New Age Newsletter
We still don't know what was up with that wrecked car.
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, children of all ages: Want an original 2014 ink and watercolor painting I made of the New Age Outlaws? Leave a comment with what you liked the most from pro wrestling this past week (and why, if you feel like it). I’ll randomly select one person and send them this original piece of art. On me. On the house.
Can’t leave a comment? That’s because you’re not in our rad paid tier yet. Hey, no worries, there’s a LOT happening in your world. It’s all cool. We’ll get there.
A massive thank you to everyone who participated in last week’s signed print promotion. Your package will go out next week. I’m waiting on a delivery of shipping materials as this was wildly popular and I need to make sure your stuff is getting to you properly. Don’t be surprised if you get more than what I already told you you’re getting, by the way. I want to take care of you and make sure you feel valued.
The responses were just incredible, by the way. I wasn’t prepared for such thoughtful and personal mini-essay’s from you. Obviously we’re here for a shared love of pro wrestling, and having you say why this art form is so meaningful to you meant a LOT. Thanks for trusting me and your fellow subscribers with your thoughts. It was a powerful experience reading all of them, something I consider one of my best experiences period in pro wrestling.
After the paywall, I’ll share my thoughts about what I liked the most in pro wrestling from the past week. I’ve historically not shared these musings online because…well, I don’t know if you’ve ever been online before but it’s not always the safest space to be open and genuine. But I trust you, and I know you’re able to have some fun without turning it into yet another place for people to be negative. There’s enough of those out there. Let’s do something better and different.
Love you more,
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