Headlines for: 09-24-2001
HELP WIPE OUT TERRORISM WITH BIN LADEN TOILET PAPER
BEAVERTON, Ontario (Wireless Flash) It had to happen sooner or later: Someone has created Osama bin Laden toilet paper. Canadian entrepreneur Allan Park has just started selling custom-printed
COME TOGETHER FOR GLOBAL ORGASM DAY
ST. LOUIS (Wireless Flash) The world will come together on October 20 if a man in St. Louis gets his wish. Mark Plattner has declared Oct. 20 as Global Orgasm Day, and
ENGINEERS DEVELOP ANTI-HIJACKING COCKPIT DOORS
LAS VEGAS (Wireless Flash) Forget about building a better mousetrap a firm in Las Vegas has built a better cockpit door for airplanes. Electrical engineers at the Proteus America Company have developed an anti-
TWENTYSOMETHING ACTRESS TO MAKE PUBLIC VOW OF CELIBACY
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) This may rub some men the wrong way but a twentysomething actress is hoping to become a walking billboard for celibacy. Tomorrow (Sep. 26), actress Echo Allen will appear at Carolines
LAST YEARS MOLE OFFERS ADVICE: BE A KLUTZ
LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) If youre the type of klutz who cant do anything right, you may want to apply to be the mole on the ABC reality series, The Mole.
HOT SAUCE BRINGS TASTE OF FREEDOM TO YANKS
NEW ORLEANS (Wireless Flash) The light of liberty that burns in the heart of every American may soon be accompanied by heart burn. Thats because a New Orleans hot sauce company is coming out with a
CANADIAN KIDS CHOIR POTENTIAL NOVELTY HIT?
LANGLEY, B.C. (Wireless Flash) A 60-voice childrens choir from Langley, British Columbia, is the latest fave of musicians like David Bowie.
THE SOUR SMELL OF SUCCESS
SEATTLE (Wireless Flash) Even the biggest Hollywood stars arent immune from bad breath. Just ask former child star Karolyn Grimes best-known for playing Jimmy Stewarts daughter, Zuzu,
WAL-MART COOKBOOK PROVIDES PEEK AT DISCOUNT DINING
BENTONVILLE, Ark. (Wireless Flash) Talk about discount dining: Wal-Mart is coming out with its own cookbook. Next month, the bargain basement chain store will be releasing a book of
FLASH LITES: RIP N READ POP CULTURE UPDATE
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) Talk about spooky: Some New Yorkers are reporting they can see the ghost of the World Trade Centers fallen twin towers. Newsday reports residents and emergency workers