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Clydey
12-30-2009, 12:13 AM
They don't have any pretty stars anymore, or anyone you really love to hate. Kills the mood.



:p



The worst thing to happen to wrestling was the reveal. Years ago, even if people knew it was a work, you never said anything. Now you've got guys blabbing their heads off about what goes on behind the scenes.

McMahon pissed off a lot of people who talked. I blame Barry O, and by default, McMahon, for it. If McMahon had kept it in his pants, none of this would have happened.

I don't know. I enjoyed it to some degree. By that I mean I enjoyed some of the back and forth stuff between the WCW and the WWF, which included a lot of backstage revelations. The Internet really gave people an insight into what went on behind the scenes. Suddenly, people had access to dirt sheets and the rumour mill went mental. I think they went overboard when it seemed like everything was a worked shoot, though. It's a bit like watching 24 and then having Kiefer Sutherland turn to the camera to make a speech.

Corey Feldman
12-30-2009, 12:14 AM
i'm trying to think of a question

struggling

the Exorcist is on tv

Clydey hold me

Clydey
12-30-2009, 12:15 AM
It can be very good escapism when it's done the right way.

I can't get into anymore. And I used to be a fanatic. I was a walking wrestling encyclopedia at one point. It's just not the same these days.

Clydey
12-30-2009, 12:17 AM
i'm trying to think of a question

struggling

the Exorcist is on tv

Clydey hold me

I found the Exorcist funny. :lol:

Which channel?

Ivanatis
12-30-2009, 10:00 PM
Oh no, I thought I'd be safe this year. :p



:wavey: back at you. Hope you enjoyed your bday.



Ooo boy, that was a tough one. When Rourke didn't win the SAG award, I knew. When Penn's name was actually called, I exploded. I'm not sure why it was such a big deal for me- something about Rourke just tugs at my heart strings.

Jeff Bridges received a nod for his :worship: work in "Crazy Heart." If he bags the SAG award over Morgan Freeman, I will retract the call. :)



I refuse to watch any movie that has the name "Brad Pitt" anywhere in the credits.

Avatar is not my type of movie, both for it's length and theme. James Cameron is a talented guy, but he doesn't make movies that I like. I saw Titanic and hated it. This opulent, over-blown, over-long movie smacks of that.



I'm looking forward to 13 and IF he is actually attached to it, his turn as Baby Face Nelson in Pretty Baby Machine. :smoke:

I want to see him as Whiplash in Iron Man 2 as well, although the trailer concerned me. I think Rourke spent an inordinate amount of time kissing his dialect coach, because his accent is off. I have near perfect hearing and I could tell immediately.

Thank you for the questions. Happy 2010. :)

Thanks for your answers. I will think of your post when the SAG awards will be announced.:cool:

Oh and a recommendation. Go watch the first roughly 12 minutes of IB, easily the best scene of this movie. There's no Pitt in there and Christoph Waltz as Colonel Hans Landa is simply:worship:, pure evil.

Happy 2010 to you as well.

Kitty de Sade
12-31-2009, 01:52 AM
Thanks for your answers. I will think of your post when the SAG awards will be announced.:cool:

De nada. Couldn't have done it w/out your good questions.

Just to end the suspense, I'll be doing this if Bridges wins: :aparty: :woohoo:

And this if he doesn't: :bigcry: :drink:

Oh and a recommendation. Go watch the first roughly 12 minutes of IB, easily the best scene of this movie. There's no Pitt in there and Christoph Waltz as Colonel Hans Landa is simply:worship:, pure evil.

Grrrrrrr you know what kind of an ask this is? I made the promise never to give any project that doofus was in any air time. Hmm...okay, since it was you who made the recommendation, I will. Just.this.once.

If I break out into a rash or go blind, expect a lot of Vince Spadea porn to be waiting for you in your mailbox.

Happy 2010 to you as well.

:hatoff:

acionescu
12-31-2009, 02:27 PM
Still bashing Brad Pitt, I see :rolleyes:

Ivanatis
01-24-2010, 07:13 AM
Jeff's done it. First Golden Globe, then SAG, next BAFTA, finally Oscar:yeah: Watched him at the Globes and it was fun to see how basically everyone winning a Globe and entering the stage passed him and had handshakes with him as he sat pretty much in the front row.:lol:

No Spadea porn so far in my mailbox:scared::D Have you seen it already?

Fee
01-25-2010, 09:43 PM
You look familiar. I think we talked once or twice before. ;)

Okonsky
01-26-2010, 01:40 PM
Hey Kell with my fav surname. I miss you you know where.

Just this > Everything is OK? Happy?

Thanos
11-16-2010, 01:38 PM
- being a guidette are you watching the jersey shore. if so, which character do you think resemble your demeanour.

- what do you think is most effective approach in getting over someone?... hooking up with someone else as soon as possible? drugs? other?? (no closure isn't option because this rarely happens).

- i have come under the impression, you enjoy manlove. is this the secret desire to be with two guys at once? (yes, this why men like lesbians because they want a three way with two girls)

- do you have any new years resolution?

- do you still own anything that you cherish in childhood? if so, what exactly is it?

- from scale 1 to 10, how annoyed are you that i bumped this thread?

Voo de Mar
11-16-2010, 02:24 PM
How often do you visit MTF?, I miss you :awww:

Ilovetheblues_86
11-16-2010, 02:25 PM
You said you like taureans, what about capricorns?

Devil de Sade? Poor nickname, if you are not even a stripper. Right?

Jolan Gago called you on page 9 a "character". You consider yourself a character?

A guidette? Imo. Would you date a yuppie christian very devoted to God and against abortion and drugs taking (what kind of prejudice question is that, btw)?

Johnny Groove
11-16-2010, 06:05 PM
I love the Kitty :aplot:

How often do you visit MTF?, I miss you :awww:

Seconded.

Kitty de Sade
11-16-2010, 06:38 PM
Just when I think I'm out, they pull me back in....

Be back to answer in California pm- hope you all are well. :kiss:

Fee
11-16-2010, 07:34 PM
Good to see you eggplant. :)

Getta
11-16-2010, 07:53 PM
have you missed us?

did you find flattering the bumping of this thread?

how do you attract a capricorn?

Kitty de Sade
11-16-2010, 08:14 PM
- being a guidette are you watching the jersey shore. if so, which character do you think resemble your demeanour.

I identify the most with Pauly D. Even though he's a :cuckoo: type, he's driven, respectful (for the most part) and has a good heart where it counts.

- what do you think is most effective approach in getting over someone?... hooking up with someone else as soon as possible? drugs? other?? (no closure isn't option because this rarely happens).

I'm assuming you mean romantic? Busted friendships hurt just as much or more, imo. Honestly, I don't think there is any magic cure besides the passage of time. Emotional hurts, unlike their physical counterparts have no time frame. It takes as long as it takes.

I think leaving cleanly helps- exercise, fresh food, no mind altering substances. There is no choice but to feel the pain- using all types of crutches to bypass that hurt will not work. When a person snorts blow, fucks another nameless/faceless person, what have you, in a vain effort to blunt the pain...all they do is cycle it all over again. To get through, you have to go through. There is no other way.

- i have come under the impression, you enjoy manlove. is this the secret desire to be with two guys at once? (yes, this why men like lesbians because they want a three way with two girls)

I have very little desire to engage anyone sexually (in a traditional sense), so no that doesn't apply to me.

- do you have any new years resolution?

I live as I want to live 365, so I'm not into resolutions. Doing something on the 16th of April or the 28th of October is on part w/ January 1st.

- do you still own anything that you cherish in childhood? if so, what exactly is it?

I do. :) Before I was born, my godmother purchased a teddy bear for me. Now he's missing an eye, a bowtie and he's an entirely different colour than he used to be...but he's priceless.

- from scale 1 to 10, how annoyed are you that i bumped this thread?

Negative zillion. I am always flattered if/when someone wants to talk to me. :D

Kitty de Sade
11-16-2010, 08:16 PM
How often do you visit MTF?, I miss you :awww:

Hi Voo. :wavey:

I check on my girls at least once every two weeks or so, just to make sure all is well.

Other than that, I avoid most places- three years ago mtf was fun, now not so much. I'm part of that old guard and the influx of new..."people" holds no interest for me.

Kitty de Sade
11-16-2010, 08:24 PM
Hola Mr. MTF. :wavey:

You said you like taureans, what about capricorns?

I love all the astrological signs equally after the taureans. Only trouble I've had were with virgos, which ironically is the sign of both my parents. :p

Devil de Sade? Poor nickname, if you are not even a stripper. Right?

I was a bartender in a strip club for awhile, does that count? Both "Kitty" and "de Sade" were given to me by drunk, pissed off, smartypantses. Go figure.

Jolan Gago called you on page 9 a "character". You consider yourself a character?

Hmm. Depends on how you define "character." If that means a manufactured online personality, then absolutely not. I am exactly the same in real time as I am here.. maybe worse. :rolls:

"Character," as in harboring peculiar traits or some such weirdness or oddity, then yes. I accept that completely.

A guidette? Imo. Would you date a yuppie christian very devoted to God and against abortion and drugs taking (what kind of prejudice question is that, btw)?

Oh boy. I think the question is more important whether or not they'd date ME. I am tolerant of all people, save haters. Usually, those who are very extreme and strident in their views don't like me.

People inclined to self-identify as staunchly religious avoid me like the plague. I'm an agnostic, porn-loving, plastic surgery supporting, card carrying member of the gay community, etc. etc. They tend not to want to break break with me, you know?

Kitty de Sade
11-16-2010, 08:27 PM
I love the Kitty :aplot:

And I you, siempre. :hug:

Good to see you eggplant. :)

Same goes, h/d goddess. :D

Kitty de Sade
11-16-2010, 08:31 PM
have you missed us?

YOU, Getta, yes. When I am here, I will always put the Gaudio forum on my list to see if you have posted.

did you find flattering the bumping of this thread?

Yes, it was very flattering to have that happen 2 years after its creation.

how do you attract a capricorn?

Unless I am wrong about this, capricorns are apt to keep their emotions close to the vest? They're the strong, silent types. That's total death to me, Getta, I need people on free flow.

I couldn't attract one- we're like oil and water. :p

Johnny Groove
11-16-2010, 08:34 PM
I'm assuming you mean romantic? Busted friendships hurt just as much or more, imo. Honestly, I don't think there is any magic cure besides the passage of time. Emotional hurts, unlike their physical counterparts have no time frame. It takes as long as it takes.

I think leaving cleanly helps- exercise, fresh food, no mind altering substances. There is no choice but to feel the pain- using all types of crutches to bypass that hurt will not work. When a person snorts blow, fucks another nameless/faceless person, what have you, in a vain effort to blunt the pain...all they do is cycle it all over again. To get through, you have to go through. There is no other way.

Kelli, these are stellar words. They apply to me so directly. Thank you.


I have very little desire to engage anyone sexually (in a traditional sense), so no that doesn't apply to me.

Forgive me, love, but I find this difficult to believe.

