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The Daily Word in biker brawls, dream burritos, coked up trannies and animal mosh pits
By Constance Moss & Carl Petersen [ Mon Mar 30 2015 1:22 PM ]
According to Amtrak, the Southwest Chief is still going to run through New Mexico, despite previous plans to exclude the state.
There was a shootout at Applebee's on Academy last night involving two rival biker "clubs." Witnesses refused to cooperate with investigators. It probably didn't go quite like this:
Scientists and artists are working together to better discern patterns in digital data.
Here’s how our brains help us bounce back from a nasty breakup.
When it comes to Scientology and real estate, there’s no such thing as too big.
Check out these animal mosh pits.
The Daily Word in narcolepsy, nausea, isolation and hallucinations
By Constance Moss & Carl Petersen [ Mon Mar 16 2015 2:17 PM ]
A man was rolling a joint on the NYC Subway when he fell asleep.
A barfing bride strives to overcome her vomiting phobia before the day of her nauseating nuptials.
The average American wedding now costs $31,000.
Eccentric millionaire Robert Durst accidentally confessed to three murders.
Isolation and loneliness can have serious effects on your noodle.
Ron Jeremy turns 62 today! Here he is paying homage to Miley Cyrus.
The Daily Word in racist frat boys, kissing skeletons and the ABCs of death
By Constance Moss [ Mon Mar 9 2015 12:38 PM ]
A fraternity in Oklahoma has been shut down after its members posted an online video of themselves using racist slurs.
Meanwhile, this art project's video has gone viral, raising awareness and jerking tears all over the globe.
New York's homeless population has reached an all-time high of 60,000, and 25,000 of them are children.
Competition turned deadly at the world's largest dog show.
In less tragic canine news, this dog was found by TSA in a checked suitcase at La Guardia.
A must-listen: It’s dark, it’s smooth, it’s Metallica and Hall & Oates all in one.
Here are some ideas for your Harry Potter-inspired bathroom.
Cranky over daylight savings? Turn that frown upside down with an episode of Majestic Loincloth!
The Daily Word in sexy baby names, tomato violence, and fine dining for second graders
By Constance Moss [ Mon Mar 2 2015 12:45 PM ]
A punk band made up of musicians with learning disabilities will represent Finland at the Eurovision Song Contest.
According to a recent survey, these are the sexiest baby names.
Lady Gaga had more than a nip slip on a recent movie shoot.
Dictator Kim Jong Un is ever more pissed at the U.S., and has told his army to prepare for war.
Here’s a list of the most offensive foods to eat at your work desk.
The Daily Word in monster trucks, gold statuettes, and the end of human civilization
By Constance Moss & Carl Petersen [ Mon Feb 23 2015 12:56 PM ]
With the help of skilled drivers, a few dozen homosapiens on the West coast of North America transported small metal statuettes back to their lavish dwellings in elongated automobiles.
Why was Joan Rivers left out of the 'In Memorium' montage of The Oscars?
11 students at Wesleyan were hospitalized after overdosing on MDMA, also known as 'Molly.'
A driver crashed into an electrical pole that knocked out the power to Tingley Coliseum right before the Monster Truck Jam. The intentional crashes of the spectacle were unaffected.
Why were these weird food patents unsuccessful?
The already questionable reputation of Downtown Albuquerque is being tarnished by late-night brawls.
If anyone knows what will destroy human civilization, it’s Stephen Hawking.
Are You More Like Jennifer Lawrence Or Emma Stone? Take the quiz!
The Daily Word in weather control, x-ray vision, high school detention, and falling beautifully
By Constance Moss & Carl Petersen [ Mon Feb 16 2015 12:25 PM ]
ISIS chopped more heads and threatened to conquer Rome for some reason.
Weaponized weather control is a possibility and a concern.
Party down at Studio 54.
Earth’s oldest living people share their secrets of longevity.
Don’t wear one of these gun t-shirts in Albuquerque, is my advice.
Scientists have discovered how to see through walls.
Interplanetary reality show set to launch: If you need me, I'll be on Mars.
Does the thought of having to live without Fido someday tear you apart inside? You can now custom order a stuffed animal that looks exactly like your pet.
Russian girls gone wild, and it's not pretty.
Wish you were here: Postcards from lands far, far away.
Boldly going where no man has gone before; every child’s favorite bibliophile turns 58 today. Live long and prosper, LeVar Burton!
