Headlines for: 03-27-2000

REVERSE SPEECH EXPERT UNCOVERS CELEBS INNER THOUGHTS SAN JOSE, Calif. (Wireless Flash) -- Is Tommy Lee Jones thinking about getting into "double jeopardy" with Ashley Judd? A backwards speech expert named John Kelly claims that when you

MEN SLIPPING INTO CORSETS FOR CORPORATE IMAGE KANSAS CITY, Kan. (Wireless Flash) -- Dressing for success is starting to become a tight squeeze for men. It seems a growing number of male executives are wearing tight-fitting corsets under their power suits.

EXPERT SAYS DOLPHINS PROBABLY HELPED ELIAN GONZALEZ HILO, Hawaii (Wireless Flash) -- Little Elian Gonzalez' claim that dolphins protected him while he was lost at sea may sound crazy -- but it rings true to a dolphin researcher in Hilo, Hawaii.

RESEARCHERS RECORD NESSIE NOISES LOCH NESS, Scotland (Wireless Flash) -- It may sound all wet but Swedish researchers may have recorded the first Loch Ness monster noises heard in 30 years.

FORMER JERKY BOY OFFERS APRIL FOOLS' DAY PRANKS NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) -- Looking for a good prank to pull on April Fools' Day? Look no further than your telephone. That's the advice of former Jerky Boy Kamal Ahmed, who claims

WIRELESS FLASH BRIEFS FROM AROUND THE WORLD KANSAS CITY, Mo. (Wireless Flash) -- Now here's a taxing idea: greeting cards for Tax Day. One of the designs from Hallmark features a picture of the tax man holding hands with the Grim Reaper with the caption:

LIP STINK: SCOOBY DOO'S VELMA HAS A LISP LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) -- A popular cartoon character is hiding a shocking secret: A speech defect. According to voiceover artist B.J. Ward -- who provides the voice

FRANK STALLONE BIG ON BOXING MEMORABILIA LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) -- Although Sylvester Stallone is best known for playing a boxer, his brother Frank is the real expert on fisticuffs.

PRANK COCKTAILS TO FOOL YOUR FRIENDS BALTIMORE (Wireless Flash) -- Looks like April Fool's Day is the latest holiday to get its own drinks. That's according to Kari Astrid of the cocktail.com website, who

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