Jump to content


  • Posts

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Posts posted by Lord_Warlord

  1. **We Are Looking For Soldiers This Isnt A Social Club***
    Welcome to the 18th US Regulars we are dedicated reenactors portraying the professional soldier in the western theater. If you have the mindset come join our ranks .we are based in Georgia will accept members from the surrounding states come one come all.
    Established with other US Regular Army Regiments in the Regular Brigade at Camp Thomas, Ohio July 1861. Participated in the Western Campaigns of the War as a part of the US XIV Army Corps Under MG George Thomas, MG John M. Palmer and MG Jefferson C. Davis. 
    Now the reactived progressive unit is looking for new members to our group. We have members in Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, South Carolina and we would love to have you guys join.
    Email: Cpl.Shane Pinson ([email protected]) or Call 770-382-2623 or Captain Smith contact at him at [email protected]

    • Like 1
  2. The 90th Illinois Infantry was organized at Chicago, Illinois and mustered into Federal service on September 7, 1862. Nicknamed the "Irish Legion" or the "Second Irish". Now the reactived progressive unit is looking for new members to our group. We have members in Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, South Carolina and we would love to have you guys join.
    Email: Pvt.Shane Pinson ([email protected]) or Call 678-577-0089


  3. let's remember some of the other pro wrestlers who died before their time.


    # Ravishing Rick Rude — Died at 40 of an apparent heart attack in 1999, a bottle of prescription pills for his bad back at his side. The autopsy report said he died of "mixed medications." Rude was an admitted user of anabolic steroids.


    # Louis Mucciolo, a.k.a, Louie Spicolli — Died in 1998 at age 27 when he suffocated on his own vomit after ingesting massive amounts of Soma and alcohol. Investigators also found an empty vial of testosterone, pain pills and an anti-anxiety drug at the scene.


    # Brian Pillman — An admitted user of steroids, he died of a heart attack at age 35 in 1997 on the morning of WWF's In Your House: Badd Blood pay-per-view event.


    # Rick "the Renegade" Williams — Died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound at age 33 after being released from his World Championship Wrestling contract in 1999.


    # "Mr. Perfect" Curt Hennig — Found dead of a cocaine overdose at age 44 in his motel room on April 10, 2003, the morning of a match. Hennig's father maintained that steroids and painkillers contributed to his death.


    # Rodney "Yokozuna" Anoa'i — Died of a heart attack in 2002 at 34.


    # Davey Boy Smith, "The British Bulldog" — Died of a heart attack at age 39 on May 17, 2002. An autopsy report indicated that past steroid use had likely played a part in his death.


    # Michael "Road Warrior Hawk" Hegstrand — An admitted steroid user, he died of a heart attack at age 46 in 2003.


    # Michael Lockwood, "Crash Holly" — In 2003, at the age of 32, he choked to death on his own vomit after ingesting 90 painkiller pills.


    # Jerry Tuite, "The Wall" a.k.a. "Malice" — Died at age 36 in 2003 of an apparent heart attack in his hotel room.


    # Raymond "Hercules" Hernandez — Dead of heart failure in 2004 at age 47.


    # Ray "The Big Boss Man" Traylor — Found dead of a heart attack in 2004 at age 42.


    # Eddie Guerrero — After a long battle with painkillers, he was found dead of a heart attack by his nephew in his hotel room at age 38. The first person his nephew reportedly called was Guerrero's best friend, Chris Benoit.


    # Chris Candido — Died in 2005 at age 33 from a blood clot after breaking his tibia and fibula and dislocating his ankle in a pay-per-view event.


    # Owen Hart — Fell to his death at age 34 in 1999 when the rigging that was lowering him into the ring malfunctioned.


    And then there's the story of the Von Erich wrestling family.


    Wrestling patriarch Fritz Von Erich,AKA Jack Adkisson, had five wrestling sons: Kevin, David, Kerry, Mike and Chris.


    David died in a hotel room in Tokyo at the age of 25 in 1984 just as he was embarking on a three-week pro wrestling tour of Japan. The official cause of death was acute enteritis, severe inflammation of the intestines.


