Sunday, September 13, 2009

It's on the internet, so it must be true!

I haven't written anything on here since Jeff Hardy's arrest on Friday, mainly because I've been super busy, but also because people make my brain hurt. I'll likely devote all of next week's Kick-Out!! Radio to the subject, there's not exactly a lot I want to say about the situation, rather the reaction from the primitive minds that pollute the internet wrestling community.

One thing that I want to debunk once and for all is this idiotic story being passed around that Jeff Hardy was named the "Worst Person in the World" on MSNBC's Countdown With Keith Olbermann. That story is 100% fake.

"But Razor, I got video evidence!"



Yeah, that's fake. And since most wrestling websites are run by people of who aren't as smart as my front door, they latched onto it and reported it as fact like the predictable, no-talent hacks that they are. Keith Olbermann wasn't even on his show Friday night, he had a fill-in guest, and when Olbermann's not on, "Worst Persons" is not used.

Hardy's mugshot is superimposed, amazing what people can do with Windows Movie Maker these days. And for all those dirtsheets that fell for it, I know it might be confusing for you to hear, but Star Wars wasn't actually filmed in outer space.

3 comments:

  1. Plus, if he WERE on Worst Persons, wouldn't there maybe be a video of, you know, the whole segment in which he is named a Worst Person, instead of just this silly outro video?

    Come on people. It isn't hard to go to MSNBC's site and see for yourselves that this video doesn't really exist. The site has links to all of Olbermann's segments.

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  2. But that would require actual work, which is Kryptonite to a wrestling "reporter."

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  3. i just went to the MSNBC site and looked up all the worst person things umm ya its a fake people need to stop already!

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