Did you know...Paul Heyman

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Did you know...Paul Heyman

Post by cero2k » Sep 18th, '18, 15:36

Paul Hayman is a Rabbi. He officiated McCauley Culkin’s brothers wedding while in character.




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Post by Big Red Machine » Sep 19th, '18, 18:24

Pretty sure you don't need to be a religious figure (or military officer) to officiate a wedding in most states, and you definitely don't need to be a Rabbi to officiate a wedding.
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Re: Did you know...Paul Heyman

Post by Bob-O » Sep 19th, '18, 19:45

Big Red Machine wrote:
Sep 19th, '18, 18:24
Pretty sure you don't need to be a religious figure (or military officer) to officiate a wedding in most states, and you definitely don't need to be a Rabbi to officiate a wedding.
In Pennsylvania you do, I found out the hard way.

I paid $50 to have a buddy of mine (great public speaker) ordained on the internet so he could officiate my wedding, and apparently Pennsylvania only supports "major" religions.


Also, related/unrelated, McCauley Culkin is a big wrestling fan and has a great podcast.
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Re: Did you know...Paul Heyman

Post by Big Red Machine » Sep 19th, '18, 19:59

Bob-O wrote:
Sep 19th, '18, 19:45


Also, related/unrelated, McCauley Culkin is a big wrestling fan and has a great podcast.
So... does this mean Heyman wasn't just bullsh*tting when he pitched the "Raven steals Sandman's family" angle to Sandman and claimed they were in talks to bring McCauley Culkin in to play the role of Tyler Fullington?
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