Headlines for: 05-08-2002
Study: Educated Woman Like Gang Bangs
SAN DIEGO (Wireless Flash) What kind of woman enjoys a gang bang? An educated one, according to a new study. San Diego-based researchers Dwight and Joan Dixon recently interviewed
Pierced Teens Are Happy Teens, Says Expert
TORONTO (Wireless Flash) A body piercing expert is shooting holes through a new study that concludes teens who pierce their body parts are more likely to drink, skip school or have sex.
Rosie ODonnell Tickets Going for Top Dollar
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) Rosie ODonnells talk show ends May 22, and tickets for the final taping are going for $5000 each. Thats according to Noel Turner, who runs NYTix.com, an eBay-like
The Race is On for Star Wars-Inspired Sabers
MARQUETTE, Mich. (Wireless Flash) Its six days and counting until the opening day for Star Wars: Episode II Attack Of the Clones and some fans are preparing by purchasing their own lightsabers.
X-Files Cast Party Bittersweet
HOLLYWOOD (Wireless Flash) Although The X-Files is going out with a big bang on May 19, the cast party for the final episode was more sad than scary.
Chumbawamba Okays Tubthumping for Simpsons Episode
LEEDS, England (Wireless Flash) The Simpsons is doing something few have done before altering the lyrics to Chumbawambas 1997 hit song Tubthumping.
Authors Ask the World to Thank America for Toilet Paper
WEST HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (Wireless Flash) Two U.S.-based authors want the rest of the world to thank America every time they wipe their butts with toilet paper.
Mothers Day Enjoyable For Everyone But Mom
SANTA BARBARA, Calif. (Wireless Flash) Mothers Day can be a real bitch for some moms and it can turn them bitchy too. Thats according to relationship expert Cherie Carter Scott, who says
Bridal Horror Stories
BOSTON (Wireless Flash) A Boston-based support group for brides celebrates its one-year anniversary tonight and boy, the troubles its members have seen.
Flash Lites: Rip N Read Pop Culture Recap
LONDON (Wireless Flash) Harry Potter is reaching out to muggles around the world thanks to a new contest. A new website, owlsightings.com, lets Harrys fans compete to win a walk-on role in the
Around the Weird: Bizarre News Briefs
MT VERNON, Md. (Wireless Flash) The lights have gone out on the worlds foremost collector of light bulbs, Maryland resident Dr. Hugh Francis Hicks, who died earlier this week. Dr. Hicks owned what many consider