V.21 No.40 | 10/4/2012
The Daily Word in cheese-smuggling, early voting, cliff diving
By B.L. Brennan [ Fri Sep 28 2012 11:13 AM ]
Returning NFL referees received with cheers and a standing ovation.
Are you as excited as I am about Balloon Fiesta?
Early voting kick-starts Presidential election in Iowa.
Canadian police officer arrested and charged with cheese-smuggling.
Apple chief executive apologizes for new maps app.
Lawn at Pete Domenici Courthouse is getting a face-lift.
Bank of America shells out 2.43 billion in settlement with Merrill Lynch.
Alaskan woman walks off cliff while texting.
Starry Night recreated with Hubble photos of other starry nights.
Celebrities hanging out with other celebrities and being awesome.
And here’s a cat video to brighten your day.
V.21 No.38 |
The Daily Word in drugged driving, class warfare, the 47 percent and fire tornados
By Jessica Cassyle Carr [ Fri Sep 21 2012 10:33 AM ]
New Mexico's Court of Appeals ruled that convicted "drugged drivers" must install ignition interlocks, though the devices don't detect drugs.
Extremist mobs protesting the anti-Islamic film made by some American nut job get violent in Pakistan.
Some crazy people spent days in line to get the new iPhone.
An article about the tiny home movement and new, tiny apartment units in New York (I thought they already had those).
Fiona Apple joins Willie Nelson and Snoop Dog in the arrested-
Another officer-involved shooting in Albuquerque.
Republican First Congressional District candidate Janice Arnold-Jones portrays birth control benefits as an obligation to "pay for your recreational sex."
Places to go before global warming ruins them.
Weather: Highs in the low '90s through the weekend.
The Daily Word in iPhone 5, Amanda Palmer and Endeavour
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Sep 20 2012 10:08 AM ]
Chick-fil-A bows out of homophobe politics.
Students protest racist anti-abortion propaganda at UNM.
At 11:30 a.m., Endeavour will fly over White Sands.
The Mars rover got some snaps of an eclipse.
OK, so why isn't New Mexico big in solar?
Oh, that Jon Stewart: Chaos on Bullshit Mountain
Beyoncé is a good role model for the Obama daughters, says the president.
Maybe we should elect Canada as POTUS.
How will LGBT youth fare in a new Tunisia?
iPhone 5 lines are forming around the country.
It's OK if you don't want kids. In 2008, you could just drop them off in Nebraska.
A woman screaming "I'm Jack Sparrow" hijacks a passenger ferry and crashes it into other boats.
Amanda Palmer got more than $1 million through Kickstarter to make an album. People are wondering what the hell she's spending it on.
Work backward out of a creative rut.
What's next in body mods?
V.21 No.36 |
The Daily Word in Lybian extremists, teachers' strike, Jason Sudeikis returns
By E.J. Maliskas [ Wed Sep 12 2012 9:09 AM ]
The U.S. ambassador to Libya, Christopher Stevens, and three other American diplomats have been killed by suspected religious extremists in Lybia.
Factory fires kill at least 314 people in Pakistan.
Chicago Teachers Union strike most likely won't be resolved today.
APD Police Chief gives his program a stand-up 94% on their report card.
Apple slips up.
Notre Dame is headed to the ACC in all sports except for football.
McDonald's will soon start including calorie counts on their menus ... dang it, I hate guilt.
Apparently NBC feels that Kris Jenner's boobs are more important than a 9/11 moment of silence.
Jason Sudeikis is returning to SNL!
Hard core, back-in-the-day, super legit snowball fight.
V.21 No.33 |
The Daily Word in Todd Akin, Susana Martinez, Walter White and Ray Bradbury
By Margaret Wright [ Tue Aug 21 2012 12:17 PM ]
Missouri Rep. Akin (of recent pregnancy-
State AG Gary King and Gov. Susana Martinez' administration trade barbs.
New Mexico book businesses are dismayed that the guv went mostly out of state for a high volume buy.
Mountains of presidential campaign money keep growing, and growing...
The really big Apple.
Walter White is wanted for manufacturing meth. In Tuscaloosa.
Narcocorridos likened to gangster rap.
Swedish designers unveil their "invisible," inflatable bike helmet.
The cold "heartbeat" of ice.
"Such are the mysteries of literary DNA."
V.21 No.28 | 7/12/2012
The Daily Word in popular zoos, record heat and internet madness
By Adam Fox [ Tue Jul 10 2012 10:55 AM ]
It’s official; the last 12 months have been the hottest ever recorded in the United States.
Fans in Kansas City endlessly boo New York Yankee Robinson Cano during the Home Run Derby.
Spain’s banks are next in line for a bailout by the European Union.
