V.23 No.23 |
The Daily Word in APD protest, rabid bats and Mel Gibson
As part of his conditions for release from MDC, UNM professor David Correia—who is a regular contributor to the Alibi—is banned from City Hall. Correia has also been forbidden from discussing Monday’s police brutality protest with other protesters or potential witnesses.
Two South Valley bats have tested positive for rabies.
Mel Gibson is making a movie at our city’s very own Desert Sands Motel.
Burque's first Trans March took place at the end of May, as part of this year’s Pride activities.
New Mexico legislators are reviewing our state’s telecom laws.
Senator Tom Udall (D-NM) will visit the local Sitel facility tomorrow.
Yesterday, temperatures reached 110 degrees in Carlsbad, N.M. but only hit 95 degrees in the Sandia Foothills.
A newspaper out of South Carolina says our recent primary election “brings out unusual candidates."
King and Martinez hit the general election campaign trail.
In Aztec, N.M., Chubby Chicken has closed.
V.23 No.22 |
The Daily Word in Gary King, Jonah Hill and a billion grasshoppers
Good morning. It's Wednesday, June 4,
and Gary King is your new Democratic candidate for Governor,
and grasshoppers continue to swarm in such numbers around Albuquerque that the cloud is registering on the National Weather Service's Doppler radar "extending like a thick blanket over a mile into the atmosphere."
Meanwhile, the lawyer for one of two pre-teen girls who were arrested for trying to murder their friend in order to summon an Internet meme, thinks his client may need a mental health evaluation,
yesterday was "Robocop Day" in Detroit,
and a Japanese "alternative scientist" claims that yelling insults at rice will make it rot faster.
Have a great day!
The Daily Word in an Edward Snowden film, the latest APD protest and van Gogh's ear
13 protesters were arrested after forcing their way into the mayor's office yesterday.
The family of lawyer Mary Han, who died under suspicious circumstances in 2010, is suing her former partner, lawyer Paul Kennedy.
Ride share company Lyft continues its operations despite a PRC order to cease and desist.
The United States made a prisoner exchange with the Taliban.
Mother Jones put together a spreadsheet detailing all the mass shootings in the US from 1982-2012.
The Russian troll army.
There was a precedent-setting judgement against a patent troll in California.
Read about the Satyrs, America's oldest gay motorcycle club.
An Edward Snowden film is in the works and is to be directed by Oliver Stone.
George Jung, the cocaine cowboy portrayed by Johnny Depp in Blow, is out of prison.
The Daily Word in Snowden's letter, the first "elfie" and James Boyd's autopsy
Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, are donating $120 million to some California schools.
A Quincy cabdriver, who was a friend of suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev, has been arrested for obstructing the investigation of the Boston Marathon bombing.
The NSA released a letter from Edward Snowden from 2013, in which he raises concerns about surveillance activities, though Snowden says the version they released is incomplete.
A former roommate of Santa Barbara killer Elliot Rodger speaks out.
An Alaskan woman played dead after being attacked by a mama bear and survived to tell the tale.
The company that owns a historic Albuquerque cemetery is finally listening after years of complaints about it being unclean and unkempt.
An autopsy for James Boyd, a homeless man killed by APD in the foothills, showed that he was shot in the back and arms, and had no drugs in his system.
Independent voters of New Mexico are planning to sue for being denied the right to vote in the closed primary elections.
Latabe takes the first “elfie.” And now "elfies” are a thing.
V.23 No.21 | 5/22/2014
The Daily Word in Elliot Rodger, Stairway to Heaven and Kimye’s wedding.
Mass murderer Elliot Rodger finally found fame.
Please take care of my baby raccoons.
Lawyer claims Spirit’s Randy California wrote “Stairway to Heaven” and I wouldn’t be surprised.
A woman got engaged at sandwich #257.
There’s a new crater on Mars.
The New York Post covered Kimye’s wedding.
Emma Watson graduated from Hogwarts.
A woman was knocked over by a deer.
It’s better than a poke in the eye with a sharp Google Glass.
APD encountered a man with a violent past.
Two area teens were injured in a rollover crash.
Happy birthday, John Wayne.
We love you, Henny.
Thanks for the links, Susan Petersen.
V.23 No.21 |
The Daily Word in commie ride-sharing plots, bitey baseball players and Rio Rancho foreclosures
Lyft, a commie ride-sharing plot, is ordered to cease operations in the state.
Veteran backstop Miguel Olivo, sent down to Burque after a lackluster season upstairs in LA, is suspended after biting off part of the ear of Isotope’s teammate Alex Guerrero (who was also demoted to the farm squad after performance concerns from Dodger management).
The board of directors at the local water authority has approved a rate hike.
A hiker from Albuquerque was found dead near Taos.
Foreclosures in the large city to the northwest of Albuquerque have risen.
No video record of Mary Hawke’s fatal encounter with APD is available.
Over at Salon, a BrBa actor discusses his many deaths.
An old bottle found at our local flea market will be auctioned off for thousands of dollars.
A local mother of two and part-time math tutor says, “People who have enough money to run for Congress are only in it for themselves."
V.23 No.20 |
The Daily Word in the next APD shooting (contest), cat harrasment and YODO
Good morning, it's May 21, 2014,
and the NRA will hold a shooting contest for Albuquerque police in September. “It is an economic boost for the city and a source of pride for us,” police spokeswoman Janet Blair said, without a trace of irony,
an ex-policewoman is accused of harassing her neighbor by having 12 cats,
and a local funeral home would like to remind you that YODO.