The Daily Word in Beck, brains, vaginas and soy sauce
By Carl Petersen & Constance Moss [ Mon Feb 9 2015 1:37 PM ]
Exculpating evidence suggests no criminal charges will be filed in the Bruce Jenner traffic fatality.
Kanye tried to interrupt Beck’s Grammy Award accpetance speech.
I am so tired of all the complaining.
What would you pay for Abe Lincolns hair?
Learn how to escape from a moving car.
When you microwave humans the brains are always cold in the middle.
Goodbye, Tent City.
A shoplifter was shot on Menaul.
Happy birthday, Brian Donlevy.
You're probably cleaning your vagina all wrong.
Your Samsung TV might be spying on you. No, seriously. It's listening.
It's a sad day for Chinese food and fast locomotives.
Blood type and brain function: something else to worry about.
Ozzy Osbourne's bat karma has caught up to him.
Darth Vader's toilet is free on Craigslist in Albuquerque.
All photos courtesy of Jack White
Jack White comes into his own at Popejoy
By Constance Moss [ Fri Feb 6 2015 4:54 PM ]
On Tuesday, Feb. 3, Jack White and his five-piece band played a full house at Popejoy, and the performance was refreshingly classic. It was apparent that White is intent on bringing back something that's been missing from rock 'n' roll for decades.
In a crowd of mostly college kids, it was easy to be taken back to a time when a love for a band was so fervent that the band could do no wrong. The sound quality and stage presence didn’t much matter. The fact that this iconic figure was right there in the flesh—right in front of you—was enough. Tastes evolve and become more discerning, and sometimes it’s not so easy to get lost in the moment—especially if the sound guy is too stoned, the band members don’t seem interested in giving their best, or the musicianship just isn’t there. Thank goodness Jack White continues to care about what he pumps out and how he presents it.
The White Stripes was the perfect platform for White to find his style. Now, he has the resources, freedom and drive to tailor his sound and handpick incredibly talented members for his band to help him realize that vision. Mixing White Stripes hits with more recent solo tunes and covers, White delivered a lengthy concert that included peaks and valleys. His versatile backing band of multi-
The other three band members, respectively rocking bass, keys and pedal steel, are no less talented; White's band made the jam feel more like a journey than a meandering mishap, as is too often the case with jam bands. Add two semi trucks worth of lighting and sound equipment to the mix, and the result was a bona fide arena show squeezed into the intimacy of Popejoy Hall. It was reminiscent of Deep Purple or The Allman Brothers Band concerts from the '70s I've seen on Youtube—more reminders of being born too late. With an eight-song encore, the show clocked in at just under two hours. White was sheepish and shy, only addressing the audience at the end of the show, but he's a consummate showman who clearly cares about preserving a dying art—one where people write and perform their own songs and pour their souls, sweat and grit into every note.
The Daily Word in Super Bowl, sex changes, swords, and seeing shadows
By Carl Petersen & Constance Moss [ Mon Feb 2 2015 12:27 PM ]
The Patriots won the Super Bowl.
The Super Bowl commercials were bland this year.
Bruce Jenner is transitioning into life as a woman.
A new dinosaur was discovered in China.
An Albuquerque toddler shot his parents with a handgun.
Here are the rules for buying food with love at McDonald’s.
Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow this morning.
Here are five things you didn’t know about Groundhog Day, the movie.
Our next alibi issue is our special love issue and will feature sex toy reviews by members of the alibi staff. In the meantime, here are a few sex toys you may want to stay away from.
Vladimir Putin has resumed the war in Ukraine.
Back in December, the Russian court banned the music and artwork of Cannibal Corpse.
You can see Cannibal Corpse in the land of the free tonight at the Sunshine theater, along with Behemoth, Aeon, and Tribulation.
The Daily Word in ferrets, babies, shredding guitarists and penile fractures
By Carl Petersen & Constance Moss [ Mon Jan 26 2015 1:25 PM ]
If you hear voices in your head you should talk back to them.
A “Death Test” at hospitals would give elderly patients a choice.
Eddie Van Halen turns 60 today!
A serious blizzard is hitting the Northeastern part of the U.S.
Blizzard of Ozz is a seriously amazing album that came out in 1980. It marked the debut of Ozzy Osbourne's solo project, and featured the late, great Randy Rhoads on guitar.
And the most dangerous sex position is:
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