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ENTERTAINMENT
Movies: New “Superman” Reflects Modern Superhero
In latest version he attacks without being provoked, tortures Lex Luthor, uses X-ray vision to spy on Lois Lane.
House Passes Bill Allowing
Companies to Sell DVDs With
Bad Language Edited Out

Family Entertainment and Copyright Act is ... and those who voted for it are totally ..., say critics.
 
MEDIA
Oklahoma Man Invents Device That Blocks Fox News
He's awarded MacArthur “genius” grant.
 
BUSINESS
Greenspan: Despite 50% Drop in
Number of Banks, Competition
Still Intense

For who can charge highest interest on credit cards.
World's Tallest Building Planned for United Arab Emirates
Women will not be allowed above third floor.
HEALTH / MEDICINE
Induced Hibernation Holds
Promise for Medical Treatments

Spreads out payments over longer period of time.
CDC: Being a Bit Overweight Healthier Than Being “Normal”
Krispy Kreme stock soars.
Study Raises New Questions on
Safety of Advil, Motrin, Aleve

And child-proof bottles may be cause of arthritis.
 
 
Hot Dogs Pose Risk of Pancreatic Cancer
New study based on eating 53 or more in under twelve minutes.
 
SCIENCE
Infra-Red Technology Reveals
Previously Unseen Works by
Euripides, Sophocles

Ancient papyrus documents will be scanned, translated into English, plundered by TV sitcom writers.
 
CORRECTION
In a recent article we erred in reporting that according to The London Observer the world's richest people are taking advantage of tax loopholes to hide $11.5 billion in offshore accounts. In fact the correct amount is $11.5 trillion. We regret the mistake.

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