Friday, August 17, 2007

My Loss, Your Gain

Of course you didn't think that your trusty blogger disserted you. Not at all. You know I care for all you faceless internet assholes that watch videos here. I know, I'm an asshole and everything for letting you guys down this week. The page impressions on Adsense prove it. But I say let bygones be bygones. So I didn't go to see fireworks tonight. Or go see "Superbad". There's always tomorrow. Tonight, I am stoned and willing to discuss the Iron Sheik's adventures on Youtube, to the surprise of everyone. I know. Anyhow, I have decided to use Dailymotion for any and all Sheik clips, too. Also, Myspace Videos. Shit, even ifilm, whatever that is. And that website with the porno clips, too. It's for a good reason! Among the people coming here, there's gotta be some social outcast fiending for creepy underground snuff film starring Sheiky Baby and some cracked-out hooker from Jersey City.

Okay, I wrote that like 10 hours ago. I have woken up and noticed that I left my air conditioner on all night. That's terrible, but I'll get over it. And I watched the remake of Bad News Bears starring Billy Bob Thornton. Apparently, his last name IS spelled "Thornton". Yep.

Now, I shall review Sheik videos from throughout the internets for you, for me and that pop group that made that song "Steal My Sunshine".

I love this segment and made me love wrestling all over again. Even with the ridiculous overanalysis displayed in frivolous messageboard posts, it's things like this that make me continue to be a fan of this stupid shit. I love it. Who were the standout performers, you might ask? I think EVERYONE was great. Jillian sings worse every week.

Volkoff and Sheik did tremendous. Volkoff's song has never changed over the years. Sheik is such a pro because he still does the "calming down" hand routine to rile up the crowd a little bit more. Regal and Sheik got into it a bit, which is great. I love watching immigrants fight.

The judges were great, especially Maria and Regal. The Lillian/Santino interaction brought a tear to my eye. Santino and Lillian should sing a duet that could be as well-accepted as that song by Huey Lewis and Gwenyth Paltrow. And also, DAMN~~~~~~~~~~~~~~.


This is a Sheiky Baby Megamix. I don't know, it didn't entertain me too much. But it was nice to read the words that he was saying during this one particular drunken tirade.

Nas' video for "It Ain't Hard to Tell", from his classic album, "Illmatic". Dude freak beats, slam it like Iron Sheik, jams like a tech with correct techniques.

Anyways, I might be back tomorrow, but for now, let me just tell all of you that I love black people, even if my relatives taught me to walk on the other side of the street whenever I saw them.

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