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Josuke Higashikata
Mar 7, 2013

No need to apologise when I am right, like usual.





The internet was a mistake.

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Paracaidas
Sep 24, 2016
Literal Nazi

Is the company dumb enough to, in the near future, run a fake allegation/entrapment angle that's far more explicit than the Lana/Rusev/Enzo semi-cuck one?

I think we all know this answer.

WrasslorMonkey
Mar 5, 2012

...And how appropriate, that the gif you grovel for is your very own. A victim of your own greed, wallowing in the muck of avarice...


MotU posted:

if i didn't tell my employers i was under criminal investigation uhhhhh id be instantly fired too im p sure thats true of most jobs

So none of them have come forward yet?

syzpid
Aug 9, 2014


Gonzo McFee posted:

I get what you're saying, however they paid $1000 for Raw. They knew in advance it was going to be a two venue Raw. Raw sucks 90% of the time when it's not just okay but a drag.

It was never going to be worth it. Especially when everything that was worth seeing was obviously going to be done in the bigger venue with the larger crowd.

If you still disagree please paypal me $1000 for the Good Gonzo McFee posts. I've not done one yet but at $1000 I must be advertising something worth it!

So this is sort of wrestling related, because it involves Bubba The Love Sponge. But when Bubba was leaving Sirius he was promoting that you'd get to hear the real, uncut, uncensored Bubba that Sirius wouldn't let him do at his new place, RadioIO. During the first 2 or 3 months of him being on you didn't need a subscription, but after that you'd have to pay to listen. On top of that he was really pushing that people should "Drop the Tre" which among other things was basically a 3 year subscription and a "Golden Ticket". He couldn't tell you what the Golden Ticket was, and you could only buy the Tre up until he stopped doing free shows. Of course a three year subscription was a lot less then 300 dollars, but since you were getting the Golden Ticket, it was worth it.

During the whole time he was doing the free shows, people complained that it was a lot of him promoting his merchandise and padding. He would tell them "Don't worry, this show is 2/10 or 4/10 but once we get the paywall up, you'll get the real deal 20/10 show". When the paywall went up, the show was just as bad, and Bubba half assed it until it had been long enough that people couldn't do chargebacks on their credit cards. He eventually spent the whole radioio show promoting his chicken dip, and then just stopped showing up and had other members of his crew do it.

And the golden ticket? It was 100 bucks of radioio stock, which was basically a pennystock during it's whole existence.

Gonzo McFee
Jun 19, 2010

Your voice may have changed but your breath is still the same.

My goodness, Hot Stuff!


I'm glad Awesome Kong beat him up for the horrible poo poo he said about Haiti and then Mick Foley stiffed him for getting Kong fired.

RZApublican
Nov 6, 2007

I'm an alien.


syzpid posted:

So this is sort of wrestling related, because it involves Bubba The Love Sponge. But when Bubba was leaving Sirius he was promoting that you'd get to hear the real, uncut, uncensored Bubba that Sirius wouldn't let him do at his new place, RadioIO. During the first 2 or 3 months of him being on you didn't need a subscription, but after that you'd have to pay to listen. On top of that he was really pushing that people should "Drop the Tre" which among other things was basically a 3 year subscription and a "Golden Ticket". He couldn't tell you what the Golden Ticket was, and you could only buy the Tre up until he stopped doing free shows. Of course a three year subscription was a lot less then 300 dollars, but since you were getting the Golden Ticket, it was worth it.

During the whole time he was doing the free shows, people complained that it was a lot of him promoting his merchandise and padding. He would tell them "Don't worry, this show is 2/10 or 4/10 but once we get the paywall up, you'll get the real deal 20/10 show". When the paywall went up, the show was just as bad, and Bubba half assed it until it had been long enough that people couldn't do chargebacks on their credit cards. He eventually spent the whole radioio show promoting his chicken dip, and then just stopped showing up and had other members of his crew do it.

And the golden ticket? It was 100 bucks of radioio stock, which was basically a pennystock during it's whole existence.

But was it good chicken dip?

syzpid
Aug 9, 2014


RZApublican posted:

But was it good chicken dip?

every review I saw of it online said it was awful and overpriced. People also complained that it was heavily processed chicken. It was made by Back9 Dips, and they eventually went out of business because they had to do a recall of 110,000 pounds of dip because it had anchiove in it and wasn't marked on the packaging. They were also on Shark Tank before going out of business, but I don't think anyone was interested.

Apparently Back9 found some way to get out of paying Bubba, because the last time he mentioned on the air he was cursing that the chicken dip people had screwed him over.

Defiance Industries
Jul 22, 2010

I've hacked into the most secret government and corporate secrets.



I don't know what chicken dip is but it sounds vile.

Yardbomb
Jul 11, 2011

What's with the eh... bretonnian dance, sir?


Defiance Industries posted:

I don't know what chicken dip is but it sounds vile.

It can be alright, it's usually like, shredded chicken, hot sauce, ranch, some bit of cream to it, that sorta deal.

No input on any of the spongeman's dip though.

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exploded mummy
Sep 10, 2008

So, so you think you can tell
Heaven from hell
Blue skies from pain
Can you tell a green field
From a cold steel rail?

- Incubus



Doctor Rope

Defiance Industries posted:

I don't know what chicken dip is but it sounds vile.

do you like cheese dip

do you like chicken

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