> Most of us think that there are better options for the main event of
> Wrestlemania XXX than Randy Orton defending against Batista. But
> exactly how many are there? That is what I would like your readers to
> help me find out.
> I whomped up a program to randomly match up an Elimination Chamber
> participant (the champion heading into Wrestlemania) against a Royal
> Rumble participant (the challenger) 177 different possibilities for
> the Wrestlemania XXX main event. With a click of a button, you choose
> whether you believe that this matchup would be a better main event, a
> worse main event, or that you have no opinion. Every new vote will
> bring up a new matchup, and after you've voted at least once, you will
> be able to see all of the results in real time as voted upon by your
> Anyway, if you feel like wasting some time to give us some data
> points, you can access from
> Vote early and vote often!
> – Joe
Cesaro defending against El Torito was my fave.
Anyway it got me thinking. What are some matches that stand out to you that would have been rated higher had they ended in a certain spot?
And back to Rock vs Cena. Is it out of the realm of possibility that we will see a third match?
The Working Man. One of the cool things about the SCSA podcast is that he seems eternally grateful for the fact he’s not a ‘working man’ and appreciates every single listener who busts their proverbial hump driving trucks, digging ditches, and so on. I also saw this video by Mike Rowe about how we don’t appreciate manual laborers as much as we should:
Are you a workin’ man? Hard labor or white collar? Are you satisfied, or do you feel a job should satisfy you? Have you ever had to hire someone? What do you think makes for a great job candidate?
I ask because there is a broadcasters job fair tomorrow and I’m pretty serious about going – but am nervous. My current job pays most of the bills, is relatively low-key (Shit I’m writing this *at* work), but it doesn’t satiate the soul in a way I think a creative job would.
So I’m torn – I doubt I’ll get a job offer that will match what I’m making here, and I’m not sure if I want to toss overboard this gig for something a little uncertain. That’s of course, implying a broadcaster wants to hire me.
Resume / Interviewing / Cover letter tips welcome!
I’m going to throw you 2 different ideas.