…”Boulders block road in Boulder Canyon near Boulder according to Boulder County Sheriffs office“. They must have a lot of boulders in Colorado. That was a headline recently in Colorado Springs. If you ever watched Jay Leno when he hosted the Tonight Show then you remember a segment he would do called Headlines. They were actual headlines sent in to him from news papers from across the country but they were wacky headlines, real but wacky. So after reading that I did a search for wacky headlines and I found a few cute ones. Here’s another one from Colorado Springs that read…”Statistics show that teen pregnancy drops off significantly after age 25” I’ll bet it starts dropping off after age 20…here’s a headline for a story from the Redwood Co. Extension Educator in Minnesota “Bugs Flying Around with Wings are Flying Bugs Humboldt State University”. Really…here’s one from The University Daily Kansan sports section “Student Excited Dad Got Head Job”. Here’s another wacky headline from a newspaper called the Lumberjack which is the Humboldt State University paper in Arcata California about the local girls basketball team, “Lady Jacks Off To Hot Start In Conference”. Another sports headline this time from the Press Republican in Plattsburgh New York read, “A-Rod goes deep, Wang Hurt”. Headlines from newspapers across the country, here’s one from The Winchester Star in Virginia “Study Shows Frequent Sex Enhances Pregnancy Chances”. Never would have thunk it. Here’s one from the Daily Utah,, “Utah Poison Control Center reminds everyone not to take poison Humboldt State University”, not sure if I needed to be reminded but okay. The Michigan Herald Palladium ran a headline that read “City Unsure Why The Sewer Smells”. I heard potpourri works wonders. From the News & Observer in Raleigh North Carolina “17 Remain Dead In Morgue Shooting Spree”, good observation. The Express-Times in Easton Pa ran a headline that read “Homicide victims rarely talk to police”, hey loose lips sink ships. TV stations aren’t immune to weird headlines like this “Two Dead Found Dead”, brilliant deduction even our own Action News 4 team proclaimed across the screen a headline I assume was a tease for a story about a sporting goods store that read, “Girl Takes On Dicks”. And finally in Rock Hill South Carolina the headline in the Evening Herald has got to be the wildest and longest headline of all time, “Woman in sumo wrestler suit assaulted her ex-girlfriend in gay pub after she waved at man dressed as a Snickers Bar”.