Meanwhile, the Obama administration will soon tell us a little more about how they decide which Americans to kill with drones,
uncovered memos from the 60s show that the US government's official stance on LGBT employees used to be "Once a homo, always a homo,"
actor Michael Jace, from the TV show 'The Shield,' shot and killed his wife,
over 100 "RATers" were arrested for remotely spying on computer users through their webcams,
and game show host Pat Sajak thinks that people who believe in climate change are racists.
V.23 No.20 | 5/15/2014
The Daily Word in faster speed limits, the hot coffee lawsuit and raises for APD.
The kidnapped girls were converted to Islam.
I believe clouds are actually alien spaceships.
What’s the real story behind the McDonald’s hot coffee lawsuit?
How to buy used stuff.
Rest in peace, Leslie Carlson.
A hipster cruise ship plays “Seven Nation Army.”
Nightclub owners take note: obstructed exits provide for more efficient evacuation without stampeding.
Speculation abounds about Apple buying Beats Electronics.
Learn what’s next in the saga of the exploding whale.
Social media and mental illness are a bad mix.
The Albuquerque to Bernalillo speed limit is going up to 75 mph.
The Signal Peak fire near Silver City has consumed 3,000 acres.
Happy birthday, Burt Bacharach.
The Daily Word in baby names, APD sidearms and a Black Mass at Harvard.
Mexican drug cartels will find you in Minnesota.
Noah and Sophia are the new most popular baby names.
In Saudi Arabia, a web editor was sentenced to 1,000 lashes.
A woman beat her child with a baseball bat for clogging the toilet.
It’s hard to make it through a whole song.
Check out these douche chill celebrity photos.
A Harvard student group plans to hold a Black Mass.
APD officers may no longer carry their lucky guns on duty.
KOAT did a nice story about the mentally ill in New Mexico.
There were silent protests at Thursday’s city council meeting.
What’s happening in ABQ today?
Happy birthday, Billy Joel.
V.23 No.19 |
The Daily Word in grasshopper clouds, millennial habitats and synthetic drugs
Swarms of grasshoppers have been observed in many areas of Albuquerque.
Hello and goodbye, Nicolas Gregory Chili Buss.
A drought advisory has been issued by the Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Authority.
A new pool for the South Valley is needed but is not funded.
The DEA is busy busting local synthetic-drug pushers.
Some bad men who beat and then kidnapped an El Paso man, driving him to Albuquerque in the process, have been sentenced to long prison terms.
There is a job fair for veterans today at the Convention Center.
Millennials have a habitat. Knowledge of that habitat can be exploited by capitalists seeking to acquire more feria.
UFO expert Alejandro Rojas posted this letter about Kirtland Air Force Base and the Paul Bennewitz controversy.
Journal columnist Leslie Linthicum, writing about the recent City Council meeting takeover, is criticized by a commenter for “keeping with Albuquerque Journal's longstanding policy of presenting uninformed corporate stoogery as journalism."
V.23 No.18 |
The Daily Word in lapel videos, paranoid Googlers and cricket chips
It's Wednesday, May 7th,
and Governor Susanna Martinez, tireless crusader against conflicts of interest in government, is holding a high-powered fundraising dinner for her re-election bid at the home of a lobbyist in Maryland,
following a take-over of the last meeting, City Councilors in Albuquerque are taking steps to keep too much democracy from interfering with the next one,
and APD released footage of their most recent shooting— they only show the moments after the suspect was already dead, but at least we now know that officers properly handcuffed the corpse.
a new study shows that Google users are increasingly worried about the NSA logging their searches and are therefore avoiding the use of "trouble words" like "nuclear facility" and "organized crime,"
a Kickstarter campaign for "cricket chips"—-which are exactly what they sound like--met and surpassed its goal,
and physicists smashed a bunch of atoms together and created the 117th known element. They call it "element 117."
Have a great day!
The Daily Word in Burquenos take over city council chambers, Monica Lewinsky takes back her life and a wife who never imagined APD would take her husband's life
Rob Ford disappeared on his way to rehab
The tour of "Old Main", the former NM penitentiary, sounds pretty good. And pretty creepy.
The new Rail Yard market in Downtown Albuquerque last weekend was hugely successful.
When she called police to their Ventana Ranch home last weekend, the wife of the man killed by police figured his arrest would be the worst possible outcome.
Toronto mayor Rob Ford went off the radar after turning back to Canada on his way to an American rehab. If they know, his family isn't saying where he is at this time.
An anti gay-marriage GOP senate candidate was once upon a time a professional drag queen.
In other gay-marriage-related (no, really) news, a florida man wants to marry his "porn-filled Apple computer".
A resurfaced Monica Lewinsky says it's "time to burn the beret and bury the blue dress".
Check out these pics of LA's lamentably long-gone Pacific Ocean Park.
Germany has advised its citizens to leave east and south Ukraine, saying war is imminent.
V.23 No.19 | 5/8/2014
The Daily Word in Cinco de Mayo, an APD shooting and vampires had it right.
It’s Cinco de Mayo.
A gunman was killed in an APD standoff.
Blood transfusions may hold the secret to eternal youth.
X-Men director Bryan Singer is facing additional sexual allegations.
It’s raining spiders. Hallelujah, it’s raining spiders. Amen.
Here’s the latest in data storage.
Some lady doesn’t know if she’s using the personals right.
Happy birthday, Tammy Wynette.
Fractal Frequencies with Kate Star Cherry • trance, dance at Blackbird Buvette
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