I do. :) Before I was born, my godmother purchased a teddy bear for me. Now he's missing an eye, a bowtie and he's an entirely different colour than he used to be...but he's priceless.

Negative zillion. I am always flattered if/when someone wants to talk to me. :D

You are such a softie :p

I don't know why you hide it :shrug:

Kitty de Sade
11-16-2010, 08:56 PM
Kelli, these are stellar words. They apply to me so directly. Thank you.

You bet.

Forgive me, love, but I find this difficult to believe.

I retired in 2004 after a run-in with a mack truck. I'm not making this up, it's a legit, fixed point in my life.

You are such a softie :p

I don't know why you hide it :shrug:

I'm becoming less and less adept at hiding it for some reason- I blame the California sun. :p

Seriously, I don't hide it per se. I just...keep it under wraps because 99% of the people you meet aren't going to make any impact in your life. Why give Orwell's Unpersons the good stuff? Nothing in it for me.

partygirl
11-16-2010, 09:57 PM
To get through, you have to go through. There is no other way.

:bowdown:Fucking brilliant (should be obvious to most but it's not) Can't believe such a truth exists on MTF...you are bringing up the curve.:p:clap2:


i have a friend who i suspect is chemically depressed at the moment, I think this will help... guru.:kiss:

Nidhogg
11-16-2010, 10:16 PM
You seem to be an interesting person, like most people who go their own way. ;)

I've had this discussion with close friends before. I don't know from moment to moment- but I will say this:

No division that denies the existence of a deity can explain one thing away- if there isn't, why the need to appreciate beauty? They can't explain it.

This caught my eye. Beauty as in physical appearance? It's often a sign of good health and genes which we of course find appealing when we're on the hunt, subconsciously or not.

I neither rule out or believe in any deity. I just don't feel any particular need to believe that whatever driving forces which have made the world turn out the way it did must have a purpose. Things have just come to work out this way.

Questions:

What's your favorite vice?

Have you ever been known to cartwheel on a night out after a few drinks?

You're going to attend the Woodstock Festival at eighteen years of age. What would you tell the eighteen year old you being as wise as you are now? Would the eighteen year old you have listened to what you would say? :sport:

Was there something fishy going on with the death of Jimi Hendrix?

What would you prefer if you had to choose? Being blind or deaf?

How did your interest in raw food come about? Are you completely raw? Do you feel healthier now than before?

Will Davydenko return to the top ten?

Cheers.

Kitty de Sade
11-16-2010, 11:25 PM
:bowdown:Fucking brilliant (should be obvious to most but it's not) Can't believe such a truth exists on MTF...you are bringing up the curve.:p:clap2:


i have a friend who i suspect is chemically depressed at the moment, I think this will help... guru.:kiss:

My sweetpea for so long now. :hug:

What can I say, I had an industrial strength mango/papaya smoothie and WHAM! Inspiration. :p

Kitty de Sade
11-16-2010, 11:45 PM
You seem to be an interesting person, like most people who go their own way. ;)

I try, thank you. :lol:

This caught my eye. Beauty as in physical appearance? It's often a sign of good health and genes which we of course find appealing when we're on the hunt, subconsciously or not.

Beauty, more in a sense of any appreciation of art, love, music- something that moves you for no reason in particular. Atheists can explain thought, procreation, etc. but they cannot explain why human being have the capacity to feel deeply, to a core/soul level, when in the presence of (fill in stimulus).

That capacity is where god comes in, imo. Not at all a defined god as presented in organized religion, but a higher power.

Questions:

What's your favorite vice?

Blond guitar players from Louisiana who can't quit you, even after they've married the "safe" girl.

Have you ever been known to cartwheel on a night out after a few drinks?

I can't cartwheel sober, much less drunk. I'd put my graceful nature on par with that of a grizzly bear in heat. I can sing like a proper lounge lizard whilst blizted though, does that count at all? :D

You're going to attend the Woodstock Festival at eighteen years of age. What would you tell the eighteen year old you being as wise as you are now? Would the eighteen year old you have listened to what you would say? :sport:

I would have carried a baseball bat with me and threatened her with it, for being such a COMPLETE moron in life. A good person, yes, but a moron. I would have told her never to wait for validation from other people, to not allow a chick plastic surgeon to put her implants ABOVE the muscle and to refrain from allowing her to believe that our father could ever be anything but a total dick.

No, that 18-year-old would not have listened to a word I said. She would have thought that I was part of a different (clueless) generation. Like a lamb to the slaughter she'd go.....

Was there something fishy going on with the death of Jimi Hendrix?

I can't say for sure, but I'd take a long, hard look at Mike Jeffery for starters. A lot of people stood to benefit from his greasing, so you never know...Proof? Probably won't get it definitively. Cause for concern? You bet.

What would you prefer if you had to choose? Being blind or deaf?

Death by hanging or firing squad. If forced to choose, I'd want to see the world around me. If I were deaf, I'd at least be spared from some of the stupid things people say on a daily basis.

How did your interest in raw food come about? Are you completely raw? Do you feel healthier now than before?

A number of years ago, I stalled with a workout routine. I was on birth control pills, following a chicken/egg-heavy body builder plan and I couldn't cut into the last 6 lbs. of body fat. I had constant migraines, gastrointestinal issues, panic attacks, etc. I started researching about the affect food has on a variety of health problems and found raw. Saved my life.

The difference between on and off raw is immeasurable. I wish I could explain it, but unless you have done it, it won't come through on a computer screen. On a low-fat raw program, I have no need for alcohol or drugs to fly. Not a joke.

I try as much as I can to be 100% all the time, but I love sushi. I try not to go off more than 3x in a month though, otherwise I don't feel good.

Will Davydenko return to the top ten?

Given his injury list and advanced age, I don't think so. The game has changed, and I don't believe he'll go along for the ride.

Cheers.

Awesome, thanks for the questions. Cheers back at you. :wavey:

Certinfy
11-16-2010, 11:51 PM
Hi. :wavey:

Johnny Groove
11-17-2010, 06:41 PM
I retired in 2004 after a run-in with a mack truck. I'm not making this up, it's a legit, fixed point in my life.

Now this sounds like a compelling tale.

I'm becoming less and less adept at hiding it for some reason- I blame the California sun. :p

Speaking of the Cali sun, I want to move out there to train as soon as my career takes off. Where is a good centralized location in So Cal for my training base? I am also considering Las Vegas.

Seriously, I don't hide it per se. I just...keep it under wraps because 99% of the people you meet aren't going to make any impact in your life. Why give Orwell's Unpersons the good stuff? Nothing in it for me.

But when you find that 1% that do matter to you (such as me, Larah, Getta, some of the other girls on here :p ) you are just a big soft teddy bear :p :D

Harmless
12-20-2010, 10:35 PM
Hola Miss Kitty. :wavey:

I hear you're leaving for the year. :(
Fraid I can't let you leave without a proper chat before, sorry. :p

Some questions for you:
1. How much attention do you give to astrology? Are you just a casual reader or really into it?

2. If I read correctly, we're both fans of Metallica. :rocker2:
a) Do you have a favourite album?
b) Do you have a favourite song?
c) Opinions on their current development and future?
d) Was S&M brilliant? Undervalued or overhyped?

3. Being Italian-American yourself, do you think that Madonna and Gaga, who have been compared up and down, back and forth and sideways, have drawn/do draw a large part of their personas/attitude toward art, fame and success from the It-American community, or is it totally person-specific and they just happen to both have Italian roots, no correlation neccessary?

4. What are some of the adaptations you had to make when moving from the East Coast to the West? Which ones did you fall right into, and which ones do you think you'll never get used to?

5. I don't know what your career is, but, not needing to be specific; with your current knowledge and experience, what advice would you give to someone just entering your profession?

6. A great question Eden asked recently; what is the best thing to you about being part of the current generation?

7. Are you still on raw? I'm really curious about it, do you have any advice for raw-curious people?



Hot pic of Jonathan Agassi thanks you for your time. ;)
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_TwwP9hJe3Sk/TMiYOxaADyI/AAAAAAAABEg/xGezPXLpWfA/s320/JA01.jpg

Kitty de Sade
12-20-2010, 10:48 PM
Sorry I missed this & the response is way late- I didn't have it subscribed.

Now this sounds like a compelling tale.

This is really no more complicated than me falling hard once, squashed under semi truck wheel's roll. :p

Speaking of the Cali sun, I want to move out there to train as soon as my career takes off. Where is a good centralized location in So Cal for my training base? I am also considering Las Vegas.

Palm Desert, CA is warm and dry all year. Less temptation to turn your head around than Las Vegas.

But when you find that 1% that do matter to you (such as me, Larah, Getta, some of the other girls on here :p ) you are just a big soft teddy bear :p :D

You can't keep a secret can you? Like a teenage girl ffs. :rolls:

Kitty de Sade
12-20-2010, 11:20 PM
Hola Miss Kitty. :wavey:

Hola back at you Artiste Extraordinaire. :wavey: I heard you have found your parallel universe paramour. Congrats!

I hear you're leaving for the year. :(
Fraid I can't let you leave without a proper chat before, sorry. :p

Tis true at least for 2011.

Some questions for you:
1. How much attention do you give to astrology? Are you just a casual reader or really into it?

I'm a casual reader although certain aspects interest me a lot. I was born on the cusp of Gemini and Cancer- the descriptions of those born under the respective signs are spot on w/ me.

2. If I read correctly, we're both fans of Metallica. :rocker2:

One of the most influential bands- along with Alice in Chains for me. :smoke:

a) Do you have a favourite album?

Can't choose between Ride the Lightening and Kill Em All. MoP is great too, but the earlier stuff will always win.

b) Do you have a favourite song?

Damn you are killing me with this one. I don't think I can. Maybe a top five or even a top 10, but one....can't.

c) Opinions on their current development and future?

They lost me a little bit once Newsted left and I haven't been completely on board with what they did w/ St. Anger. Death Magnetic was better, but this is ebb time imo.

I think that James and Lars have to grow up for real. No more sorta/kinda grow up and work like adults, but REALLY grow up and mature into the next phase. None of this walking out, talking breaks, pulling a diva routine, etc. It's bad for business.

d) Was S&M brilliant? Undervalued or overhyped?

I loved it. Love, love, loved it. I'd have to excuse myself from answering because I'm completely biased.

3. Being Italian-American yourself, do you think that Madonna and Gaga, who have been compared up and down, back and forth and sideways, have drawn/do draw a large part of their personas/attitude toward art, fame and success from the It-American community, or is it totally person-specific and they just happen to both have Italian roots, no correlation neccessary?

Lady Gaga unlike Madonna was born into wealth and privilege. She is also a failed actor who (intelligently, with mad help from her handlers) used theater of the absurd and circus antics to gain attention. It was timed perfectly, as the last 20 years (after Madonna came up) had nobody filling that role.

She is an amalgam of other artists and has lifted heavily from Roisin Murphy, for example, but through catchy pop loops and clever marketing has catapulted herself into massive fame. It's part and parcel of the Machine, as was Madonna, but less entertaining and far more calculated than I like.

