blogs...arent exactly my thing..u have to write ur personal bio etc and i aint into sharing my way of life with other people, besides forums are alot more open minded and have more traffic than blogs do, and i didnt said i just simply wanted to voice my opinion i said i wanted to do that but also getting feedback from others, i simply said i dont argue or discuss with others.
i'm afraid ur not quite comprehending my way of doing things here but that's oke..
I can`t even be bothered to sit through 1 show lol. But yeah, its for the money since the ratings on raw & smackdown have gone the shitter... even another show with the same viewers means more money for vince.
They get a lot of money for the shows. I red that USA Network is very happy with WWE RAW being 3 hours. So I would say money
The so-called "B-shows" are excellent for giving the also-rans and newbies some time before a camera, mic and audience bigger than an indie gym. If you're concerned about the wrestlers' livelihood, you should be thankful for these shows because, otherwise, rarely and non-pushed guys like Yoshi Tatsu would serve no use on a roster and would be let go.
A Blog is more towards the idea of "this is how I view it" and then the people who hear you talk about what you just said and give feedback from the said topic. It would be closer to you giving a speech and the comments section is the "meet and greet" part of your lecture. With what you have said, it makes more sense (to me) for the purpose of what you are seeking to accomplish. Like you said, you don't care about what others think because you have your own specific taste. If this is the case, what is the point of seeking feedback?
And honestly, the Blog thing has nothing to do with your personal life and choices. I have written several blogs on this site and while I have used a few examples of my personal self, the majority of it was only used to explain my way of thinking on a topic (example: I grew up in the South so I watched more JCP and WCW than WWF. This helped me to learn to appreciate the "art of wrestling" rather than the "spectacle of wrestling"). Since it is your piece of writing, you choose what to say and what not to say so you can exclude whatever you'd like. My point here isn't to make an issue out of nothing, rather trying to help you see that the desires you are trying to accomplish are better suited for a different section; this will help you to avoid those headaches when people who speak in an open forum contradict your point of view into oblivion. If anything, I am just sharing a bit of knowledge I have learned through this process and trying to help another forum user out. Of course, you will make the choice to do what best fits your ideas but we're all here as a "cyber community" so I figured to reach out and help another member.
I said i didnt cared about what others think? :S i dont remember ever saying such a thing, i DO care what others think if i didnt then why would i bother reply and make topics then? i want feedback i want people to express their opinions and share it with me, i'm not close minded i want chat i want talk i want condractition, what i dont do though is to bother reply againt those who disagree because i respect all opinions, wether agreeing or disagreeing with me, i dont mind all feedback is welcome.
You are right, you want people to "share" things with you but you want them to share their opinions of what you said. Kind of like if someone was to tell you that the thing you like so much or miss about wrestling isn't what interest them, you would rather turn it into an "that's stupid because it contradict my views" conversation rather than seeking to understand why something that doesn't appeal to you is more appealing to them. It's a self gratification just to hear others speak on your opinion rather than open debate on a topic, which to my understanding, is what the boards are to be used for.
Also, why would say that "all feedback is welcome" when the previous sentence implies that you'll ignore negative feedback? You stated that you