V.20 No.22 | 6/2/2011
The Daily Word Memorial Day edition with Indy 500, Blackbeard and water on the moon.
By Nick Brown [ Mon May 30 2011 8:58 AM ]
Here’s a Memorial Day quiz.
Dan Wheldon won the Indy 500.
There might be lots of water on the moon. Also, possibly moon monsters.
They found Blackbeard's anchor.
Jeff Conway didn't die from a drug overdose, if you want to get all technical about it.
Epic Meal Time presents Fast Food Lasagna.
The Kensington Runestone is going to be featured on 2,300 U-Haul trucks.
Instant coffee makes me want to scream.
Volunteer for a remote psychic reading.
Where can I hide one million dollars?
Here’s the new Spokane River bigfoot video.
I’m hungry for hot dogs.
Two people drowned in Navajo Lake.
There was a deadly wrong-way car smash on Highway 314.
Happy birthday, Colm Meaney.
V.20 No.12 |
Cryptid Alert! Bigfoot has been caught on video again!
By Nick Brown [ Fri Mar 25 2011 10:47 PM ]
Thomas Byars of North Carolina filmed the snarling beast with his handy video camera. Notice how the yeti takes tiny steps, as though it's sharted its costume. Which would explain the horrid smell.
V.20 No.7 | 2/17/2011
The Daily Word 02.14.11
By Nick Brown [ Mon Feb 14 2011 10:24 AM ]
Maksim Gelman: stabber.
William Pitel: stabber.
Who could have taken the King Tut Statue? Who? Who?
Arcade Fire won Album of the Year at the Grammy Awards.
Don’t eat the yogurt at the Playboy Mansion.
They are selling eight Beyblades to replace a destroyed bathtub.
Uh, oh. There’s a Siberian wolf problem.
Tiger Woods is in trouble for spitting.
Energy drinks can be tasty kid killers.
A New Mexican artist hits the big boing time.
The seven nerdiest sex toys.
Perhaps a catchy rap song could teach you to solve a Rubik’s Cube.
Bigfoot loves Zagunut Bars. Really? It sounds like an elaborate lie, but who am I to say.
Metro Court is ready for over 100 Valentine’s Day weddings (no same-sex, though).
Al Sharpton says essentially nothing about Susana Martinez.
There’s a bill to create a $100 fine for feeding pigeons.
Cedric Lara: evil mailman.
Happy birthday to my Valentine, Florence Henderson, hopped up on goofballs, dripping with gross.
V.19 No.43 | 10/28/2010
The Daily Word 10.25.10. Dried blood, hiccups and cholera.
By Nick Brown [ Mon Oct 25 2010 10:02 AM ]
Louis XVI’s dried blood is inside a fancy gourd.
Randy Quaid is afraid he’s going to be murdered.
A one-handed model is all the rage in Europe.
You can fly from Hobbs to Houston. So figure out how to get to Hobbs, my friend, and… next stop, Houston. Then next stop, back. Then back to Houston.
Do you hate the Lead and Coal Project?
Masshole didn’t know what an atlatl was.
Happy birthday, Minnie Pearl.
V.19 No.12 | 3/25/2010
Bigfoot Has a Driver’s License?
By Devin D. O’Leary [ Tue Mar 23 2010 2:11 PM ]
The headline on this one is way more interesting than the actual story. When I saw the e-mail “Bigfoot Provides ‘Wish Kid’ Ride to School This Thursday,” I freaked. I mean, if I was some Make A Wish kid, I’d totally ask for Bigfoot to show up at my house and give me a ride to school. What does he drive anyway? I’m thinking a pimped-out El Camino.
