Headlines for: 11-12-2001
WORM WOMAN MAKES LIVING EATING WORMS
CALGARY, Alberta (Wireless Flash) The early bird catches the worm unless the Worm Woman gets there first. The Worm Woman is 40-year-old Brenda Fox, who makes a living eating live
DOGGIE BREATH MINTS
FALMOUTH, Maine (Wireless Flash) A new line of breath mints for dogs is becoming all the rage for folks who share a bed with their bowser. The so-called Yip-Yap pellets are liver-flavored canine breath
IRISH BALLAD CELEBRATES FIREFIGHTERS SALTY REMARK
SAN MARCOS, Calif. (Wireless Flash) A New York City firemans request that Osama bin Laden kiss his royal Irish ass has inspired a new drinking ditty.
MICHIGAN FISHERWOMAN: THE BILLIE JEAN KING OF BASS-FISHING
EDWARDSBURG, Mich. (Wireless Flash) A woman from Edwardsburg, Michigan, has done for bass fishing what Billie Jean King did for tennis. Renee Flesh, a 38-year-old physical therapist, is the first woman to ever
HOLIDAY TRAVEL A NIGHTMARE FOR PEE-SHY PEOPLE
BALTIMORE (Wireless Flash) Not everyone whos afraid to fly home for the holidays is scared of terrorists some are afraid of airplane rest rooms.
JAPANESE HOUSEWIVES BECOMING PACHINKO PROSTITUTES
TOKYO (Wireless Flash) The Japanese arcade game, Pachinko, is a real ball for some Tokyo housewives literally. The Mainichi Daily News reports that some married ladies are so
THE WAH-WA-WAHH OF CHARLIE BROWN
LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) Good grief! Would you believe kids are more interested in knowing about the grown ups on the Peanuts cartoon specials than Snoopy or Charlie Brown.
WILL PRINCE HELP SAVE MINNESOTA TWINS?
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (Wireless Flash) Some folks will do anything to keep Major League Baseball from getting rid of the Minnesota Twins even ask Prince for help.
DOGGY DUET SINGING CONTEST SOUNDS OFF TODAY
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) Dogs and cats will be singing for more than their supper later today in New York. Thats where the makers of Advantage flea control will be holding a
FLASH LITES: RIP N READ POP CULTURE RECAP
MILWAUKEE (Wireless Flash) Should we leave the capture of Osama bin Laden to Beaver Cleaver? Actor Jerry Mathers tells the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel his Beaver character always stood up to