Headlines for: 01-24-2000
PAT BOONE CONSIDERING DUET WITH SNOOP DOGGY DOGG
LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) -- First Pat Boone shocked his older fans with a heavy metal album in 1997. Now he's considering recording a rap duet with Snoop Doggy Dogg.
AUSTRALIANS WANT MOUNTAIN TO BE NAMED AFTER BIGFOOT
CANBERRA, Australia (Wireless Flash) -- The tallest mountain in Australia could soon be named after Bigfoot if one man Down Under has his way.
IS AL GORE AT RISK FOR HEART ATTACK?
POTOMAC, Md. (Wireless Flash) -- Al Gore's bald spot could get him in a spot of trouble with voters. According to science researcher Steven Milloy, Gore is
HOODED E.T. ABDUCTIONS ON THE RISE
MEDFORD, N.J. (Wireless Flash) -- Reports of unusual alien abductions are on the rise in eastern coastal towns of the United States.
BUTT-KISSING TECHNIQUES FROM AROUND THE WORLD
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) -- There's a world of difference in the way folks butter up their bosses. "Details" magazine reports that in Japan, aspiring butt-
100-YEAR-OLD DRIVERS SOUGHT
LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) -- Would you believe it? There are actually people over the age of 100 still driving cars. That's according to Steven Latham of The Living Century, an
WIRELESS FLASH BRIEFS FROM AROUND THE WORLD
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) -- According to a new survey by Physique hair products, Americans think Jenna Elfman and George Clooney are the celebrities with the best haircuts. Lauryn Hill's
HOLLYWOOD CELEBS PURSUE TRIVIAL ACTIVITIES
HOLLYWOOD (Wireless Flash) -- The latest obsession among Hollywood hot shots is as trivial as it gets: it's the Trivial Pursuit game.
WORKERS TO HAVE RESUMES IMPLANTED IN BODY?
CHICAGO (Wireless Flash) -- In the near future, you may have your resume imbedded in your body via a special microchip. That's the prediction of business trend expert John