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 Aug 19 - 25, 2004 
2004 Alibi Annual Survival Guide
Sell your body to science, contact the FBI and get tested for embarrassing diseases all in one glorious issue! The Alibi Survival Guide brings you 400 or so must-know tips, tricks and tidbits for staying afloat in the Duke City.
NEWS/OPINION
Payne's World
Greg Payne rounds up another week's worth of winners and losers.
Thin Line
Bush in the Burque: Our Commander in Chief wanders into town and forgets where he is. Seriously. We recap the Republican love-in for those who couldn't get on the guest list.
MUSIC
Music to Your Ears
Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? Apparently, it's James Mercer. Keep your ears peeled for a Shins-ified track on the upcoming SpongeBob SquarePants movie score.
FOOD
Chewing the Fat
Can fish feel heat from chile peppers? And what the $#@% is a Skoville Heat Unit? Your burning questions are answered in our Chile Pepper Primer.
FILM & TV
Garden State
Takeshi Kitano's updated The Blind Swordsman: Zatoichi is an unpredictable roller coaster of crazed, gory action and giddy comedy.
FEATURE
ARTS/LIT
No Doubt
Plan of Attack delivers a scintillating, one-of-a-kind account of what went on behind the scenes as the Bush administration wrestled with 9-11 and the question of attacking Iraq.

RSSRaw posts and updates from our writers with info too timely or uncategorizable for print. What, we said something stupid? Chime in, buddy.

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The Daily Word in cumulative song form

The Daily Word

On the first day of Christmas, the Grey Lady sent to me a bill for $27,673.

On the second day of Christmas, the Washington Times sent to me veterans hunting doves and a bill for $27,673.

On the third day of Christmas, Sony sent to me a streaming Seth Rogen movie, veterans hunting doves and a bill for $27,673.

On the fourth day of Christmas, KOB sent to me humans counting birds, a streaming Seth Rogen movie, veterans hunting doves and a bill for $27,673.

On the fifth day of Christmas, the Daily News sent to me fantasy football league rings, humans counting birds, a streaming Seth Rogen movie, veterans hunting doves and a bill for $27,673.

On the sixth day of Christmas, the Business Standard sent to me a goose-bird flu test, fantasy football league rings, humans counting birds, a streaming Seth Rogen movie, veterans hunting doves and a bill for $27,673.

On the seventh day of Christmas, Market Watch sent to me swans upending markets, a goose-bird flu test, fantasy football league rings, humans counting birds, a streaming Seth Rogen movie, veterans hunting doves and a bill for $27,673.

On the eighth day of Christmas, Bloomberg sent to me maids who won't clean toilets, swans upending markets, a goose-bird flu test, fantasy football league rings, humans counting birds, a streaming Seth Rogen movie, veterans hunting doves and a bill for $27,673.

On the ninth day of Christmas, the Japan Times sent to me ladies wedding solo, maids who won't clean toilets, swans upending markets, a goose-bird flu test, fantasy football league rings, humans counting birds, a streaming Seth Rogen movie, veterans hunting doves and a bill for $27,673.

On the tenth day of Christmas, the Telegraph sent to me elderly lords a-quitting, ladies wedding solo, maids who won't clean toilets, swans upending markets, a goose-bird flu test, fantasy football league rings, humans counting birds, a streaming Seth Rogen movie, veterans hunting doves and a bill for $27,673.

On the eleventh day of Christmas, the Daily News sent to me crack pipes for hiding, elderly lords a-quitting, ladies wedding solo, maids who won't clean toilets, swans upending markets, a goose-bird flu test, fantasy football league rings, humans counting birds, a streaming Seth Rogen movie, veterans hunting doves and a bill for $27,673.

On the twelfth day of Christmas, the Blockhead Trio sent to me a Charlie Brown-themed synthmas, crack pipes for hiding, elderly lords a-quitting, ladies wedding solo, maids who won't clean toilets, swans upending markets, a goose-bird flu test, fantasy football league rings, humans counting birds, a streaming Seth Rogen movie, veterans hunting doves and a bill for $27,673.

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The Daily Word in The Interview, Santa's bad behavior and that cute sun baby from Teletubbies

The Daily Word

Good morning, it's Christmas Eve, 2014,

and the creepily-cute sun baby from Teletubbies revealed herself after 19-years of silence,

Santa Claus was somehow shanghaied into selling assault rifles,

probably because he was high,

Internet-fame-hungry murderer Luka Magnotta has been “dealt the harshest possible verdict” for killing and eating a Chinese national,

Santa Fe’s Jean Cocteau Theater WILL being showing The Interview on Christmas Day,

but Pornhub knows that some of us will be doing our Christmas "viewing" at home. With all the lights off and the door locked.

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Daily Word in North Korea, Santa, drinking on the job and 2014 in hindsight.

The Daily Word

North Korea lost the Internet for nine hours.

Check out these awesome Leading Ladies of 2014!

Santa has been up to all kinds of shenanigans all over the world.

Sony defies N. Korea and authorizes screenings of “The Interview”.

Taliban push in to previously US-secured areas.

Here is a review of 2014 in pictures … wow.

NJ principal demoted for sign typos that were truly elementary.

Have a round on the Boss: Drinking at work could make you a better employee!

Sweden opens newest Icehotel.

ABQ dentist offers free care on Christmas Eve.

New Mexico CYFD gets new leadership.

Copper thieves make off with $32,000 worth of wire from Winrock.

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