Headlines for: 03-14-2000
HOLLYWOOD GOING NUTS OVER BULL TESTES
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (Wireless Flash) -- There's a bull market for bull testicles in Southern California where Hollywood hotshots are going ga-ga over deep fried bull testicles.
BROCCOLI OK WITH GEORGE W. BUSH
AUSTIN, Tex. (Wireless Flash) -- George W. Bush is different from his father in at least one respect: he tolerates broccoli. Next Wednesday (Mar. 22) will mark the 10th anniversary of the day
PHONY KILLER CAUSING REAL TROUBLE FOR COPS
LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) -- A make-believe serial killer has the sheriff's department in Orange County, California, working overtime. Locals are flooding the sheriff's switchboard with calls about
WORLD'S SKINNIEST OFFICE BUILDING
VANCOUVER, B.C. (Wireless Flash) -- Think your office is small? It's nothing compared to Jack Chow's Insurance and Notary building in Vancouver, British Columbia.
NEW TREND IN KINK: EROTIC ELBOWS
MIAMI, Fla. (Wireless Flash) -- Being elbow-to-elbow with someone in the future could be downright erotic. According to Eurydice, a Greek-born sex journalist, the newest
MEET THE BOXING BONE DOCTOR
MIAMI (Wireless Flash) -- Bone crushing isn't always a bad thing for Florida surgeon Harold "Hackie" Reitman. That's because he's a heavyweight boxer himself.
WIRELESS FLASH BRIEFS FROM AROUND THE WORLD
LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) -- This is rich: A new survey by Jobtrack.com reveals 52 percent of college students expect to be millionaires by the time they're 40.
`PAT THE BUNNY' TURNS 60
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (Wireless Flash) -- The first book made exclusively for babies turns 60 this year. "Pat The Bunny" was written in 1940 by Dorothy Kunhardt -- but
KIDS INVENT WAYS TO MAKE VEGGIES MORE FUN
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (Wireless Flash) -- Forget about building a better mousetrap. An 8 year old in Princeton, New Jersey, has come up with a better way to eat peas.