20 Thoughts on “Some may say I don’t have any fashion sense, I say to them, ‘Poppycock’ (H/T – AH)

  1. Daizi46 on June 28, 2011 at 8:00 am said:

    Interesting world you live in…do your voices ever have arguments about what to wear?? 😛

  2. yanktonirishred on June 28, 2011 at 9:36 am said:

    Nice shawl Nancy…did it come with a matching lap robe?

    Stop shopping at Good Sams.

  3. l3wis on June 28, 2011 at 10:19 am said:

    Next week I will show you my couch cushion cover pants.

  4. Beer Jew on June 28, 2011 at 12:31 pm said:

    All you need is some sequins and you will be stylin and profilin’ Whooooo!

  5. l3wis on June 28, 2011 at 1:08 pm said:

    Figure Four Baby!!!!!!

  6. yanktonirishred on June 28, 2011 at 1:26 pm said:

    So quick story…I’m managing Mulligans Sports bar (remember it? It is now Ernie’s on 41st.) I have a Sunday night off and get a call from the Kitchen Manager. I hate taking work calls on my night off. He says “Get down here. Fast!” And hangs up. So I rush down there expecting fire, plague, pestilence!!!! (at the very least naked women, but that usually only happened on Karaoke nights) instead I find sitting at the bar, the Horsemen. Ric Flair, Double A, Barry Windham, Kendall Windham and Curt Hennig. At the booths were Billy Kidman, Juventud Guererra, I think Rey Jr and Tori Wilson. All in town for a Monday Nitro the next night.

    My kitchen mngr was smart enough to comp everything for them and we more than made up for it in tips. They were dropping hunny’s like mad. Some where I have the photo of Me, Flair, Arn and Curt flashing the 4 fingers up.

    For a kid who grew up on Georgia Championship Wrasslin on the Superstation that was freaking AWESOME!!!!

    I do long for the Paisley Couch Cover pants. Please hurry with those pictures.

  7. Cool story, buddy.

  8. sodak.sunshine on June 28, 2011 at 1:57 pm said:

    Scott, you have something the fashion police will never have: funk!

  9. l3wis on June 28, 2011 at 2:34 pm said:

    YI – Please send me the photo and I will post.

    “Georgia Championship Wrasslin on the Superstation”

    Hilarious, 4 PM on Saturday’s all farm work would end so we could watch. The best was when Ricky from the R & R Express took off Flair’s sunglasses and stomped them. Oh, and I always enjoyed the Mulkey brothers getting their asses kicked.

  10. l3wis on June 28, 2011 at 3:14 pm said:

    Scott. Wow. I have no comment.

  11. Beer Jew on June 28, 2011 at 3:25 pm said:

    Post that picture–NOW!

  12. yanktonirishred on June 28, 2011 at 5:41 pm said:

    I will dig up the picture. I have converted most to external hard drive but my “bar/band” pics are all thrown together in a box in the garage with the other few things I held on to from bachelorhood! Will dig out and find ASAP!!

  13. l3wis on June 28, 2011 at 7:52 pm said:

    Why wasn’t I called about this? Meeting Ric Flair rates up there with meeting . . . oh, I am speechless.

  14. scott on June 28, 2011 at 8:44 pm said:

    If that was the last Nitro that was in Sioux Falls, I snuck into the Sheraton bar the next night and got pic and autographs. Including the Macho Man. They say Flair still wrestles because he spent every dime he ever made.

  15. l3wis on June 28, 2011 at 8:46 pm said:

    Fuck. I would too.

  16. Beer Jew on June 28, 2011 at 9:07 pm said:

    I had been let down on multiple occasions when Flair was advertised to be in Sioux Falls. One of the times l3wis and I went, he was actually in a contract dispute with WCW.
    I was a full-time non traditional student engulfed in school, a newlywed, and very very broke. When I heard Nitro was coming to town and Flair was advertised on the bill again, I pretty much blew it off. I’ve always wanted to meet Flair because I hated him as a little kid, liked him as a teen, and when I read my first dirt sheet at 19, I realized he was the best in the business. He kept me entertained for 30 of my (almost) 40 years of life. I despise the fact that Flair “unretired”, but that’s his life and perogative. He’s The Nature Boy and that’s all you need to know. Actually, his divorces have cost him his wealth.
    Spend every last dime you have? Whoooooooooo! Cadillacs, Diamond Rings, Lovely ladies, Cocaine, Limousines, the Biggest house on the biggest side of town!! Whoooooo!

  17. I took my kid to that Nitro, and through connections was in the second row behind the announcer’s table. It was a strange night in some ways, as one of the announcers was also a Scott Hudson. Halfway through the show, he interviewed DDP in the ring, and DDP knocked him “unconscious”. I had relatives who hadn’t seen me in quite some time that were watching at home, and finding out that Scott Hudson was beaten up by wrestlers in Sioux Falls had them concerned for my well being.

    Then during the main event, there was a scheduled run-in by Hogan and Nash. Two minutes before their spot, they crouched down next to Alec and I. They then rushed the ring, and ended up throwing another wrestler through the announcer’s table two feet in front of us.

  18. l3wis on June 29, 2011 at 3:17 am said:

    I hope you didn’t spill your Bud Light?

  19. yanktonirishred on June 29, 2011 at 10:33 am said:

    That was the Nitro Scott!!! I was row 6 opposite of the walkway.

    The search for pics continues. Scott you probably weren’t called because both Zaugg and I had the night off.

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