Tuesday, July 28, 2015

My thoughts on "Hulk Hogan"

I have had some time to think about the entire Hulk Hogan rant situation and it frustrates me. It frustrates me that my childhood hero could be "like that"...

 It frustrates me that so many people are experts.

 It frustrates me that the only real reason that this has surfaced is because of a pending lawsuit.

 It frustrates me that we live in a world full of hypocritical people.

 I can only go by my past experiences. I remember when I was going thru my divorce, I had just built a gorgeous new home... felt like I was on top of the world and then BOOM... my world fell apart. I lost my marriage, my home, and my family was split... I was miserable.

 I made some bad decisions and wound up in a miserable and dark place. I felt like everyone was against me and I was made to feel that I was actually the villain in my own divorce. I am pretty sure I said some mean and hurtful things around my inner circle that was me venting in a safe place, I cannot imagine what people would think about me or anyone if they heard us vent our pain, frustration, and anger... sometimes we all lash out and say things we regret. I know that I have and anyone who says different is not being authentic

. It is one thing to call Hulk Hogan a racist if someone found the white hood and the propaganda that comes with it in his closet. But nobody has, thye have words from a man that was dark. A man that made bad decisions.

 Again I am not positive but it is just a theory. Growing up people used to say .... "Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me" ..... I guess that only applies to kids.

Now before this thread turns into some hate and race bashing,I would say this about anyone of any race, creed, religion, or color.

Hulk Hogan is just the example being made. I may be wrong also. Maybe Hulk Hogan is the man in this video. Maybe he truly is of a hateful heart..... BUT WE WILL NEVER KNOW BECAUSE WE ARE NOT HIM.

Racism has and will always be a problem in this country and around the world. I honestly believe that the media does not help any of us heal, instead it provokes more hate and fear than anything else.

I will appreciate any and all opinions below, BUT if it involves vulgarity and inappropriate content I will immediately delete your comment and block you. Use this as a vehicle to show the world that we are NOT sheep and that we all want to go forward. We are all ‪#‎SuperFriends‬ in my book... all the same. No reason to bash anyone, it doesn't do anyone any good and nobody ever heals.

Friday, July 24, 2015

Hulkamania. ... RIP

This morning I woke up to messages about Hulk Hogan being removed from everything WWE...

Everyone was speculating what it was....and then I saw the transcript of his rant.

Let me make this clear... growing up Hulk Hogan was my childhood hero. I believed in Hulk Hogan and Hulkamania.  When I wrestled in high school Inwould run laps with "Real American" blasting on my walkman... I believed in the training, the prayers, & the vitamins. I believed in Hulk Hogan.

Hulk Hogan is played by Terry Bollea..... much like Rocky is Sylvester Stallone and Terminator is Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Hulk Hogan is a character.

Terry Bollea is the man that said the hurtful and hateful words.

Hulk Hogan is a huge part of my childhood and for most parts is a reason I am the person i am today.


My parents were my role models.... they are the ones that taught me right from wrong and how to love unconditionally.

Our heroes always seem to let us down,  this is why we need strong parents and loving parents to be our real guides thru this crazy world and life.

I am sure Hulk Hogan will be back....and America will forgive him..... but a part of my childhood has been crushed.