~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Subject: Ramblings Date: Friday, August 14, 1998 To: email@example.com From: Michelle Starr The time is near. It will be coming on the 28th., at the Eagles Hall. It will be a time of bloodshed. It will be a time of tears. It will be a time of fun. It will be filled with joy. It will be erotic and also sick. It will be the most barbaic display of torture you have ever seen. It will be so violent that fans will shriek in terror. It will be the night that the Glamour Order of Discipline detroys the Portland Connection and carves up the DPO. It will also be the time that Johnny and I embrace in a deep loving, tender, powerfull, full kiss. Gorgeous Michelle Starr ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ GUEST RAMBLINGS... Date: Sat, 10 Oct 1998 To: firstname.lastname@example.org With Your Very Special Guest Star: Torch Let me first say that Johnny Canuck is definately one of the toughest competitors I have ever faced. A few of you may recall a match I had with him in Chilliwack close to a year ago. We almost tore apart the building, and we broke the ring when Johnny whipped me into the corner so hard the middle rope broke off! I guess since this is Johnny's page, and I'm his guest here, I'm obligated to put him over. I'll continue. One of the first real impressions I have of Johnny Canuck was several years ago when I went to watch an outdoor training session of aspiring wrestlers. It seemed that the students were wussing out somewhat on taking their deserved beatings, so head trainer Michelle Starr sent big ol' J.C. in their to introduce them to the clothesline. I have mentioned on my own site (www.eccw.com/torch/) how Canuck has the deadliest clothesline in the northwest. I'll tell you, I got it easy compared to these poor saps. All kidding aside, though, the most lasting impression that I'll have of Johnny Canuck will always be one of my first ECCW shows. Johnny was hurt. He was hurt bad. I saw him arrive at the building, and he could barely walk. He was in a rough way. The main event of that show was a tag team cage match with Johnny and Starr against two other guys that I can't remember. Johnny went out there and put on one hell of a show and destroyed the opposition. You would never have known that the virtual cripple who walked into the building earlier in the day was the same man who was doing splashes off the ropes, kicking butt and taking names. It's no surprise that J.C. is a member of Team Extreme. Feel free to visit my own home page at www.eccw.com/torch/
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