WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment) comes to the Pepsi Center this Saturday, October 16 at 7:30 p.m. This modern theatrical sport bears little resemblance to the ancient athletic rite of passage, but its place in popular culture can not be denied. Can't make it to the event? Check out these great DVDs!
Recently Released Wrestling DVDs include:
- Elimination Chamber 2010
- Wrestlemania XXVI
- Raw, The Beginning: The Best of Seasons 1 & 2
- Shawn Michaels My Journey
- The Best of RAW 2009
- WWE Royal Rumble 2010
- Wrestlemania 25th Anniversary
- Night of Champions 2009
- The Rise & Fall of WCW
- The Best of WWE SmackDown 1999-2009
- Countdown to Lockdown: A Hardcore Journal by Mick Foley
- Drawing Heat the Hard Way: How Wrestling Really Works by Larry Matysik
- Slam! Wrestling: Shocking Stories from the Squared Circle edited by Greg Oliver & Jon Waldman
- Ring of Hell: The Story of Chris Benoit & the Fall of the Pro Wrestling Industry by Matthew Randazzo V.
- Rey Mysterio: Behind the Mask by Rey Mysterio with Jeremy Roberts
Of all the places I never expected to find a typo...
It should be "bears" little resemblance, not "bares".
Normally, I wouldn't say anything, but you are in my citadel of literate eloquence and that is sacrosanct.
I do apologize for the error. We librarians are privy to the same mistakes as others, and while we do our very best to write clearly and correctly, occasionally we falter.
I hope I have not besmirched the sanctity of the library or all that it stands for in your eyes. I will do my best to avoid similar typos in the future.
Thank you for bringing it to our attention.
Actually, there was no mistake made. The word "bares" could of been used in the sentence. However, it just not commonly used. The librarian made no mistake in her former sentence. Words used in certain instances have changed over time and former usages are forgotten but still no more or less correct.