Headlines for: 10-08-2001
STUDY: MIAMI MEN ARE LIMP AS WET NOODLES
EMMAUS, Penn. (Wireless Flash) Men who need more lead in their pencils should avoid Miami. According to a new study by Mens Health magazine, Miamis
OVER-THE-COUNTER ANTHRAX REMEDY NOW OUT
BRONX, N.Y. (Wireless Flash) A New York man claims he has a homeopathic remedy for Americans who are worried about anthrax and cant wait for the government to do something about it.
BOB PATTERSON MOTIVATES MOTIVATIONAL SPEAKER TO CHANGE CHANNEL
PITTSBURGH, Penn. (Wireless Flash) Jason Alexanders new TV character, motivational speaker Bob Patterson, is motivating some real-life motivational speakers who want the show canceled.
GAS MASKS FOR PETS OK WITH ANIMAL ACTIVISTS
NORFOLK, Va. (Wireless Flash) The animal activists at People for the Ethical Treatment For Animals are giving a paws up to gas masks for pets in case of a biological attack.
JOHN LENNON DIDNT LIKE RECENT TRIBUTE
WASHINGTON (Wireless Flash) Imagine being able to talk to the late John Lennon. You may be able to thanks to a computer company that has created an artificial intelligence program that mimics the Beatles
FAT FOLKS DONT GET LUCKY ON TV
EAST LANSING, Mich. (Wireless Flash) It aint easy being fat especially if youre a character on TV. A new study by researchers at Michigan State University shows chubby TV
RETIRED FARMER: VISITING VENUS WILL BRING WORLD PEACE
KITCHENER, Ontario (Wireless Flash) The problems in the Middle East could be solved just by colonizing Venus, according to an 82-year-old man from Kitchener, Ontario.
THE GUILT LENNON NEEDLESSLY TOOK TO HIS GRAVE
LONDON (Wireless Flash) Today (Oct. 9) marks the 61st anniversary of John Lennons birth. Tragically, sources say Lennon felt guilty that he caused the death of his
NEW TONGUE SPRAY PREVENTS HANGOVERS
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) Preventing a hangover may soon be as simple as sticking out your tongue. Thats because a New York-based company will soon be releasing a new
FLASH LITES: RIP N READ POP CULTURE RECAP
BERLIN (Wireless Flash) City officials in Cologne, Germany, have created a line of drive-in brothels in the hopes of moving the red light district away from its landmark cathedral. Clients drive their cars past a