Pfizer Sues Man Over 'Viva Viagra' Rocket • Accidental Brunette Gets Lawsuit Thrown Out• A man in New York is being sued by Pfizer for towing a large fake missile around Manhattan "for fun" on September 8 with the words "Viva Viagra" printed on the side. • Oh, and apparently authorities at the Lincoln Tunnel never checked to see if the missile was real or not when he drove by them on September 8. • The "pregnancy pact" school board in Gloucester, Massachusetts is expected to vote tonight whether schools should distribute contraceptives to students. • A new study has not found enough evidence to say that circumcision reduces the risk of a man getting HIV when engaging in anal sex. •• Kory McFarren, the Kansas boyfriend of the woman who made headlines in February when she got stuck on a toilet seat for two years, won the Kansas state Lottery on Monday for the second time this year. • Police are investigating allegations that a female teacher at Trinity Lutheran School in Detroit ordered three seventh-grade girls to strip down to their underwear on October 1 as part of a search for the alleged theft of $42. • A recent survey found that stressed out men are eating more chocolate in tough economic times. • A survey conducted during the summer found that 80% of Americans say the economy is making them stressed and 83% of those stressed by the economy are women. • A new study has found that women who have had a miscarriage have an increased risk of future complications during their next pregnancy including an increased risk of getting pre-eclampsia and/or needing intervention during labor. • A new study has found that boys tend to be savers and girls tend to be spenders, mostly because women are told money (and the things you buy with money) will help them create a reliable lifestyle.• Compare and contrast the illustrations from an English-language version of Alice in Wonderland and the Swahili-language version. • An Australian man was found guilty today of possessing an illegal firearm and threatening a person with a firearm after he shot a woman in the inner thigh (he claims it was accidental) after she refused to perform oral sex on him. • A woman from Rhode Island was charged with two counts of animal cruelty on Tuesday when she taped two of her pit bulls' mouths shut and left them alone for two days without food and water while she gave birth to her son in a hospital. • A new study suggests that St. John's wort extracts are as effective as standard antidepressants for treating major depression, although the results were more favorable in trials conducted in German-speaking countries. • Are Sarah Palin's glasses fake? Does anyone care? • Lifetime Networks announced that it is making a movie based on the disappearance of teenager Natalee Holloway in Aruba in 2005. • On Monday, a Connecticut judge dismissed a lawsuit brought against L'Oreal Inc. by a woman who claimed she accidentally dyed her hair from blonde to brunette and was so traumatized that she had to go on anti-depressants. •