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The Daily Word in groin-stomping cops, an incarcerated intactivist and the Russian dynamite death chair act
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue May 19 2015 2:39 PM ]
Video shows NM State Policeman stomping on a dead suspect's groin.
A developer is asking Albuquerque City Council to lake a second look at its plan to renovate/precerve the historic DeAnza Motel.
Sunday's biker shootout involved a gang that was not invited to the meeting at Twin Peaks.
Learn about the thriving dirty panties market.
Tomorrow is Letterman's last night.
Authorities have seized Pirate Bay's two highest profile domains.
The Daily Word in how to procure Manson's body for that exhibit that will make you millions, when it's time to call the FBI and Burque's petroglyphs dump.
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Feb 10 2015 12:34 PM ]
Folks won't stop using the petroglyphs area as a dump.
Crazy Espanola principal called FBI on student who threw an American flag out a window.
Charles Manson's fiancé may have tried to marry him in order to eventually procure Manson's body for a Mao-style glass case exhibit.
Other personal stories in addition to his helicopter crash tale told by Brian Williams over the years are now in question.
Florida business owners and patrons may be legally required to have trans customers use the male or female bathroom in accordance with the gender on that person's driver's license.
Twin fetuses-in-fetu were discovered in Hong Kong.
Dominik Strauss-Kahn, disgraced former IMF chief, "didn't have time" for the number of orgies he is accused of participating in.
The Daily Word in how to spell "Santa Fe", the revenge porn king is going to jail and Randy Quaid has a new message for everyone
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Feb 3 2015 11:59 AM ]
There was a SWAT standoff in NW Albuquerque last night.
"The Bachelor", which takes place in Santa Fe this season, misspelled the city's name onscreen last night.
An abandoned, city-owned downtown house has become a popular squat for some homeless folks.
New Randy Quaid rant features the cracked actor screwing Rupert Murdoch.
A vegan restaurant in Australia got into trouble when the owner refused on ethical grounds to eradicate a roach infestation.
Harper Lee's second novel is set to be published more than fifty years after To Kill a Mockingbird came out.
"Revenge porn king" Kevin Bollaert was convicted of numerous crimes yesterday.
In other court news, black market drug website Silk Road's founder was apparently scammed by a fake Hell's Angels hit man.
Albuquerque residents Deerhoof have some tour-diet advice for you.
The Daily Word in the Harwood Art Center, addictive marijuana and a sad dog
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Jan 6 2015 4:09 PM ]
Here is a great reason to always wear your seat belt.
The alleged Jeffrey Epstein prostitution ring has a New Mexico connection.
Christopher Cook was arrested early this morning and is suspected to be the man who shot an APD officer last weekend.
There is some kind of major transformation about to take place on Mountain Road NW.
There are indications in Colorado that marijuana can be physically addicting.
Rather than marry any same-sex couples 14 counties in Florida simply stopped marrying anyone at all.
The Daily Word in a toddler killed a woman in Walmart with her own concealed-carry gun
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Dec 30 2014 2:43 PM ]
You got problems? These comics have PROBLEMS.
New Mexico's antiquated liquor sales restrictions may loosen up some more.
Would eliminating cheap booze reduce the incidence of DWI?
TLC Driving School finally (not really) explains why they closed without notice.
Looks as though parts of the missing Air Asia plane and some bodies of passengers have been recovered.
A toddler shot and killed a woman in a Walmart. The questions this raises about America and gun safety would seem too large to ignore–but I bet we'll have no problem ignoring them anyway.
If you aren't familiar with Hip Hop Family Tree Comics, start with this week's Boing Boing installment, then gorge on archives or buy a copy. Ed Piskor's comic has become something I greatly anticipate every week.
The Daily Word in "credibly accused clergy," mushrooms are murder and hard times befall Dickens World
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Dec 16 2014 12:43 PM ]
Knockouts bouncers arrested over beating of patron.
Some cops in Roswell bought a dad baby formula rather than arrest him for shoplifting.
