WWE Smackdown at Coliseum draws 8,000/Chyna draws the line takes pills and alcohol

Estimations on last night’s crowd at the Greensboro Coliseum are coming in at 8,000 and if that is true, that’s not too bad considering a much better UFC show was been shown on Pay-per-View on the same night and the price for the PPV at the local restaurants was FREE.

Rumor has it that the Smackdown crowd was really into Jeff Hardy, but that the rest of the show wasn’t all that appealing. A large crowd of fans gathered to see the wrestlers at Hooter’s on High Point Road, but we have no official word on who showed up.

Rumor also has it that Johnny Fairplay was in town for the show and the Hooter’s aftermath, but no official confirmation has been received.

Chyna(Jonaie Laurer) cut her wrists and took a large amount of prescription pills mixed with alcohol over the weekend according to TMZ, but word has it that she survived and Chyna is a former WWE diva without any direction in her life right now, but she is still alive.

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  1. This is mindless, all of these sports are detracting your attention from what you need to be paying attention to. Read On…


    A new report from the U.S. Army War College discusses the use of American troops to quell civil unrest brought about by a worsening economic crisis.
    The report from the War College’s Strategic Studies Institute warns that the U.S. military must prepare for a “violent, strategic dislocation inside the United States” that could be provoked by “unforeseen economic collapse” or “loss of functioning political and legal order.”
    Entitled “Known Unknowns: Unconventional ‘Strategic Shocks’ in Defense Strategy Development,” the report was produced by Nathan Freier, a recently retired Army lieutenant colonel who is a professor at the college — the Army’s main training institute for prospective senior officers.
    He writes: “To the extent events like this involve organized violence against local, state, and national authorities and exceed the capacity of the former two to restore public order and protect vulnerable populations, DoD [Department of Defense] would be required to fill the gap.”
    Freier continues: “Widespread civil violence inside the United States would force the defense establishment to reorient priorities in extremis to defend basic domestic order … An American government and defense establishment lulled into complacency by a long-secure domestic order would be forced to rapidly divest some or most external security commitments in order to address rapidly expanding human insecurity at home.”
    International Monetary Fund Managing Director Dominique Strauss-Kahn warned last week of riots and unrest in global markets if the ongoing financial crisis is not addressed and lower-income households are beset with credit constraints and rising unemployment, the Phoenix Business Journal reported.
    Sen. James Inhofe of Oklahoma and Rep. Brad Sherman of California disclosed that Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson discussed a worst-case scenario as he pushed the Wall Street bailout in September, and said that scenario might even require a declaration of martial law.
    The Army College report states: “DoD might be forced by circumstances to put its broad resources at the disposal of civil authorities to contain and reverse violent threats to domestic tranquility. Under the most extreme circumstances, this might include use of military force against hostile groups inside the United States.
    “Further, DoD would be, by necessity, an essential enabling hub for the continuity of political authority in a multi-state or nationwide civil conflict or disturbance.”
    He concludes this section of the report by observing: “DoD is already challenged by stabilization abroad. Imagine the challenges associated with doing so on a massive scale at home.”
    As Newsmax reported earlier, the Defense Department has made plans to deploy 20,000 troops nationwide by 2011 to help state and local officials respond to emergencies.
    The 130-year-old Posse Comitatus Act restricts the military’s role in domestic law enforcement. But a 1994 Defense Department Directive allows military commanders to take emergency actions in domestic situations to save lives, prevent suffering or mitigate great property damage, according to the Business Journal.
    And Gen. Tommy Franks, who led the U.S. military operations to liberate Iraq, said in a 2003 interview that if the U.S. is attacked with a weapon of mass destruction, the Constitution will likely be discarded in favor of a military form of government.

    GOP consultant killed in plane crash was warned of sabotage

    rawstory.com — The Republican consultant accused of involvement in a vote-rigging scandal was warned that his plane might be sabotaged before his death in a crash Friday night, according to a Cleveland CBS affiliate. The network also reported that the operative — Michael Connell — canceled two previous flights because of suspicious problems with his plane.More… (Political News)


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