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Exclusive Interview with Capt. Smooth by Tony Kegger

Exclusive Interview with Capt. Smooth by Tony Kegger

Edited by THE INFAMOUS JCITY™

The Infamous Crew™ has several members and one of those members is Capt. Smooth. He has established himself as one of the most important members of The Infamous Crew™ despite the fact that he has never written a column that has been published on this website. He has left several witty and funny comments at THE INFAMOUS JCITY™ website, but his words have never appeared above the comments. Well actually that is not completely true. His words actually did appear in the column in which JCITY™ answered questions from visitors who left questions for him in the comments, but the questions Capt. Smooth and everybody else submitted were uncredited so it was an unofficial debut for Capt. Smooth. However, that has all changed now because I have interviewed Capt. Smooth for this website and his words will be officially recognized as the words of Capt. Smooth. This is Capt. Smooth’s official THE INFAMOUS JCITY™ debut!

My interview with Capt. Smooth is long so hopefully you will have learned a lot about him when you are finished reading this interview. I asked Capt. Smooth over 30 questions. We did the interview live in a chat box (thanks Chatroll!). I corrected his typos and put brackets around words he left out that I felt were necessary, but other than that, what you see is what he really wrote. Capt. Smooth is an interesting guy and I hope you enjoy the interview.

Tony Kegger: How did you get the name Capt. Smooth?

Capt. Smooth: It’s a parody of the “cooler-than-you” people you find on the net all the time. I can just picture some douche going around acting all “smooth”.

Tony Kegger: How did you first discover JCITY™?

Capt. Smooth: I went to [John] Canton’s old chat box one day. J and Shaman were there talking and I acted like I was in a sex chat room, [and] then pretended that I noticed my mistake.

Tony Kegger: That’s hilarious!

Capt. Smooth: That’s my smartass sense of humor. My cousin once told me I inherited my family’s smartass gene.

Tony Kegger: According to the comments you write at JCITY’s website, you go see many movies. What are some of your favorite movies from this year and all-time?

Capt. Smooth: This year, Hangover, [Harry] Potter, X-Men, Thor, [and] Capt. [America]. I dabble in the “geeky”. All time, my favorites are Star Wars Episodes 3, 4, and 5.

Tony Kegger: I just saw Transformers 3 recently. Did you see that movie?

Capt. Smooth: Forgot about that one. I caught it when it first came out. Had a blast.

Tony Kegger: I felt it was too long, but I liked it. I’m from Chicago so I enjoyed seeing Chicago get destroyed. What are your first memories of the WWE?

Capt. Smooth: Andre [The Giant] turning on Hogan in Piper’s Pit. As a little kid, I saw Andre rip the cross off of Hulk. From that moment on, I was hooked.

Tony Kegger: Who were your favorite WWE Superstars when you first started watching?

Capt. Smooth: Loved the faces. Hated the heels. I still do. It was when I got older that I could separate the performer from the character. I may boo a heel Christian, but when he goes into the HOF, I’ll be right there cheering him on.

Tony Kegger: Were you a big Hulkamaniac?

Capt. Smooth: Huge!!! The red and yellow. The power. The charisma. We’re lucky to have been around to witness his time in the ring.

Tony Kegger: Do you think John Cena is somewhat similar to Hulk Hogan or are there a lot of differences? I wasn’t around during the Hogan era. I was around during the Stone Cold era and there are very few comparisons between Cena and Stone Cold.

Capt. Smooth: Cena and Hogan are both the face of the WWE and are “nice guys”. Austin was an anti-hero. You can’t really compare the two, because while they have many things in common, they were stars in different “fan eras”. HH was pre IWC, Cena doesn’t have that luxury. I still say it’s not the booking that has changed so much, it’s the fans.

Tony Kegger: Do you think Hogan and Cena both have similar gimmicks? Both of them seem like they don’t want to sell injuries and they look like Superman at times.

Capt. Smooth: They both seem “big time” as far as booking goes where it’s going to take a lot to put them down. Other than that, they’re just “guys”, not Undertakers, rich dudes, or Wild Samoans.

