Thursday, February 3, 2005

Headline News 2005-02-03

From ABC News:
Judge Puts Stay on Stripper-Permit Law
Texas Strippers: "Badges? We don't need no stinking badges."

From ABC News:
Al Qaeda Still in Pakistan, Work Needed, U.S. Says
"Hire A Terrorist" program not getting desired results

From ABC News:
Georgian Prime Minister Found Dead
Waycross residents confused by report

From ABC News:
Tsunami Epidemics Still a Risk
Bush blamed

From ABC News:
'Desperate Housewives' Star Has a Plan
Plus she served in Vietnam

From CNN:
Scientists: 'Birdbrained' doesn't mean stupid
But 'Dumbass' does

From CNN:
Don't dial it, jiggle it
New phones come with Jenna Jameson's 'moan tones'

From CNN:
Firefighters disciplined for photo shoot with nude women
To be spanked for being naughty, naughty boys

From CNN International:
Heads roll at French retail giant
Guillotine-Mart unable to overtake Wal-Mart

From Reuters UK:
Syria and Iran reject Bush attacks
Afghanistan and Iraq opposition to Bush attacks worked so well

From Reuters:
U.S. General Says It Is 'Fun to Shoot Some People'
Hip-hop community up in arms, say Marines trying to encroach on their turf

From Wired:
Scientists Find Missing Matter
Was right where Einstein left it, next to his missing keys

From KVOA:
MSNBC hires Tucker Carlson for prime-time show
Hopes to cut audience by half, just like at CNN

From The Washington Post:
Two Fired Over Tsunami Radio Satire
Listeners that can only pick up one station and have no 'off' button will be relieved

From The Washington Post:
Iraqi Refugees Overwhelm Syria
Want WMD Back

From The New York Times:
Marines Miss January Goal for Recruits
Follow-up to the Miss December, Miss Playmate of the Year plan

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