Gallup Catholic diocese has released a "credibly accused" list of clergy.
These Jimmy Kimmell-John Krasinski Christmas pranks are pretty funny.
"I'd like a cup of coffee and your most feral adoptable cat please."
Theme park "Dicken's World" has, ironically, fallen on hard times. Something Billy Childish can tell us about.
In true Jesus fashion, a naked man burned down a church.
Hollywood producer Aaron Sorkin is pissed at the media reporting on the Sony hack.
My favorite cocktail party factoid, that mushrooms are more animal than plant, just got bolstered.
The Daily Word in no social security benefits for Nazis, an HBO Johnny Tapia documentary and outrageous details of torture
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Dec 9 2014 3:17 PM ]
The color of the year has been announced.
APD released another image of the man suspected of shooting my favorite 7-11 clerk this past weekend.
A former Nazi charged for his involvement in an infamous WWII massacre in France appears to be off the hook.
In other Nazi-related news, Congress has passed a law that will prevent former Nazis from recieving social security benefits.
All those allegations of torture and cruelty against terrorism suspects in the hands of Americans and their minions turn out to be true and worse than previously alleged according to a report just released.
A private company is winnowing the field of candidates for a one-way mission to Mars.
Check out Boing Boing's gift guide.
Afghanistan just harvested enough opium to equal 90 percent of the world's supply.
The Daily Word in Charles Manson does not have a gift registry -or does he?
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Dec 2 2014 1:26 PM ]
It's true. The Pit is now deliciously called the WisePies Arena.
APD fired the officer that shot Mary Hawkes sans lapel camera footage.
The unidentified, phantom shooter in ABQ's SE Heights yesterday has caused an elementary school to be staffed by "extra security."
Today a fairly eloquent, top-hatted man came into the alibi offices and made his stance known vis a vis Albuquerque's ordinance against feeding pigeons. How do alibi readers feel? How do you guess the top-hatted man feels?
Charles Manson is engaged. Charles Manson does not have a wedding registry.
UK porn production will be stifled by this recent outlawing of acts.
Maurice Sendak's estate is in the hands of a former caretaker who either has his best interests in mind or is limiting accessibility to his effects and art collection.
The Reagan-era ban on homosexual men donating blood may soon be over.
Here is a six hour long video of The Count reciting pi to 10,000.
Turns out, Mingus couldn't work without the cat shit.
The Daily Word in riots in Ferguson again, Kim Jong-Un's trouser snake and Kirk Cameron
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Nov 25 2014 2:40 PM ]
The little Mexican boy with the huge tumor had one third of it removed in Albuquerque!
This woman's attempt at framing an APD cop for sexual assault failed.
The news that Ferguson, MO officer Darren Wilson would not be facing criminal charges brought protesters out to Albuquerque's Central Avenue.
Conflicting and inconsistent testimony is the likely reason Darren Wilson was not indicted in the shooting of Michael Brown.
Here is a summary of Darren Wilson's testimony about the shooting.
The NRA has an argument for keeping toy guns real-looking. It is stupid.
Kirk Cameron is in the news for something stupid again.
Behold The Morbid Anatomy Museum!
Kim Jong-Un has gotten very fat and supposedly has E.D.
Check out this 5,500 year old stone-age axe, with wooden handle, that was discovered in Denmark.
And now for an incredibly offensive WWII Bugs Bunny propaganda cartoon!
The Daily Word in reforming the NSA, the demise of America's small-town local police and removing a large tumor from a little boy
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Nov 18 2014 3:42 PM ]
The little Mexican boy with a huge tumor is finally going to have it removed in New Mexico.
Chaco Canyon is among a number of National Parks set to increase visitor's fees.
A schoolteacher and her boyfriend are missing after the small plane they were flying went down somewhere in the San Juan National Forest.
Westminster, Massachusetts may become a completely tobacco-free town.
1950's FATE magazine cover art gallery is rad.
America is losing it's small-town police forces.
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