The Daily Word 12.29.10: Riots In Russia, Fight Club In Santa Fe, No Cops In Mexico
Officer involved shooting in Santa Fe.
Santa Fe man forces people who owe him drug money to fight to pay off debts.
That housing recovery everyone is hoping for looks bleak.
The last member of a small Mexican town's police force disappears.
New study shows that Neanderthals cooked and ate vegetables.
Check your local salad bar for al Qaeda.
If you're conservative, it's your brain's fault.
Illinois woman arrested for assaulting cop with sex toy.
Watch this NYC sanitation crew wreck a car.
Calculate how much of a raise you'll get on January 1.
Can DNA evidence prove that John Wilkes Booth was alive 40 years after his death?
Here is some of the best of New Zealand's recently released UFO files.
Don't shovel that snow, eat it!
Here's a look back at the great novelty sandwiches of 2010.
How much did those AOL cds from the 90s cost AOL?
Lucky Poor bastards in the UK can get a Brussel Sprouts Whopper.
These guys taped a camera on the top of a sword, and it looks pretty cool.
Alibi Flickr Photo of the Day
The Daily Word 11.25.10: Snow!, adopt a turkey, South Korea
A bird in a bird in a bird in a pig.
Or, adopt a turkey instead of eating it.
Many police officers will be out patrolling for drunk drivers today.
I-40 re-opens after a big car smash. I-25 closed at Menaul.
There were few women at the first Thanksgiving. (So let the turkey burn. Have a beer.)
Sheriff admits to selling old body armor to military personnel, resigns.
How Obama and Palin will spend Thanksgiving.
South Korea's defense chief steps down.
Feds working to ban chemicals in herbal synthetic marijuana.
This woman was trapped for 20 days in a bathroom.
Lord Flight is sorry for saying changes to welfare would give poor people an incentive to breed.
Rowdy’s Dream Blog #150: Racing Down a Snow-Packed Mountain Road in a Snow Plow
I am in a mad auto race down a steep, snow-packed, winding mountain road. I drive a large snow plough and race in a tight pack against several school busses and semi-trucks. We scrape against the guardrails at every curve. Occasional cross-country skiers are scooped up and sent flying.
Cable darling, red chile queen
It was a cold and snowy Sunday morning when I first went to Cecilia’s. The air smelled like piñon smoke. Inside, it was still chilly sitting by the old brick wall at the south end of the dining room. I noticed a wood stove at the other end, so I switched seats. There was a woman sitting next to the stove sorting a big sack of pinto beans.
The Daily Word 2.9.10: D.C. Snow, American Airlines, Lap Dances for Haiti
Winter Wallop: Washington D.C. could see another 20 inches of snow.
In other related news, throwing a snowball can get you locked up for a very long time.
It’s a good thing identity theft isn’t a problem or anything these days; people who receive adult day-care services have their social security numbers printed on the envelopes.
American Airlines to charge $8 for in-flight blankets.
A Toldeo, Ohio strip club raises nearly $1,000 with “Lap Dances for Haiti.”
Cold War Redux? Russia says a U.S. missle shield is aimed towards them.
I-40 closed at Santa Rosa after four tractor-trailers pile up due to sheets of ice.
Leading by example; an APD officer, who has been with APD for 21 years, is charged with DWI.
City councilor Don Harris accused of... swiping a drummer’s sticks?
The Obamas to launch a childhood obesity task force.
Toyota recalls more than 400,000 hybrid cars, including the hippie-wielding slow-driving Prius.
The Daily Word 01.23.10: campaign finance, Haiti, sex addiction, snow
Obama wants to overturn the supreme court decision to undo campaign finance restrictions.
Man rescued from Haiti hotel rubble after 11 days.
Being an abortionist is dangerous business when there are so many murderous pro-lifers.
Oil spill in Janis Joplin's Texas hometown.
Does sex addiction exist?
The census and our evolving understanding of race.
Roman Polanski's wife speaks.
One in five U.S. teens have a cholesterol problem.
NMSU to make algae-based biofuel.
Weather: Snow tonight, partly cloudy and cold Sunday.
The Daily Word 01.02.10: Falling bullets, zombie protein, avarice, agave, snow
State investigates moo-llution at Roswell dairies.
In Albuquerque New Year's tradition, a falling bullet went through a man's ceiling on Thursday night.
A look into scandal-ridden 2009 state politics.
And you thought your apartment was shitty.
An al-Qaida-linked terrorist tried to kill that Danish cartoonist.
Early to bed beats depression.
Some New Yorkers are ignoring the smoking ban.
Petite agaves are cute little plants.
Zombie protien! Dead prions (the cause of numerous brain diseases) can still evolve.
A decade in quotes that "expose a nation that has internalized and accepted the forces of avarice, corruption, dishonesty, incompetence and insensitivity."
Weather: Highs in the mid '40s this week with possible snow on Wednesday and Thursday.
The Daily Word 10.25.09: National emergency, uranium mining, Morrissey, snow
Mayor-Elect Berry talks about transition.
Warrant for your arrest? The fuzz is looking for you.
Ghost towns—including those in New Mexico—attract folks in search of the wild west.
Uranium mining planned on sacred New Mexico mountain.
How to install Windows 7.
Things in Somalia are messed up again.
Banker convention sparks protest in Chicago.
Madoff investor Picower found dead in a pool.
Morrissey collapsed on stage ... because he was soooo saaaad.
Director Paul Haggis publicly leaves Scientology because they were for the ban on gay marriage in California.
Violet cocktails make a comeback.
Weather: Temps drop into the mid '50s this week, snow possible.