Mexican Wrestlers Ahoy!

I received an e-mail late last night from a strapping friend of mine in Tijuana, Mexico, who goes by the nickname "El Pinto Grande". Some of you may even have seen him update the front page in the past. Unbeknownst to me someone has been encouraging him to design a web site to be hosted by Something Awful and in this e-mail he informed me that the web site was completed and online.

Mr. Editor,

Yours Truly has completed the task of making the computer book which will tell the world once and for all what it is that is at the root of making me tick. I think you should let everyone know so that they can come to visit my new book and possibly even send me computer messages with some money. I am made to expecting a lot of money from this! Friend types are given to tell that the computers are all about the future and the future is where the money is.

Can you set up a computer bank account for the money?

Thanks going towards you!

Yours Truly,

El Pinto Grande

I think good old EPG is going to be sorely disappointed by the influx of cash - or lack thereof - but nevertheless, check out his web site. He offers up a heaping slice of the El Pinto Grande pie, along with tips on doing your favorite wrestling moves, recipes he has collected over the years, and even the obligatory "shout outs" page. He'll even answer your questions! So check it out!

– Zack "Geist Editor" Parsons (@sexyfacts4u)

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