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Topic - Hogan
The professional wrestler known as Hulk Hogan has filed a lawsuit against the Tampa, Fla.-based Laser Spine Institute, saying the clinic performed unnecessary surgeries that damaged his career.
Punk isn't dead. It's alive, and if not well, at least kicking in Paris, where _ after hardcore-steeped shows earlier in the week at Balmain and Balenciaga _ Jean Paul Gaultier sent out Saturday kinder, gentler Joan Jetts in spiky wigs and rose-emblazoned jean jackets.
"Colonel Peacock, Major Hogan, Captain Bower ... Shoot from the hip! Quick march! Right turn!" The names, ranks and barked commands of World War II British officers tumble from these old Asian soldiers' memories as if it all happened yesterday.