The Daily Word 1.6.11: Hoarder house, turtle prosthetics, golden radio voice
They still haven't found the shooter from UNMH, but his brother is sticking up for him.
Del Norte football player dies from oxycodone overdose, according to his family.
Hoarder house demolished by the city.
Obama's (probable) new chief of staff doesn't dig consumer protection or health care reform?
Turtle and goose prosthetics.
Did you read about the homeless man with the golden radio voice?
BP could escape a gross negligence charge.
Hackers figured out how to make the PS3 to run any software, including pirated games.
The pope says God caused the Big Bang.
Dead birds in Sweden.
The "me" marriage.
The Daily Word 09.16.10: Baby flamingo, graverobbers, pope v. atheists
This APS board member doesn’t believe condoms stop STDs. (This is about dispensing birth control on campuses.)
That dude who was shot Downtown by APD was armed with a butter knife.
Rio Rancho graverobbers steal bronze urns.
Baby flamingo at the zoo.
The expensive 2010 N.M. races.
Federal agency that gives money to religious groups has poor oversight.
The top 10 stories the media didn’t report.
Lobo robbed lobo, says UNMPD.
Criminals wear Yankees caps.
1 in 7 Americans lives in poverty.
Pope compares atheists to Nazis.
That band Hanson still exists. Now, it’s broody.
The Pope is Sassy
A “lie-beral” atheist heathen friend of mine passed this along to me— the 15 gayest pictures of his holiness. Behold Pope Benedict XVI, Ratzinger of Bavaria in all of his fancy-hatted glory.
The Daily Word 5.11.10: Oil Blame Game, Playboy in 3D, Carol Burnett for SNL
No one wants to take blame for the massive oil spill in the Gulf, now up to 4 million gallons.
Playing hooky a thing of the past? Northern Arizona University proposes an electronic monitoring system for student attendance.
Playboy jumps on the 3-D bandwagon with a 3-D centerfold spread.
The Pope calls the Catholic church sex abuse scandal “terrifying.”
AT&T has the iPhone exclusively through 2012.
After Betty White’s wonderful SNL appearance, Facebook now campaigns for Carol Burnett.
The Arizona boycott over the new immigration law, including a boycott of the MLB All-Star game in 2011, is expected to put a huge dent in the tourism industry.
Las Cruces to remove its red light cameras over the next few days.
Thieves are stealing iron water covers throughout the city, and no one really knows why.
Those ridiculous gale-force winds are coming back late this afternoon.
The Daily Word 04.15.10: The pope speaks, porn virus, cilantro
Too many body parts at the Office of the Medical Investigator.
Local lawyer convicted of DWI after hitting the curb with his Mercedes. Now police say he hit his wife with that car, too.
The Albuquerque Main Post Office will be open until midnight so you can send in your taxes on time.
Lost Albuquerque cat found in Chicago.
Inmates scam Uncle Sam by filing returns for fake jobs.
Some people hate cilantro.
Porn virus publishes your web history on the Internet.
All these earthquakes are just a coincidence.
In Switzerland, people can hire horrifying clowns to stalk their children as a birthday present.