Thursday, January 27, 2005

Headline News 2005-01-27

From The Washington Post:
Ted Nugent Concert Lawsuit to Go to Trial
Suffers from Cat Scratch Fever, seeks to have medical bills paid

From The Washington Post:
Scientists Scan Data From Saturn's Moon
Picard: "These new scanners are amazing. Number One, prepare an away team. Go get Mr. Data!"

From The Washington Post:
Laser Scans Used on Washington's Teeth
Catches fire, burns

From BBC:
Italy to act on Somalia graves
Rome Theatre to perform "Hamlet" in Mogadishu

From BBC:
Man held in Kilroy manure inquiry
Suspect: "These charges are B.S., man!"

From BBC:
Fungus risk for tsunami survivors
Giant Mushrooms Roam Streets Looking For Blood

From BBC:
Make history compulsory - Tories
Space-Time Continuum To Remain Intact

From CNN:
Rice: 'History is calling us'
Wants to talk about the Tories

From CNN:
Sex selling at Sundance
Hollywood's Most Famous Whores Take Utah By Storm

From CNN:
N.Y. GOP chair will ask Giuliani to run for Senate
Talking Furniture Plots State Future

From CNN money:
Riggs pleads guilty, will pay $16M
Murtaugh getting too old for this s#!+

From ABC News:
Minn. Group Denounces 'Whorehouse Days'
Doesn't want kids to know how they worked their way through college

From ABC News:
School's Seven Sets of Twins Earns Record
To share Fleetwood Mac's "Rumours"

From ABC News:
Suspected Meteorite Inspires Prayer
"Lord, don't let that thing hit me. Amen."

From ABC News:
Fat Fight May Be Waged at School
Sherman Klump, Fat Albert expected to throw down in the cafeteria at noon

From ABC News:
AP: Gitmo Soldier Details Sexual Tactics
"First you take them to a really nice restaurant..."

From ABC News:
Factories Humming but Rehiring Is Slow
Might be better situation if factories knew the words

From ABC News:
Peter Frampton Showing Pearl Jam the Way
Helping group get used to being a has-been

From ABC News:
Wife of 'Brady Bunch' Star Seeks Divorce
... yet he was all alone.

From ABC News:
Former Beatle to Voice Animated Superhero
Obscurity Man to the rescue

4 comments:

  1. Did you read the Washington's denture story? Gross!

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  2. I find that it's easier to just make up the stories. Like the New York Times does.

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  3. i liked the Peter frampton one the best! good work as usual!

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