Robert Kilborn and Judy Nichols, The Christian Science Monitor
WAS I A LOT OF HELP, MUMMY?
"He's so cute, I really can't be angry with him," Janet Hother- ball said. Maybe she was referring to the family puppy after finding a chewed leg of the dining room table? Nope, try five-year-old son Henry - after the insurance adjuster left their Lancashire, England, home. It seems, in an effort to help with the cleaning while his mother was on the phone, the child emptied a jug of bleach on the furniture, rugs, draperies, even the TV set. His five minutes of - um - work caused $30,000 in damage. No word on when mom will ask for additional assistance with the housework.
OK, I WASN'T REALLY THE CEO
Yes, the economy is booming, but is that any reason for job applicants to lie on their rsums? Apparently it is, if the results of an annual study in Canada by one of the world's largest employment agencies mean anything. Toronto-based Adeco found 33 percent of 1,000 rsums examined last year contained falsehoods - a nine-point jump over 1998.
'Eye of Beholder' beats weak competition at the box office
If you didn't make it to the movies last weekend, you were not alone. …