Thank you, brother.The great thing would be if they went through the trouble of buying a replica belt strictly for the purpose of blowing loads on it.
The worse part of this lately is the whole belt thing. Some of the stuff is kind of funny but seriously do we think that Paige is such a sleazy depraved person that
A. She would allow Maddox to that to the real title
B. She would allow that to actually happen and then not do any cleaning to the title when she poses with kids
And if you think that she is, how about putting that black light on that bed you let you kids sleep in once in a while.
This actually got a real out loud laugh from me. So LOL, but for real. I keep going back to it and laughing. Well done.
Paige and all that
Posted 20 March 2017 - 01:07 PM
Posted 20 March 2017 - 04:11 PM
Lol, okay you keep doing you, breh. Maybe think your analogies through a bit more once in a while. I don't know why you can never give a straight answer to questions, but can we get back to laughing about Brad Maddox sitting there like Arnold in T1 pulling back then realizing how crucial the close up of Xavier's balls were to the piece? His dedication to a quality production should be commended.
You from thecoli man?
Posted 20 March 2017 - 05:23 PM
I really dislike this, you are a celebrity and your private stuff was stolen and now it's public, and it's your fault.
It sounds a lot like blaming a rape victim for wearing a skirt.
People are allowed to make sex tapes without them being stolen. There is no justification for stealing someone's private stuff and making it public. (Unless we are talking about something like a politician doing private things that hurt the people who elect him or other unique situations of course).
This is more like leaving a $100 sitting on your car seat and leaving the door unlocked.
Posted 20 March 2017 - 09:00 PM
Booker T Has chimed in
My thing is this; it’s not about the content that was on the phone that got hacked and posted—then again it is because we have to talk about it from both perspectives. I have to tell you, I got hacked a few years back and they got to my Twitter, they got to my YouTube account, to my Square account, and actually tried to get into my bank account with my email. They hijacked my AOL account so if I didn’t have my original paperwork from 100 years ago, I wouldn’t have gotten it back. I’m lucky my wife keeps all that information. Lucky I didn’t have some compromising photos on my computer or something, they otherwise would have been out there. This turned my life upside down for about 9-10 days where everything was frozen. I had money from my Square account for about 6 months so I couldn’t get it. It totally just ripped my life apart. They put my home address, phone number, social security number all online, as well as a lot of racist comments. It was just totally out there, so stuff like this can happen in this day and age. We think that our privacy is protected, but these days it is a little bit different. Back in the day, they went into your mailbox and stole your mail, that is a federal crime. You can go to prison for that for many years. How can you track someone stealing your emails if you don’t know who they are? They can change like a chameleon; how can you actually fix that not happening to you again? It’s strange.
What’s even more strange to me is the thought of young people nowadays. To put themselves out there like that and something like this happening, it can totally change the landscape of one’s life. Just think about wanting a job as a teacher now, or something like that and work with kids, and the first things when you are looking for employment these days is to go on your social media, go online and check your profile and see exactly what you have done in the past. For me, everyone knows I have a record, which has follows me until the end of time. Something like this is going to follow Paige for the end of time. Right now, I don’t know if the photos have been authenticated or not, but I know she put a post on it on Twitter and apologized for it and what not, but the thing is, these young people have to think about what they do before they actually do it, because like I said, this is going to follow—not just follow her, but affect her right now with what she is doing.One of the biggest compliments one of my friend’s, Scott Armstrong, told me, ‘Book, one thing about you over these years in this business, one thing about you is that you never have lost focus. You always stayed focus to what the task at hand is. You always focused on business and did your job.’ Somebody like Scott Armstrong telling me that is huge because he’s a guy who has made mistakes and lost focus, so for him to get back on track and stay focused and realize that I did something right, and these young people need to know that these days there are cameras everywhere. Everybody is looking to create a story, everybody is looking for a comeup on your downfall. Neither one of them had any dealings with putting that video out I’m sure, but everybody that was in that video is going to affect each one of those people for the rest of their life. One thing you have to understand as a celebrity is that when you put yourself out there, you are going to be scrutinized when you are going out there and making a lot of money, when you are a so-called Superstar, so called Famous. Wen you are famous where people go out there and see your movie, buying action figures, they are the ones that are paying the checks, they are the ones who deserve to be scrutinized and asked the question why. Why is my young one having to see this? That is your private life and I respect your private life, but don’t make me be part of your private life. That is when it becomes a discrepancy, that is when it becomes a problem. When you put yourself in a position where something can happen, trust me, 9 times out of 10 something will happen. I go back to Mike Tyson to what, 1995 to that beauty queen. Did Mike Tyson do something wrong? I don’t know, but if you are in a hotel room at 2am something can go wrong, and if something goes wrong, you have to know that you put yourself in that position for something to happen. That’s the thing; don’t put yourself in a position for something like this to happen to you because it can be the downfall and the detriment to your life
Posted 21 March 2017 - 10:33 AM
Booker T doesn't strike me as the kind of guy that should ever "chime in" on anything, really.
Reminds me of the Dave Chappelle comedy segment where he was talking about how TRL on MTV after 9-11 was asking Ja Rule about his opinion. Like, who the fuck cares what Ja Rule has to say?
Posted 21 March 2017 - 11:34 AM
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Posted 24 March 2017 - 10:28 AM
Booker was clumsy in making his point but I understood it to mean that regardless of what happened in that hotel room, Tyson brought the trouble onto himself by not protecting himself. The analogy was bad but his point remains generally correct. Celebrities cannot conduct themselves with the assumption of the same anonymity that we all enjoy in our lives as nonfamous people.
A lot of athletes have always given Tyson the benefit of the doubt on that incident, I have to assume because being in a situation like that where they'd get accused of something is probably a fear a lot of them have or have experienced. One one hand, being from Indiana I know Greg Garrison (lead prosecutor) on the case and he's a huge piece of shit that definitely doesn't seem above getting an innocent man of color convicted. On the other hand, the evidence sure doesn't seem like Tyson was an innocent man. I guess it's similar to the other side where people are still convinced OJ did it despite not being convinced.
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