Tony Kegger: Who are your favorite WWE Superstars to watch currently?

Capt. Smooth: Cena, Punk, Truth, Santino, Kaitlyn (for the looks), Orton, and I’m really digging what Morrison does in the ring. He “wows” the crowd.

Tony Kegger: What do you like about the WWE?

Capt. Smooth: It’s not so much because it’s the “WWE”, it’s more that I love what wrestling is. Great matches, cool moves, goofy comedy, serious moments where you see the best of everyone, etc.

Tony Kegger: What are your current thoughts on this new era in the WWE that CM Punk has dubbed the “Reality Era”? What was your reaction when CM Punk started mentioning the names of the recently released Superstars on RAW on August 8?

Capt. Smooth: I’m not sure we will get into a new “era”. Many in the IWC are already complaining that the Punk stuff is “stale”. A good amount seem to have A.D.D. It’s just one reason that I think it’s the fans who have changed more than the booking. Now, to Punk… it’s pretty damn cool that WWE allows him some room. I wish they did it to more people on TV, but what are you going to do?

Tony Kegger: Do you think the WWE needs to be TV-14 again or a little bit more edgy?

Capt. Smooth: I don’t think it “needs” to, but I’d love to have a bit more edge to it. It may come around as the PG kids of today get older.

Tony Kegger: If a Superstar accidentally got busted open during a match, do you think the WWE should continue their policy of stopping the match to clean up the blood? What are your thoughts about that policy?

Capt. Smooth: If the cut is bad to where somebody could bleed to death, yes. Most times, I think it adds to the match if it is allowed to go on.

Tony Kegger: I personally feel that the WWE needs to stop trying to make their product kid friendly. The WWE is probably tame compared to most of the stuff kids watch these days.

Capt. Smooth: True, but I get the reason why. I’d love to have more edge, but it’s not so much the kids or parents that will have a problem with it, it’ll be the sponsors who do.

Tony Kegger: I watched the Attitude Era when I was 11 and a lot of kids my age did too.

Capt. Smooth: Exactly, but it’s who is helping pay for the show. If that cash goes away, your profits go down.

Tony Kegger: I think it must be the parents and the sponsors. Sadly, the deal with Mattel probably won’t help make it edgier, but WWE action figures were around in the Attitude Era for what it’s worth.

Capt. Smooth: Damn Mattel! I’m going with Hasbro (approved by Zack Ryder)!

Tony Kegger: TNA’s edgy product isn’t really very successful at the moment so I think the WWE is feeling no pressure to get more edgy.

Capt. Smooth: Yeah, Impact has deeper problems, but any company that can be around for 10 years with WWE as the big dog is doing SOMETHING right.

Tony Kegger: Do you think a big reason why the Attitude Era was so successful was because the internet wasn’t as big back then as it is today?

Capt. Smooth: BINGO! Ding! Ding! Ding! We have a winner! And as good as that net has been, it’s the main reason why the fans have changed.

Tony Kegger: Would Smackdown be as interesting as RAW without the spoilers? Spoilers weren’t that big in 1999.

Capt. Smooth: Yeah, if SD were live, people wouldn’t know what was going on nearly as much. Plus, you can add the fact that it’s on YouTube hours before it comes on at night.

Tony Kegger: Yeah I know! A SummerSlam match was just announced today (Friday August 12) and I’m sure it will be confirmed on tonight’s televised Smackdown broadcast that is already on YouTube. Would the Christian-Orton feud be more enjoyable if the initial title change didn’t leak on the internet?

Capt. Smooth: To me, the whole thing is dumb (great matches though). Christian didn’t need to lose his title after five days. He didn’t need to turn heel. It would’ve been a terrific face vs. face angle.

Tony Kegger: Face vs. face angles doesn’t really exist anymore. The WWE wants it to be clear that there is a good guy and a bad guy. Because of that, I’m positive either Triple H or John Cena or both are turning heel soon.