Gaga has more musical talent than Madonna, but where the latter has the X factor and came from nothing, the other is null and void having been manufactured in a cage w/ studio time paid for by mom and dad.

Madonna's OG Boytoy belt and street urchin look was genius, for example. Gaga's meat dress was tiresome.

I don't think there is really any correlation between Italian American, New York, envelope pushing fame chasers from two generations. They wanted (and got) the same thing. It's just a matter of taste, I think.

4. What are some of the adaptations you had to make when moving from the East Coast to the West? Which ones did you fall right into, and which ones do you think you'll never get used to?

Biggest change I had to make was in attitude. People on the West Coast are breezy and ineffectual, and they possess this...artifice? I'm not sure how to explain it, but there is a superficial nature about the West Coast, and if you are going to succeed there, you must adapt.

People where I came from are heartier, more real, but far more heavy and negative and depressed. I blame the weather in part.

The one thing I'll never get used to, no matter how much I play the game and shuck and jive in bullshit, is the notion that everyone needs to pretend to be something that they're not. Everyone "knows" a celebrity or is a trust fund baby or is smarter/faster/hotter/younger, etc than they really are. It's trying at times.

That said I wouldn't go anywhere else. I love my sun, my surf and my tropical fruit. :)

5. I don't know what your career is, but, not needing to be specific; with your current knowledge and experience, what advice would you give to someone just entering your profession?

I've got a couple of ways to make money- I write and I do promotions/pr for bands, artists and adult/circus performers. If someone wanted to do that, I'd tell them to invest in their physical appearance and learn to network. Any break I've ever had was because I know how to manipulate work people.

Get yourself out there and meet people. Don't complain, don't explain. Extract what you need from people to help yourself and MOVE ON. Don't get emotionally involved, nor help anyone until you no longer are in a position of need.

Being able to deal with rejection helps too. That one is really hard to learn, but you need a thick skin on the west coast, you really do. It's not who you know, it's who knows you.

6. A great question Eden asked recently; what is the best thing to you about being part of the current generation?

I am bound by nothing. I am denied nothing and I don't have to conform or do anything I don't want to do for fear of not belonging. I can be a proud, card-carrying member of Club Maverick from cradle to grave.

7. Are you still on raw? I'm really curious about it, do you have any advice for raw-curious people?

Yes, always. Just take it slow when you are first starting out. There is so much information out there and that can overwhelm people. Start out by adding more fresh veggies and fruit to your diet. Learn to love the taste of unfamiliar fruit like durian, cherimoya, ataulfo mangoes or whatever.

Stay away from recipes that call for copious amounts of nuts, oil, avocado and salt. In moderation (except for oil and salt) they're fine, but making stuff with like...tons and tons of fat, even if it's raw fat, is not good.

Hot pic of Jonathan Agassi thanks you for your time. ;)
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_TwwP9hJe3Sk/TMiYOxaADyI/AAAAAAAABEg/xGezPXLpWfA/s320/JA01.jpg

A million thanks for that one. Ink is my achilles heel for sure. :lick:

Thanks for all of the questions- I hope you are happy and well during the end of the season. :hug: :hug:

Harmless
12-21-2010, 08:53 PM
Hola back at you Artiste Extraordinaire. :wavey: I heard you have found your parallel universe paramour. Congrats!
:lol:
I always thought that if I were a guy I'd have a thing for women in uniforms.

I'm a casual reader although certain aspects interest me a lot. I was born on the cusp of Gemini and Cancer- the descriptions of those born under the respective signs are spot on w/ me.
That's a very interesting degree, marries intelligence and wisdom in a very real way.

Can't choose between Ride the Lightening and Kill Em All. MoP is great too, but the earlier stuff will always win.
A Kill Em All fan! :worship: My first album and one of my favourites.

Damn you are killing me with this one. I don't think I can. Maybe a top five or even a top 10, but one....can't.
I know it's an evil question. :lol:

They lost me a little bit once Newsted left and I haven't been completely on board with what they did w/ St. Anger. Death Magnetic was better, but this is ebb time imo.

I think that James and Lars have to grow up for real. No more sorta/kinda grow up and work like adults, but REALLY grow up and mature into the next phase. None of this walking out, talking breaks, pulling a diva routine, etc. It's bad for business.
Very sound opinion, I agree.

I loved it. Love, love, loved it. I'd have to excuse myself from answering because I'm completely biased.
:worship:
Me too, that album is a work of art imo.

Lady Gaga unlike Madonna was born into wealth and privilege. She is also a failed actor who (intelligently, with mad help from her handlers) used theater of the absurd and circus antics to gain attention. It was timed perfectly, as the last 20 years (after Madonna came up) had nobody filling that role.

She is an amalgam of other artists and has lifted heavily from Roisin Murphy, for example, but through catchy pop loops and clever marketing has catapulted herself into massive fame. It's part and parcel of the Machine, as was Madonna, but less entertaining and far more calculated than I like.

Gaga has more musical talent than Madonna, but where the latter has the X factor and came from nothing, the other is null and void having been manufactured in a cage w/ studio time paid for by mom and dad.

Madonna's OG Boytoy belt and street urchin look was genius, for example. Gaga's meat dress was tiresome.

I don't think there is really any correlation between Italian American, New York, envelope pushing fame chasers from two generations. They wanted (and got) the same thing. It's just a matter of taste, I think.
All true, yeah, but what I really wanted to ask you was if you thought that the Italian-American culture in some way made them ready/willing to accept and pursue that level of fame, in that kind of a way. Is there something about the It-Am understanding of female empowerment and strength that connects them?

Biggest change I had to make was in attitude. People on the West Coast are breezy and ineffectual, and they possess this...artifice? I'm not sure how to explain it, but there is a superficial nature about the West Coast, and if you are going to succeed there, you must adapt.

People where I came from are heartier, more real, but far more heavy and negative and depressed. I blame the weather in part.

The one thing I'll never get used to, no matter how much I play the game and shuck and jive in bullshit, is the notion that everyone needs to pretend to be something that they're not. Everyone "knows" a celebrity or is a trust fund baby or is smarter/faster/hotter/younger, etc than they really are. It's trying at times.

That said I wouldn't go anywhere else. I love my sun, my surf and my tropical fruit. :)
Pretty ironic how everyone is so tryhard about living easy. :lol:

I've got a couple of ways to make money- I write and I do promotions/pr for bands, artists and adult/circus performers. If someone wanted to do that, I'd tell them to invest in their physical appearance and learn to network. Any break I've ever had was because I know how to manipulate work people.

Get yourself out there and meet people. Don't complain, don't explain. Extract what you need from people to help yourself and MOVE ON. Don't get emotionally involved, nor help anyone until you no longer are in a position of need.

Being able to deal with rejection helps too. That one is really hard to learn, but you need a thick skin on the west coast, you really do. It's not who you know, it's who knows you.
Sounds like very fulfilling work. The sentence I bolded though - such a raw, basic, frightening truth. It's a little ironic that you learned something so harsh in a business that is founded on art and freedom of personal expression.

I am bound by nothing. I am denied nothing and I don't have to conform or do anything I don't want to do for fear of not belonging. I can be a proud, card-carrying member of Club Maverick from cradle to grave.
I really like how you worded that. Why do I see you as so wise? :lol:

Yes, always. Just take it slow when you are first starting out. There is so much information out there and that can overwhelm people. Start out by adding more fresh veggies and fruit to your diet. Learn to love the taste of unfamiliar fruit like durian, cherimoya, ataulfo mangoes or whatever.

Stay away from recipes that call for copious amounts of nuts, oil, avocado and salt. In moderation (except for oil and salt) they're fine, but making stuff with like...tons and tons of fat, even if it's raw fat, is not good.
Thank you, great to hear advice from someone who knows it from experience.

A million thanks for that one. Ink is my achilles heel for sure. :lick:
He's kind of monstrously hot, isn't he. :drool:

Thanks for all of the questions- I hope you are happy and well during the end of the season. :hug:
Thank you, you as well.
Don't think I have no more inspiration though... :p


1. If you were a guy, what do you think you'd be like? Personal lifestyle, ambitions, taste in women?
2. Metallica. Top 10 songs.
3. Raw - where do you stand with tea? How about meat and cheese?
4. Do you know your other Astrological placements? What are your Ascendant, Moon, Venus and Mars in?
5. Federer/Nadal. How do you read their relationship?
6. What do you think about Chris Pine as the new Kirk? Too cute? And does Kirk/Spock really have elements of a love story to it or is it just standard fangirl misinterpretation?
7. Ever seen RH of Beverly Hills? Thoughts?
8. Thoughts on Jersey Shore and it's protagonists? I kinda really love Jen from there, major fierce chick. Some wrist motion in throwing that cocktail. :rocker2:
9. I remember that you had Jeremy Renner in your avatar for a while. :hearts: Beside him, favourite actors right now?

rocketassist
12-21-2010, 08:55 PM
1 What did you think of the Kliq and their booking power? What did you find them to be like in person?

2 Do you still work in the business?

3 Is Hulk Hogan or John Cena the greater contributor to the history of the company?

4 Did you have any encounters with Warrior (Jim Hellwig?)

Clydey
12-21-2010, 08:57 PM
Who commands most respect in the locker room? Is it the Undertaker?

Corey Feldman
12-21-2010, 09:06 PM
did you ever see up Rowdy Roddy Piper's skirt?

Clydey
12-21-2010, 09:08 PM
I try, thank you. :lol:
Beauty, more in a sense of any appreciation of art, love, music- something that moves you for no reason in particular. Atheists can explain thought, procreation, etc. but they cannot explain why human being have the capacity to feel deeply, to a core/soul level, when in the presence of (fill in stimulus).

That capacity is where god comes in, imo. Not at all a defined god as presented in organized religion, but a higher power.



Let's for argument's sake say that we cannot explain the appreciation of beauty (not that I accept the premise). It is an extraordinary leap to then conclude that there exists a god. There are many things we cannot yet explain, none of which make it more likely that a deity exists. That's what is referred to as a god of the gaps. Believers see a gap in our understanding and use god to fill it. We didn't understand how we came to exist until relatively recently. Prior to that, god was used to explain our existence. Seemingly, nothing has changed. There are still gaps in our understanding and people still insist on using god to fill them, despite a complete lack of evidence to back up their claims.

Kitty de Sade
12-21-2010, 10:09 PM
:lol:
I always thought that if I were a guy I'd have a thing for women in uniforms.

Conveys strength and something else we don't usually get on a regular basis. If I wasn't such a dwarf, I would have gone into the military.

A Kill Em All fan! :worship: My first album and one of my favourites.

Seek and Destroy is probably one of my faves of all time. Alcoholica at that time was so fresh, so young, so violent and raw...damn, I get chills just thinking about it. :D

I know it's an evil question. :lol:

DAMN, okay- you are one of my :inlove: here, so I will do a top 10. I'm sorry, I can't cut it down more than that.

