Tuesday Morning Bizarre News Headlines


NEW YORK (AP) -- No sibling rivalry between the Manning boys. At least that's what Eli Manning tells David Letterman. Eli now has two Super Bowl rings, to big brother Peyton's one. Eli and his New York Giants beat the New England Patriots Sunday in the big game. It was Eli's second Super Bowl victory with the Giants and the team's fourth overall. Letterman wants to know how long it will before Eli starts teasing his brother. Eli says "never." Letterman's advice: give it a week then go to work on the guy.


NEW YORK (AP) -- Stu Miller figures his wife just might kill him. That's because of all the New York Giants stuff he's been buying. He snapped up three Super Bowl T-shirts and was thinking about a Giants blanket and another shirt. Miller was one of the fans who crowded into Modell's in New York's Times Square. The manager predicts a huge foam hand with four extended fingers will be a big seller. The fingers, of course, are for the Giants four Super Bowl victories.


NEWARK, N.J. (AP) -- The New York Giants play their home games in New Jersey. So, who gets to celebrate the Super Bowl champs? Fans in both New York and New Jersey. First up today is a ticker-tape parade through lower Manhattan. Then, Mayor Michael Bloomberg will give the Giants the Keys to the City at a City Hall victory rally. This afternoon, the Giants head across the river to Meadowlands, where the stadium is located. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie will be there to welcome them.


WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah (AP) -- Fighting grime -- and crime. Workers at a Utah Mexican food restaurant used a few spritzes of oven cleaner to fight off a bandit. According to police in West Valley City, a man with a gun walked into the kitchen at El Calor Taqueria. He demanded money. KSL reports there was a struggle and one restaurant worker sprayed the man in the face with the stinging cleaning chemical. Officials say at least three of the employees sat on the guy until police arrived. He was booked in the Salt Lake County Jail.


HAYDEN, Idaho (AP) -- How do you make love last 75 years? Wilma Brewer jokes that sometimes she just keeps her mouth shut. Noble and Wilma Brewer celebrated their 75th anniversary last week. The Hayden, Idaho, couple says they aren't as fast as they used to be, but are still up for new things. Nobel Brewer tells a local paper (Coeur d'Alene Press) at age 99, he's learning how to cook.


PAXTON, Neb. (AP) -- School kids in Paxton, Nebraska, are chillin'. They're learning about life in the Arctic with an igloo built out of plastic milk jugs. They're also getting some tips on recycling. KNOP-TV reports the kids have constructed a 6-by-10 foot igloo out of 700 jugs. It's the idea of librarian Jody Storer. But this igloo won't have to stand up to Arctic winds or snow. It's in the school library.

Copyright 2012. The Associated Press.

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