Headlines for: 04-24-2001

REAL LIFE KRAMER IS RUNNING FOR NEW YORK MAYOR NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) – The man who inspired the Kramer character on Seinfeld is considering a new job – as mayor of New York City. This Saturday (Apr. 28), Kenny Kramer – who is known as “The Real

COMPANY PUTTING SUBLIMINAL ADS IN ADULT DVDS LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) – A Los Angeles-based X-rated film company is experimenting with subliminal messages placed in its line of adult DVDs. Vivid Video says six new DVDs will contain subliminal messages such as

COMICS HOPE TO CLEAN UP BY TOURING LAUNDROMATS LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) – “Clean humor” is getting a new meaning from a group of Los Angeles comedians, who plan to perform in laundromats.

12 PERCENT OF WEATHER BUFFS LIKE BEING INTERRUPTED DURING SEX NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) – Would you stop having sex just so you could hear the weather report? Believe it or not, some people do. According to a survey by Infogate, 12 percent of “weather buffs”

ARTIST INSPIRED BY SNACK FOODS PHILADELPHIA (Wireless Flash) – Art may be in the eye of the beholder but for one woman, it’s in her stomach. Philadelphia artist Jan Elmy is fascinated with Tastykakes – those

AIRPLANE SEATS CLEAR FOR TAKE OFF OPA LOCKA, Fla. (Wireless Flash) – The energy crisis may make air travel too expensive but that doesn’t mean you can’t sit in one of those uncomfortable airplane seats.

GAMBLER’S TIP: AVOID FREE ROOMS IN VEGAS GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (Wireless Flash) – Here’s some gambling advice Kenny Rogers never mentioned – avoid complementary hotel rooms. That’s the advice of professional gambler John Gollehon, who says

15 YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF CHERNOBYL ACCIDENT JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (Wireless Flash) – Tomorrow (Apr. 26) marks the 15th anniversary of the day a Soviet nuclear reactor exploded at the Chernobyl power plant.

GEORGE W. BUSH ONCE HAD BALLS – PING-PONG BALLS NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) – Looks like George W. Bush had a lot of balls when he was a young man – as in ping pong. According to the upcoming issue of Parade magazine, long before