All true, yeah, but what I really wanted to ask you was if you thought that the Italian-American culture in some way made them ready/willing to accept and pursue that level of fame, in that kind of a way. Is there something about the It-Am understanding of female empowerment and strength that connects them?

Ah, gotcha. Being an Italian-American Roman Catholic, the institution is VERY archaic and repressive. Case in point... When my mother was set to graduate high school, she said she planned to continue on to college and get a teaching degree. The response from our extended family was: Why? All she's going to do is get married and have babies.

It's stifling and hell bent to repress people, especially women. You are conditioned to lie still and be entered without expressing desire or pleasure or anything. If you enjoy sex, you are a sinner going to hell. If you are gay, you are a sinner going to hell. If you have an original thought, a provocative thought, a middle finger stuck up at the establishment, you are a sinner going to hell.

This kind of imprisonment leads to rebellion and anarchy, I believe, and depending on the woman, causes her to act out in a bunch of different ways. Some healthy and sane, some not.

I chose not to get married or have children. I altered my body with cosmetic surgery. I had sex without marriage and (sometimes) enjoyed the experience. I had same-sex encounters. I drank and did drugs and have no remorse. When my family said I was a sinner on my way to hell, I breathed a sigh of relief.

I think both Madonna, Gaga and others felt the same thing and just pursued the ill's cure on a much grander scale.

Sounds like very fulfilling work. The sentence I bolded though - such a raw, basic, frightening truth. It's a little ironic that you learned something so harsh in a business that is founded on art and freedom of personal expression.

Sorry to throw us under a bus so much, but women are the worst at this. I've seen the prettiest girls fall to cracker crumb pieces because they don't shut up. Nobody in life wants to hear about your troubles, especially when you are out and about making a life for yourself.

I'd tell the girls to use 90% less words when dealing with people, especially men. Do NOT treat men like your girlfriends, ever. The women who understand this get everything they want, and are very often NOT the prettiest, smartest, fittest, etc.

Despite the irony, make no mistake- it is a business. Whether number crunching or otherwise, all of this circus is a business. Those who get it will thrive. Those who don't will be eliminated in short order.

I really like how you worded that. Why do I see you as so wise? :lol:

:lol: Thank you. :hug:

I think if I've succeeded at all, it's because I've failed so many times in the past. No matter what happens to me- penthouse or gutter- I will not yield to fear. If I fall (which I already know I will and have made peace with that), I fall. I won't leave this place without making the attempt.

Thank you btw, you are a very special person. I hope I've said that before to you. :hug:

1. If you were a guy, what do you think you'd be like? Personal lifestyle, ambitions, taste in women?

Boy I hope I could be a little taller if god had made me a boy.

I think I'd be the same kind of fruit loop I am, believe it or not. I'd be very sensitive and passionate with lots of girlfriends and no commitment. Bit of a hothead, but probably less than the girl version because guys aren't allowed the same emotional freedom. I'd be intensely disliked by some and fiercely protected by others. A guy's guy though.

I'd probably have pursued an entertainment career of some kind. Probably music or film. Not sure. Nothing involving numbers though, because I'd STILL suck at mathematics.

I'd love all women. I know I wouldn't have a type, but I'd want her to be healthy, balanced and independent. I couldn't be faithful I'm sure, but I'd let all of them know that upfront. I loathe duplicity, regardless of what exists between my legs. :p

2. Metallica. Top 10 songs.

Okay, okay. There is no escape for me. :rolls:

(No order)

Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
Seek and Destroy
Master of Puppets
For Whom the Bell Tolls
Jump in the Fire
Whiplash
Fade to Black
Battery
I Disappear
No-leaf Clover (with San Francisco Orchestra version)

3. Raw - where do you stand with tea? How about meat and cheese?

If a person is cold, they should be allowed to have tea. Technically it's not raw, but I'm sorry- if I'm freezing, I will have it.

I exist peacefully with meat/cheese eaters, but I have chosen not to consume animal products. In addition to ethical concerns, I've never felt better physically than when I've given them up completely.

4. Do you know your other Astrological placements? What are your Ascendant, Moon, Venus and Mars in?

I've never had my chart done. I really should, I'd love to know.

5. Federer/Nadal. How do you read their relationship?

I believe there exists a legit professional courtesy. Do I think they are friends? No. More on Federer's part, because Nadal was the only one (when Federer was at peak form) to threaten him for world domination. Federer is a control freak and Nadal can dismantle that quite easily as I've seen.

Nadal has real respect for Federer and I don't doubt the sincerity of that at all. He's just a different type of guy and I can't see them having a glass of sangria together of the clock. Federer tolerates Nadal more than Djokovic or Muzza because the former defers to him. The other two are more fearless and won't. I like that about the two of them a lot.

I saw (but did not meet) Federer a number of times at events and pressers. He is steely and guarded and measures people a lot with his eyes. Two years ago I happened to walk down the stairs @ the Canada Masters & caught him in the doorway. He just...stared. I couldn't get a read on him and he didn't move, AT ALL, just stood motionless in the doorway.

It was kind of disturbing in a way. Can't quite put my finger on it and I don't even know what I'm implying, but it's that...eyelock with someone who isn't your friend, but you don't know if he's your enemy either. He gave away nothing. The eyelock lasted too long and I just kept walking.

6. What do you think about Chris Pine as the new Kirk? Too cute? And does Kirk/Spock really have elements of a love story to it or is it just standard fangirl misinterpretation?

I can't stand remakes and haven't really seen enough of Pine to judge him fairly. As for Kirk and Spock, they'll inspire fanfic like no other. I don't think Spock is gay- he reads more asexual to me. :p

7. Ever seen RH of Beverly Hills? Thoughts?

I am a regular viewer of all the RH, except Atlanta and New Jersey. Such great trash. :devil:

I think Kyle is a complete rockstar fox- she's my girl. Adrienne is classy and awesome, but she neglected to marry the guy who can curl her toes. Kim is a neurotic, clingy mess with a substance abuse problem. Taylor is sweet, forgettable, troubled and did not choose a plastic surgeon wisely. Camille is a soulless, vapid little mean girl, who singlehandedly turned public support against her, despite having a cheating weasel of a husband. I suspect that she's not very bright. And Miss Lisa is all shades of pretentious and awesome- she's just killer.

8. Thoughts on Jersey Shore and it's protagonists? I kinda really love Jen from there, major fierce chick. Some wrist motion in throwing that cocktail. :rocker2:

Can't stand the Sitch- he's an insecure dbag who can't back up his swagger. Adore Pauly D, because he's the most real and even though he's a player, he treats people with respect. Ronnie and Sammy are as relevant as belly lint- I thought their storyline was tiring and uninteresting. Snooks is a riot and Jenny is my rockstar hardass bitch. Love her. Angelina was an emotional mess and Vinny is just there.

9. I remember that you had Jeremy Renner in your avatar for a while. :hearts: Beside him, favourite actors right now?

Damn Christian Bale for locking Renner out of an Oscar. Any other time he's winning for the Town.

So many, but Sean Penn, Jackie Earle Haley, Rhys Coiro, Steve Buscemi, Joe Gordon-Levitt, Lukas Haas, James Franco, Ron Eldard and Rodney Eastman come to mind immediately.

Kitty de Sade
12-21-2010, 10:30 PM
Heya Joey, how goes? :wavey:

1 What did you think of the Kliq and their booking power? What did you find them to be like in person?

They were the most revolutionary force (outside of early Hogan) in the business, bar none. Nobody had that kind of power ever- it was really amazing.

Here is what I experienced with the primary members- if I've forgotten one that you'd include, just let me know:

Shawn Michaels- met him, rubbed up against him...egotistical dickhead, but charming and sexy enough to get you out of your clothes. He is a tactical wrestling genius, an unmatched entertainer and an amazing business person. He's a complete disloyal snake though- an opportunist through and through- and will fuck you over if it benefits him.

His born again nonsense is a fraud. He hasn't changed a bit, he just has learned not to pass out in his soup or a chick's lap in public.

Scott Hall- Can't put into words how much I :hearts: Scott Hall. He is awesome and cool and sexy and just a great guy. He will talk to anyone at any time- no attitude, will look you in the eye and pulls ZERO "I'm a star" bs with you. Pity he's a falling down alcoholic mess, but he's a 10 as a person. Super talented and can sell the shit out of a gimmick.

Kevin Nash- Awesome guy as well. Classy and nice, just like Hall. He is more reserved and it takes longer for him to warm up to you, but once that happens he's great. Intimidating in person, but well spoken and genuine. He is the business mind behind everything. At one time, only he and Bischoff made the decisions.

Joanie Laurer/Chyna- nice girl, but a mess. Didn't talk to her much, but she was very vulnerable and sad, and that made me uncomfortable. She got fucked over bad.

Paul Levesque/Helmsley/HHH- whatever name he uses now...:rolls: Never met him personally, but was told he's a complete dick. Total user who made his name on Michael's back. Married the boss's daughter and is in like Flynn now.

Sean Waltman/Xpac/Six-pack- whatever the fuck he calls himself. Huge tool, dork. Can't see how he got to make dollar one in the business. Druggie fool now and is just a skin crawler of a person. Ick.

Road Dog/Billy Gunn- both were hillbilly idiots, especially Gunn.

Eric Bischoff- the absolute love of my wrestling life. He has no competition...think peak Federer, meshed with peak Sampras, meshed with peak Laver. That's Bischoff. He emails regularly. :inlove:

2 Do you still work in the business?

I haven't done a show in awhile, but will still get calls to do promo for people.

3 Is Hulk Hogan or John Cena the greater contributor to the history of the company?

Hulk Hogan is Federer. Cena is Labadze. Hope that helps. :p

Seriously Cena is a joke. Nobody respects him behind the scenes. Pat Patterson has major power and likes him. One guess why. Cena is smart enough to know how to play the game. He's always hinted that he'll swing, but he won't. Patterson is too old and dumb now to give a toss.

I don't like Bolllea as a person, but he was as important to wrestling as Elvis and the Beatles were to the music business. Can't deny that- Cena is nowhere near that and never will be.

4 Did you have any encounters with Warrior (Jim Hellwig?)

I didn't personally, but friends did. He was a major diva and a dick. He is a total fraud, unwilling to admit he made his name in Florida doing private dick wagging shows for old men in exchange for $$$$$$$$. He is a crazy (in a bad way) bitch.

Kitty de Sade
12-21-2010, 10:34 PM
James. :wavey: Btw, your Mr. MTF outcome was a joke. I think you're too smart for the majority of the people here.

Who commands most respect in the locker room? Is it the Undertaker?

Hard to say, but Mark's been around for a long, long time. I'd say he's as good a choice as any other.

Kitty de Sade
12-21-2010, 10:35 PM
Pride and Joy of MTF. :wavey:

did you ever see up Rowdy Roddy Piper's skirt?

He was before my time, but I knew a girl in LA who did. She says he's a lot of fun. :D

Clydey
12-21-2010, 10:36 PM
James. :wavey: Btw, your Mr. MTF outcome was a joke. I think you're too smart for the majority of the people here.



