Headlines for: 10-01-2001

PATTI PAGE: ‘DOGS AREN’T GOOD DUET PARTNERS’ MANCHESTER, N.H. (Wireless Flash) – Although Patti Page is most famous for singing, “How Much Is That Doggie In The Window?” she doesn’t think pooches make great duet partners.

CELL PHONES COULD HELP SNAG BIN LADEN BERKELEY, Calif. (Wireless Flash) – The ring of a cell phone may soon toll for Osama bin Laden, if a man in Berkeley, California, has his way.

ROSA PARKS’ BUS TO BE AUCTIONED OFF LATER THIS MONTH OAK BROOK, Ill. (Wireless Flash) – Would you pay $50,000 for a green and yellow bus that doesn’t run? What if it was the same bus Rosa Parks rode in when she declined to

‘HAMSTER POTTY’ MAKES ITS DEBUT MEDFORD, Mass. (Wireless Flash) – Toilets aren’t just for humans anymore thanks to a pet products company that is launching the world’s first hamster potty.

PUSSYCAT POSING NUDE WITH PORN STARS LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) – A 16-month-old tomcat is getting lots of tail thanks to a new website. The feline is known as “Little Gray Guy” and he has his own adult

HOLIDAY IN AFGHANISTAN LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) – Afghanistan is probably the last place a U.S. citizen would want to vacation – but not every American shares that view.

ARAB-AMERICANS VICTIMS OF COMPUTER TERRORISTS BOTHELL, Wa. (Wireless Flash) – The biggest victims of terrorism may be Americans of Middle-Eastern descent. According to Larry Sontag, a computer security entrepreneur in Bothell,

HOLOGRAPHIC SOUND SYSTEM READY FOR MOVIES CLIFFWOOD, N.J. (Wireless Flash) – Movie-goers won’t believe their ears when they hear this: A new technology that makes the action in movies sound as if it’s taking place in the same room as the audience.

DOLLS ARE GETTING THE JORDACHE LOOK NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) – Those bun-hugging Jordache jeans are getting mascots in the form of a new line of denim-clad dolls called “Fashion Attitude Dolls” – or F.A.D.s.

FLASH LITES: RIP ‘N’ READ POP CULTURE RECAP BUDAPEST, Hungary (Wireless Flash) – A Hungarian “escapologist” has survived a stunt where he spent 33 hours inside a block of ice. 22-year- old David Merlini initially collapsed when his assistants freed him from the