I‘m still stuck at the hospital because of something stupid that I did. And for the first time in two weeks, I don’t know what to write this Sunday night… instead of bringing back my old habit called Sunday Night Questions!
For those who have forgotten what the series is about, this is where I answer 5 yes-or-no questions, and there is no need to explain my answer (but it is allowed).
Now, let’s get started!
Continue reading Sunday Night Questions VII
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One of my weaknesses when it comes to writing is make a decent pro wrestling review or prediction post. I needed to make sure that every information and every graphic is on the piece, and it can take a day to do so. But because of my day job, and then my mental health issues became worse, I really can’t make time for writing about a lot of things, let alone writing ‘rasslin.
Writin’ ‘Rasslin. Sounds like a blog segment I can do. Dibs!
But since getting confined at the hospital for two weeks, I have been writing a lot of poems and becoming more comfortable writing lengthier pieces. And then I thought, “maybe I should take another shot at predicting the match results of WrestleMania 35?” I mean it is going to happen tomorrow April 7. (That’s Sunday night in the US, and that’s April 8, Monday morning in the Philippines.)
And then I reviewed the match card, and it has 16 matches. SIXTEEN goddamned matches. Are you kidding me? I have little time to run down every buildup for every match and then have the match graphics edited within the day. It’s just impossible! (sighs)
With that in mind, let me introduce my countermeasure on such scenario: a new segment called Fast Forecast, where I list down all the matches on a Pay-Per-View event on a table format, and then highlight my predicted winner in crimson red. Sounds good? I think so. (I should have done this a long time ago though.)
Now. Here. We. Go!
Continue reading Fast Forecast I: WWE WrestleMania 35
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Spoiler & Trigger Warning: Very crucial information about Person of Interest: Synecdoche (Season 5, Episode 11), and themes of depression, suicide. Please be advised.
Continue reading Notes to Self XXIII