Appreciate it. I hope my reply to your beauty argument didn't come across as too confrontational. ;)

Do you think the rise of MMA has harmed business for Vince McMahon?

Kitty de Sade
12-21-2010, 10:38 PM
Let's for argument's sake say that we cannot explain the appreciation of beauty (not that I accept the premise). It is an extraordinary leap to then conclude that there exists a god. There are many things we cannot yet explain, none of which make it more likely that a deity exists. That's what is referred to as a god of the gaps. Believers see a gap in our understanding and use god to fill it. We didn't understand how we came to exist until relatively recently. Prior to that, god was used to explain our existence. Seemingly, nothing has changed. There are still gaps in our understanding and people still insist on using god to fill them, despite a complete lack of evidence to back up their claims.

Hence the use of "imo" in the post you quoted. None of this can be supported by fact, but I am fine driving this car with god as my steering wheel.

Clydey
12-21-2010, 10:40 PM
Hence the use of "imo" in the post you quoted. None of this can be supported by fact, but I am fine driving this car with god as my steering wheel.

I remember discussing religion with you a couple of years ago. Weren't you an agnostic? Did something change/happen over the past couple of years that made you reflect on the existence of a deity?

Kitty de Sade
12-21-2010, 10:43 PM
Appreciate it. I hope my reply to your beauty argument didn't come across as too confrontational. ;)

Not at all.

Do you think the rise of MMA has harmed business for Vince McMahon?

I think McMahon's problem is more related to the roster he has. There are no stars anymore. You have regular looking guys who have no real appeal- they could be your mechanic, or your lawn care service guy.

You don't have anymore Hogans or Andre the Giants or even guys like the Rock. People want to be transported to another place. It doesn't work when half the card looks like skinny trailer trash. :shrug:

Kitty de Sade
12-21-2010, 10:47 PM
I remember discussing religion with you a couple of years ago. Weren't you an agnostic? Did something change/happen over the past couple of years that made you reflect on the existence of a deity?

Still am for the most part, but I may have softened my stance once I moved from the harshness of Chicago to California. It's the sun and the pineapple. :p

Clydey
12-21-2010, 10:47 PM
Not at all.

I think McMahon's problem is more related to the roster he has. There are no stars anymore. You have regular looking guys who have no real appeal- they could be your mechanic, or your lawn care service guy.

You don't have anymore Hogans or Andre the Giants or even guys like the Rock. People want to be transported to another place. It doesn't work when half the card looks like skinny trailer trash. :shrug:

Personally, I think WCW's downfall was one of the worst things to happen to the wrestling business. It eliminated the competition and, as a result, the need for one-upmanship. I used to live for the Monday night wars.

Nidhogg
12-21-2010, 10:50 PM
Still am for the most part, but I may have softened my stance once I moved from the harshness of Chicago to California. It's the sun and the pineapple. :p

Now I did in ways thought that going raw could be likened to seeing the light... :p

rocketassist
12-22-2010, 01:49 AM
Heya Joey, how goes? :wavey:



They were the most revolutionary force (outside of early Hogan) in the business, bar none. Nobody had that kind of power ever- it was really amazing.

Here is what I experienced with the primary members- if I've forgotten one that you'd include, just let me know:

Shawn Michaels- met him, rubbed up against him...egotistical dickhead, but charming and sexy enough to get you out of your clothes. He is a tactical wrestling genius, an unmatched entertainer and an amazing business person. He's a complete disloyal snake though- an opportunist through and through- and will fuck you over if it benefits him.

His born again nonsense is a fraud. He hasn't changed a bit, he just has learned not to pass out in his soup or a chick's lap in public.

Scott Hall- Can't put into words how much I :hearts: Scott Hall. He is awesome and cool and sexy and just a great guy. He will talk to anyone at any time- no attitude, will look you in the eye and pulls ZERO "I'm a star" bs with you. Pity he's a falling down alcoholic mess, but he's a 10 as a person. Super talented and can sell the shit out of a gimmick.

Kevin Nash- Awesome guy as well. Classy and nice, just like Hall. He is more reserved and it takes longer for him to warm up to you, but once that happens he's great. Intimidating in person, but well spoken and genuine. He is the business mind behind everything. At one time, only he and Bischoff made the decisions.

Joanie Laurer/Chyna- nice girl, but a mess. Didn't talk to her much, but she was very vulnerable and sad, and that made me uncomfortable. She got fucked over bad.

Paul Levesque/Helmsley/HHH- whatever name he uses now...:rolls: Never met him personally, but was told he's a complete dick. Total user who made his name on Michael's back. Married the boss's daughter and is in like Flynn now.

Sean Waltman/Xpac/Six-pack- whatever the fuck he calls himself. Huge tool, dork. Can't see how he got to make dollar one in the business. Druggie fool now and is just a skin crawler of a person. Ick.

Road Dog/Billy Gunn- both were hillbilly idiots, especially Gunn.

Eric Bischoff- the absolute love of my wrestling life. He has no competition...think peak Federer, meshed with peak Sampras, meshed with peak Laver. That's Bischoff. He emails regularly. :inlove:



I haven't done a show in awhile, but will still get calls to do promo for people.



Hulk Hogan is Federer. Cena is Labadze. Hope that helps. :p

Seriously Cena is a joke. Nobody respects him behind the scenes. Pat Patterson has major power and likes him. One guess why. Cena is smart enough to know how to play the game. He's always hinted that he'll swing, but he won't. Patterson is too old and dumb now to give a toss.

I don't like Bolllea as a person, but he was as important to wrestling as Elvis and the Beatles were to the music business. Can't deny that- Cena is nowhere near that and never will be.



I didn't personally, but friends did. He was a major diva and a dick. He is a total fraud, unwilling to admit he made his name in Florida doing private dick wagging shows for old men in exchange for $$$$$$$$. He is a crazy (in a bad way) bitch.

Howdy Kelli :wavey:

Waltman is definitely someone not well liked. I did think what the Kliq did to Dean (Shane) Douglas was pretty unfair.

Here's some more I'd love to know:

1 Were you there on 'that night' in Montreal? I'm aware you weren't keen on Bret, did you see any of the backstage stuff?

2 Did you ever meet Batista? Is he really the guy who had most of the divas on his bedpost??

3 Have you met Cena personally and was he a dick with you or normal? I remember being shocked about how Bret was with you when he had that Agassi-esque image :lol:

4 Would love to know what you mean by that, it sounds very juicy :p

5 Did you ever do business with John 'Bradshaw' Layfield? Heard a lot of negative stories about him.

6 I agree there are no stars compared to yesteryear, but what do you think about northern Brit Wade Barrett?

partygirl
12-22-2010, 02:40 AM
did you ever see up Rowdy Roddy Piper's skirt? I think i saw black briefs up there once. I was probably 5 or 6....
always lookin' :)



I saw (but did not meet) Federer a number of times at events and pressers. He is steely and guarded and measures people a lot with his eyes. Two years ago I happened to walk down the stairs @ the Canada Masters & caught him in the doorway. He just...stared. I couldn't get a read on him and he didn't move, AT ALL, just stood motionless in the doorway.

It was kind of disturbing in a way. Can't quite put my finger on it and I don't even know what I'm implying, but it's that...eyelock with someone who isn't your friend, but you don't know if he's your enemy either. He gave away nothing. The eyelock lasted too long and I just kept walking.

This is what it must be like to step on-court against him.

I've noticed this in interviews/press when he does not know the person...
It is very noticeable & intense, but nobody mentions it beyond the robot thing.
I appriciate it though because i feel like i do the same thing (and prone to a giggle fit too) - i just hope i hide it better. If this instance had happened to me, we might still be standing there. :haha:

Kitty de Sade
12-22-2010, 03:52 AM
Personally, I think WCW's downfall was one of the worst things to happen to the wrestling business. It eliminated the competition and, as a result, the need for one-upmanship. I used to live for the Monday night wars.

Ted Turner was a good ol' boy without a long term plan. They had a line but concentrated on the present only and neglected to keep the boot on McMahon's neck.

I despise that guy, but he's in a position of power for a reason.

Now I did in ways thought that going raw could be likened to seeing the light... :p

Absolutely. :D

Thanos
12-22-2010, 03:58 AM
- when did you become such a cockblocker?

- oh no, your over 15k limit will you suddenly combust?

- what your favourite moment of this year?

- why are you nicknamed eggplant?

Kitty de Sade
12-22-2010, 04:16 AM
Here's some more I'd love to know:

1 Were you there on 'that night' in Montreal? I'm aware you weren't keen on Bret, did you see any of the backstage stuff?

I wasn't there when it happened, but I was around for the fallout in other places. Everyone knew @ the Screwjob before it happened. I don't believe for one second that Bret wasn't in on it either. Not a chance. It was a calculated work between Vince and Bret. Don't care who calls me a :cuckoo: but they cooked it up together.

If anything, the two main people (Vince and Bret) didn't let anyone else in on the fact that it was a reverse double-cross. Shocking that they could keep it a secret, seeing how stupid a person Hart is. He was being paid by the company long after he left. Everything that comes out of his yap is a lie. :rolls:

2 Did you ever meet Batista? Is he really the guy who had most of the divas on his bedpost??

Yep and he's a jarhead. None of that is true- it's just a work. Fake, like his body.

3 Have you met Cena personally and was he a dick with you or normal? I remember being shocked about how Bret was with you when he had that Agassi-esque image :lol:

Met him a few years before his big push. Thought he was a tool who knew a few important people, but was convinced he'd never amount to much. Shows what I know. :p

Both Cena and Hart were dicks, yes.

4 Would love to know what you mean by that, it sounds very juicy :p

About what Joey? Chyna getting fucked over? If that's what you meant, her bf Levesque had been screwing Stephanie off screen for a long time. Joanie thought she'd be married, but her dude had bigger plans.

The bosses daughter- who at that time had been given a completely shocking and unexpected promotion in her daddy's company *cough*- was instrumental in getting Joanie fired. Levesque didn't stand up for her, which to me was pathetic. Okay fine, you want the brass ring, whatever...you could at least man up and protect a woman you were intimate with for years from getting canned like so much fucking tuna.

He's a loser.

Sorry if that's not what you were referring to. If I got it wrong, just point me in the right direction and I'll try again for you. :p

5 Did you ever do business with John 'Bradshaw' Layfield? Heard a lot of negative stories about him.

I think I emailed AJ about this once, but Bradshaw was a mean dude. Scotty (Levy/Raven) once told me that he gang tackled Lawler's kid in the lockerroom, tied him up in the shower and threatened to **** him in front of people. He left the company after that.

6 I agree there are no stars compared to yesteryear, but what do you think about northern Brit Wade Barrett?

He's definitely getting a push and has a lot of potential. He trained with Al Snow, who is a first-rate worker, so that's a plus. His idol was Davey Boy Smith :inlove:

Really anything to move both Cena and Orton out of the way works for me.

