Anorak News | Scare Stories: Agadoo Repeats, Premiership Horror And Natasha Richardson

Scare Stories: Agadoo Repeats, Premiership Horror And Natasha Richardson

by | 30th, March 2009

MEDIA Scare stories: Anorak’s daily look at horror stories making news -blue-eyed devils, Agadoo and poison flights

“Surveys show that people with blue eyes are considered more intelligent, attractive and sociable. A 2007 University of Louisville study concluded that people with blue eyes were better planners and strategic thinkers–superior at things like golf, cross-country running and preparing for exams–while people with brown eyes had better reflexes, making them good at hockey and football” – Maureen Dowd, New York Times

‘Worst song’ Agadoo re-released – BBC

“Will Your Holiday Flight Poison You? The Toxic Fumes Leaking Onto Planes and the People Who Have Suffered Their Effects” -headline, Daily Mail

“Rugby stars crippled for life, schoolchildren maimed and now amateur skier Natasha Richardson dead because she didn’t wear a helmet. Have we forgotten just how dangerous sport really is?” – Daily Express

“Pictured: Couple who died in house fire with three-year-old son as police held back neighbours desperate to help” – Daily Mail

“Premiership stars see 22 people crushed to death in Ivory Coast World Cup football stampede” – Daily Mail

Perspective is all.

Shopping sprees linked to periods – BBC

“Giant Lobster Takes Over U.S. 1 in the Florida Keys” – Florida Keys Keynoter

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