Posted by an Honored Guest
This just in from the Big Apple... here in my hand are the "Top Ten ProfNet Queries for 2006."
Courtesy of Lane Buschel and Justin Kazmark of Morris + King Company, the list was compiled from a collection of 52 weeks worth of email queries from PRNewswire’s ProfNet service. These are the absolute goofiest, most unique and peculiar reporter requests gleened from the year.
Without further ado...
#10. Naked Workouts—New York Times (US). I'm doing a story on nude sports—that is, people who exercise in the buff (i.e., in college you see 'naked lacrosse' and such). A strange question, I know, but are there any health or physical benefits to this? No phone calls, please. I'm a freelancer.
#9. NON-EXPERT: Lemonade and Kidney Stones—First for Women (US). I'm looking for women (ages 25-50) who drink lemonade to relieve pain associated with their kidney stones. If interested, please e-mail me a summary of your experience and photo as soon as possible. 06:00 PM US/Eastern JUN 08
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