Kitty de Sade
12-22-2010, 04:17 AM
I think i saw black briefs up there once. I was probably 5 or 6....
always lookin' :)

This is what it must be like to step on-court against him.

I've noticed this in interviews/press when he does not know the person...
It is very noticeable & intense, but nobody mentions it beyond the robot thing.
I appriciate it though because i feel like i do the same thing (and prone to a giggle fit too) - i just hope i hide it better. If this instance had happened to me, we might still be standing there. :haha:

Federer apologist. :p

Kitty de Sade
12-22-2010, 04:26 AM
- when did you become such a cockblocker?

As a general rule I do no cockblocking, UNLESS the incoming dick is out to mangle one of my girls, or in your case, traffic her nekkid photographs.

- oh no, your over 15k limit will you suddenly combust?

No, in a minute order will be restored with the surplus posts traveling on into some weird parallel universe, never to be seen again. :D

- what your favourite moment of this year?

Personal for me or for tennis?

If you meant tennis, it's Nadal winning the US Open. I had a bet with a friend and lost a bundle, because I didn't think he could. I thought he'd go the way of Borg on that one.

If you meant me, I'd say living peacefully with my house guest for the last month ranks right up there. Been living together since mid-November, and both of us are still alive. Miracle.

- why are you nicknamed eggplant?

A couple of years ago I had abdominal etching done. As a result of the procedure and the compression garment I had to wear, my entire genital area was bruised and discoloured- purple, like an eggplant.

Thanks to Fee, that nickname has endured long after my privates returned to pink. :rolls:

Kitty de Sade
12-22-2010, 04:49 AM
4 Did you have any encounters with Warrior (Jim Hellwig?)

Okay, this is number 4. Man my brain doesn't work in winter. :rolls:

Hellwig used to be a chiropractor and was a struggling bodybuilder in the early 80's. Somewhere he met up with Steve Borden (who would be Sting later) and the two of them were together, like...hand to mouthing it in Florida.

Borden was always super religious freaky, but Hellwig was not at the time. Some people said this wasn't true, but I knew a very reliable source who used to do jobs all the time for the company (WWF at that time.) Hellwig made cash and made his breaks taking naked pictures and doing solo j/o shows for older men.

It was widely known (or speculated, although I would believe someone like Missy Hyatt over a lunatic like Warrior) that he asked for and received his big push AFTER doing his turn on the casting couch.

He WAS an escort. There is no denying that, he absolutely 100% was an escort. How far he took it is always up for debate, but at the very least he entertained older men before he became famous.

Voo de Mar
12-22-2010, 04:57 AM
Hi Kitty :hug:

Do you think about yourself in 2020 or later?
Are you afraid of death? Do you think about it?
Why don't you want to have husband and children?
Do you celebrate Christmas and New Years Eve? :p

Ilovetheblues_86
12-22-2010, 05:03 AM
Hola Kitty, I watched some WWE videos tonight because of you. Thank you. Some questions:

-What you think about The Rock?
-Was WWE better in the 90`s than now?
-Why you wear austrian flag?
-You know the guy that played Bonesaw in "Spider-Man (2002)?"He looked funny to me.

thx. sry for the noobs questions

Kitty de Sade
12-22-2010, 05:16 AM
Hi Kitty :hug:

Hi Voo. :D

Do you think about yourself in 2020 or later?

I really try to avoid thinking too far ahead. It's like standing at the bottom of a mountain- look too high and you'll get dizzy. Living in the present from moment to moment helps me keep my brain on right.

Are you afraid of death? Do you think about it?

I have intense, paralyzing fear of death, yes. I think about it constantly. I wish I didn't, because I realize there is no way to know where I'm going once this dance is over. I have OCD though and part of the insanity of it all is beyond my control.

Why don't you want to have husband and children?

I feel constricted and caged by obligation and routine. I change partners every year or two. I like variety and not knowing what happens from day to day. I want the freedom to pick up and leave for four days at a time, telling no one, checking in nowhere. You cannot live this way with a spouse and certainly not with children.

My biggest struggle is patience. I have little. Cheryl (cmurray) has two kids and to experience her level of patience first-hand is staggering. I have no clue how she does it and as much as I stand in awe of it, I thank god every single day that it is not my destiny.

Do you celebrate Christmas and New Years Eve? :p

I'm always working during that time- where there is celebration and lots of drinking, there is $$$$$$$$$$$$ to be made. I found that this time of year is the easiest to separate people from their money.

Kitty de Sade
12-22-2010, 05:27 AM
How is your title defence going? :D

Hola Kitty, I watched some WWE videos tonight because of you. Thank you.

I hope they were from a time more exciting than now.

-What you think about The Rock?

He was a huge star who parlayed that into a major film career. As a technical wrestler? Terrible. As an actor? Worse. As a famous person who knows how to max out his mojo? Great.

One of the best interviews in wrestling. That said, to me, he'll always be Rocky Maivai with the goofy fro, who was on the receiving end of endless "ROCKY SUCKS!" in every arena.

-Was WWE better in the 90`s than now?

Prior to 1997 it was as lame as it is now. After that point it was great, but only for a very short time. I'm completely biased though- the 90's in WCW and the REAL ECW will never happen again. Best ever.

-Why you wear austrian flag?

Tahiti in my profile, unless they're wrong here. :scratch:

I just picked it because it is warm and beautiful. Usually I keep Argentina there though- that's my fave :inlove:

-You know the guy that played Bonesaw in "Spider-Man (2002)?"He looked funny to me.

Savage is crazy, but very nice. I met him a long, long time ago when I was a kid. He looks like Santa Claus now- barely recognizable at all.

Thanos
12-22-2010, 06:30 AM
As a general rule I do no cockblocking, UNLESS the incoming dick is out to mangle one of my girls, or in your case, traffic her nekkid photographs.

hold on one sec... did you just call me a dick :tears:?? that it i'm going to rep the shit out of you!!! when you at least expect it hehehe.. you hurt my feeling and i'm going to eat maccas to ease the pain

A couple of years ago I had abdominal etching done. As a result of the procedure and the compression garment I had to wear, my entire genital area was bruised and discoloured- purple, like an eggplant.

Thanks to Fee, that nickname has endured long after my privates returned to pink. :rolls:

:lol: it must be said... GREATEST NICKNAME EVER :D

Ilovetheblues_86
12-22-2010, 12:29 PM
How is your title defence going? :D


I will lose because I decided to be a troll and be less pop haha.
But the force is strong in the opponent. ;)

Danke schön

Voo de Mar
12-22-2010, 12:36 PM
I have OCD though and part of the insanity of it all is beyond my control.

Me too :o



I feel constricted and caged by obligation and routine [...]

Sorry for this question, a moment after I had asked, I realized I repeated a half of a question from the first page of this thread :o Unfortunately it's probable to repeat the same questions in a long spotlight thread, especially when you don't follow it constantly :p

:wavey:

Harmless
12-22-2010, 08:49 PM
Conveys strength and something else we don't usually get on a regular basis. If I wasn't such a dwarf, I would have gone into the military.
Hey, you're Italian, you have natural power of presence that does not necessitate height. :cool:

Seek and Destroy is probably one of my faves of all time. Alcoholica at that time was so fresh, so young, so violent and raw...damn, I get chills just thinking about it. :D
I know, the early stuff is so clear and powerful, it's mad.

DAMN, okay- you are one of my :inlove: here, so I will do a top 10. I'm sorry, I can't cut it down more than that.
Glad to see you try:dance:, such a tough question.

Ah, gotcha. Being an Italian-American Roman Catholic, the institution is VERY archaic and repressive. Case in point... When my mother was set to graduate high school, she said she planned to continue on to college and get a teaching degree. The response from our extended family was: Why? All she's going to do is get married and have babies.

It's stifling and hell bent to repress people, especially women. You are conditioned to lie still and be entered without expressing desire or pleasure or anything. If you enjoy sex, you are a sinner going to hell. If you are gay, you are a sinner going to hell. If you have an original thought, a provocative thought, a middle finger stuck up at the establishment, you are a sinner going to hell.

This kind of imprisonment leads to rebellion and anarchy, I believe, and depending on the woman, causes her to act out in a bunch of different ways. Some healthy and sane, some not.

I chose not to get married or have children. I altered my body with cosmetic surgery. I had sex without marriage and (sometimes) enjoyed the experience. I had same-sex encounters. I drank and did drugs and have no remorse. When my family said I was a sinner on my way to hell, I breathed a sigh of relief.

I think both Madonna, Gaga and others felt the same thing and just pursued the ill's cure on a much grander scale.
Love how you explain it. You fer real have a very distinctive way with words.

Sorry to throw us under a bus so much, but women are the worst at this. I've seen the prettiest girls fall to cracker crumb pieces because they don't shut up. Nobody in life wants to hear about your troubles, especially when you are out and about making a life for yourself.

I'd tell the girls to use 90% less words when dealing with people, especially men. Do NOT treat men like your girlfriends, ever. The women who understand this get everything they want, and are very often NOT the prettiest, smartest, fittest, etc.

Despite the irony, make no mistake- it is a business. Whether number crunching or otherwise, all of this circus is a business. Those who get it will thrive. Those who don't will be eliminated in short order.
Very true, business is business. Ultimately, you either get it done or you don't.

:lol: Thank you. :hug:

I think if I've succeeded at all, it's because I've failed so many times in the past. No matter what happens to me- penthouse or gutter- I will not yield to fear. If I fall (which I already know I will and have made peace with that), I fall. I won't leave this place without making the attempt.
Very inspiring words, I gotta say. You should write a self-esteem for dummies book for women, fer real. :p

Thank you btw, you are a very special person. I hope I've said that before to you. :hug:
Omg, dude, not in public like this. :o :lol:

Boy I hope I could be a little taller if god had made me a boy.

I think I'd be the same kind of fruit loop I am, believe it or not. I'd be very sensitive and passionate with lots of girlfriends and no commitment. Bit of a hothead, but probably less than the girl version because guys aren't allowed the same emotional freedom. I'd be intensely disliked by some and fiercely protected by others. A guy's guy though.

I'd probably have pursued an entertainment career of some kind. Probably music or film. Not sure. Nothing involving numbers though, because I'd STILL suck at mathematics.

I'd love all women. I know I wouldn't have a type, but I'd want her to be healthy, balanced and independent. I couldn't be faithful I'm sure, but I'd let all of them know that upfront. I loathe duplicity, regardless of what exists between my legs. :p
Seriously never thought about the bolded like this before. It makes total sense.

Okay, okay. There is no escape for me. :rolls:

(No order)

Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
Seek and Destroy
Master of Puppets
For Whom the Bell Tolls
Jump in the Fire
Whiplash
Fade to Black
Battery
I Disappear
No-leaf Clover (with San Francisco Orchestra version)
Are you my double account? Are you me? Will you date me in a future life? :lol:

If a person is cold, they should be allowed to have tea. Technically it's not raw, but I'm sorry- if I'm freezing, I will have it.

