Headlines for: 09-30-2001

JAPANESE RESEARCHER: ‘MASTURBATION RUBS FAT AWAY’ TOKYO (Wireless Flash) – Ladies: If you’re trying to lose a few pounds, the answer may be at your fingertips – literally. Researchers at Tokyo’s Yotsuya Medical Clinic claim females who

NICOTINE WATER MAKES A BIG SPLASH CAMARILLO, Calif. (Wireless Flash) – Two California entrepreneurs hope to be swimming in cash with a new product – Nicotine Water. True to its name, the product is a 12-ounce bottle of water which contains

LUCILLE BALL JUST AS KLUTZY IN REAL LIFE NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) – October 15 marks the 50th anniversary of the debut of I Love Lucy, one of the most popular sitcoms ever. Although Lucille Ball long insisted she was nothing like her TV

‘SURVIVOR III’ CRAPPIER THAN EVER NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) – Survivor III: Africa debuts next week (Oct. 11) and, regardless of who wins, it’s guaranteed to be a crappier show than last year.

NEW JACKYL TUNE BECOMING SOLDIERS’ BATTLE CRY KENNESAW, Ga. (Wireless Flash) – A new song by the heavy metal band Jackyl is becoming a battle cry for U.S. soldiers. The tune, “Open Invitation,” is a call to kick Osama Bin

OZZY OSBOURNE’S WIFE CALLS PAUL McCARTNEY A ‘GAY BASTARD’ NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) – Ozzy Osbourne’s wife, Sharon, better not expect Paul McCartney to invite her for tea anytime soon: She’s just called the former Beatle a “gay bastard.”

WORK IS A REAL PAIN IN THE BUTT FOR 12 PERCENT OF AMERICANS NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) – Think your job’s a pain in the butt? You’re not alone. According to a new poll by Integra Realty Resources, 12 percent of office

MAN FINDS BIGFOOT’S FINGERPRINTS ON BOTTLE OF ANT SPRAY WEST LINN, Ore. (Wireless Flash) – A Sasquatch seeker in West Linn, Oregon, believes he’s discovered Bigfoot’s fingerprints. Researcher Joe Beelart recently found some mysterious smudges on a glass

COMICS NOT SO FUNNY TO WORK WITH MONTREAL (Wireless Flash) – Working with comics is anything but a bunch of laughs – just ask Andy Nulman. Nulman ran the Just For Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal from 1986 to

FLASH LITES: RIP ‘N’ READ POP CULTURE RECAP NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) – The World Trade Center may not exist anymore, but the site where the Twin Towers once stood continues to be a tourist attraction. Tourists have been coming by the dozens to view the remains, and