Wednesday Link-Off: Whatcha Gonna Do, Hulkster?

So I’m not that bright at times. I thought I had finished this post when I went to bed last night (my Fitbit hesitates to call it sleep) but it turns out that I didn’t. All the links were picked and intros written. I just missed all the preamble stuff so I scrambled this together just now.

Anyway, it’s Wednesday and it’s link time. I don’t have anyone to lead off the post with but watch for a ninja edit tonight.

Another set of links, another story about Hulk Hogan. It seems as though his racist comments may not be an isolated incident on his sex tapes. He used the n-word in talking about his daughter’s music producer before turning his salty language on her (Radar Online)

And the Hulkster raised his racist comments with homophobic ones. (Radar Online)

The Hulkster doesn’t have the mortgage on scandal. The Daily Beast dug up a quote from Trump’s first wife in a 1993 book about The Donald that certainly got Trump’s lawyers up in arms. (The Daily Beast)

So is Donald Trump a bit mental or does he have boulders between his legs to execute his current run for the White House? Chances are that it’s a bit of both but you have to admit that the latter may describe his entire life. (Economist)

Possible Republican Presidential candidate Mike Huckabee has made a habit of comparing things to the Nazis. Probably not a good strategy. (BuzzFeed)

Anonymous has turned their focus onto the Canadian government. They’re looking into the cabinet and CSIS, including CSIS spying on President Obama. (iPolitics)

I want to say I’ve mentioned this before but that might be IRL. Caitlyn Jenner got plugs for her new show and an ESPY in exchange for doing an interview with Diane Sawyer. (Daily Mail)

An Australian study says that female gamers have less to fear from good male gamers than the bad and therefore insecure male gamers. (BuzzFeed)

Only one video this week. El Rey Network has a 37-minute recap video of all 37 episodes of Lucha Underground.

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