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A federal judge has ordered former Enron Chief Executive Officer Jeff Skilling to stop drinking alcohol and submit to a curfew, the fallout from the former corporate star's drunken misadventure in New York.
Stalkers are more likely to harass ordinary people than generally thought, according to a study published in Britain, which said one in eight British adults are victims of "persistent or unwanted attention."
The Daytona Cubs of the Class-A Florida State League are giving away a custom funeral to a fan who wins an essay contest. Contestants simply have to describe their perfect burial services in two pages or less.
Some of this year's challenges: Build a "Calvin Kleinometer"; produce "a McDonald's Sad Meal"; construct a diorama tribute to dioramas with no infinite regressions; replicate Gustav Klimt's "The Kiss" using only lip prints made with cosmetics that haven't been tested on animals; and "demonstrate conclusively that there really is a wrong way to eat a Reese's (candy)."