Bjornsson Asks: Jim, two questions here- one on BBQ, and one on wrestling. BBQ wise, do you have any plans on release an organic version of your products. They're the best, but I'm really trying to avoid gmo ingredients, corn syrups, sodium benzoate / man-made preservatives, and soy. Not that your products use all of those ingredients, but it seems like everything these days uses some, and nobody uses none. I'd use an organic main event mustard and hot Jr's BBQ every day of the week, twice on Sundays, and 5x (5x, 5x sucka) when I go back and hear you call Austin / Rock at WM 17.
Next question is on Hogan. I saw that you agreed with WWE's response. You don't think they were a bit hasty to give him the "Benoit" treatment? I don't agree with what he said at all, however I do agree that it was illegally recorded and the right to privacy has to still count for something, otherwise heaven help all or any of us. It's naive, in my opinion, for people to act this fearful of words, much less be surprised by them. I've said the word, Vince has said it, Cena has said it, you've said it, the guy down the street has said it, anyone over 12 has probably said it once etc, and I don't know any of you guys, but I'm human, you're human, and to assume otherwise would be ignorant on my part. Also can't imagine Vince saying the word in a 2005 promo with Cena and Booker, Cena's rap about Mexicans to Guererro, or DX blackface etc isn't worse if we're going to call the PC police for every potentially offensive scenario these days, considering those were planned for public display, and Hogan's situation was a remark in the privacy of his bedroom. Just my two cents. Hogan should be taken out of the immediate spotlight sure, however he didn't parade around in public saying these things, privacy isn't dead (yet), and his legacy shouldn't be erased. Considering all of this- third question- when the hell did people get so sensitive?