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Entitled internet wrestling fans need to grow up

Wrestling fans are passionate. Most fell in love with wrestling as children, watched every week, followed the storylines – and then followed the stories behind the curtain, too. Many of those passionate fans grew up, got computers, and joined forums. Many don’t watch and enjoy anymore. Instead, they watch, judge …

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Chapter One

Finn, Cobb, Eli and Salter hauled wooden boxes through the camp. The bottles inside clinked with every step, and their contents were far more valuable than the four carriers. Finn, the largest man, carried two with ease; Cobb, squat and broad, insisted on a pair and lagged at the back, …

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Why are so many high-end laptops just not good enough?

I’ve just opened a £1,200 laptop from one of the world’s biggest computer companies. It’s obvious that this machine is designed to beat the MacBook Pro at its own game: it’s dripping in aluminium, there’s a glossy black bezel around the screen, and a beefy specification. That’s great. MacBook Pros …

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This is Progress.

Wrestling fans know that this industry takes two steps forward and, usually, three steps back. For every Yes Movement there’s no movement from CM Punk – it’s a very comfy couch – for every bit of Shield dominance there’s a Dolph Ziggler squash, and for every actual women’s match on …