    Three years later, Mike committed suicide by overdosing on the tranquilizer Placidyl at the age of 23. After David's death, Mike had suffered a series of setbacks including a serious shoulder injury that had left him severely depressed.


    Devastated by the deaths of his older brothers and frustrated by his own limitations as a wrestler, the youngest and smallest brother, Chris, shot himself to death at the age of 21 in 1991.


    Two years later, Kerry, who had battled a long addiction to painkillers, died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound at the age of 33, leaving eldest brother Kevin as the only survivor of the sport that had defined his family.

  4. i dont know what to say about this...i cant put into words what i feel at this time. i just know that my thoughts and prayers go out to the benoit family and their friends. i was surfing the WWE website and looking for some info and this is what i found on the site.



    Detailed WWE/Benoit timeline

    Written: June 26, 2007


    Below is a detailed WWE/Chris Benoit timeline from Saturday to Monday:


    Saturday, June 23, 2007


    Chris Benoit was scheduled to appear at the WWE SmackDown/ ECW live event in Beaumont, Texas



    A co-worker received a voice message from Benoit. The message from Benoit stated he missed his flight and over slept and would be late to the WWE Live Event. The co-worker called Benoit back, Benoit confirmed everything he said in his voice message and sounded tired and groggy. Benoit then stated, “I love you”. The co-worker stated that it was “out of context.”



    The same co-worker was concerned with Benoit’s tone and demeanor and called Benoit for a second time. Benoit did not answer the call and the co-worker left a message stating “just call me back.”



    Benoit called the co-worker back stating he didn’t answer the call because he was on the phone with Delta changing his flight. Benoit stated he had a real stressful day due to Nancy and Daniel being sick with food poisoning. They discussed travel plans for the WWE Tour of Texas with Benoit still sounding groggy at this point according to the co-worker.



    A co-worker who consistently travels with Benoit, called Benoit from outside Houston airport and Benoit answered. Benoit told the co-worker that Nancy was throwing up blood and that Daniel was also throwing up. Benoit thought they had food poisoning. Benoit stated he changed his flight and he would be arriving into Houston at 6:30pm. Benoit told the co-worker to drive onto the WWE event.



    Benoit called WWE Talent Relations stating that his son was throwing up and that he and Nancy were in the hospital with their son, and that Benoit would be taking a later flight into Houston, landing late, but would make the WWE live event in Beaumont.



    A representative of Talent Relations called Benoit. The representative from Talent Relations asked Benoit what time Benoit was getting into Beaumont. Benoit responded he was leaving Atlanta at 9:20pm Eastern time arriving into Houston at 9:24pm Central time. The representative from Talent Relations advised Benoit that it would be too late to make the WWE live event in Beaumont. Benoit apologized citing he had a family emergency. The representative from Talent Relations suggested to Benoit that instead of going to the WWE live event in Beaumont, Benoit should take the flight to Houston, rest up and be ready for the Vengeance Pay-Per-View event.



    The representative from Talent Relations called Benoit to reconfirm the travel plans with no answer from Benoit. The representative from Talent Relations left a voice message to take the flight and rest up.




    Sunday, June 24, 2007


    Text messages sent to co-workers from Chris Benoit and Nancy Benoit’s cell phones:


    Text Message 1

    Sent to: Two Co-Workers (the same who had verbal correspondence with Benoit the day before)

    From: Benoit’s cell phone

    When: 6/24 at 3:53am from

    Message: C, S. My physical address is 130 Green Meadow Lane. Fayetteville Georgia. 30215


    Text Message 2

    Sent to: Two Co-Workers (the same who had verbal correspondence with Benoit the day before)

    From: Benoit’s cell phone

    When: 6/24 at 3:53am

    Message: The dogs are in the enclosed pool area. Garage side door is open


    Text Message 3

    Sent to: Two Co-Workers (the same who had verbal correspondence with Benoit the day before)

    From: Nancy Benoit’s cell phone

    When: 6/24 at 3:54am

    Message: C, S. My physical address is 130 Green Meadow Lane. Fayetteville Georgia. 30215


    Text Message 4

    Sent to: Two Co-Workers (the same who had verbal correspondence with Benoit the day before)

    From: Nancy Benoit’s cell phone

    When: 6/24 at 3:55am

    Message: C, S. My physical address is 130 Green Meadow Lane. Fayetteville Georgia. 30215


    Text Message 5

    Sent to: A Co-Worker who consistently traveled with Benoit

    From: Nancy Benoit’s cell phone

    When: 6/24 at 3:58am

    Message: My address is 130 Green Meadow Lane. Fayetteville Georgia. 30215


    WWE made several attempts to contact Benoit via phone and text messages, as well as, the local hospitals in the Atlanta area. As of 11:00 pm Sunday night there was no contact made with Benoit.