I exist peacefully with meat/cheese eaters, but I have chosen not to consume animal products. In addition to ethical concerns, I've never felt better physically than when I've given them up completely.
Wish I could go totally vegan some day. I've always wondered if it would feel liberating, or restrictive.

I've never had my chart done. I really should, I'd love to know.
Gonna PM you about this one day, I can recommend stuff.

I believe there exists a legit professional courtesy. Do I think they are friends? No. More on Federer's part, because Nadal was the only one (when Federer was at peak form) to threaten him for world domination. Federer is a control freak and Nadal can dismantle that quite easily as I've seen.

Nadal has real respect for Federer and I don't doubt the sincerity of that at all. He's just a different type of guy and I can't see them having a glass of sangria together of the clock. Federer tolerates Nadal more than Djokovic or Muzza because the former defers to him. The other two are more fearless and won't. I like that about the two of them a lot.

I saw (but did not meet) Federer a number of times at events and pressers. He is steely and guarded and measures people a lot with his eyes. Two years ago I happened to walk down the stairs @ the Canada Masters & caught him in the doorway. He just...stared. I couldn't get a read on him and he didn't move, AT ALL, just stood motionless in the doorway.

It was kind of disturbing in a way. Can't quite put my finger on it and I don't even know what I'm implying, but it's that...eyelock with someone who isn't your friend, but you don't know if he's your enemy either. He gave away nothing. The eyelock lasted too long and I just kept walking.
Interesting story. I always thought that someone whom wild natural talent was thrown at in such a measure has to have a major disfunction somewhere. :lol:
No wonder he's so distant and guarded considering the pressure that's been on him from a young age. :federerapologistextraordionaire:
What do you think about the slashy context? :p Do you read any well-hidden sexual tension there? Any suspicious body language? :devil:

I can't stand remakes and haven't really seen enough of Pine to judge him fairly. As for Kirk and Spock, they'll inspire fanfic like no other. I don't think Spock is gay- he reads more asexual to me. :p
Hehe, I think that's the point, yes. It's probably the asexuality that makes him so intriguing to try and disect.
Quinto is a fantastic new Spock though, and I'm a bit of a Nimoy fangirl and hate remakes too, so that's something.

I am a regular viewer of all the RH, except Atlanta and New Jersey. Such great trash. :devil:

I think Kyle is a complete rockstar fox- she's my girl. Adrienne is classy and awesome, but she neglected to marry the guy who can curl her toes. Kim is a neurotic, clingy mess with a substance abuse problem. Taylor is sweet, forgettable, troubled and did not choose a plastic surgeon wisely. Camille is a soulless, vapid little mean girl, who singlehandedly turned public support against her, despite having a cheating weasel of a husband. I suspect that she's not very bright. And Miss Lisa is all shades of pretentious and awesome- she's just killer.
Agree with so much. You're really onto something with Taylor especially, I feel kind of :awww: for her most of all.
Camille managed to miss such a sure thing in terms of public support, it's incredible. Editing is probable to blame for a lot of it, but still...

Can't stand the Sitch- he's an insecure dbag who can't back up his swagger. Adore Pauly D, because he's the most real and even though he's a player, he treats people with respect. Ronnie and Sammy are as relevant as belly lint- I thought their storyline was tiring and uninteresting. Snooks is a riot and Jenny is my rockstar hardass bitch. Love her. Angelina was an emotional mess and Vinny is just there.

Ronnie/Sammy was so boring I just couldn't get through S2. They should just make Snookie&Jen - The Road Trip and be done with it.

Damn Christian Bale for locking Renner out of an Oscar. Any other time he's winning for the Town.

So many, but Sean Penn, Jackie Earle Haley, Rhys Coiro, Steve Buscemi, Joe Gordon-Levitt, Lukas Haas, James Franco, Ron Eldard and Rodney Eastman come to mind immediately.
Steve Buscemi :worship:

More questions:

Steve Buscemi's favourite role?
Do you like Load/REload?
Who is the most handsome man that you have ever seen?
Do you have anyone whose physique you use as your workout role-model?
Do you like Tom Hardy? Have you seen him in Rocknrolla?
Thoughts on Inception?
The new wave of comic book movies, good for the industry/art or not?
Have you seen Santa's Slay? I know that Bill Goldberg is/was a pro wrestler so... Thoughts on the film?

Kitty de Sade
12-22-2010, 09:54 PM
Mizz Maya :wavey:

Hey, you're Italian, you have natural power of presence that does not necessitate height.

It's just better that I'm female- I've seen short guys really struggle. Sadder still is their assumption that because I'm short, I'll be attracted to them. Not at all. It's a double standard, but whatever. :shrug:

Very inspiring words, I gotta say. You should write a self-esteem for dummies book for women, fer real. :p

I only arrived at this point, I believe, because I've made so many mistakes. I learned the hard way. I've been prone on the street, totally without self-worth. The one thing I didn't do was give up. In any situation where I messed up or let someone get over on me, I wanted to learn what I did wrong. I kept asking more experienced and healthy people for help.

I hate seeing women being played and abused and mistreated more than anything in the world. Sadly most women are competitive and adversarial in nature, so they'll fight you and view you as the enemy. I'm 100% a girl's girl if they let me. So many women I've seen have allowed guys to become complacent and they accept less and less in relationships. You teach people how to treat you, period. If you don't insist on being valued and appreciated, nobody will do it for you.

I wish they'd view guys as a cool breeze and not as life-essential oxygen. He's your welcome addition, not your reason to live. :shrug:

Women who are needy and desperate court their own disaster. Put out signals that you are ripe for mistreatment, you better believe you'll find plenty of people willing to handle you with careless disregard.

Omg, dude, not in public like this. :o :lol:

Okay, okay I'll keep my v-hands to myself. :p

Are you my double account? Are you me? Will you date me in a future life? :lol:

We're all pieces of our own projected dreams. It's like shattering kaleidoscope glass- I could totally be a fragment of yours.

I would be floored and flattered to date you in a future life, provided you are not ashamed to be seen with someone smurf sized. :D

Wish I could go totally vegan some day. I've always wondered if it would feel liberating, or restrictive.

It's really hard to stick to, I won't kid you. As the days go by though- especially after about 30 or so- it becomes easier. Socially it can be restrictive, and if you chose to go this route, expect a lot of this: :scratch: and this: :rolleyes:

The return on it, both physically and mentally, is immeasurable. That's part of what keeps me going.

Interesting story. I always thought that someone whom wild natural talent was thrown at in such a measure has to have a major disfunction somewhere. :lol:
No wonder he's so distant and guarded considering the pressure that's been on him from a young age. :federerapologistextraordionaire:

He's a one in a billion shot and a talent that I don't think the world will see again...at least not while we're alive. Personally, I think he's an interesting case. My spidey sense always tingles when a guy enters into a relationship as a teenager with an older woman who mirrors a lot of his mother's qualities.

To enter into commitment so early, coupled with making it final with marriage and children, without allowing for a growth period of finding different people, experiencing different things....it's a concern to me. I have no idea- maybe they are blissfully happy. It's very, very rare though and I wonder how the dynamic will change once his career is over. No more titles, no more glitz, no more Centre Court....just him and her and the kids and lots and lots of idle down time. We'll see.

What do you think about the slashy context? :p Do you read any well-hidden sexual tension there? Any suspicious body language? :devil:

Sexual tension between Federer and Nadal? :rolls:

I don't understand slash at all. I've been at mtf for a long time and after reading massive amounts of it, I still don't get it. Maybe I'm jaded- I've seen a lot of real-time stuff, so I can't relate.

Both seem very immature, nervous and sheltered to me. Federer dissolves into giggles at a double entendre @ his "size," and Nadal continues to blush like a school girl when asked @ his sex symbol status. The latter gave away his apprehension in the Gypsy video as well. It was glossy and gorgeous, but completely void of heat. I don't get it, but this is the same guy who was playing tag with his chick in the stairwell in Toronto. At age 23.

Interesting to put those two up against the likes of Djokovic and Del Potro, who have major problems keeping their pants from falling to their ankles.

Agree with so much. You're really onto something with Taylor especially, I feel kind of :awww: for her most of all.
Camille managed to miss such a sure thing in terms of public support, it's incredible. Editing is probable to blame for a lot of it, but still...

Taylor is a sad case. I think she got burned by her own ambition, realizing that there is a price to be paid for gold digging. She's a benevolent person, who wanted security after the bust up of her parents relationship. Makes sense. She got all glammy, fixed the outside, moved to LA, found the $$$$ guy and all was well. Problem with that situation is that outside has no bearing on the inside and $$$$ cannot soothe the wounds of childhood. She sought out and married a withholding, cold man who reminded her of her dad. If she turned this man around and he became warm and approving and loving to her....instant healing of her old school wounds. Guess what? They're divorcing.

Camille is an unapologetic gold digger without a drop of kindness in her soul. She is embarrassingly hypocritical, claiming that women have always been jealous of her. Delusion at its level best and far too common for women who refuse to see themselves for who they truly are. Somewhere along the line she lost her soul and is paying for it now. She dug her own grave and I have no sympathy for her at all.

More questions:

Steve Buscemi's favourite role?

As Tommy in Trees Lounge :inlove:

Do you like Load/REload?

I like the former much better than the latter. I gave them props for trying something new and unlike a division of their hardcore fans, I didn't toss them under a train for cutting their hair. As long as they didn't ply us with hip hop or cheesy pop, it's fine. Do I like it the way I liked KEA and RtL and MoP? No. It's still our band though and I'll always be loyal.

Who is the most handsome man that you have ever seen?

Seen or met? If it's seen, that's Brandon Lee. He is the most physically perfect human being ever created. To me, he was born without a flaw. Living would be Jason Gedrick. He could talk me into anything. :p

Met is Jeff Palmer. Being face to face with him was totally unsettling. He was that beautiful. Having a gay man (who at the time was THEE box cover/mega pornstar in Hollywood) call you beautiful is great because there is no hidden agenda. Something amazing exists in Argentina- his home country- and if I could bottle it, I'd be a billionaire.

Do you have anyone whose physique you use as your workout role-model?

Brenda Kelly has the most beautiful, strong, feminine body on the planet. She is a genetic phenomenon and I don't use her as a realistic standard, but she's unbelievable. :worship:

Do you like Tom Hardy? Have you seen him in Rocknrolla?

Haven't seen that yet, but Hardy is very stealth. Lethal sexy.

Thoughts on Inception?

I am no fan of DiCaprio whatsoever, but the film was amazing. I like movies that try (and succeed) to turn the genre on its head. Visually stunning, well acted and having JGL in anything doesn't hurt.

The new wave of comic book movies, good for the industry/art or not?

With the exception of RDJ in Iron Man, I am not a supporter of it. I think it allows for paper thin stories to be carried by massive amounts of CGI, noise and no-content clatter. It's responsible for making nearly talentless people into very wealthy stars. Not good for anyone who truly loves and respects the craft of acting.

Have you seen Santa's Slay? I know that Bill Goldberg is/was a pro wrestler so... Thoughts on the film?