Unfortunately, the story’s not about the cryptozoological entity alternately known as Sasquatch and the Skunk Ape. It’s, in fact, about the monster truck called Bigfoot. Cool, sure, but not as cool as a 7-foot-tall hairy dude. Anyway, the Monster Truck Winter Nationals are coming to Santa Ana Star Center this Friday and Saturday, March 26 and 27. With the help of the Make A Wish Foundation, 5-year-old Rio Rancho monster truck fanatic Garrett Burnett will be getting a ride to school on Thursday morning in the Bigfoot Bad Boy truck. Burnett goes to La Esquilita Pre-School in Bernalillo, and he’s probably gonna blow some tiny little minds pulling up in that thing. (Not as many as he would have with an honest-to-god Sasquatch as his chauffeur, but I’m just grousing to grouse at this point.) In conclusion: Bigfoot rules.
V.19 No.9 | 3/4/2010
Cryptid Alert: Bigfoot Researcher Autumn Williams Gives Up Bigfoot Research
By Nick Brown [ Wed Mar 10 2010 10:48 AM ]
Autumn Williams has had it. She’s done researching the yeti, and explains why here for ten minutes, then continues explaining why for another two videos on her Oregon Bigfoot Blog. I, for one, am deeply saddened that she won’t be howling and banging logs in the woods anymore. Here she is in happier times discussing the yeti, and here she is playing her favorite song. And here’s a different girl performing a song about the Georgia Bigfoot Hoax. And here is the band Sasquatch.
Cryptid Alert: Child Befriends Juvenile Yeti
By Nick Brown [ Thu Mar 4 2010 4:36 PM ]
A boy befriended a young bigfoot, but when area loggers threatened its life the boy had to frighten it away by throwing pinecones and yelling, “I hate you!” Watch the video for supporting evidence and judge for yourself.
V.19 No.7 | 2/18/2010
Cryptid Alert: Bigfoot Uses ESP to Enter Dreams and Mines Gold for UFO Aliens
By Nick Brown [ Fri Feb 19 2010 1:25 PM ]
Yeti fans, this one’s got it all. Yetis dressed as Native Americans entering your dreams. Numerous accounts of yetis communicating with humans telepathically. Astral flight, UFOs and a yeti sighting near Gallup, NM.
I believe that yetis have the power to alter our memories. At one point humans knew about the yeti, but as the yetis’ psychic powers grew, they forced us to forget them… just as they usually make us forget that we’ve seen them today. Ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny. I don’t have any proof of this, but I get very strong impressions. I believe the yetis are planting these thoughts in my mind.
This wonderful yeti image comes from Jesse Ross.
V.19 No.3 | 1/21/2010
Bigfoot Interesting. People Talking About Bigfoot Boring.
By Nick Brown [ Sat Feb 13 2010 4:40 PM ]
And here’s the proof. Pretty boring, huh?
V.18 No.36 | 9/3/2009
The Daily Word 09.02.09: Mutants, drugs in the water, earthquakes, death beam, bigfoot discovery center
By Jessica Cassyle Carr [ Wed Sep 2 2009 10:35 AM ]
Caffeine found in the Rio Grande, now the water utility is trying to keep other drugs out of the river.
Pfizer is paying $2.3 to settle its illegal drug promotion case.
State Fair does a series on films, new and old, made in New Mexico.
Socorro is experiencing a scourge of earthshakes.
A much more serious quake shakes Java.
Read about the new death beam, tested at White Sands Missile Range.
World in upheaval over Google’s 100 minutes of Gmail nothingness yesterday.
Job loss didn’t really slow down in August.
Underwear sales may determine economic health.
The late DJ AM appears to have been taking painkillers and smoking crack.
Good news “Mad Men” fans, there will be another season.
Niche museums: Read about Velveteria, the Museum of Velvet Paintings in Portland, and The Bigfoot Discovery Museum in California.
Album of the day: Viva Hate by Morrissey.
Weather: Clear today, rain predicted for the rest of the week.
V.18 No.29 | 7/16/2009
Cryptid Alert! My Dream Girl!
By Nick Brown [ Tue Jul 21 2009 2:06 PM ]
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