The Art and Joy of a Good Heckle

By | September 25, 2008

As I have mentioned on numerous occasions, I love a good event. Music, sports, poetry reading, cook-outs, comedy shows, it doesn’t matter. If I can go and have a good time, I’m all for it.

With that in mind, the icing on the cake for many events is great crowd participation. There is a great community feeling when you share an event with thousands or even dozens of other people. Of course, no crowd is complete and no crowd participation can be called a success without the traditional heckler. And so, without further ado, I present the best heckling job I have ever been part of:

Best of all, there were no hurt feelings, no negative vibes*, and the Afro-Squad was even invited out to the local wings and beer joint for some post event revelry. Good times all around.

(Exception: one of the wrestlers decided to “attack” me after losing his match and proceeded to sit on top of me. Ugh, the humanity.)

For more, see the Southern Championship Wrestling website. They were great hosts and didn’t kick us out, which was a good thing.

Oh yeah, and check out The Afro-Squad site and vote for me for Pimp of the Year. I’m only 20 votes behind and voting closes somewhere around Halloween, I think. Consider it practice for November.


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