Post by Hacksaw Jim Powers on Nov 7, 2012 18:33:15 GMT -5
In the Nov. 3, 1997 Raw edition of Review-A-Wai, John attempts to describe HHH's reference to Pontius Pilate, the judge at Jesus Christ's trial.
It seems as though both John and HHH seem to be confusing Pilate with either Judas or Peter, the apostles that betrayed and denied Christ, respectively. In the accounts in the Gospel, Pilate is always apparently reluctant and incredulous that the public wants to see Jesus crucified, but ultimately is bound by his duty to serve the public and condemn Christ to crucifixion.
Also John, why do you keep crying about having to pay your traffic fine?
You committed the infraction, you even admitted it. If you get caught breaking the law, you gotta pay.
Why complain that you had the option to go to court and have your fine reduced? They reduced your fine, didn't they? Then You Won, man. You beat the system.
They want you to just send a check or use your debit card to pay the full fine without contesting it. The fact that you were able to go to the Hall Of Justice and plead your case, your baseless incorrect case, and then they let you off much lighter should make you happy.
You didn't have to pay the whole fine, so it was like you were only 1/3 guilty. I say chalk up another point for Pollock
Post by Hacksaw Jim Powers on Nov 14, 2012 5:06:55 GMT -5
During the Royal Rumble 1999 Review-A-Wai, Wai attempts to figure out what Billy Gunn meant by, "If you're not down with WBMC, we got two words for ya!", and finds a number of different possibilities for what WBMC might stand for.
The problem with that is Billy Gunn actually said "WPMC".