Tuesday, September 06, 2005

Rasslin' in Houston

I saw this article in the Houston Chronicle this morning. I saw it in the online edition of course, since I'm not going to buy a paper and kill a tree when I can read for free on them there internets. Anyway, I figured we probably had a wrestling school in Houston, but I didn't know that one of the female DJs from the radio station I listen to most is one of their wrestlers. She says she just started doing it for the exercise, but I guess she stays for the excitement of potentially receiving a crippling injury.

My husband informs me that he checked out this wrestling school back when he was thinking about maybe being a wrestler and he thought it seemed fairly seedy and fly-by-night. Also, he says the guy the article refers to as Tugboat Taylor was also briefly known as the Shockmaster. Very, very briefly. Please read this item about the Shockmaster, entitled "Worst Entrance Ever", from Wrestlecrap. It's hilarious and has lovely visual aids to help illustrate said hilarity. X-Entertainment also has a funny story that includes a bit on ol' SM, so here's a link to that as well.

Weird ways people find this page

I've been looking at the links people used to find this blog, and some of them are pretty funny. I think my favorite is this one, where someone used Swedish (?) Google to search for "midgetsploitation". Hooray! That's weird!

I also seem to have gotten hits from people searching for info on Bryan Abrams of Color Me Badd, but I can't figure out how they got here through the links they did. I've tried searching it (from German Yahoo!) but I didn't find me. Somebody else searched for "San Angelo Weight Watchers". I hope they eventually found what they were looking for.

You can also find me if you search for "Hlodnik", which was a Vile Recipe I posted back in February 2004. Icky!