Who is the mystery woman routinely appearing with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un?
The ABQ BioPark Zoo is New Mexico’s most visited attraction, beating out White Sands National Monument and Carlsbad Caverns.
A law in Indiana that could have prevented low-income women from using Medicaid for reproductive care is declared illegal.
Apple drops its “green” electronics certification from its products.
The internet could be creating forms of mental illness.
Some Muslim clerics are calling for the demolition of Egypt’s Great Pyramids.
Happy Birthday, Nikola Tesla!
V.21 No.24 |
The Daily Word in Lara Croft, Game of Thrones and bacon sundaes
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Jun 14 2012 11:10 AM ]
Egypt's high court orders that its parliament be dissolved.
Officers stumble across starving horses while looking for a man with a gun.
APD used stun guns, bean bag rounds and a police dog in the arrest of a 60-year-old man. Judge says: Pay up.
"Game of Thrones" sorry about using President Bush's head in scene about heads on pikes.
When is it OK to shoot someone in Albuquerque?
Drake and Chris Brown maybe got in a fist fight at a NY club, say police.
State's paying too much in jail and prison contracts.
Lara Croft to be put through harrowing attempted gang rape in Tomb Raider reboot so male players will feel compelled to protect her.
After a series of workers who make Apple products committed suicide, the company attempted to improve conditions. Yesterday, another worker committed suicide.
We're going to spy on Africa more.
Wine glass chess set makes for classiest drinking game ever.
Movies for women turn huge profits. So why doesn't Hollywood want to make those films? asks Meryl Streep.
Burger King's bacon sundae.
Ditch your car, city-dweller, and buy this folding pod on wheels.
V.21 No.3 |
The Daily Word in the State of the Union, $100 hotdogs and Lego Minecraft
By Tom Nayder [ Wed Jan 25 2012 8:24 AM ]
The owner of the Guild is appealing his 2008 fine for showing an adult movie during the Pornotopia Festival.
Navy Seals rescue an American held by Somali pirates.
Apple earned $13 billion last quarter.
You can't hide behind your encrypted computer anymore.
A Georgia Representative is trying to pass a law making it illegal to Photoshop heads on naked bodies.
Meanwhile, in Oklahoma a lawmaker wants to ban the use of human fetuses in the production of food. Wait, what?
Awesome article on President Garfield's assassination.
Lego Minecraft? Yes please!
Epic interview with Maurice Sendak on Colbert last night. EPIC!
You don't have to be a douchebag to enjoy this $100 cognac-infused bratwurst, but it helps.
Soon we'll be stealing cars from the Pirate Bay.
The Cranberries are back?
Finally "his schlong" is a Family Feud answer.
How The Return of the Jedi should have ended.
R.I.P. Dick Tufeld, voice of Robot from Lost in Space.
V.20 No.44 | 11/3/2011
The Daily Word in gecko robots, super beagles, suicide machines
By Adam Fox [ Tue Nov 1 2011 10:13 AM ]
Siberian people share DNA with ancient human ancestors.
An Oklahoma University professor is arrested for medical practices on his own students.
See the robot that can climb walls like a gecko.
The Loudoun County Republican Party releases an image of a “Zombie Obama.”
The Who’s Pete Townshend likens Apple to a “digital vampire.”
The beagle that survived a gas chamber is up for adoption, and I want it.
Spooky New Orleans: 15 people shot, two dead on Halloween.
A Sadanese man is beheaded in public in Saudi Arabia for being a sorcerer.
People in the Northeast still without power made some awesome snow pumpkins.
Hacker group Anonymous may be targeting the Mexican drug cartels next.
(Un)occupy Albuquerque protesters are granted a limited permit to be in Yale Park.
Dr. Kevorkian’s “suicide machine” will be auctioned off on Friday.
V.20 No.40 |
The Daily Word in Steve Jobs, Occupy Adbusters and a quadruple rainbow
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Oct 6 2011 9:41 AM ]
Apple's Steve Jobs dies at age 56.
A commencement speech Jobs gave.
The good folks at Westboro plan to protest his funeral.
Occupy Albuquerque protesters still at UNM.
Man says he tried to withdraw his money from Bank of America in St. Louis and was prevented by police.
Snarky writer charges that Occupy Wall Street was started by Adbusters (which, he says, owns the URL).
Guy charged in Sunflower Market's yogurtgate is going to court.
Dr. Barry Ramo on foods that make your skin healthy.
Men as pinups.
Why do we love stories about people with too many cats?
Santa Fe orders cleanup of "Hobo Hill."
This Swede won the Nobel Prize for literature.
Quadruple rainbow all the way.
Palin says she's not running for president.
