V.20 No.41 |
The Daily Word in Republican Debates, Prisoner Exchange and Strip Searches
By Tom Nayder [ Wed Oct 19 2011 9:38 AM ]
Turkish troops enter Iraq after Kurdish attacks kill 26 Turkish soldiers.
Tea Party leaders asks small businesses to stop hiring people until Obama stops his war against business.
Prisoner exchange in Israel.
Lions, tigers and bears on the loose in Ohio after zookeeper commits suicide.
Officer-involved shooting in Grants.
Doctors say you should never use bumper pads in infant cribs.
Strip search called for at the World Scrabble Championship after a letter goes missing.
Bill Gates to testify in Windows 95 antitrust case. Wait, what?
For fretful parents only: how to diagnose your toddler with ADHD.
Ten things debt collectors won't tell you.
New Zealand Mom spreads STD rumor to sabotage daughter's rival.
This day in history: wind power edition.
Eighteen years after his death, River Phoenix's final movie will be released.
How Barnes & Noble is wrecking comics.
The Stone Roses set to reunite after 15 years.
Movember is almost upon us.
Horror nerds are the worst type of nerds, right?
Harry Belafonte falls asleep during interview.
True Blood adds new
V.20 No.35 | 9/1/2011
The Daily Word in bile-harvesting bear farms, Mike Vick’s shiny new contract, and impalement by pruning shears
By Adam Fox [ Tue Aug 30 2011 10:30 AM ]
Oh, damn. Israel sends two warships to the Egyptian border after rumors of a possible attack.
I don’t know how you impale yourself with pruning shears, but it can’t be pleasant.
Social networking helps balloon this Colorado State University megaparty to nearly 4,000 people.
CBS takes full opportunity of the obvious joke, but TSA agents find exotic snakes in a passenger’s pants.
Climate change also makes people, not just the weather, substantially more batshit crazy.
Chinese doctors call for bile-harvesting bear farms to be closed. Wow.
One of New Mexico’s finest is caught on camera having sex with a woman on the hood of a car.
The damage caused by Hurricane Irene, in incredible pictures.
The hurricane caused 38 deaths and left 3.3 million people without power.
Former dog fighter and current NFL QB Michael Vick gets a $100 million contract from the Philadelphia Eagles.
It’s funny when the frontman of Maroon 5 lashes out against MTV for not being about “music.”
A Big-style fortune teller is found in a Montana restaurant.
Obama’s uncle Onyango Obama is stopped on suspicion of drunk driving, then tells police he wants to dial the White House.
V.20 No.29 | 7/21/2011
U.S. Boat to Gaza
Freedom Flotilla II
New Mexico activists join 22-country protest fleet
By Elise Kaplan
The accounts of the U.S. boat to Gaza read like a Bond movie. There are nefarious bureaucratic restrictions from foreign governments, boat chases on the Mediterranean Sea, hunger strikes and Greek jails. Among 37 U.S. activists were Ken Mayers and Linda Durham from Santa Fe.
V.19 No.52 |
The Daily Word 12.31.10: 2010 is finally over.
By John Bear [ Fri Dec 31 2010 9:21 AM ]
No pardon for Billy the Kid.
Uncle shoots nephew while playing 'cops and robbers' with real gun.
Man hurt playing real 'Frogger.'
Man shot by police had PTSD.
Former President of Israel convicted of rape.
Top Ten Books of 2010.
Tornado kills three in Arkansas.
Flood in Australia the size of Texas.
Stars who died in 2010.
Man strips at Virginia airport.
Restaurant critic gets exposed by restaurant owner.
V.18 No.47 |
The Daily Word 11.22.09: Healthcare, abortion, Three Mile Island, Israel, Michael Jackson's glove
By Jessica Cassyle Carr [ Sun Nov 22 2009 8:07 PM ]
Healthcare: The debate has only just begun.
Bill Clinton attended former New Mexico governor Bruce King's funeral.
Arizona is trying to take New Mexico's film industry.
NM wants half a million dollars from a company that caused a cavern near Carlsbad in danger of collapse.
Israel is an asshole.
Rhodes Scholars named.
Rep. Patrick Kennedy denied communion because he supports abortion rights.
Is Three Mile Island leaking radiation.
One man claims that Russia is now a criminal state.
(Lame) American Music Award performances rated.
Michael Jackson's glove sold for $350,000.
Traveling Paris via 19th-century gastronomy.
Weather: Sunny with highs in the upper '50s all week.
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