being Winter and me living around about one of those posh
> Southwest ski resort towns, it's hard to find a room, let alone a cheap one.
> I mean, it was a sad story in these parts especially, with it being peak
> season around here, to hear about a local fellow a while back having to go
> to another non-vacation town to get the job done. The locales are really
> ticked off, I'm telling you. Small town like ours needs all the positive --
> again, constructive -- press it can get. I knew it was only a matter of time
> though before something like this was going to happen. First, the
> granola-crunching, Birkenstocks-on-my-toe-cheese-cradling-feet,
> liberal-loonie city council raises the minimum wage to be the country's
> highest! and everybody screams "The damn natives can't afford to even live
> here!"  Then when that infamous local died, some brash, suave and
> locally-famous Shaman had the audacity to shout, "To hell with the 'living
> here' part -- they can't afford to die here either!" Makes it all even
> sadder.

> In the interim, while I am waiting to bring things to an, so to speak,
> 'ultimate' end (beautiful, huh?), I am even trying to 'constructively'
> effect my life in other ways. I've been trying to find a road rage incident
> to get into, even painting my face up and driving up and down the highways
> daring others to challenge me -- unfortunately, everybody just smiles and
> waves. I've got my kids all strung out and hyper on American History and
> real patriotism, exercise and self-discipline, and reading and learning --
> but instead of frowning or moaning about all the efforts I have them make,
> they just give me more hugs and kisses and say, "Daddy, let's do more!" I've
> asked my wife, very bluntly, if I could sleep with some of the younger girls
> at the gym who can't keep their eyes off me, telling her it's an acceptable,
> 'in' thing that other 'constructive' ***s are doing -- she just rolls her
> eyes and laughs and tells me how silly I am and asks if I've noticed that
> one of the steak knives is missing. I don't know. Usually I am pretty good
> at figuring things out. But this 'constructive' life thing has me
> dumbfounded. Maybe I am just not making the right kind of 'lucky choices' to
> bring it to fruition. Anyway, might be Spring before the opportunity and
> stars align for me to experiment effectively with ***ing my life, i.e.,
> choose to do the stupid, *** 'no-no' things to end it prematurely. You
> know, after the vacation crowd clears out. But don't hold your breath
> (especially if you are one of the boys, you might die). Something about
> those 5 consecutive 7 minute mountain miles I ran the other day and that 20
> rep set with 405 on full squats and all the other training every-single-day
> and all the damn healthy eating and happy, drug-free, decisive, m***
> living -- well, the truth is, I'm just not built for death at this time. So,
> you may be waiting more than, let's say, a few dozen more Springs and by
> that time all of you unhealthy folks who are pissed off at me for
> confidently telling it like it is won't be alive to share in the joy. You
> know, another thing to consider for all of you who are vicious critics of
> mine. As bad as you'd like for me to kick it, think about the fact that when
> I do die my legendary status will become even greater. No disrespect to the
> Honkytonk Man, but if  I was to die anytime too soon, Ultimate Warrior would
> be the Elvis of Sports Entertainment. It'd be GOD-like. Museums and
> everything. You know it and so do I. It's got to be a real dilemma for you
> guys who incessantly revile me and want to see me pancake out. Either say
> your prayers and pray that I live a long life and hope that the mystique and
> grandeur of myself wears off in the next 40-50 years -- or stick your little
> needles into your secretly coveted Ultimate Warrior wrestling buddies
> voodoo-ing hexes on me to kick the bucket. Well, you're all big boys, so
> I'll just leave it up to you what to do....

> Ah, you know, it's just great to be above ground, on top of the dirt not
> underneath it, standing tall, un-boxed, another breath, another beautiful
> day to behold, you know what I mean? Yes, now, where was I before my serious
> side sarcastic humor got the best of me...

> Since my last posts, around about the time of WWE's DVD "Self-Destruction of
> the Ultimate Warrior" release, thousands of you have written and offered
> your support, your intelligent, incisive points-of-view, even your
> heart-tugging childhood memories of what Ultimate Warrior meant to you. In
> nearly every post I have ever written, I always begin with saying thanks to
> all of you who take the time to communicate to me. To me it's just good
> manners. And, I really do appreciate that you spend the time and make the
> effort to just write and say hello among other things. I don't have the time
> to respond to you all and, therein, as I've said many times before, lies a
> great deal of frustration for me, because all of you deserve to be
> personally thanked, but the clock running my life just does not allow it.
> This time especially though, I can't emphasize the thanks enough. Your well
> thought out comments about the DVD's blatant, derogatory intent and stories
> about Ultimate Warrior's place in your lives cut right through the DVD's
> sickening fabricated facade.

