Headlines for: 06-25-2001
MAN CREATES DOG DOO DELIVERY SERVICE
GALT, Calif. (Wireless Flash) It sounds like a crappy way to make a buck but a California man is turning his dogs doo-doo into a big business.
N-SYNC DAD PART OF NOT SO BOY BAND
LAKE HELEN, Fla. (Wireless Flash) Boy bands have been traditionally marketed to teen-age girls but the latest trend may be something called Papa Music.
COMMUNICATION COLLAR DOESNT THRILL ANIMAL ACTIVISTS
HARRISBURG, Ill. (Wireless Flash) Animal rights groups dont mind speaking for animals but theyre not willing to help when the animals want to speak for themselves.
60-YEAR-OLD BRIT LAWYER TURNS POP STAR
BLACKPOOL, England (Wireless Flash) Pop star Britney Spears may have some competition from a 60-year-old female British attorney. A family trial lawyer who calls herself Pesha will soon release
BOSSTROLOGY: PISCES BOSSES KEEP EMPLOYEES LATE
LA QUINTA, Calif. (Wireless Flash) Getting a summer job? Well, you just might want to be more concerned about your bosss astrology sign than the salary.
POINTER SISTERS WANT TO BE SAMPLED
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) Although some old school singing groups cant stand having their tunes sampled by rappers, the Pointer Sisters arent one of them.
DRAG RACERS CRITIQUE THE FAST AND THE FURIOUS
PORTLAND, Ore. (Wireless Flash) The new drag racing flick The Fast and the Furious is revving the engines of real-life racers. So far, two different street racing experts have given the flick a thumbs
COMPUTER NERDS FACE OFF IN SEARCH FOR AMERICAS FASTEST GEEK
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) Computer geeks will start slinging silicon in the hopes of becoming Americas Fastest Geek. About 40 computer nerds from all over the country are gathering in New York
ASTRONAUT FOOD NOW AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC
HOUSTON (Wireless Flash) Neil Armstrongs giant leap for mankind may have wound up in the kitchen. A website called TheSpaceStore.com has just been cleared for take off as
FLASH LITES RIP N READ POP CULTURE RECAP
LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) If Los Angeles Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant ever runs down on his luck, he could turn his soon-to-be $13.5 million home into an amusement park. The 16,000-square-foot home in