Originally Posted by Mrs. Austin Aries
If TNA shut down tomorrow I'm not going to be embarrassed for having liked them and wishing them the best, but the way some people act, it's like they're so afraid of being embarrassed of liking WWE/TNA only to have it fail. There has to be a word in psychology for this.
I have a hard time understanding the obsession with buy rates, show attendance numbers, television ratings and all other measures of popular success, as if tangible evidence of other folk's appreciation for TNA is needed to justify one's own interest. Why would I care if some dude down the street is watching the same show I am?
I suppose I can get my head around there being an element of worry that Impact, for example, could disappear if TNA failed to grow financially but really, I could not care less about how popular they become or fail to become. Folks who come around complaining that TNA is not as big as they feel it should be, and that somehow that translates to Ha, ha, loser geek fans!
, seem a little off to me.
Oh yeah, and TNA should come to Atlantic Canada. Why? Er, well...we like wrestling, we have cheap lobster, I'm living here until summer, they could see the world famous, superthrilling Tidal Bore and uh...did I mention I'm here?