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Sunday, February 27, 2005

Well that didn't take long, did it...

In my previous post I wrote about Kraft's roadkill gummi candy and the ludicrous stink (no pun intended) being rasied by the New Jersey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Well, fearing the wrath of parents whose kids might be traumatized by the sight of gummi candy with tire marks on it, Kraft has decided to halt production.
FULL STORY:http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/4300029.stm

An Italian sex researcher claims he can tell a woman's personality from the size and shape of her rack, reports online news service Ananova. He has categorized breast types according to fruits and says men can draw up their own horoscope-type chart that indicates what a woman's chest size says about her.
Here's what the various shapes reportedly indicate:
Melon=likes eating and wants to be spoiled and admired. But seldom likes sex.
Lemon=full of life and can laugh at themselves. They want a balanced life without surprises
Oval/Pineapple=intelligent, often has a career but is still romantic. They are also faithful. Grapefruit=may look erotic, but in reality is bashful and homely. prefers tenderness over sex.
Orange=self-confident, knows her goals, little interest in sex. She likes conversation.
Small/Cherry=funny and very exciting. Entertaining and intelligent. Moderate sex interest
Pear=Love in all its variations. Can be very religious, but is known to have affairs.
FULL STORY:http://www.thestar.com/NASApp/cs/ContentServer?pagename=thestar/Layout/Article_Type1&c=Article&cid=1109199011305&call_pageid=991479973472&col=991929131147&DPL=IvsNDS%2f7ChAX&tacodalogin=yes

Is that Time magazine or the Toronto Sun?
Lead headline on Time's homepage:Revenge of the Kurds

More than 100,000 workers in Cuba's tourism industry have been ordered to restrict their contact with foreigners to an absolute minimum. New regulations from the communist state's tourism ministry apply to Cubans on the island and overseas. The tourism ministry added similar programs have achieved great results in places such as France and Quebec.
FULL STORY:http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/4301529.stm

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