Capt. Smooth: I hope not. Mainly because many of the people who boo HHH or Cena now would be cheering them on as a heel. I wouldn’t mind a story where Cena turned heel, then about a month later, have it be a set-up where he’s really a face all along. The smark freakouts would be heavenly.

Tony Kegger: I loved heel Triple H. He was my first favorite heel.

Capt. Smooth: Heel HHH bored me after a bit. It was like what people complain about with Cena, but to the 9th degree. HHH sold more, but he rarely won by himself. He wasn’t “that damn good”.

Tony Kegger: If you ran the WWE, what changes would you make?

Capt. Smooth: One, they’re employees, so they get health insurance. Two, every three months, a certain group will get a week off to recharge. It would be staggered, so that there is plenty of people who can fill that void. Three, bring back WWE Ice Cream Bars!

Tony Kegger: Would you make any roster changes? Would you have anyone appear more? Less? Is there anyone you would decide to give a bigger push to?

Capt. Smooth: I’d get as many people as possible on TV, so the fans would know who these people are. And I’d try a bunch of [different] things just to see what sticks. Who knew rapper Cena would become as big as he did? Return the Halloween shows as well.

Tony Kegger: You are a big fan of JCITY’s website. You write a lot of comments on his site all of the time. Have you ever considered contributing something to his website as a writer?

Capt. Smooth: I’d love to, but I’m a slow ass writer, my schedule is hectic, and my strength is my wit, peppering the comment section with quips. Also, I’m DUMB with tech.

Tony Kegger: Have you ever considered doing something short? What if I showed you a bunch of photos and you just wrote captions for each one? You are really good at that.

Capt. Smooth: Where would I write the captions? And how would I get them to you?

Tony Kegger: We could figure that out. Worst case scenario, we would do it in a chat box like we are doing right now for this interview.

Capt. Smooth: That’d work. Thanks.

Tony Kegger: So you would be interested?

Capt. Smooth: Sure. I couldn’t do anything with e-mail, but this would be perfect.

Tony Kegger: Speaking of e-mail, you have said you can’t reveal your e-mail because of your job. What interesting stuff can you reveal about yourself that you won’t get you in trouble with your job?

Capt. Smooth: *looks out for snipers* I got my pinky finger caught underneath the vacuum cleaner when I was one and a half years old. It burned all the way to the bone, all the nerves, and I had to wear a cast for about six months. The doctors had to take skin from my leg and put it where my pinky is.

Tony Kegger: Ouch! I guess you don’t remember that, but damn!

Capt. Smooth: There is a picture of me with my cast on and I have a Cubs uniform on. I look like an injured Baseball player. The injury didn’t hurt, because it burned all the nerves out. My mom told me the doctors would stick pins in the wound to see if I could feel it. I’m sure there is more [interesting stuff about me], but I just don’t know what I find interesting and what the readers would.

Tony Kegger: You want to give it a try? People don’t know much about you. I think most people assume you work for the C.I.A. and report to President Obama.

Capt. Smooth: Not me at all. “Alpha Squad 2, the mission is a go!”

Tony Kegger: Is it true that 40 people could lose their jobs because of you? I would love to have that kind of power!

Capt. Smooth: Not just me, but anybody.

Tony Kegger: What are some of your interests other than Wrestling?

Capt. Smooth: Music, politics, culture, basketball, etc.

Tony Kegger: What kind of music do you like?

Capt. Smooth: I’ll listen to just about anything other than country. I just can’t handle it. As far as what I like, my favorites are (singer) Marvin Gaye, (band/group) don’t have one, and (song) “Born to be Wild” by Steppenwolf is [number] one, “What’s Going On?” by Marvin Gaye is two, and “What You Won’t Do For Love” by Bobby Caldwell is three.

Tony Kegger: What do you like to do for fun?

