again, BOBsters out for blood
By Alexander Smith
BOB workers are upset, as usual about this time of the month. No, everyone is not on the rag. It's the time of the month when paychecks are supposed to be mailed out.
The checks were mailed out. But once again several BOB staff members and wrestlers have found their checks have bounced, actually costing them money.
In an interview with BigBOSS, once he was asked about the problem he had this to say.
"Well, I--" he started before throwing a piece of paper at me and running out of the room.
Bounced checks have been a way of life for some BOB veterans.
"I've lost more than I made in BOB," said Kamikazie Ken, one of the originals in BOB. "I honestly don't know why I stay here, but I have no desire to leave."
"Working in BOB is worse than working at McDonald's or any other minimum wage job," pondered Sculder of the tag team The Agency. "It's a true mystery why any of us are here or how we have shows with this sort of money."
Several BOBsters had no answer why they were working for this federation.
"I can't remember that last time I got paid," said Scotty Whatbody. "But amazingly I haven't starved to death, I usually have clothes on. And where do I live? I honestly don't remember doing anything but announcing on BOB shows. It's like a big blackout."
Mully was sure there is some sort of explanation for this odd situation. But even she couldn't explain it.
"It must be a matter of living within your means. We've all adapted to living off of scraps. I dunno. I'm even stumped by this one."
Mully believes the truth is out there some where.
"And one day, somebody is going to find it and we'll figured out what the hell we've been doing here for the last five years or so."