> Upon the advice of my counsel, I sat and watched the DVD. Set aside the
> Ultimate Warrior spoofs, the directed and rehearsed,
> unsupportable-by-any-facts criticism, and the boundless, deranged envy -- at
> its core the DVD is nothing but a defamatory, malicious *** on my
> personal character as a human being. I can take a joke just as well as
> anyone, even one on me --even a really, really sarcastic one. But this DVD
> is no joke. This is against the law. Despise me as much as you want, there
> are laws against these kinds of acts. The content of the DVD certainly
> doesn't square with my actual personality profile (better witnessed over
> many, many years by MORE talent and personnel weirdly nowhere to be found on
> the DVD), with any genuine fan's actual memory, the actual 'in the ring' or
> 'behind the scenes' events that took place during my career***, or the truly
> 'constructive,' long-term money-making factor or enduring popularity of the
> persona. More importantly, the verifiable 'constructive' quality of my life
> today DOES NOT square with a beyond-the-business, 'on-going'
> self-destructive life course that the DVD and its actors heavily insinuate.
> It's obvious someone with power and money and a maniacal control-complex is
> pursuing a very bitter vendetta and trying to injure the positive,
> productive quality of my post-sports entertainment life by destroying my
> personal character; by, foremostly, showing a reckless disregard for the
> truth in a malicious attempt to rewrite history to suit vindictive needs.
> This IS slander, or libel -- the attorneys can squabble over what term to
> use. In the 'alternative-reality' world of pro-wrestling, talent may have
> limited rights or no rights at all -- oddly, even the marks and industry
> pundits know and accept the truth of this. In the real World, as a citizen
> of this country, I have rights and there are laws

...

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Post by Poot Rootbee » Sun, 12 Feb 2006 12:57:39

Quote:

> According to Warrior himself, she was "just some fan":

> http://www.ultimatewarrior.com/interview.htm

6 is legal in parts unknown az
 
 
 

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Post by Smart Ape - Bring Back Grod » Sun, 12 Feb 2006 13:25:55


Quote:






> | > | > Hello warriors. Warrior here. No, not 'Warrior Warrior' as some
> people
> | are
> | > | > ridiculously remarking. Computer files and the such need two
> names...
> | > |
> | > | Zuh?
> | >
> | > I was wondering if anyone would eventually correct all the mark
> | > boards.  Looks like it had to be Jimbo himself.
> | >
> | > It started when some mark board had "newz" that said something along
> | > the lines of "WWE then sued Warrior.Warrior is his legal name now".
> | >
> | > The next mark board re-wrote their "scoop" as "Warrior Warrior is
> | > his legal name".
> | >
> | > A ton of other cut & paste "news" sites then repeated that he had
> | > changed his name to "Warrior Warrior" (despite it being well-known
> | > that he had his name legally changed to simply "Warrior" many many
> | > years ago).
> | >
> | his son could be Warrior W. Warrior II.

> Heh.

> Was it ever confirmed that the little girl the WWF had him talking
> to way back when was his daughter?

> You know, the one he asked the name of, she said "Amanda, Ultimate
> Warrior", and he then started calling her "Amanda Ultimate Warrior".

Did he*** her too?
--
--- "Damn dirty fleas..."
--- Proud loser of TWO 2004 RSPW Poster Awards and several in 2005.
--- 3rd Highest Vote-Getter in KORSPW 2005
--- Ranked 4th on Lvubun's Top 127 RSPW Posters of 2005
 
 
 

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Post by Smart Ape - Bring Back Grod » Sun, 12 Feb 2006 14:10:28


Quote:






> message

> | | > | > Hello warriors. Warrior here. No, not 'Warrior Warrior' as some
> people
> | | are
> | | > | > ridiculously remarking. Computer files and the such need two
> names...
> | | > |
> | | > | Zuh?
> | | >
> | | > I was wondering if anyone would eventually correct all the mark
> | | > boards.  Looks like it had to be Jimbo himself.
> | | >
> | | > It started when some mark board had "newz" that said something along
> | | > the lines of "WWE then sued Warrior.Warrior is his legal name now".
> | | >
> | | > The next mark board re-wrote their "scoop" as "Warrior Warrior is
> | | > his legal name".
> | | >
> | | > A ton of other cut & paste "news" sites then repeated that he had
> | | > changed his name to "Warrior Warrior" (despite it being well-known
> | | > that he had his name legally changed to simply "Warrior" many many
> | | > years ago).
> | | >
> | | his son could be Warrior W. Warrior II.
> |
> | Heh.
> |
> | Was it ever confirmed that the little girl the WWF had him talking
> | to way back when was his daughter?
> |
> | You know, the one he asked the name of, she said "Amanda, Ultimate
> | Warrior", and he then started calling her "Amanda Ultimate Warrior".

