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BUSINESS
New Toaster Tracks User's Habits
Privacy experts are concerned.
Enron to Change Name
Hopes to improve image when it becomes Ponzi International.
 
LAW
Supreme Court Considers Voiding Copyright Extension Act
Disney fears pornographers will use Mickey Mouse's image – for free.
 
ADVERTISING
Kmart Hires Spike Lee to
Direct Commercials
Bankrupt company hoping "The Girl's Gotta Have It" campaign will bring shoppers back.
SCIENCE
Study Shows Asteroid Less
Likely To Destroy Earth
Than Previously Feared

Humans, however, more likely.
 
SPACE
'NSYNC's Lance
Bass Wants to Fly
On Space Station

Hopes to conduct experiments in zero-gravity crystal formation, and test theories relating to the complex molecular structure of proteins.
 
EDUCATION
Sex Orgies "Not Part of Approved Course Curriculum" Says UC Berkeley
They're for extra credit only.
IRONIC TIMES TUTORIAL:  How War Stories Are Reported
Time        Headline       Location
Day of event US Troops Rout Enemy Battalion Front page
1 week later Some Civilians Possibly Injured in Attack page 8
3 weeks later Hundreds Slaughtered in Rare Mistake page 31
2 months later Pentagon Investigates Civilian Massacre page 24b,
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