    Monday, June 25, 2007



    WWE was notified of text messages sent to the two co-workers.



    WWE contacted the Fayetteville County Sheriff’s office and requested them to go to Benoit’s




    WWE received a call from the Fayetteville County Sheriff’s office, advising that they entered

    the house of Benoit and found 3 deceased bodies (a male, a female and a child). The Fayette County Sheriff’s office has secured the house as a “major crime scene” and that the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office had no further information.

  5. Sgt.Rock(2008) - I dont Know But It would Cool I Think

    Thor(2009) - But whoi do you get to play Thor?

    Nick Fury(2008) - I've heard they are looking for an unknown

    IronMan(2008) - it will kick butt

    GreenHornet(2009) - jet li would be great but would do you get for the hornet?

    Shazam(2009) - I Loved the comic so i hope they do it justice

    Wonder Woman(TBA) - well somebody that looks hot in the outfit,damn it that lynda carter is too old

    The Watchmen(2008) - i dont it will with the 300 guy behind it.

    Superman: The Man of Steel (2009) - but fan of superman so i hope they do good

    Sub-Mariner (2008) - namor is an butt

    Flash Gordon (2008) - just hope its better than the last movie but i liked the queen soundtrack.

    Wolverine (2007) - i think it will rock

    Captain America (2009) - what do you think about howie long?(aka captain america)

    Dark Knight, The (2008) - This will rock everyones world


  6. ladder matches are cool....i think the next one i'll pick up is the ulimate Ric Flair DVD,and talking about 80's wrestling.


    i can remember my first live wrestling event in 1980 at the old omni in atlanta and the main event that night was Tommy"Wildfire"Rich Vs "Maddog"Buzz Sawyer and Buzz busted Tommy open with catchers mask.


    then later on that i walked into the bathroom and saw tommy sitting on the sink naked and drunk out of his mind.


    funny stuff for an 8 year old to see.

  7. Sgt.Rock(2008)





    Nick Fury(2008)




    Wonder Woman(TBA)

    The Watchmen(2008)

    Superman: The Man of Steel (2009)

    Sub-Mariner (2008)

    Flash Gordon (2008)

    Wolverine (2007)

    Captain America (2009)

    Dark Knight, The (2008)


    Oscar winner William Hurt has joined the all-star cast of Marvel Studios' The Incredible Hulk.


    The movie, which Louis Leterrier is directing, sees Bruce Banner/Hulk on the run, trying to avoid capture long enough to cure the condition that turns him into a monster. Hurt will play Gen. Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross, the man who has dedicated his life to capturing the Hulk -- and who also is the father of Banner's love interest, Betty Ross.


    "Hulk" is shaping up to having one of the stronger comic book movie casts in quite a while as Hurt joins two-time Oscar nominee Edward Norton, who is playing Banner, Liv Tyler as Betty and Tim Roth as villain Emil Blonsky/the Abomination.


    Zak Penn wrote the latest big-screen adventure of the green goliath, which Universal Pictures is distributing.


    The film is being produced by Avi Arad, Gale Anne Hurd and Kevin Feige, while Jim Van Wyck, David Maisel, Ari Arad and Stan Lee executive produce. Shooting is slated to begin this summer in Toronto.



    Zack Snyder all but confirmed recently that Jude Law, Keanu Reeves and Patrick Wilson will star in Watchmen, but now John Cusack tells MTV he would love to be a part of the film:


    MTV: You can't Google your name without getting a hit for "Watchmen." Everyone wants you to be in this movie.


    Cusack: I'm in. Talk to Zack [snyder].


    MTV: Have you read the comic?