> According to Warrior himself, she was "just some fan":

> http://www.ultimatewarrior.com/interview.htm

Did he take her out for some pizza with the stunt granny after the show?
--
--- "Damn dirty fleas..."
--- Proud loser of TWO 2004 RSPW Poster Awards and several in 2005.
--- 3rd Highest Vote-Getter in KORSPW 2005
--- Ranked 4th on Lvubun's Top 127 RSPW Posters of 2005
 
 
 

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Post by jsla.. » Wed, 22 Feb 2006 00:23:25

Quote:

> | Truth is, I don't have any idea what kind of story she plans to tell, except
> | that we were too young kids hung up on*** on one another and our
> | relationship reached its predestined end as expected. I'd say she is a
> | little late getting to the party -- a story about two young, naive, mostly
> | stupid and ignorant people spending more time in the sack than at other
> | meaningful life experiences has already been done over and over. Of course,
> | she has freedom of speech. She is welcome to tell her story, although it's
> | very easy here to read between the 'ulterior motives' line. She better tell
> | the truth -- or save any money she may make to retain a lawyer.

> LMFAO.  Jack Foley and jslater could make a comfortable living
> having just Warrior as a client for the rest of his life.  Wonder if
> he's ever filed a lawsuit against a former team of lawyers he'd
> hired if they lost a verdict for him.

I've been in litigation where one of the parties was literally insane,
and it's not as much fun as it might sound.

Beyond that, good analysis of the Warrior rant, Hack-Man.--Joe (n.j.)
[mWo}]

 
 
 

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Post by Squa » Wed, 22 Feb 2006 03:06:18

Quote:

>> | Truth is, I don't have any idea what kind of story she plans to tell, except
>> | that we were too young kids hung up on*** on one another and our
>> | relationship reached its predestined end as expected. I'd say she is a
>> | little late getting to the party -- a story about two young, naive, mostly
>> | stupid and ignorant people spending more time in the sack than at other
>> | meaningful life experiences has already been done over and over. Of course,
>> | she has freedom of speech. She is welcome to tell her story, although it's
>> | very easy here to read between the 'ulterior motives' line. She better tell
>> | the truth -- or save any money she may make to retain a lawyer.

>> LMFAO.  Jack Foley and jslater could make a comfortable living
>> having just Warrior as a client for the rest of his life.  Wonder if
>> he's ever filed a lawsuit against a former team of lawyers he'd
>> hired if they lost a verdict for him.

> I've been in litigation where one of the parties was literally insane,
> and it's not as much fun as it might sound.

> Beyond that, good analysis of the Warrior rant, Hack-Man.--Joe (n.j.)
> [mWo}]

did they fling poo?  'cause that sucks.

Squad, used to it in the medical profession however...

 
 
 

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Post by Five » Wed, 22 Feb 2006 03:26:58


Quote:

>> | Truth is, I don't have any idea what kind of story she plans to tell,
>> except
>> | that we were too young kids hung up on*** on one another and our
>> | relationship reached its predestined end as expected. I'd say she is a
>> | little late getting to the party -- a story about two young, naive,
>> mostly
>> | stupid and ignorant people spending more time in the sack than at other
>> | meaningful life experiences has already been done over and over. Of
>> course,
>> | she has freedom of speech. She is welcome to tell her story, although
>> it's
>> | very easy here to read between the 'ulterior motives' line. She better
>> tell
>> | the truth -- or save any money she may make to retain a lawyer.

>> LMFAO.  Jack Foley and jslater could make a comfortable living
>> having just Warrior as a client for the rest of his life.  Wonder if
>> he's ever filed a lawsuit against a former team of lawyers he'd
>> hired if they lost a verdict for him.

> I've been in litigation where one of the parties was literally insane,
> and it's not as much fun as it might sound.

> Beyond that, good analysis of the Warrior rant, Hack-Man.--Joe (n.j.)
> [mWo}]

 - did they fling poo?  'cause that sucks.
 -
 - Squad, used to it in the medical profession however...

I never hired Foley or Slater.
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