Capt. Smooth: I enjoy coming on here and chatting with people. I love going to the movies! The big reason for that might be that when I was a little kid, I hardly ever went to the movies. Too poor. Now that I have a little cash, I enjoy the shows. During the spring/summer, I read my Potter books. They’re odd, because they start out as these charming “kids” books and end up being a bloodbath. During the fall/winter, I enjoy doing big Christmas puzzles. I don’t really care for other types, but I like those.

Tony Kegger: When did you first become an “IWC” fan?

Capt. Smooth: I became a member when Eddie [Guerrero] died. I Googled his name and wound up at 411mania.com. Been going there ever since.

Tony Kegger: What made you decide to become a follower of JCITY™?

Capt. Smooth: I couldn’t join in the comment box at TJR (The John Report) due to the e-mail issue and J started TheRealShyt when Canton’s [chat] box closed.

Tony Kegger: You write a lot of funny comments at JCITY’s website. How did you get so good at making witty comments?

Capt. Smooth: My extended family (on my Mom’s side) is constantly trying to out-pun each other and is good with words. I guess I picked that up.

Tony Kegger: What do you like about JCITY™?

Capt. Smooth: You get the sense that he’s really a nice guy. He’s very creative. He’s into wrestling (That’s most important, right?). Plus, he laughs at my bad jokes.

Tony Kegger: That’s all of the questions I wanted to ask you. Thanks for all of your answers.

Capt. Smooth: Sure thing. Thanks for making me a Z-level celebrity! I can become a Q-level one with a sex tape, so I’ll have to run and find somebody to help me make that happen. *extends hand for an e-shake*

  1. August 23, 2011 at 6:15 am

    I did not start therealshyt when TJR closed its chat box. The chatbox was still alive when my site went up. I created my site because for some strange reason I became like the leader of the TJR chat and and got that shit popping. Everyone was telling me that I was over and if I started to write that they would read. People wanted me to submit stuff to TJR so when I went to the 900th episode of RAW I wrote about it to share my experiences with everyone. I submitted my blog to TJR, Rajah, NODQ and got rejected by every single site. Maybe the all caps didn’t help, but I wasn’t changing for anyone. So I started my site and posted the blog there. I also put up a chatbox because the TJR chat was getting spammed like crazy by a troll and I wanted to have a troll free environment to continue chatting with my new peeps. Everyone around this time hated my guts on TJR so the people that loved me on the chatbox inspired my blogging adventures. That, and that I felt that I could be waaaaay more entertaining that anyone at TJR at that moment in time. And if you don’t know now you know nigga.

    • Capt. Smooth
      August 23, 2011 at 6:21 am

      Oops!

      • August 23, 2011 at 6:30 am

        I remember because I used to plug in the chatbox and get way more hits than I ever did from linking in columns.

        • Capt. Smooth
          August 23, 2011 at 5:17 pm

          ahh

  2. Capt. Smooth
    August 23, 2011 at 6:20 am

    This is a TERRIFIC birthday present!(Aug. 27th) Thanks to Tony for doing this! Thanks to JCity for putting this on! And thanks to anybody who reads this!

  3. August 23, 2011 at 6:26 am

    This almost didn’t go up since my laptop decide to crap out on me once again. I’m going to take it to get looked at today. I was already gone for 2 weeks and this might set me back another 2-3 weeks, but I will use Meekerz mini laptop for the time being because I did miss doing this. Keep in mind that this is mini so everything is smaller so pics might look weird and editing will be a bit harder, but I don’t want to disappear on y’all again till at least Christmas time.

    HAPPY EARLY BIRTHDAY MOTHERFUCKER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! How old are you now? Like 50?

    • Capt. Smooth
      August 23, 2011 at 5:18 pm

      Good luck on the computer issue.

      I’ll be turning 32.

      • August 23, 2011 at 5:29 pm

        No luck. Laptop went in and it will be 2-3 weeks before I get it back. Same issue as before so I might get a replacement since its a manufacturing glitch or some shit.

        • Capt. Smooth
          August 23, 2011 at 5:30 pm

          Sorry, man.

          • August 24, 2011 at 6:06 am

            It’s cool. If I knew this was going to happen again I would have just scheduled my vacation for this week.

