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Yeah, Ludacris did deuces at the end of his spiel when he threw up a peace sign, so for me anwyay, Luda translated Truth from a week prior. Thank goodness.Alright, B, I'm agreeing with you now. The Rock shit was too much. If the opening is half as long, it's fun and it's good. If something violent happens at the end (and it's half as long), it's fun and it's good. But they've sort of painted themselves into a corner with him until Mania, and to a degree I understand the idea that if they have him for a night, they're going to use the ever-loving shit out of him, but he can't fight with Cena yet, and fighting with anyone else wouldn't make much sense. I would've gladly settled for Altered Beast Bossman.Cena-Miz was really good until the ending, when I had literally the exact same thought process you did. But that was the best Miz looked in the ring since he wrestled Bryan on Raw in February or something. Hopefully they'll take this chance to rebuild him into a good heel character who can actually dish out a shitkicking or two now that the belt is off of him, and avoid another Sheamus ball-dropping. http://putbne.com [url=http://arcvmypqx.com]arcvmypqx[/url] [link=http://pwkljrtnq.com]pwkljrtnq[/link]
over eight years ago
I love him. I think he's definitely the most initersetng person to ever come from American Idol, as well as one of the most initersetng singers to come around for a really long time. was starting to get rather boring before he showed up to entertain us.Anyway, when I first heard For Your , I have to admit that I was almost afraid that I wouldn't like his because I was kind of hoping that he'd go a bit more into the Rock direction that I loved on Idol. But after hearing the rest of the , now I'm glad that he didn't just stick to one genre because his versatility is part of what makes him so great. I love how he goes from the really catchy Dance like to the beautiful ballads like Soaked , plus I still got my big Rock like Aftermath (my absolute fave), so I'm happy. It definitely has a little something for everyone.
over eight years ago
Oyaji Gaijin nailed it on the head!!! I will give the American Top Gear a ccnhae, but not a big one. The best thing about Top Gear is the British humor. That lovely dry wit will be missing with the American version I fear. I will give it a little bit and then go back to the BBCA version. I pray that they do a good job at translating like they did with The Office'; American Idol'; Dancing with the Stars' and a bunch of other show we have ripped off from Europe. American TV producers are almost as good at creating new shows as Detroit is good at designing interiors!!!! http://honfozzuxl.com [url=http://gfhjitzti.com]gfhjitzti[/url] [link=http://vhmqwn.com]vhmqwn[/link]
over eight years ago
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