I’m pretty sure that I warned you guys on Sunday that there were wrestling links coming. Wrestling Christmas comes but once a year. But since I didn’t watch New Japan until WrestleKingdom 9 in January, I guess we have to settle for being excited about WrestleMania 31. But there are plenty of links to read that are about more than just Vince McMahon’s ego.
Anyway, it’s Wednesday which means that it’s time for us to do the links. Let’s kick things off with Natalie Dormer. Good time to reminds you that Game of Thrones is back next month. I’m looking forward to it.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper said that the new national security bill should be fast tracked because everyone supported it. He might want to pump his brakes because the reality is the exact opposite. (Metro)
Talk about irony. The Republicans might get embroiled in their own birther controversy over prospective Presidential nominee Ted Cruz. (Washington Post)
Loblaw’s has a new plan to cut down on waste. They’re taking less aesthetically pleasing produce and selling it for a discount rather than tossing it in the garbage. (Think Progress)
Ending the long saga of Rolling Stone’s University of Virginia rape case, the Charlottesville Police say there’s no evidence backing up the article. (Daily Progress)
Since it’s WrestleMania week, we’ve got some WrestleMania links. First, it’s a look back at the first WrestleMania as we come up on the actual 30th anniversary of the show. (New York Daily News)
Fast Company takes a look at the many hats that Stephanie McMahon wears inside and outside of the ring. (Fast Company)
While the main event odds are no longer relevant, here is a look at the odds for WrestleMania 31. (The Buzzer)
Baseball season is coming up soon. Look for the Mets to have high expectations with Matt Harvey leading the way. (New York Magazine)
The Adam Carolla Show might just seem like another podcast on the internet but it’s generating $4.4 million in revenue. (Media Post)
And just for fun, let’s close out with 21 things you might not know about NewsRadio. (Mental Floss)
Here’s wrestling’s latest viral video. It’s a tongue-in-cheek look at Triple H’s career.
And if you’re a True Detective fan, here’s a spoof opening for WWE.