Urban Legends Reference Pages: Daily Snopes: ()   Campbell's Honors Warhol on Soup Cans   (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
  • If you have a couple of million to spare, you might be able to pick up an original signed edition by Andy Warhol. But if your money is kinda funny, you might have to make do with the four-pack of Campbell's Tomato Soup cans outfitted in brightly colored Warhol-inspired labels.


  •   Scissors Are Left in Woman After Surgery   (Associated Press)
  • A Sydney woman demanded an explanation from a hospital where a pair of scissors were left in her abdomen after surgery and said she planned to sue.


  •   Farmer Jailed for Killing Neighbor's Chickens   (Reuters)
  • A Belgian court sentenced a farmer to a year in prison for stealing and killing 12 chickens, several chicks and a cat belonging to his elderly neighbor.


  •   'Built This City' Tops Worst Songs List   (Associated Press)
  • Starship may have built this city on rock and roll, but Blender magazine is tearing it down, naming the band's "We Built This City" as the worst song ever.


  •   Even Armani Has a Fake Armani Watch   (Associated Press)
  • Imitation is flattering, says designer Giorgio Armani, who has a fake Armani watch to prove it.


  •   Cyprus Bishop Says Yes Voters Will Go to Hell   (Reuters)
  • Be good and you will inherit the kingdom of heavens, said Jesus. Vote yes in Cyprus's crucial referendum on April 24 and you will go to hell — or so says a Greek Cypriot bishop.


  •   Donkey Does Security Detail on Farm   (Associated Press)
  • The newest employee at the University of Rhode Island's Peckham Farm is a four-foot-tall fuzzy brown donkey, and she appears to be taking her livestock-guarding responsibilities seriously.


  •   Lack of Females May Have Done in Dinosaurs   (Reuters)
  • An asteroid may have wiped out the dinosaurs 65 million years ago not simply by changing the world's climate and causing years of dark skies, but also by causing too many of them to be born male.


  •   Survey Unveils What Happens in Bedroom   (Associated Press)
  • Austrians love their bedrooms, but seldom make love in them. Malaysians often have sex in their bedrooms, but don't get much sleep there.


  •   Aboriginal Woman Puts Curse on PM   (Associated Press)
  • An Aboriginal woman clad in possum skins put a traditional curse on Prime Minister John Howard , apparently in retaliation for government plans to abolish Australia's top indigenous elected body.


  •   Stairway to Hell   (The Guardian)
  • Why do so many musicians succumb to drink, drugs and violence?


  •   Ice Cream Prices Rise As Summer Approaches   (Associated Press)
  • Gasoline isn't the only thing that's costing more as summer approaches. The National Ice Cream Retailers Association says ice cream prices are going up, too.


  •   Shrek the Sheep Faces His Shearers   (BBC News)
  • A sheep in New Zealand has become something of a celebrity after dodging the shearers for six years.


  •   Soccer Player Scores World's Fastest Goal   (Associated Press)
  • An amateur soccer player who scored 2-1/2 seconds into a game was credited with the world's fastest goal by the England Football Association.


  •   Ontario Chicken Farmers Promise Plenty of Wings   (Canadian Press)
  • Snack-happy hockey fans across Canada's most populous province, rest assured: there will be no shortage of chicken wings as long as the poultry farmers of Ontario are on the job.
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