Go to wwe.com and to "contect us," is the only thing that come to mind, but I'd love contact them, personally, to voice some of my opinions, on some recent storylines. If anyone, out there, has a better way to get a hold of Vince and the creative team, I'd love to know. They say in their contact section that they do not accept ideas for storylines. However, listen to this short story. From 1998-2001, I ran an online newsletter. In April 2001, right after WCW and ECW died, myself and all my subscribers gathered up this list of storyline ideas and sent them to Tom Prichard's official email address which back then was email@example.com. We did get a reply back from them that only said "I enjoyed reading it". One idea we had back in April mind you, was for the WWF to have a 3 way war with the WWF, WCW and ECW. Of course months later, they kind of used that but instead of a 3 way war, they joined ECW and WCW together. We were emailing Prichard and saying stuff like "give credit where credits due" and stuff and all he ever wrote back was "I never remember reading that idea of yours." That's histarically priceless.
No. Mr. Vaughn is an actor and comedian. It would not be possible for him to belong to what doesn't exist.
offer two suggestions that would reduce acid rain
A creative world would be one in which cars would fly. There could be humans with superpowers.
Prounced "meehaul andru" and "kotchleen".
vince mcmahon. If you thought it was undertaker then he is probrobly the second oldest. If you are not counting vince the it would be undertaker
I bet Vince would if it was ever for sale(which hopefully isn't anytime soon!)
If I gave it to you, then it wouldn't be creative any more, now would it.
The value of a Vince Lombardi autograph would actually be dependent upon a number of factors. Some of these factors would include the authenticity and condition of the autograph.
Many creative titles are possible for an essay based on 'The Crucible' and focused on betrayal and revenge. The most appropriate will be chosen in connection with the main thesis and purposes of the essay in question; however, one possible title would be the following: 'Where Cross-Pieces Meet: The Intersection of Betrayal and Revenge in 'The Crucible'.'
I am very creative ... why do you want to know about some anonymous person on the internet anyhow?
I would love some spaghetti!
Similar words in the context of creative as intelligently inventive would be wise or witty.
I am the most artistic and creative person in the world
Vince Lombardi was born on June 11, 1913 and died on September 3, 1970. Vince Lombardi would have been 57 years old at the time of death or 102 years old today.
Vince Welnick was born on February 21, 1951 and died on June 2, 2006. Vince Welnick would have been 55 years old at the time of death or 64 years old today.
Vince Guaraldi was born on July 17, 1928 and died on February 6, 1976. Vince Guaraldi would have been 47 years old at the time of death or 87 years old today.
Vince Edwards was born on July 9, 1928 and died on March 11, 1996. Vince Edwards would have been 67 years old at the time of death or 87 years old today.
If nobody was creative, then we would all be the same. If we were all the same, then we would all have the same ideas. If that were true, then nothing would ever get done. If nothing ever changed, then we would all die.
Currently most statistics would support the claim that Kevin Garnett is a better player than Vince Carter.
Be creative with your outfit.