            • Capt. Smooth
              August 24, 2011 at 6:25 am

              I’ve got three days off next week and I hope the power doesn’t go out like it did a week and a half ago.

              • August 24, 2011 at 6:35 am

                Hurricane Irene should be hitting MA on Sunday so hopefully I’m alive come Monday…

                • Capt. Smooth
                  August 24, 2011 at 6:39 am

                  Good luck, man. I’m sure Niggy’s super powers can help you all survive.

                  • August 25, 2011 at 7:27 am

                    Thanks, but fuck it, if I die I die. I’m ready.

                    • Capt. Smooth
                      August 26, 2011 at 5:44 am

                      Sounds pleasant.

  4. Ana_ZackPack
    August 23, 2011 at 7:27 am

    Cool interview. Its interesting to know our community better.

    • August 23, 2011 at 10:15 am

      I would have never thought to interview people so this was interesting. But if Capt likes the faces, then I’m confused on why he would like what I do since I’m fucking evil as fuck, lol.

      • August 23, 2011 at 11:00 am

        The credit goes mostly to Capt. He’s the one who reached out to me and wanted to be interviewed. And he made himself available and did not set a limit to how many questions I could ask him. The interview was completed over a span of five days or so but the bulk of the Q&A’s were done in one day and that interview session lasted almost 2 hours.

        The only hard part of this interview was keeping it a secret until JCITY published this. All of this stuff was available for reading to the public at one point. In fact, this interview became available a few days ago at a public website but I created a cryptic web address that only I, Capt. Smooth, and Capt. Smooth’s stalker would be able to find.

        • August 23, 2011 at 11:58 am

          Now every time Capt. Smooth comments I’m going to envision a fat guy in his underwear that doesn’t know shit about computers or a skinny balding man that is gay for Christmas puzzles, LMMFAO. [||]PAUSE.

          • August 23, 2011 at 12:48 pm

            I knew you’d rip on Capt. for that Christmas puzzles comment.

            • Capt. Smooth
              August 23, 2011 at 5:23 pm

              I guess I’ll just leave now. 😦

  5. TKO
    August 23, 2011 at 9:59 am

    great insite to one of the most important members,where the f is mine?im at the bottom of the crew,rookie level shit,nice to hear more about the captain

    • August 23, 2011 at 10:12 am

      Don’t worry bout that, Prototype V review coming soon… more likely this weekend. Heard some of it, will reserve thoughts on it until review. I try not to rank or play favorites, but the people that have fucked with me since therealshyt are like fam because they fucked with me at a time where EVERYBODY hated me. They could have jumped on the bandwagon and hated me too, but they didn’t. I don’t forget shit like that. As for THE INFAMOUS CREW™ I got love for everyone that has taken the time to write, comment and or make songs for and about the site. I might do some end of the year rankings for the hell of it or something.

      • Capt. Smooth
        August 23, 2011 at 5:24 pm

        Thanks, TKO!

  6. TKO
    August 23, 2011 at 11:03 am

    i was just bullshittin lol a tony review would be fun,album review good or bad would be dope,pros and cons are coo so i find out how to win ppl over better.i prolly the newst crew member. i was never into blogging.i enjoyed cantons reviews then i see you talkin a lot of shit and it reminded of something id say.i noticed ur love for hiphop so i took the opportunity to expand my own awareness.your support made me loyal.ive read almost every article and even though i been mia im true to this blog and pluggin it. i like all these cats that id normally never know shit about. just a buncha cool ass mufucks who grew up on wrestling and have a sense of humor…got love for all yall

    • August 23, 2011 at 12:05 pm

      That’s whats up and trust I’m going to keep it 100% real in the review. I was bullshitting on the Lady Gaga review and it worked because that shit got mad views from her fans, but if your shit sucks I’m going to tell you straight up. For the record, Lady Gaga’s true score is about 3 out of 5 stars since I liked half the album and the songs that are good fucking banged, but the other half sucked balls.

