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PAGE THREE - MAY 13 - 19, 2002
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FOOD
Hemp Foods Hailed for Their Versatility
They build, satisfy appetite all in one product.
 
BUSINESS
FTC Study: Electronic Abs
Belts May Not Work

Still to be evaluated: X-ray glasses.
Candy Makers Sued Over
Toxic Ingredients

Makers of Cadmium Crunch bar, Lead Duds, Extra Toxic Truffles face fines.
 
LETTERS
To the Editor:
In the article on foreign threats to the U.S. mainland ("Human Bridge Across the Pacific?") the statement by a so-called military expert that "one sneeze and the entire operation collapses" fails to take into account the possibility of multiple attacks.
Tom Ridge
Washington, D.C.
CULTURE
Leading Authors Vote Don Quixote Greatest Work of Fiction
Finishes just ahead of report issued by Dick Cheney's Energy Task Force.
 
SPORTS
Barry Bonds Threatening Fictional Hitting Records
On present pace, Giants slugger could break marks held by Roy Hobbs, Mighty Casey, Bugs Bunny.
Estimated 2 Billion Will
Watch World Cup

That's one billion per goal.
 
NEW PRODUCTS
Latest Handheld
Device Is Breakthrough

Lightweight apparatus is a virtual communications hub.
 
ALSO IN THE NEWS ...
Iceberg the Size of Brazil Breaks
Free of Antarctica

We're all doomed.

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