Headlines for: 12-03-2001
12-YEAR-OLD BOY INVENTS LUNCHBOX ALARM
NEW PLYMOUTH, N.Z. (Wireless Flash) Losing your lunch may be a thing of the past, thanks to a 12-year-old Thomas Edison in New Plymouth, New Zealand.
SASQUATCH GANGSTAS FIGHT DIRTY
COOS BAY, Ore. (Wireless Flash) An Oregon man may have proof of a turf war between rival Bigfoot gangs: a primitive version of brass knuckles.
LORD OF THE RINGS STAR CURES INSOMNIA BY TEARING UP BIBLES
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) Some people count sheep to get to sleep but Oscar-nominated actor Ian McKellen prefers to rip up bibles. McKellen, who plays Gandalf in the Lord Of The Rings trilogy,
PRISON CLOTHES INFLUENCING MENS SPORTSWEAR
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) Prison wear is influencing mens wear this spring. According to the National Association of Mens Sportswear Buyers, old
SELF-HELP GURU USES FARTS TO CURE FEARS
LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) It sounds ghastly but a Swedish self-help guru claims he uses flatulence to cure peoples phobias. Satori Mateu claims hes been helping people rid themselves of
CRANES SON APPROVES OF CROWE-GANS HEROES
SEATTLE (Wireless Flash) Russell Crowes plans to take Hogans Heroes to the big screen has at least one fan happy: The son of show's star Bob Crane.
COMPUTER SCIENTIST: SEGWAY NOVEL BUT NOT REVOLUTIONARY
CRANFORD, N.J. (Wireless Flash) The new people mover known as the Segway Human Transporter isnt exactly moving a computer scientist in Cranford, New Jersey.
ANDY KIM MAKING A BARENAKED COMEBACK?
LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) Remember singer Andy Kim, who hit No. 1 in 1974 with Rock Me Gently? Well, Kim who also wrote Sugar, Sugar for the
FATHER OF LIGHT BEER STILL DRINKING UP KNOWLEDGE
HINGHAM, Maryland (Wireless Flash) The name Joseph Owades may not be on your lips but his invention possibly is: Light beer. Back in 1967, Owades figured out how to take the calories out of beer but
FLASH LITES: RIP N READ POP CULTURE RECAP
CANBERRA, Australia An Australian substitute grammar school teacher has been fired after she told her class of six year olds Santa Claus isnt real. Children arrived home in tears after the teacher told them