Headlines for: 07-09-2001
BOB CRANES SON TO REVEAL MORE OF HIS FATHERS SEXPLOITS
SEATTLE, Wash. (Wireless Flash) Although Hogans Heroes star Bob Crane is notorious for his swinging lifestyle, you soon might be seeing other old-time TV celebs having sex.
REAL PEOPLE TRADING CARDS
SAN FRANCISCO (Wireless Flash) Sports stars arent the only ones who have their own trading cards a San Francisco company has started a line featuring regular John and Jane Does.
MIKE PIAZZA: SEXIEST ALL-STAR
SEATTLE, Wash. (Wireless Flash) The New York Mets Mike Piazza has been voted Baseballs Sexiest Single All-Star. The catcher scored 11 percent of the votes received by the Kiss.com website
ROMEO AND JULIET: BIGFOOT STYLE?
SELMA, Oregon (Wireless Flash) This weekend, researchers hope to track down two Bigfoot families which reportedly are living near Selma, Oregon. The team of 18 researchers will converge on a canyon which may be home to
WHO LET THE BALLS OUT?
PHILADELPHIA (Wireless Flash) The band behind the one-hit-wonder Who Let the Dogs Out will soon be asking Who let the balls out?
CAN ETIQUETTE HELP EMINEM GET INTO AUSTRALIA?
PERTH, Australia (Wireless Flash) Could an etiquette makeover help keep raunchy Eminem from being banned from Australia? Probably not, says Australian etiquette expert Louise Percy of the Perth-
DONT BATTLE WITH BULLYING BOSS
PHILADELPHIA (Wireless Flash) Standing up to a bully is okay in the school yard, but not when its your boss. Thats the word from communication consultant Nick Morgan, who says
THERE AINT NO CURE FOR THE SUMMERTIME SNOOZE
CHICAGO (Wireless Flash) If youve been having a hard time getting to sleep youre not alone: A new survey shows summer is the most difficult season for snoozing.
JUNIOR INVENTORS CREATE TOOTHBRUSH FOR BRACES
APEX, N.C. (Wireless Flash) Four 8th-grade girls in North Carolina have sunk their teeth into inventing a special toothbrush for kids who were braces. Thirteen-year-old Christine Hackett says she and her three friends invented
FLASH LITES: RIP N READ POP CULTURE RECAP
CHICAGO (Wireless Flash) Somebody is paying good money to get in one teen country singers pants: $3,710. Thats how much a pair of khakis worn by 13-year-old Billy Gilman went for in an online auction