V.22 No.11 |
The Daily Word in a stolen tortoise, a sharp wit, a titanic exhibit and an anniversary
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Mar 19 2013 8:36 AM ]
NM Governor Susana Martinez is in Rome.
Mister Turtle the tortoise is safe and sound in Santa Fe.
An exhibit featuring items from the Titanic opens in Albuquerque this Saturday.
Check out this big old Bull Durham building sign.
How to maybe win rock/paper/scissors.
Rochester Police employ the lost art of letter writing.
North Carolina has extensive rules for MMA fights.
It is the tenth anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq.
Possible chemical weapons attack in Syria.
V.21 No.50 | 12/13/2012
The Daily Word in strange naps, strange eyes, strange sexual taboos
By E.J. Maliskas and friends [ Thu Dec 13 2012 10:59 AM ]
Gunman opened fire Tuesday afternoon in a busy shopping mall near Portland, killing 2 and injuring one before turning the gun on himself.
Drunk man found napping inside a clothing store on Central tased twice by Albuquerque police.
Who was snubbed in the 2013 Golden Globe nominations?
Those darn distracted pedestrians.
Was an English monk in North America 150 years before Columbus?
Super macro photos of the human eye are creepy and cool.
Awwww, baby animals!
Truly fascinating facts about chameleons.
Nothing gets me in the Christmas spirit like terrified children sitting on Santa’s lap.
Bernalillo County Commission plans to spend $900,000 in attempt to stop contraband from making it into the Metro Detention Center.
Technician with a home-alarm company charged with burglary.
PBS presents: Concussion watch.
Big Brother is watching ... always watching.
Strange sexual taboos across the world include the idea that "... engaging in sexual relations out of doors will lead to the failure of the crops."
What’s going on with Syria?
Thanks to Nick Brown and Margaret Wright for the links!
V.21 No.48 |
The Daily Word in Syria, Tumblr takeover, text message birthday
By E.J. Maliskas [ Mon Dec 3 2012 9:32 AM ]
Clinton warns Syria not to cross the "red line."
Tumblr is currently being bombarded by a massive worm that spreads hateful anti-Tumblr messages.
ENMU toilet paper bandit repents and apologizes for his misconduct by sending the school 80 new rolls of two-ply.
Suspect on his way to jail for drug trafficking tried to hide evidence in deputy's car.
Obama's stimulus spending plan has Republicans "flabbergasted."
20 years ago today, the first text message was sent.
The iPhone 5 is headed out to 50 more countries.
According to former Chief Public Safety Officer Pete Dinelli, APD's problems can be blamed on Mayor Berry.
North Korea's at it again with the whole trying-
William and Kate are expecting a wee one.
Canadian woman says she survived a shooting by her ex-boyfriend because of her breast implants.
V.21 No.47 |
The Daily Word in car bombs, corporate malfeasance and old-school gift giving
By Margaret Wright [ Wed Nov 28 2012 9:35 AM ]
Dozens reported dead after double car bomb explosions in Damascus.
APD officer ordered to take paid leave after neighbors report he encouraged them to fight.
Statistics kill yer Powerball buzz.
Major energy company exec. faces criminal charges in wake of 2010 coal mine disaster.
The EPA bars oil giant BP from getting new contracts.
APS leadership stonewalls TV news station.
Baby rhino arrives via FedEx.
Bernalillo County Commission candidate Simon Kubiak applied for a Metro Court judgeship.
Slayer holiday "jumper" (sweater?) unfortunately sold out.
Egocentric gift-giving tips.
Holiday gadget gift guide, 1952.
Japanese street performers, documented.
Shinichi Maruyama's frozen motion ("Nude").
V.21 No.44 | 11/1/2012
The Daily Word in Syrian ceasefire, Hurricane Sandy and WikiLeaks
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Oct 25 2012 10:53 AM ]
A funeral home sent a family their loved one’s brain in a bag. Court says they can’t sue.
Maximum sentence for a driver who killed a cyclist in January: 90 days in jail, $300 fine.
Syrian army agrees to a ceasefire from Friday to Monday.
Hurricane Sandy is heading our way.
WikiLeaks is releasing the U.S. policies on detaining people in camps and GitMo. The website hacked them from the DOD.
Chinese artist Ai Weiwei goes Gangnam style.
Why it’s so hard to fire a police officer.
Bullied teen throws herself in front of a train.
7-year-old girl writes an opera.
