Well maybe not. Interviewed Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 16, 2008, on the Bubba the Love Sponge Show (Sirius satellite radio, Howard 101), Terry "Hulk" Hogan said that he had not been contacted by anyone regarding such a match.
Still, that's a far cry from saying, "No. Nothing like that is going to happen," or some other actual door-closing comment.
Maybe Mr. McMahon can scrape together enough cabbage.
Kuwaiti Company Makes Huge Gas Find in Texas
So let me get this straight; letting China (CNOOC) buy Unocal was somehow an afront to both our security and our sensibilities as Americans, but it's OK to lease onshore drilling rights in the US to companies from Kuwait?? How does that benefit us in this time of dire need?
It probably doesn't, but given Halliburton's involvement and the Bush family's Saudi and Kuwaiti ties, it's not hard to imagine who it does benefit.
Imagine sitting on your hill in pre-biblical China, head full of dank.
The sun's gone down so you can't really space out on much anymore. You still have to wait a few thousand years for someone to invent the TV (lord knows your high-on ass is never gonna get around to it). And all the little noises coming out of nowhere are starting to freak you out.
The centuries pass. Herbal medication takes on a traditional role, passed down from generation to generation. Somewhere along the way someon...
I have held for years now that the damage brought about by the reign of George W. Bush can most clearly be measured by our (the United States') diminished standing in the world. This stretches will beyond the war in Iraq. Put plainly, while he has pursued a course of unilateralism bordering on the isolationist, the rest of the world has figured out it can get by just fine—and maybe even better—without us.
I see dozens of examples of this each and every day. The one at the link ...
Never has this unique talent's virtuosity been so vividly displayed. Clearly we have only seen the tip of the iceberg, with many great years yet to come.
Satriani?? Pah!! Good luck with Hagar. Eddie still rules.