Thursday, September 14, 2006

Around The Weird: Bizarre News Briefs

NEW YORK (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – A new survey confirms what you may have suspected all along: The office information tech employees are 34 percent more likely to wear their hair in a ponytail and 63 percent more likely to wear black jeans than the other employees. That’s according to data compiled by which also reveals that the IT staffers are 32 percent less likely to wear clean clothes to work than business managers.

EPHRATA, Wash. – A man in Ephrata, Washington, has not shaved his beard since 9/11. Gary Weddle says he will continue to grow out his beard, which is over a foot long, until Osama bin Laden is caught or he is “buried with it.”

BOGOTA, Columbia – The wives and girlfriends of some gang members in Bogota, Columbia, are so fed up with all the violence in their country, they have decided to ban sex. The concerned women have even recorded a song with the hopes of encouraging others to join the strike.

ROCCALUMERA, Sicily – A Sicilian nun is in court after she set fire to a priest’s house in Roccalumera, Italy. Silva De Sousa, 39, burnt the house down after she caught the Father in bed with another woman. De Sousa claims the two have been together for four years and that she even had two abortions to protect him.
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Revised Phone Contact:

SAN DIEGO (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Due to an unprecedented amount of media interest for the story in the September 13 feed headlined “Camryn Manheim Is A Skeptic When It Comes To The Afterlife,” the CBS press contact for Ghost Whisperer is requesting radio station e-mail interview requests to Debbie Marcus. The revised media contact appears below.

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