V.19 No.15 | 4/15/2010
NASA v. Comet Empire
By Devin D. O’Leary [ Mon Apr 12 2010 2:40 PM ]
It should come as no surprise that astronauts are a bunch of nerds. (The new ones anyway. Neil Armstrong and his boys were a bunch of hard-drinking, skirt-chasing wingnuts.) Leave it to a Japanese astronaut to take it to the next level, though. The other day, astronaut/otaku Soichi Noguchi hung out on the International Space Station dressed as Derek Wildstar (known as Susumu Kodai in Japan) from the anime series "Star Blazers" (known as "Space Battleship Yamato" in Japan). Awesome or nerdy or awesomely nerdy? You decide!
V.19 No.13 | 4/1/2010
The Daily Word 3.30.10: Christian Crazies, Ricky Martin, NASA
By Adam Fox [ Tue Mar 30 2010 10:46 AM ]
NYPD cops carry machine guns on subways in light of the recent Moscow suicide bombings.
Gonorrhea could become a drug-immune epidemic.
A hotel custodian calls in a bomb threat so he could have a day off.
The FBI raids Christian groups “preparing to do battle with the Anti-Christ.”
Ricky Martin, of Menudo and solo fame, finally decides to come out of the closet.
The Northeast prepares for possible historic flooding. What’s up with the massively epic natural disasters lately?
This is getting ridiculous: NASA joins the Toyota probe to explain the “cosmic ray electromagnetic interference” theory.
Ten people ages 8-21 shot dead by drug traffickers in Durango, México.
Karl Rove heckled and called a “war criminal” at a book signing in Beverly Hills.
A group is lobbying to have Ronald McDonald removed as the McDonald’s icon for luring kids into its McFattening McTrap.
Yet ANOTHER stabbing at a UNM area intersection.
Police catch 3 people suspected of committing more than 200 car burglaries.
V.16 No.27 |
The Daily Word 07.07.07
By Jessica Cassyle Carr [ Sat Jul 7 2007 7:15 PM ]
Cockfighters should take up the other cockfighting, instead of filing lawsuits.
Domenici, others ditch Bush's Iraq policy.
People are still dying in Iraq.
See the new 7 new wonders of the world.
NASA's Dawn to study asteroids between Mars and Jupiter.
Read all about Boeing's new Dreamliner, a plane set to alter air travel.
U.S. appeals court alright with National Security Administration's domestic spy program.
French cosmetic company, L'Oreal, fined for racism.
Pamplona's running of the bulls was today.
Woman's anti-communist ephemera collection draws praise.
Today's Live Earth concerts sound like a big joke.
Here's yet another excellent reason to despise Avril Lavigne.
Weather: Today's forecast calls for rain. And it's still hot.
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