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BUSINESS
New Device Introduced in Japan
It's aimed at consumers.
 
ENTERTAINMENT
TV: After 10 Years, "Friends"
Wraps Last Episode

Cast will gather next week to tape reunion special.
Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ Gets Pope's Endorsement
Gives film detailing final hours and crucifixion of Jesus Christ “two thumbs up.”
 
MEDIA
FCC, Justice Dept. Give Rupert Murdoch Permission to Buy DirecTV
Murdoch gives FCC, Justice Dept. permission to continue operating.
 
ADVERTISING
Mr. Bill Tapped to Help Save Louisiana Swamps
Father Sarducci tapped to help save Catholic Church.
SCIENCE
Mars Spirit Rover Software Glitch Could Take Weeks To Fix
All tech support operators currently assisting other customers.
Spectacular “Grand Canyon” Of Mars Photographed by European Space Agency Probe
Provides strongest evidence yet planet once supported tourists.
 
FEATURE
The White House wants to supervise peer review for all government scientific studies which could affect policy making. Which of the following does NOT support this proposal?
A )The National Association of Manufacturers
B )The National Petrochemical & Refiners Association
C )The National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association
D )The former director of The National Science Foundation

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