Legalizing marijuana is on the ballot in Washington, Colorado and Oregon.
Rape is rape, says the president.
Don’t worry about convicted sex offenders this Halloween. They’ve got a curfew.
Last-minute DIY Halloween costumes.
Nirvana, the Broadway musical.
V.21 No.36 |
The Daily Word in (teacher and air) strikes, debates and calming propaganda
By Margaret Wright [ Mon Sep 10 2012 8:29 AM ]
Teachers are striking in Chicago.
"A significant accomplishment for the Obama administration and a sign of how far the markets have come."
Peace mission to Syria struggles in the midst of raging conflict.
Yemeni military says their forces have killed the second-highest ranking leader of Al Qaeda.
Romney's shifting health care reform rhetoric.
Gov. Martinez is soon to appoint a new person to the Bernalillo County Commission.
Congressional District 1 candidates Janice Arnold-Jones and Michelle Lujan Grisham held their first debate yesterday.
Chamomile Tea Party propaganda.
A case for atomic-based environmentalism.
Red wine might be better for you if there weren't alcohol in it. Ugh.
Such a douchebag.
V.21 No.33 |
The Daily Word in RNC hurricanes, gun shopping and communal grief
By Margaret Wright [ Wed Aug 22 2012 8:58 AM ]
"Profound geopolitical uncertainty" following the death of Ethiopian prime minister.
"Guns 'R Us."
Hurricane Isaac could hit Florida during the Republican National Convention...
...Where Gov. Martinez is slated to be a "primetime" speaker.
Intensifying violence in Damascus.
D.C. neighborhood mourns the passing of homeless man.
Johnny Tapia's wife is set to hold a press conference today regarding the cause of his death.
Gary Johnson still struggling to get on the presidential ballot in every state.
Does ethnicity affect the quality of your sleep?
Ikea as surreal retreat in Beijing.
The science of mammalian shake-drying.
Ancient underwater treasure.
V.21 No.31 |
The Daily Word in Judo, Annan and Doctor Who
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Aug 2 2012 10:24 AM ]
A smiling tribute to American blubber was stolen from Dairy Queen.
Horse owners like N.M. horse slaughterhouse.
Ex-APD officer who kicked a suspect in the head a bunch of times wants his job back.
Kofi Annan quits gig as Syrian peace envoy because no one's got his back.
Bone marrow transplants eradicate HIV.
What Robyn Lawley—the prestigious plus-size lacy underpants model—eats.
The lady who takes pictures of babies dressed like flowers and peas and things is totally nuts. (Satire)
The Olympic rings as fascinating infographics for nerds like me.
Is being an Olympic gymnast any fun anymore?
Swimmer Ryan Lochte digs one night stands, says his mom.
Kayla Harrison becomes the first American to win the gold in Judo.
How not to write about female musicians.
"Doctor Who" trailer for series 7 features dinosaurs.
V.21 No.30 |
The Daily Word in bird-flipping, mayoral flapping and game throwing
By Margaret Wright [ Wed Aug 1 2012 10:03 AM ]
"The four most beautiful words in our common language: I told you so." R.I.P, Gore Vidal.
Onlookers laugh at the mayor of London stuck on a zip line.
Syrian government forces use warplanes in Aleppo, while rebels employ "heavy weapons, including tanks."
A.P.D. hasn't been adequately tracking their weapons, according to internal audit.
Albuquerque "spice" traced back to China.
Rio Grande Foundation takes the mayor to task for proposed Railyard redevelopment.
Romney's swing state woes.
Olympic badminton players lost on purpose.
A bipartisan deal actually moves forward in Washington, D.C.
The "pepper-spray cop" of UC Davis doesn't work there any more.
Modern human behavior traced back 44,000 years.
Geez, these two are adorable.
V.21 No.29 |
The Daily Word in shortys getting down, troubled lawmen and gun fever
By Margaret Wright [ Wed Jul 25 2012 8:45 AM ]
R.I.P., Sherman Hemsley.
Gun sales surge after Aurora movie shooting.
Glock Inc. sued by L.A. policeman who was shot by his 3-year-old.
Is your pastor packing heat?
Researchers focus on women for new AIDS prevention methods in Africa.
Mass shutdown of L.A.'s medical marijuana dispensaries.
Public outrage in Anaheim after two deadly police shootings.
Notorious Maricopa County sheriff tries to refute himself in court.
Kim Jong-un's "mystery woman" turns out to be his new wife/comrade.