Judy Jetson is boy crazy.
Speech pathologist eats school lunches for a year.
Cafeterias in France ban ketchup.
Hear all of Björk's new album Biophilia.
V.20 No.38 |
The Daily Word in Stephen King, paper money, rape and cafeterias
By Laura Marrich [ Wed Sep 28 2011 11:12 AM ]
The Small/Faces are headed to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
The first Chinese space lab is called Heavenly Palace.
At last, Andy Rooney puts us out of our misery.
Sephen King is writing a sequel to The Shining. It's called Dr. Sleep.
Apple's corporate cafeteria is as awesome as you've imagined it.
Anderson Cooper doesn't really care for food.
The great pumpkin, for real.
The Daily Word in Locksley boot, affirmative action brownies, and Amazon's latest technology.
Brought to you by the artist formerly known as the US Space Program.
By E.J. Maliskas [ Mon Sep 26 2011 9:21 AM ]
Mike Locksley gets canned after loss to Sam Houston State.
Albuquerque teen gets arrested for burping in class.
Casino shooting leaves Hells Angels leader dead and two others injured.
City acquires some more balloon landin' land.
NASA's dead satellite takes its fall.
Earth-shattering news about Catwoman's mask.
Controversy erupts over affirmative action bake sale at Berkley.
Doesn't this guy know you aren't supposed to try to reenact movie premises that involve having to cut off your own limbs?
Neil Armstrong labels the US Space Program as "embarrassing".
So what did we get from the US Space Program?
Amazon gets ready to release new tablet, Apple is actually a bit worried.
The Oatmeal on the Netflix changes.
Man calls police during a 30-mile chase Thursday to tell them that deputies "needed to leave him alone."
V.20 No.31 | 8/4/2011
The Daily Word with a Debt Compromise, a Death by Stiletto, and Apple’s One Million Robots
By Adam Fox [ Tue Aug 2 2011 10:39 AM ]
The debt compromise passes the House, adding $2.4 trillion more to the world’s shittiest credit card.
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin says the U.S. is “like a parasite” on the global economy.
If you’re staying at the Hilton, I’m not so sure a 75 cent newspaper ruins your day.
Apocalypse Watch 2011: An epic reservoir in West Texas turns blood-red.
A Georgia woman kills her boyfriend with a spiked stiletto heel to the head. Cannot believe this took place in a trailer park.
A slideshow of 30 awesome photos from Phoenix and San Diego’s Comic-Con.
The serial butt slasher claims a new victim.
Apple, in an effort to combat worker suicides, plans to staff one million robots.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Brandon Marshall has borderline personality disorder.
Are romantic novels to blame for a large number of women in therapy?
The Las Conchas fire—the largest ever in New Mexico’s history—is fully extinguished.
A Tennessee man creates a 27-string guitar.
Seattle’s Space Needle is sponsoring a contest to send one lucky winner to space.
V.20 No.30 |
The Daily Word with Out of Control Ravers, White Watermelon Seeds and Drunk Cops
By Tom Nayder [ Fri Jul 29 2011 12:26 PM ]
Apple has more cash on hand than the US government.
Albuquerque firefighters vote no confidence in Chief James Breen.
Former President Bush finally explains his deer in the headlights reaction to 9/11 news.
Cop towing DARE trailer ironically charged with DWI.
Out of control ravers shut down Hollywood.
What's the deal with white watermelon seeds?
The 17 greatest celebrity photobombs.
Olivia Wilde did a fake nude scene. DAMN YOU SCIENCE!
What's the point of having friends if you can't be mean to them?
I'm going to make this marbled coconut bread tomorrow If you guys want to come over and hang out.
Did three British boys time travel to medieval England?
V.20 No.28 |
The Daily Word with Migraines, Mullah Omar and Manatees
By Tom Nayder [ Wed Jul 20 2011 10:47 AM ]
Taliban leader Mullah Omar may be dead.
House Republicans pass a crazy Tea Party debt plan.
Albuquerque judge arrested and charged with rape.
Former Santa Fe county sheriff faces 250 counts of embezzlement.
Check out this fake Chinese Apple Store.
Photos from a ghost town in Cyprus, untouched by humans for almost 40 years.
McDonald's will open a 10,000 square foot, double-decker restaurant in London, for the 2012 Summer Olympics.
Your crazy wife will love these crazy milk ads.
Game of Thrones adds two new cast members.
75 ex-football players sue the NFL for concealing brain injury risks.
The Hubble Space Telescope discovers a new moon around Pluto.
South Park will continue for at least two more seasons.
Loch Ness-type cryptid sighted in Alaska.
Here's the new Spike Jonze directed Beastie Boys video!
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