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Donna asks…

Who is disappointed about the Legends of Wrestlemania game at this point?

I’m certainly am. I haven’t bought a SD! game since SD! vs. RAW 06. The game has no linking animation during the combo finishers. How do you have DiBiase go from powerslam to fist drop to Million Dollar Dream without picking them up for the finisher? It’s like cutscenes thrown together and that’s garbage. Then, there’s no referee in the game, which sucks. I want to knock the ref out and cheat, you know.

Finally, I saw no coat on The Underaker as he came down the aisle. Even worse, when Paul Bearer lifts the urn, ‘Taker lifts his arms and shakes as if he had the Holy Spirit. Sorry, but ‘Taker sat up or dropped to a knee when the urn was hoisted. Why HBK giving fans’ high fives as he comes down the aisle? Wasn’t he a heel back then in the majority of Manias back then?

Now, I’m not nitpicking so don’t flame me on this. I had high hopes for the game, too. That was THQ going around saying historical accurateness. So, where‘s it at? LOL!!!

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Truthfully, I’ve been disappointed with every WWE game since Here Comes The Pain which was the last really good one, although SVR 2006 was pretty good (the best out of the SVR series in my opinion)

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Carol asks…

Do y’all hope your kid(s) turn out like you?

I mean, if your kid climbs into your lap and says I want to grow up and be just like you…. you can take it at face value, smile and say awww, thank you…yet we know in our hearts our weaknesses and foibles that they can’t see, and think immediately of the bad thingsa, at least I did today. One day, I might agree and think yes, this came on the heels of that right thing I did and he saw it, and understands lets say sharing, or forgiveness, or my cool temper with the grumpy neighbor…on another day, I might come out and say to him indirectly, you do not want this quality, you do not want to do what I do, do what I say….there are days I don’t want my kid to be like me. Ever think that way?

Okay, you want an example….Um, my son (12) said he wanted to be like me once a long time ago (8ish?). He likes the fact I built him a 5 story treehouse out of scrap wood, with a fireman pole you have to slide down to get out from. I am building a sauna from good pre-owned wood (from the dump), and other recovered scraps (bricks of shingles, etc) for the family, because we are Finnish, and I would like one and I think they will like one. I built the kids a 60 foot tall swing between two 90 foot tall white pines in our rather large yard, and the kids love it (The neightbors think I am nuts and so does a neighboring insurance man who told me my homeowners might cancel me if they ever knew…..whatever…) I am lower middle class, and I grew up higher middle class. Soooo, I would say financially, I/we have not done as well as where we came from, even though we both work full-time. Okay, here it is…I DON’T WANT MY BOY TO DO THE THINGS I DO !!! I WANT HIM TO DO/HAVE BETTER.Build with new wood. Have the olympic gym/swingset/store bought fort thing. I am not a carpenter, but I manage to create somewhat wfe things no one has died on yet…. I give my kids good things I think they will enjoy, since I cannot give them the things they want (horses, RV trips, a cabin, etc). Yet I still can’t fully accept the “high honor” from my son that he wants to be like me when he grows up. I don’t want him to turn out like me, scrimping, scrounging, make do with leftovers, taking “scraps from the master’s table” as it were. These are okay, but I find it hard to look him in the eye and tell him straight faced..”Everybody collects golf balls on the course cuz they are soooo darned expensive.” This is something I do that gives us exercise and free balls (some really nice Nike balls too), but I don’t want him to do this later in life. Please, Lord don’t let him folllow my example on this one. I’ll utter in prayer….

I ALWAYS hope that my (soon to be four) kids will do better than we do/did, and will aim high, even higher, so they might just experience things better. Just better. My life hasn’t been bad, I just know there are things I want him to steer clear of and pursue instead. What do you think? Can you accept a child’s I want to be like you compliment without reservations? And should we?

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I need more information please, you’re being to vague. LOL, Just kidding. You sound like a really loving parent and as any good one does, you hope for the best for your kids.

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