Day 7: Still no looks...and a small tribute to wrestler Eddie Guerrero  

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11/15/2005 6:56 am

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Day 7: Still no looks...and a small tribute to wrestler Eddie Guerrero

Well, I haven't had anyone check me out still. And I realized I was contributing my comments and voting and I was not getting any points received for it so I sent AdultFriendFinder an e-mail to that effect to have them update my point total so I can work my way to getting closer to getting a 1 month silver membership at least. I've checked out several members, and added them to my hotlist so I'm hoping I'll get some response to them. But the main thing is for me to contribute to AdultFriendFinder, build up the points, so I can at least build up enough points to see if a silver membership will help me meet some new people here at AdultFriendFinder. I'm trying to keep positive, but I guess I'm not as attractive as some of the muscle guys here that the women are attracted to, so the only thing I've got going for me is the fact that I'm real. And I love pretzels. It's well known that women love men that love pretzels.

Seriously though, I'll just keep trying. It's all I can do now.

Also, on a side note, I just wanted to say that I'm a big wrestling fan, and last night watching the tribute show to latino wrestler Eddie Guerrero was completely heartbreaking to watch. Eddie was one of the best wrestlers today, and his death on Sunday at the age of 38 made me think about my own mortality, and it made me appreciate how much I love my own family. It helped me appreciate how he was a great wrestler, a great entertainer, and also how a man like himself could be so humble and a family man as well. He could amaze you with his wrestling ability, make you love him one minute and hate him the next and then love him once again. He was a performer of the highest caliber, and most of all, his heart could be seen as he performed for the business he loved more than anything else in the world other than his family.
I know that this is a site for talking about adult enjoyment, and that we normally talk about those things here, but I could not let it go by without talking about Mr. Guerrero and sharing it with all of you.
Wrestling is considered by some as a white trash/redneck program, or entertainment bunk by some, or even a soap opera for guys. But to me, wrestling is about life. It's about the fight taken to the most basic levels, and portrayed to show us the struggles of man. Antagonist vs. Protagonist, man vs. man, and fighting to show who is the better man. Yes, it's not real to some degree, or as I like to call it "scripted", but who friggin cares? To see these wrestlers entertain us and put on a show like this shows true heart. They get injured. They sweat and bleed real blood, and the fight to entertain us. And Eddie Guerrero was one of those wrestlers that when you watched him, you could see the emotion that he poured out onto the wrestling ring.
For those of you that are into wrestling, you know what I mean. For those of you that are not, I invite you to at least watch wrestling on television, just to check it out one night and watch it with an open mind that these people that are performing for us are doing it because they love it. Some of these wrestlers are on the open road as much as 300 nights a year, performing all over the world. The spend months at a time away from their families. The sacrifice they give to entertain us is amazing. And they deserve to be appreciated and celebrated.
Eddie, I will miss you, and I will never forget you. I know you are in a better place right now, performing for a one supreme being act right now, and I hope that one day, I will be able to meet you when I also move on. But for now, I will say...thank you. Thank you Eddie Guerrero, and may god bless you.

Thanks for reading.


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