Headlines for: 07-04-2000
THESE BOOTS WERE MADE FOR WALKMANS
FAIRFORD, England (Wireless Flash) -- An experimental shoe that converts human energy into electrical power may be stepping into stores in the near future.
OBSCENE INTERIORS: DECORATING ADVICE FOR PORNOGRAPHERS
LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) -- When watching an X-rated video, does anyone care about the color of the bedspread or the paintings on the walls?
AUSTRALIAN UFO SIGHTINGS UP 7 PERCENT
CANBERRA, Australia (Wireless Flash) -- Thirteen is a lucky number for Australia's paranormal buffs: The country is 13 percent weirder than last year.
Y2K WEDDING PANIC ALL HYPE
LANCASTER, Pa. (Wireless Flash) -- It looks like the great wedding panic of 2000 is turning out to be nothing but hype. Back in November, wedding experts were predicting there
E.T. ABDUCTEES BUYING UP MOTORCYCLE HATS?
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (Wireless Flash) -- This will flip your lid: A hat manufacturer has discovered its leather motorcycle caps are a hit with alien abductees.
LEAKY BLADDERS INCREASE RISK OF FRACTURES
BALTIMORE, Md. (Wireless Flash) -- A new study shows older women with leaky bladders are more likely to fall or fracture their bones by rushing to the bathroom when nature calls.
MISSPELL YOUR WAY TO SUCCESS ON INTERNET AUCTIONS
SAN JOSE, Calif. (Wireless Flash) -- A few misspelled words could be all that stands between you and a good deal at an internet auction.
ARE YOU A `PROMOSEXUAL' OR A `POP TART?'
SAN FRANCISCO (Wireless Flash) -- The latest crop of slang terms have just made their way into the new Webster's dictionary -- but what kind of "slanguage" will make it in
SINGING THE PRAISES OF SINGERS WHO CAN'T SING
HOBOKEN, N.J. (Wireless Flash) -- A music historian is singing the praises of singers who can't sing. Musicologist Irwin Chusid -- author of the upcoming