Texas Man Rigs Up Video Store Inside Truck2004-12-03 - Bruceville, TX
- A Texas businessman has found a new way to drive customers into his video store -- by setting up inside a 50-foot trailer.
Alan Alda No Longer Sensitive About 'Sensitive Guy' Rap
2004-12-03 - Los Angeles, CA - TV star Alan Alda used to be sensitive about being called a "sensitive guy" but, these days, he's become desensitized to it.
Christmas Not The Best Time For Meeting The Parents
2004-12-03 - New Canaan, CT - Ben Stiller's character in "Meet the Fockers" makes a fool of himself when meeting his girlfriend's folks for the first time, but the biggest blunder he made was meeting them during Christmas time.
Trendy Restaurant Serves Up Dinner And A Nap
2004-12-03 - Puerto Vallarta, Mexico - A chain of resort restaurants cater to the folks who love to party hearty, but also love naps.
Putting Dead Person Around Neck Becoming Trend
2004-12-03 - Batesville, IN - An Indiana coffin company hopes to make a killing off a new trend: Carrying a deceased loved one around your neck.
Was Not Was Is Reuniting
2004-12-03 - Los Angeles, CA - Not much has been heard from the pop-funk duo Was (Not Was) since their 1989 hit "Walk The Dinosaur" but it sounds like a comeback is in order.
Employees Skanking It Up At Company Christmas Parties
2004-12-03 - San Francisco, CA - Holiday office parties are an open invitation to skanky behavior.
Novice Film Makers Dialing For Dollars
2004-12-03 - Atlanta, GA - Movie makers these days are able to phone it in -- literally.
Rudolph The Red Nosed Regifter
2004-12-03 - New York, NY - There's a good chance a gift under your Christmas tree may be regifted.
Flash Lites December 3rd, 2004 - Rip 'N' Read Recap
2004-12-03 - New York, NY - Bruce Willis is going from "Die Hard" to "Dad Hard." The action star is hosting a two-hour special on Spike TV dedicated to the importance of fatherhood. Other famous fathers appearing on the special, which airs Dec. 17, include Matt Lauer, Alec Baldwin and Cedric the Entertainer.
Around The Weird - Bizarre News Briefs for December 3rd, 2004
2004-12-03 - Emmitsburg, MD - Redskins lineman Randy Thomas proved himself as an eating machine by winning a challenge to eat six pounds of food in under 60 minutes at Chubby's Barbecue in Emmitsburg, Maryland, for an ESPN stunt. The 6 feet 5, 306-pound Thomas polished off a pound of chili, a pound of shrimp scampi, three-quarters of a pound of crab dip, Parmesan and garlic toast, 2.5 pounds of baby back ribs, one pound of beef brisket, cheesecake and pumpkin parfait for dessert and washed it down with a gallon of iced tea. The restaurant owner said Thomas ate as much food as four large men usually eat.