    • Capt. Smooth
      August 23, 2011 at 5:26 pm

      *guy nod*

  7. Alan
    August 23, 2011 at 4:15 pm

    Cool Story Capt. Bro! And don’t worry dude, the next time I see a vacuum cleaner, I’ll beat it up for you!

    • Capt. Smooth
      August 23, 2011 at 5:28 pm

      HAHAHAHAHA!!! Alan, you’re good with the quips as well!

      • August 23, 2011 at 5:32 pm

        It was between a Killer Vacuum pic or some random guy using the vacuum to suck his own dick. I went the PG route…

        • Capt. Smooth
          August 23, 2011 at 5:33 pm

          Good, that would’ve gotten me in trouble at work.

  8. August 23, 2011 at 4:58 pm

    So J…what are your thoughts about my caption column idea?

  9. Capt. Smooth
    August 23, 2011 at 5:20 pm

    THE INFAMOUS JCITY™ :
    I would have never thought to interview people so this was interesting. But if Capt likes the faces, then I’m confused on why he would like what I do since I’m fucking evil as fuck, lol.

    I guess I’m just an accepting person. lol

    • August 23, 2011 at 5:34 pm

      That explains the swastika tattoo on your ass… kidding. [||]Pause.

      • Capt. Smooth
        August 23, 2011 at 5:36 pm

        How’d you know?

        • August 24, 2011 at 6:09 am

          Heidenrick told me…

          • Capt. Smooth
            August 24, 2011 at 6:26 am

            You mean Heidenrape?(He did have a cool theme.)

  10. Capt. Smooth
    August 23, 2011 at 5:21 pm

    Tony Kegger :
    The credit goes mostly to Capt. He’s the one who reached out to me and wanted to be interviewed. And he made himself available and did not set a limit to how many questions I could ask him. The interview was completed over a span of five days or so but the bulk of the Q&A’s were done in one day and that interview session lasted almost 2 hours.
    The only hard part of this interview was keeping it a secret until JCITY published this. All of this stuff was available for reading to the public at one point. In fact, this interview became available a few days ago at a public website but I created a cryptic web address that only I, Capt. Smooth, and Capt. Smooth’s stalker would be able to find.

    I would’ve never known how this was going to be done, if not for your secret agent interview style.

  11. Capt. Smooth
    August 23, 2011 at 5:37 pm

    Concerning the Star Wars picture, how’d you know all those things about me?

    • August 23, 2011 at 5:48 pm

      It was either that or a butt naked R2D2, lol.

      • Capt. Smooth
        August 23, 2011 at 5:50 pm

        Sounds hot.

        • August 24, 2011 at 6:12 am

          It was actually pretty disturbing.

          • Capt. Smooth
            August 24, 2011 at 6:27 am

            I just never noticed that R2D2 had clothes in the first place.

  12. August 23, 2011 at 6:31 pm

    THE INFAMOUS JCITY™ :
    Yea I was like Interview with Capt Smooth? How the fuck he manage this shit.

    The truth is that Capt. Smooth secretly sent me the address of a place to go to. It was right outside Louisville. As soon as I got there, two goons grabbed me, put a bag over my head, and led me to an unknown location. When I got there, the room was dark. I could see two guy with guns and then Capt. Smooth started talking to me. It wasn’t his real voice…he sounded like Darth Vader and I couldn’t see him because he was in the shadows. It was very uncomfortable. When the interview was done, I got knocked out with a baseball bat and when I woke up, I was back in my car right outside the location I drove to in the first place.

    I put my life on the line just to get you this interview.

    • Alan
      August 23, 2011 at 6:45 pm

      Did they rape you when they knocked you out like what happened to Shaman dude? Ahaha.

      • August 23, 2011 at 7:52 pm

        I have no idea…I should go to the doctor and make sure there’s not a toy car up my butt (R.I.P. Ryan Dunn).

  13. Capt. Smooth
    August 23, 2011 at 7:19 pm

    Tony Kegger :

    THE INFAMOUS JCITY™ :
    Yea I was like Interview with Capt Smooth? How the fuck he manage this shit.