    Cusack: Yeah, I actually love the comic. Maybe this is how people get jobs in the modern world. Like, I come on MTV and then he'll see it and give it to me.


    MTV: Are you familiar with the character of Nite Owl?


    Cusack: There's that guy and then there's Rorschach, right? I like that. I like that stuff.


    MTV: Would you prefer to play Rorschach or Nite Owl?


    Cusack: I haven't read the script nor have I ever met Mr. Snyder. I thought that was a really, really cool comic. I'm into it. But, you know, we have to talk to Zack's representatives. What studio is doing the film?


    MTV: Warner Bros.


    Cusack: See, who knows. Warner Bros. might want Ashton Kutcher.


    MTV: I don't think that would work. John Cusack would work.


    Cusack: Welcome to my world.


    talked to Marvel Studios' Kevin Feige on the set of Iron Man on Wednesday about the company's future slate. What's next for the company, which has both the Jon Favreau-directed project and The Incredible Hulk hitting theaters next year?


    "I have a writer on 'Captain America' right now, hoping to get a director on that very soon to get that into the pipeline within the next year. Same thing with 'Thor,'" said Feige. "Mark Protosevich has delivered a 'Thor' script, David Self is writing 'Captain America.'"


    Feige talked a bit more about Captain America: "We'll have to play with Captain America as being a patriotic propoganda machine on one hand but also being a very human Steve Rogers interesting fascinating hero in his own right." Is the script they're developing a period piece? "Right now what we're developing would be about half and half."


    And what is the status of the Wolverine spinoff? "We have not signed a director yet, Fox has not signed a director yet... there's a lot of people in the mix. It's hard, I think it's very close. I think 'Wolverine' will be released first [before 'Magneto']."


    He added that for The Punisher 2, "Lionsgate is putting that one together with us right now. I think they'll be announcing a director in the near future and another star in the near future. The only reason I have any interest in doing another 'Punisher' movie is to do a better 'Punisher' movie. And if Marvel felt we wouldn't be able to do that, we wouldn't make it. We have a director, we'd like to announce an actor and a director together."


    What about a Ghost Rider 2, any plans? "Not that I've heard, I know they're promoting the DVD right now. But no discussions yet."


    For the big screen Sub-Mariner adaptation, "Jonathan Mostow is doing a rewrite on [self's] script with the intention to direct and that script should be coming in in a few weeks."


    Feige said that an Avengers movie could be possible in the future. "What was preventing certain characters from crossing over in the past is they were all divvied up for different studios with gates between them and they couldn't play in the same sandbox. Now we have Hulk, and Thor and Captain and Iron Man and Ant Man... it would certainly indicate to me that it might be fun to see them all in the sandbox at one point. But certainly we're introducing them and building them in their own franchises first." Zak Penn will write the script for the film.


    Any chance of a Marvel Zombies adaptation? "'Marvel Zombies' would be pretty cool," said Feige, who added that he'd also love to "put a 'Power Pack' script into development, I'd love to do a PG sort've 'Goonies'-style, those films I love as a kid in the '80s growing up. I'd love to do something like that with 'Power Pack."


    After the Iron Man movie (stay tuned for lots more from the set!), the second one out of the gate for Marvel Studios' independently-produced slate is "Hulk." "'The Hulk' movie will be different from the first one 'cause this one will be good," said Feige. "There are certain elements of the first film that I'm proud of, there are other elements that I'm not. In looking to reboot and start the franchise fresh and new, we wanted to start with a clean slate."


    While he says he loves the first film's cast, he's really excited about this one (Ed Norton, especially).









    a couple of weeks ago I was at the store a new DVD from WWE Home Video Called "Ric Flair & The Four Horsemen"


    Being A Big Fan Of Wrestling And Of Ric Flair In General,I Had To Pick It Up And Boy Am I Happy I Did.


    It Takes You All Way From The Start Of The Horsemen Thru Its End When Malenko & Benoit Left For The WWE. It Talks To Alot Of The Former Members Of The Group And Has A Disc Of Just Great Matches & Interviews.


    If Your A Fan Of wrestling Or The Four Horsemen You Should Pick It Up.






  • Create New...