I made it through exactly 24 minutes of the film before I gave up. I thought it was awful. Too dumb to be campy and too lame to be entertaining. I don't care much for horror spoofy stuff. If it's a horror flick, I want anarchy and violence and clever kills. :devil:

Harmless
12-23-2010, 11:48 PM
Last questions, because you're cruel moving on :bigcry:

Mizz Maya :wavey :
It's just better that I'm female- I've seen short guys really struggle. Sadder still is their assumption that because I'm short, I'll be attracted to them. Not at all. It's a double standard, but whatever. :shrug :

I only arrived at this point, I believe, because I've made so many mistakes. I learned the hard way. I've been prone on the street, totally without self-worth. The one thing I didn't do was give up. In any situation where I messed up or let someone get over on me, I wanted to learn what I did wrong. I kept asking more experienced and healthy people for help.

I hate seeing women being played and abused and mistreated more than anything in the world. Sadly most women are competitive and adversarial in nature, so they'll fight you and view you as the enemy. I'm 100% a girl's girl if they let me. So many women I've seen have allowed guys to become complacent and they accept less and less in relationships. You teach people how to treat you, period. If you don't insist on being valued and appreciated, nobody will do it for you.

I wish they'd view guys as a cool breeze and not as life-essential oxygen. He's your welcome addition, not your reason to live. :shrug :

Women who are needy and desperate court their own disaster. Put out signals that you are ripe for mistreatment, you better believe you'll find plenty of people willing to handle you with careless disregard.
I agree with so much of what you said there. :yeah:


Okay, okay I'll keep my v-hands to myself. :p
:rolls:

We're all pieces of our own projected dreams. It's like shattering kaleidoscope glass- I could totally be a fragment of yours.

I would be floored and flattered to date you in a future life, provided you are not ashamed to be seen with someone smurf sized. :D
I don't like you talking like that about my future gf. :mad:

It's really hard to stick to, I won't kid you. As the days go by though- especially after about 30 or so- it becomes easier. Socially it can be restrictive, and if you chose to go this route, expect a lot of this: :scratch: and this: :rolleyes:

The return on it, both physically and mentally, is immeasurable. That's part of what keeps me going.
Good to hear that the itch goes away, something to look forward to. It seems like such a cleaner, lighter way to live.

He's a one in a billion shot and a talent that I don't think the world will see again...at least not while we're alive. Personally, I think he's an interesting case. My spidey sense always tingles when a guy enters into a relationship as a teenager with an older woman who mirrors a lot of his mother's qualities.

To enter into commitment so early, coupled with making it final with marriage and children, without allowing for a growth period of finding different people, experiencing different things....it's a concern to me. I have no idea- maybe they are blissfully happy. It's very, very rare though and I wonder how the dynamic will change once his career is over. No more titles, no more glitz, no more Centre Court....just him and her and the kids and lots and lots of idle down time. We'll see.
Oh I think he'll always stay busy, don't think it'll ever be such a case of a simple life with Mr Federer. Though you make some very good points.
(:secret: plus he'll start cheating with Rafa then, so... )

Sexual tension between Federer and Nadal? :rolls:

I don't understand slash at all. I've been at mtf for a long time and after reading massive amounts of it, I still don't get it. Maybe I'm jaded- I've seen a lot of real-time stuff, so I can't relate.

Both seem very immature, nervous and sheltered to me. Federer dissolves into giggles at a double entendre @ his "size," and Nadal continues to blush like a school girl when asked @ his sex symbol status. The latter gave away his apprehension in the Gypsy video as well. It was glossy and gorgeous, but completely void of heat. I don't get it, but this is the same guy who was playing tag with his chick in the stairwell in Toronto. At age 23.

Interesting to put those two up against the likes of Djokovic and Del Potro, who have major problems keeping their pants from falling to their ankles.
Yes, Rafa and Fed both definitely have some kind of an ubersheltered personality thing that binds them in a strange way. True about Djokovic and Murray not giving deferrance, and the relationships being strained for that.

Taylor is a sad case. I think she got burned by her own ambition, realizing that there is a price to be paid for gold digging. She's a benevolent person, who wanted security after the bust up of her parents relationship. Makes sense. She got all glammy, fixed the outside, moved to LA, found the $$$$ guy and all was well. Problem with that situation is that outside has no bearing on the inside and $$$$ cannot soothe the wounds of childhood. She sought out and married a withholding, cold man who reminded her of her dad. If she turned this man around and he became warm and approving and loving to her....instant healing of her old school wounds. Guess what? They're divorcing.

Camille is an unapologetic gold digger without a drop of kindness in her soul. She is embarrassingly hypocritical, claiming that women have always been jealous of her. Delusion at its level best and far too common for women who refuse to see themselves for who they truly are. Somewhere along the line she lost her soul and is paying for it now. She dug her own grave and I have no sympathy for her at all.
I think you're being a little too harsh on Camille. The personality flaws being what they are, the show still caught her at a bad time.

As Tommy in Trees Lounge :inlove:

I like the former much better than the latter. I gave them props for trying something new and unlike a division of their hardcore fans, I didn't toss them under a train for cutting their hair. As long as they didn't ply us with hip hop or cheesy pop, it's fine. Do I like it the way I liked KEA and RtL and MoP? No. It's still our band though and I'll always be loyal.

Seen or met? If it's seen, that's Brandon Lee. He is the most physically perfect human being ever created. To me, he was born without a flaw. Living would be Jason Gedrick. He could talk me into anything. :p

Met is Jeff Palmer. Being face to face with him was totally unsettling. He was that beautiful. Having a gay man (who at the time was THEE box cover/mega pornstar in Hollywood) call you beautiful is great because there is no hidden agenda. Something amazing exists in Argentina- his home country- and if I could bottle it, I'd be a billionaire.
You have an Argie fetish? :p

Brenda Kelly has the most beautiful, strong, feminine body on the planet. She is a genetic phenomenon and I don't use her as a realistic standard, but she's unbelievable. :worship:

Haven't seen that yet, but Hardy is very stealth. Lethal sexy.
You should see it, not exactly Citizen Kane, but it's entertaining. And Tom Hardy plays an amazing gay gangster. :rolls:

I am no fan of DiCaprio whatsoever, but the film was amazing. I like movies that try (and succeed) to turn the genre on its head. Visually stunning, well acted and having JGL in anything doesn't hurt.
True. Such a good cast. Personally, Cillian Murphy was the one I couldn't keep my eyes off of. Such a strange blend of creepy and gorgeous.

With the exception of RDJ in Iron Man, I am not a supporter of it. I think it allows for paper thin stories to be carried by massive amounts of CGI, noise and no-content clatter. It's responsible for making nearly talentless people into very wealthy stars. Not good for anyone who truly loves and respects the craft of acting.
True.

I made it through exactly 24 minutes of the film before I gave up. I thought it was awful. Too dumb to be campy and too lame to be entertaining. I don't care much for horror spoofy stuff. If it's a horror flick, I want anarchy and violence and clever kills. :devil:
I liked the campiness, I guess because it's a bit of a campy subject by itself today. You're a bit more hardcore than me :p, horrors honestly scare me. :chicken:


1. Do you know of Florence + The Machine? Thoughts? This song (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FqCzP0HQpQo), ie, is constantly on my mind lately, not her usual, but she just does everything so well (esp see Cosmic Love and Drumming Song) If you hadn't heard her sing yet, I'd say she's like a mixture of Nancy Sinatra and Joe Cocker, best I can describe it. :lol: And live, she is just a force of nature. :worship:

2. Do you think JGL has an Oscar coming, and will it be rather sooner or later?

3. Is there any other sport that you haven't gotten into yet, but you'd like to someday?

4. What do you think about contest season on MTF?

Wish you lots of happiness and sun in the new year. :hug:

Kitty de Sade
12-24-2010, 01:01 AM
Last questions, because you're cruel moving on :bigcry:

I'll always have my pm open and you've got my email. Yeah, taking a long at my sign up year I was way :o All good things must come to an end. Lots of things were fun and I met some great people, but I'm done. At the end of 2011 I'll possibly reassess, but I'll be back home in West Hollywood...chances are pretty nil then. :p

I don't like you talking like that about my future gf. :mad:

:rolls:

Good to hear that the itch goes away, something to look forward to. It seems like such a cleaner, lighter way to live.

It really is- you'll have no physical pain anymore either. That came into clear focus between heavy workout days. Weight bearing exercises- especially those for the lower body- used to cause me a lot of delayed-onset muscle soreness that would last for days. I have almost no recovery time.

I think you're being a little too harsh on Camille. The personality flaws being what they are, the show still caught her at a bad time.

Okay, that's fair. I just have a knee-jerk reaction to women who are mean to other women. I hate it and I think she's a mean girl. Maybe it's more exaggerated, considering her husband made a fool out of her (and himself) in front of the whole world.

You have an Argie fetish? :p

I do in a big way and I'm not doing much to control it. I met a certain superstar clay champ (NOT named Nadal) about a year and a half ago. Made it way worse. :p

I liked the campiness, I guess because it's a bit of a campy subject by itself today. You're a bit more hardcore than me :p, horrors honestly scare me. :chicken:

Hardcore horror is some of the only cinematic fuel that keeps us tingly and alive. Maya come on, you don't enjoy the feeling of teetering on the edge, soul stretched over the abyss, knowing gore/violence/dismemberment is about to happen? Not even a little? Movement toward the macabre...something I couldn't live without. :devil:

1. Do you know of Florence + The Machine? Thoughts? This song (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FqCzP0HQpQo), ie, is constantly on my mind lately, not her usual, but she just does everything so well (esp see Cosmic Love and Drumming Song) If you hadn't heard her sing yet, I'd say she's like a mixture of Nancy Sinatra and Joe Cocker, best I can describe it. :lol: And live, she is just a force of nature. :worship:

Very original and creative. She has a strong, unique vocal and some serious, serious stage presence. I'm looking for big things come 2011- deservedly so.

2. Do you think JGL has an Oscar coming, and will it be rather sooner or later?

He certainly has the range and the talent. All he needs is the right vehicle, which is like a crap shoot in this day and age. I don't see him getting it yet, unless the material is really, really amazing. The powers that be do not reward youth in actors for the most part, electing to (sometimes very unfairly) wait until they've built a body of more adult work. JGL is not yet 30- he may have to hang on for awhile.

If pushed to predict, I'd definitely say yes. Could be in his 40's, but he'll win one.

3. Is there any other sport that you haven't gotten into yet, but you'd like to someday?

I'd like to expand our tennis coverage to include football, that way I can hideout in the locker rooms see more live events. Even though I like tennis, it possesses nowhere near the level of firepower that I need to stop my job search- football is more my speed.

4. What do you think about contest season on MTF?

It has the potential to be problematic if people don't honour it in the spirit in which it's intended, but as long as those involved aren't negatively affected by it, it's fine. That said though, I'm not a fan. Internet contests are embarrassing to me, regardless of the type.

Wish you lots of happiness and sun in the new year. :hug:

You too always. Good luck- hope to see you on the other side. :kiss: