V.20 No.46 |
The Daily Word in football, ScarJo and the Vatican
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Nov 17 2011 9:01 AM ]
UNM hires ex-Notre Dame coach Bob Davie to be Lobo football's new boss.
APD fires belly-bumping officers who kicked a suspect in the head on video.
The toast sandwich is two pieces of bread around a slice of toast. It's the 150-year-old brainchild of Victorian food writer Mrs. Beeton.
Art? Or stalking 14-year-old girls?
Avoid penile cancer by abstaining from bestiality.
Sexuality as a force for good.
Mom of Sandusky's adopted son has concerns.
Clothing company folds under Vatican pressure and removes an ad showing the pope kissing an imam.
Google's getting into the music store biz. But there's no Prince. And no Zeppelin.
Katy Perry's Milli Vanilli flute fail.
Norwegians raise a viking ship using viking tools.
Is ScarJo a beard?
Some places in the world remain untouched by Facebook.
V.20 No.45 |
The Daily Word in Penn State riots, UC Berkeley beatdown and the 90-foot-wave surver
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Nov 10 2011 10:18 AM ]
Local credit unions see lots of new accounts after Bank Transfer Day.
The city of Farmington tries to assure Navajos that the city is a safe place for them to visit.
N.M. rattlers provide venom for cancer treatment.
Perry screws up. Big time.
A 70-year-old machine gun that still works.
Dude surfs a 90-foot wave.
Someone stole a ghost bike.
A trailer park in Tesuque Pueblo is demanding proof of citizenship from renters.
Unseen photos of Marilyn Monroe.
Police beat protesters with clubs at Occupy demonstration at UC Berkeley.
Penn State students riot over the firing of their football coach, who is accused of covering up his assistant coach's child molestation.
There are no more rhinos in West Africa.
Ex-banker takes over Greece.
California had a law against euthanizing "downer" animals. The Supreme Court overturned that law.
Why is gold our basis for money and not something else?
V.20 No.33 |
The Daily Word in Phil Spector, religion and a new oil sheen
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Aug 18 2011 9:18 AM ]
The Burqueño who saved the little girl from a kidnapper is being praised and rewarded by people around the country.
What's this about a new oil sheen in the Gulf?
President Obama tells Assad to split.
In Japan more than $78 million was found in the post-earthquake wreckage. The people who find the wallets and cash and safes keep turning them over to authorities. Weird.
California high court won't hear Phil Spector's appeal.
Coco Chanel: Nazi agent?
The taxonomy of graffiti.
Veteran APD officer made a deal with a decoy prostitute, according to police. He was arrested.
This person could die if she combs her hair.
Hey little girls: It's never to early to think about dieting.
Religion is going … going … gone in nine countries.
U.S. agency wants to know what it would take to travel to another star. Figuring it out could take a hundred years.
Not everyone is meant for college.
V.20 No.33 | 8/18/2011
The Daily Word in Madoff’s pants, hand hearts and whiskey
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Aug 11 2011 11:49 AM ]
Family of civil rights lawyer Mary Han says police botched the investigation of her death.
Los Ranchos may get a plastic bag manufacturing plant that operates 24 hours a day.
Guv sent out letters to see whether immigrants with driver’s licenses still live in the state. She says more than a quarter of them were sent back by the post office.
Bernie Madoff’s pants can house your iPad.
Carlsbad is running out of water.
Tonight, Republican candidates will debate in Iowa. Gawker’s got your predictions.
More people are getting their tattoos removed.
The secrets of hand hearts revealed.
Robotic exoskeleton. Yhuuuuuusssssssssss.
Underwater volcano to erupt near Oregon.
American distillers may be rushing whiskey. Crisis?
An investigative report on the use of drones.
The top 100 sci-fi and fantasy books.
V.20 No.21 | 5/26/2011
The Daily Word with fights, Chihuahuas and Lady Gaga
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu May 26 2011 9:50 AM ]
Serbian general accused of massacring 8,000 Muslims has been captured.
Patriot Act expires tonight at midnight—and Congress is rushing to renew it.
Cibola student taken to the hospital after a fight leads to broken facial bones and seizures.
Errant golf ball kills Chihuahua.
Gov. Martinez ditches her own No. 2 and sits nonchalantly near Heather Wilson.
Growers’ markets open today in Nob Hill and Downtown.
PayPal co-founder will pay college students $100,000 to drop out of college and start companies.
Parents won’t announce baby’s sex.
Maui Time ordered by police to turn over users’ IP addresses.
Supreme Court upholds Arizona law that punishes employers who hire undocumented immigrants.
The Isotopes’ policy on booze. (Not unlike most policies on booze.)
Legislators sue guv over vetoes.
Lost pyramids spotted from space.
The ADHD of Lady Gaga.
V.20 No.20 | 5/19/2011
Trump is out
By Marisa Demarco [ Mon May 16 2011 11:40 AM ]
Though he’s pretty sure he would have won, Trump says he doesn’t want to run for president anymore.
Still, he promises to keep speaking his mind on policy matters—“loudly.”
The whole shebang:
"After considerable deliberation and reflection, I have decided not to pursue the office of the Presidency. This decision does not come easily or without regret; especially when my potential candidacy continues to be validated by ranking at the top of the Republican contenders in polls across the country. I maintain the strong conviction that if I were to run, I would be able to win the primary and ultimately, the general election. I have spent the past several months unofficially campaigning and recognize that running for public office cannot be done half heartedly. Ultimately, however, business is my greatest passion and I am not ready to leave the private sector.I want to personally thank the millions of Americans who have joined the various Trump grassroots movements and written me letters and e-mails encouraging me to run. My gratitude for your faith and trust in me could never be expressed properly in words. So, I make you this promise: that I will continue to voice my opinions loudly and help to shape our politician's thoughts. My ability to bring important economic and foreign policy issues to the forefront of the national dialogue is perhaps my greatest asset and one of the most valuable services I can provide to this country. I will continue to push our President and the country's policy makers to address the dire challenges arising from our unsustainable debt structure and increasing lack of global competitiveness. Issues, including getting tough on China and other countries that are methodically and systematically taking advantage of the United States, were seldom mentioned before I brought them to the forefront of the country's conversation. They are now being debated vigorously. I will also continue to push for job creation, an initiative that should be this country's top priority and something that I know a lot about. I will not shy away from expressing the opinions that so many of you share yet don't have a medium through which to articulate.I look forward to supporting the candidate who is the most qualified to help us tackle our country's most important issues and am hopeful that, when this person emerges, he or she will have the courage to take on the challenges of the Office and be the agent of change that this country so desperately needs."Thank you and God Bless America!Donald J. Trump
V.20 No.16 |
The Daily Word: Coke plane, Gitmo papers, sitting
By Marisa Demarco & Nick Brown [ Mon Apr 25 2011 9:19 AM ]
Awkward Family Photos celebrate Easter.
A coke plane crashed into Lake Heron.
Secret Guantanamo files reveal many prisoners have been held captive for years with little evidence.
Why is KOAT doing these mugshots?
Lots of ABQ kids skipped school on Good Friday.
Science tries to understand meditation by scanning the brains of Tibetan Buddhist monks.
People in the Middle East are angry that the U.S. response to violence against peaceful protesters varies by country.
Some women don't want to be FLOTUS.
Poll shows Republicans aren't stoked about their 2012 presidential options thus far.
Paperwork backup means DWIs are being dismissed.
Sitting all day might kill you—even if you exercise.
DCF's Sunday poem recalls the Kelly Ashner used car commercials.
The yeti is an unseen guardian angel.
Happy birthday, Hank Azaria.
V.19 No.48 |
The Daily Word 12.02.10: The exclamation point edition!
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Dec 2 2010 10:23 AM ]
Lobo Lucy was groped, according to APD.
No condoms for APS students, say emotional parents.
New major at UNM.
Interpol issues an arrest warrant for Dick Cheney. Ex-VP will be charged in a Nigerian bribery case.
Holy matrimony! Same-sex couples can't divorce in Iowa.
Ant-covered Jesus smote.
Usher Molests Inanimate Objects: A Guide
Eminem hoards Grammy nods for his tired b.s.
300 sextillion real stars!
V.19 No.46 | 11/18/2010
The Daily Word 11.11.10: R.I.P. Dino De Laurentiis, Gov. Martinez, Bernie Madoff’s boxers
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Nov 11 2010 11:41 AM ]
Today is Veterans Day, and veterans make up 20 percent of our homeless population.
Brain-damaged troops are often re-deployed.
Help homeless female veterans tonight at Andaluz.
A Pentagon study concludes that there’s little risk in ending Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.
Six more medical marijuana producers approved by the Department of Health.
Martinez says she’ll fire political appointees shifting into civil service jobs.
And she’ll sell the state’s jet, even if she has to do it at a loss. (Also, Heather Wilson is heading up her transition team.)
APS won’t ask students about their immigration status.
Bed bugs back in Burque.
Peggy of Maryland becomes king of a village in Ghana.
Marilyn Monroe’s stuffing recipe.
Dino De Laurentiis died. R.I.P., scary little film producer.
L.A.’s Hollywood eating club. Horse tacos come up.
Be a part of history. Buy Bernie Madoff’s boxers Saturday.
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