New Jersey super blew the lid on NYPD undercover operation.
Young boy commits "unusual and serious breach" of security.
80-year-old lobster rescued from the dinner table.
V.21 No.28 |
The Daily Word in freedom fighters, not-so-soothing warmth and dark money
By Margaret Wright [ Wed Jul 18 2012 8:48 AM ]
“For to be free is not merely to cast off one's chains, but to live in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of others.” Happy Birthday to Nelson Mandela.
Top Syrian defense ministers, including President Bashar al-Assad's brother-in-law, were killed in Damascus by a suicide bomber.
Shrinking Greenland ice sheet birthed a Manhattan-sized iceberg.
Track the extent of countrywide drought conditions.
City cracks down on illegal dog breeding.
Investigation of the Little Bear Fire initiated.
Santa Fe is the "best food town."
Senate Republicans heart secret donors.
"Outsized level of influence": an infographic.
The end of Penn State football is a possibility.
Should we be required to vote?
Sorry, but the Olympic mascots creep me out.
Ugh, I need some good news.
Life in an undersea space station.
V.21 No.27 |
The Daily Word in mini-iPads, Syrian emails and the key to the universe
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Jul 5 2012 9:03 AM ]
All of the fireworks in San Diego's big show accidentally went off at once. (This has never happened to the Big Bay Boom before.)
In the Dirt City, plenty of people flipped a sparkly middle finger to fire restrictions.
We've entered monsoon season.
Apple is working on a mini-iPad. No, dummy, not an iPhone.
Government confirms: Mermaids are not real.
Fukushima disaster was the result of collusion, says expert panel.
Did you know Hannah Montana makes a raccoon repellent?
Lifeguard in Florida fired for trying to save a drowning swimmer.
Wikileaks releases 2.5 million emails from Syria.
Physicists find key to the universe.
How to take care of your vinyl in the heat.
India's going to give its citizens free medication.
Mitt Romney may pick a woman to be his running mate.
"Like a Virgin" moves Madonna to tears during a concert.
V.21 No.27 | 7/5/2012
The Daily Word in Syrian violence, snitches, foie gras
By Sam Adams [ Fri Jun 29 2012 10:23 AM ]
Roughly 140 people killed in Syria yesterday. Nearly 2,000 civilians have been killed in June, alone.
Parts of the Bosque are closed due to high fire risk.
Police say man who drove his car through Kit Carson Park at 4 a.m. was quite drunk.
Atlanta police murder a 92-year-old woman and ask a C.I. to cover for them.
Supreme Court’s health care ruling in minute-to-minute detail.
Video of San Juan inmate attacking prison guard with a toilet-bowl-cleaner shank.
Reflecting on Hunter Thompson’s Fear and Loathing on the Campaign Trail ’72.
Shanghai’s misogynistic public trans system.
Padlocked tacos and margaritas in condoms on this person’s Etsy account.
An ideal layout for movie theaters.
V.21 No.26 |
The Daily Word in Obamacare, bath salts and UFOs
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Jun 28 2012 9:55 AM ]
CNN and Fox News biff it.
Lady doesn't return "Twilight" book, spends night in jail.
20 people have died on motorcycles in New Mexico this year and still no helmet law.
Wildfire in Colorado burns hundreds of houses.
Syria's high court bombed.
One-third of Americans believe in UFOs.
Dinosaurs were maybe not cold-blooded.
Julian Assange is going to turn himself in.
B.J. Novak, temp Ryan on "The Office," is leaving the show.
The agent behind the Fast and Furious gun sting speaks about why it was a good idea.
25 things you didn't know about Full Metal Jacket.
"Mad Men" are assholes in tie clips.
V.21 No.25 |
The Daily Word in Nora Ephron, drought and community relations
By Margaret Wright [ Wed Jun 27 2012 10:05 AM ]
R.I.P., Nora Ephron. The multi-talented writer and filmmaker died Tuesday of leukemia.
More than 32,000 residents were evacuated as a wildfire grows near Colorado Springs.
U.S. West isn't the only region suffering from severe drought and heat.
A boat full of asylum-seekers capsized.
Significant handshake in Belfast.
Mississippi's last remaining abortion clinic could be on the verge of closure.
APD chief says new recruitment measures are helping address the department's high-stakes community relations problems.
Hungry for the 4th best burger in the country?
What tomorrow's possible Supreme Court ruling on the Affordable Care Act could mean to you.
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