Headlines for: 11-26-2001
SOIL SCIENTIST: DEAD PEOPLE A FERTILE SOURCE OF FERTILIZER
CHRISTCHURCH, N.Z. (Wireless Flash) It may sound cold but an 85-year- old soil scientist thinks freeze-dried corpses could be a fertile source of fertilizer.
FEMALE ARTIST WANTS WOMENS BRAS
EL CERRITO, Calif. (Wireless Flash) A female artist in El Cerrito, California, needs at least 5000 more women to give her the bras off their backs all in the name of art.
JESUS CHRIST TO BE CLONED DECEMBER 25?
BERKELEY, Calif. (Wireless Flash) The second coming of Jesus Christ could occur this Christmas thanks to an amateur geneticist who wants to clone the Messiah.
MUSIC PUBLISHER DYING FOR MORE FUNERAL SONGS
PONCA CITY, Oklahoma (Wireless Flash) If the September 11 terrorist attacks have inspired you to write any songs suitable for a funeral, an Oklahoma-based music publisher is dying to hear them.
LUVSEAT GETS A MAKEOVER
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (Wireless Flash) Sit down for this news: An ergonomic chair designed for having sex in is getting a revamp. The so-called Luvseat is an adjustable chair that resembles a
BUBBLE BATH HELPS WOMEN KEEP BREASTS IN CHECK
COLUMBUS, Ohio (Wireless Flash) A new type of bubble bath is helping women keep their breasts in check. The First BaSE For Women Kit is a kit containing 12 bath gels that women
YOU CAN DO MAGIC: CAST SPELLS DURING SEX
LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) When Harry Potter is an adult, he may be using a different kind of magic wand. According to Donald Michael Kraig, editor of the magic-oriented website,
ROCK N ROLL HAS A THUG-FILLED PAST
LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) The heart of rock n roll should be beating behind bars. Thats the word from Burt Kearns, executive producer of an upcoming
THE SHOW MUST GO ON FOR LORD OF THE RINGS ACTOR
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) The old showbiz adage the show must go on means a lot to Viggo Mortensen, who plays the warrior Aragorn in the upcoming Lord of the Rings movies.
FLASH LITES: RIP N READ POP CULTURE RECAP
SEOUL, Korea (Wireless Flash) Three restaurant owners in Seoul, Korea, have been jailed for selling leftover sausages and ham from a U.S. Army canteen. The meat remnants which were intended only for livestock