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Smashing Pumpkins’ Billy Corgan reboots National Wrestling Alliance

Will S.' Random Weirdness Blog

No, really!

Billy Corgan has a plan to resurrect an old favorite, a project tinged with nostalgia, yet firmly with an eye on sparking a new generation of fans.

Ah, yes, reuniting the classic Smashing Pumpkins lineup?

Not quite — at least, not this weekend.

Corgan is set to reboot the National Wrestling Alliance, founded in 1948 and the once proud stomping grounds of Ric Flair, Lou Thesz, Harley Race and other wrestling legends, injecting the forgotten company with a 21st century flavor.

“Despite all my rage, I am still just a rat in a cage” – hey, maybe Corgan himself can don a rat costume and enter a cage match! 😉

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6 Czech tourists fined for sporting Borat mankinis in Kazakhstan

Good; that’s a crime against good taste. 😉

In this image made available by informburo.kz, on Wednesday Nov. 15, 2017 shows a group of Czech tourists dressed in swimsuits made famous by TV and film character Borat in Atana, Friday Nov. 10, 2017. The group of six Czech tourists who visited Kazakhstan dressed up in the skimpy swimsuits have reportedly been detained by authorities in the central Asian country's capital Astana. Sporting lime green "mankinis" and black wigs, the men had hoped to take a picture in front of the "I Love Astana" sign. But local police detained them on Friday and fined them 22,500 tenge ($68) each, according to the Kazakh news website informburo.kz. (informburo.kz, via AP)

In this image made available by informburo.kz, on Wednesday Nov. 15, 2017 shows a group of Czech tourists dressed in swimsuits made famous by TV and film character Borat in Atana, Friday Nov. 10, 2017. The group of six Czech tourists who visited Kazakhstan dressed up in the skimpy swimsuits have reportedly been detained by authorities in the central Asian country’s capital Astana. Sporting lime green “mankinis” and black wigs, the men had hoped to take a picture in front of the “I Love Astana” sign. But local police detained them on Friday and fined them 22,500 tenge ($68) each, according to the Kazakh news website informburo.kz. (informburo.kz, via AP)(AP)