Out-of-the-Ordinary NewsFor the Week of May 15

Out-of-the-ordinary news from the folks at "Studio B"...

Never Miss a Goal

Germany loves its soccer. And Germany loves its beer. So what's a guy to do when he's "gotta go" and his team is on the charge? One pub has the solution, just in time for the World Cup.

It's installed a TV in the "john" so football fans won't miss a goal, or the other 89 minutes of inaction during the game.


Some people pose real health hazards when they step foot on the golf course. But those people can't be held responsible for the physical damage caused by their ugly golf shots. That's the ruling from a judge in Hawaii who said one golfer isn't liable for hitting a hole in one right into another player's left eye.

The judge said that golf is a sport and, by nature, it's not a perfect science. He also said that a player is not required to yell "Fore!" since that's just golf etiquette, not law.

No word on what the judge's handicap is.

Eau De Doh

It's one of those scents commonly associated with childhood. It's not as bad as dirt, but not quite as good as candy. Now adults can wear it without the mess.

Hasbro is bottling the familiar fragrance of Play-Doh. It's part of the 50th anniversary celebration of the incredible, edible modeling clay.

The company hopes people will smell it and immediately be transported back to their younger years. A time when their only responsibility was cleaning out the fun factory.