    The truth is that Capt. Smooth secretly sent me the address of a place to go to. It was right outside Louisville. As soon as I got there, two goons grabbed me, put a bag over my head, and led me to an unknown location. When I got there, the room was dark. I could see two guy with guns and then Capt. Smooth started talking to me. It wasn’t his real voice…he sounded like Darth Vader and I couldn’t see him because he was in the shadows. It was very uncomfortable. When the interview was done, I got knocked out with a baseball bat and when I woke up, I was back in my car right outside the location I drove to in the first place.
    I put my life on the line just to get you this interview.

    *bows* I’m not worthy! I’m not worthy! I’m not worthy!

  14. Stephen
    August 24, 2011 at 3:39 am

    Nobody cares about Capt Smooth.

    • August 24, 2011 at 6:14 am

      You mean nobody cares about Stephen. Yup, that has a much better ring to it.

      • Capt. Smooth
        August 24, 2011 at 6:29 am

        Ok, now it’s on. Play my music! *Don’t Disturb This Groove by The System plays*

    • February 28, 2012 at 3:57 pm

      Jesus Christ dude, what is your deal? Is all you do in your life troll here?

  15. August 24, 2011 at 5:59 am

    Personally, if I was doing the interviewing, I would have asked him different questions, such as what he really thinks of us all, if his finger looks fucked, who he goes to the movies with, if he still lives with his mother, why is so so fucking loyal to JCITY, when is his gay cousin getting married and can gays get married in the house of God. Then I’d probably add Booker T to the conversation with some My goodness and some shooky dooky quack quack’s and someone would get raped.

    But that seems to happen in all my interviews.

    • August 24, 2011 at 6:17 am

      I’m just surprised that this interview hasn’t self destructed yet.

      • Capt. Smooth
        August 24, 2011 at 6:38 am

        Da da da da da Inspector Gadget

  16. Capt. Smooth
    August 24, 2011 at 6:32 am

    Shaman’s Harvest :
    Personally, if I was doing the interviewing, I would have asked him different questions, such as what he really thinks of us all, if his finger looks fucked, who he goes to the movies with, if he still lives with his mother, why is so so fucking loyal to JCITY, when is his gay cousin getting married and can gays get married in the house of God. Then I’d probably add Booker T to the conversation with some My goodness and some shooky dooky quack quack’s and someone would get raped.
    But that seems to happen in all my interviews.

    If we were able to do one the same way Tony and I did(or any other safe way), I’d be up for an interview with anybody on here.

  17. Rob
    August 24, 2011 at 7:56 am

    Capt. Smooth is a cool dude. Some of his comments make me laugh. Seems like a down to earth kind of guy.

    • Capt. Smooth
      August 24, 2011 at 7:57 am

      I mostly float a few inches off the ground.

  18. XRay Mind
    August 25, 2011 at 9:17 pm

    Little over an hour north from me. I enjoy all your stuff Tony, everybody in the infamous crew does a good job. I’m an old school fan and really enjoy reading all the comments. Just really good stuff everyone.

    • August 25, 2011 at 9:58 pm

      Cool…thanks.

    • August 26, 2011 at 5:34 am

      Thanks. Who’s your favorite writer? It’s ok if it’s not me, lol.

      • Capt. Smooth
        August 26, 2011 at 5:49 am

        Sorry, but I hate the term “old school”(unless you’re talking about the movie).

  19. Capt. Smooth
    August 26, 2011 at 5:46 am

    XRay Mind :
    Is the good Captain a Kentuckian? I’m glad he’s representing us right. We’re usually represented as hillbillies or retards. I really hate that shit. When Eugene(remember him) was introduced in Lexington people cheered, I just never understood it. Almost forgot chris harris he’s from here too. Can’t remember his WWE name and it’s not even worth looking for it. Great stuff as usual. Keep it up.

    Kentucky(mostly Louisville) better represent!!!

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