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February 23, 2002

Woman convicted of killing man on Viagra
Kansas City Star | Submitted by: Shawbunny
"Mary T. Frost, 33, said she stabbed her 77-year-old Kansas City housemate to death after the man, who used Viagra, asked her for sex, begged her for sex and then tried to rape her. Jurors deliberated six hours Thursday before convicting Frost of second-degree murder. She can be sentenced from 10 years to life." Other fun facts: The man's name was "Fingers". And Mary threw a ceramic rooster at him.

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Viagra effective on plants
New Scientist | Submitted by: anonymous
"The same chemistry that led to Viagra could help keep plants from wilting in the desert. The idea comes from the discovery that the same chemical that causes the rise and fall of the male organ also opens and closes pores on the leaves of plants."

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Man arrested for saving flag from burning house
Associated Press | Submitted by: Rio
A Florida man was arrested for running into his burning house to save an American flag because he ignored firefighters' warnings to stay away from the fire, officials said. "I felt that his actions put him, as well as the firefighters' safety, in jeopardy," according to a police officer. It is dilemmas like this that call into question any flag-burning Amendment.

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U.S. might nuke non-nuclear states
Washington Times | Submitted by: Soylent
The Bush administration is no longer standing by a 24-year-old U.S. pledge not to use nuclear weapons against non-nuclear states, a senior administration official said yesterday... In case of an attack on the United States, 'we would have to do what is appropriate under the circumstances, and the classic formulation of that is, we are not ruling anything in and we are not ruling anything out,' Mr. Bolton said."

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