JUSTIN SHAPIRSHOW episode 3: Dwarf Tosser


Lead Leeds blogger and chilled out entertainer Eamonn Dalton (Dr. Keith Presents, Howson Is Now) joins Justin Shapiro (Joe Versus The World, Justin Shapirshow) to discuss almost no professional wrestling but almost yes Life’s Too Short, the new sitcom by Ricky Gervais (The Office, Ghost Town) starring Warwick Davis (Willow, Life’s Too Short). Questions raised: Is the show good or funny or whatever? What can wrestling learn from Life’s Too Short? Did Justin and/or Eamo shower in gym class? Is Liam Neeson a wolf? Is Sophie Ellis-Bextor a cat? Do you think you can dance? I’ll reiterate, minimal wrestling content. A show so check it out.

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You can find more Justin Shapiro on Twitter: @jmshapyro

You can find more Eamonn Dalton on Twitter: @howsonisnow

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The helpful thing about great @jmshapyro posts on the F4 board is they’re easy to copy & claim as my own when only subscribers can see them.

If Cubs wants the syndicated rights to my posts too we’re going to have to re-do my new contract.

flik510 said: Not sure I buy Justin’s arguments that wrestling’s always sucked, the only reasons people think it sucks now is because they’ve seen it all and that you can’t point to stuff like 1992 WCW/WWF as being better because modern WWE makes more money.

Matt and I both threw out a whole lot of stuff and didn’t have time to see all assertions and arguments through to their Mitchell/Kellerian exhaustion point. So please let me elaborate.