V.22 No.19 |
The Daily Word in high flying, Benghazi Benghazi Benghazi, and goats riding horses
By Ty Bannerman [ Wed May 15 2013 9:29 AM ]
Summer is here and it's time to jump in the water. Free swim lessons for low-income kids!
Unlicensed pilot busted at Double Eagle for flying too high. Or something. I'm not sure how to make this joke actually. He had a plane full of pot, is what I'm trying to say.
Under Susana Martinez, the New Mexico Environment Department isn't so worried about New Mexico's environment. Here's one more example.
Another U.S. Army official whose job is to stop sexual assault has been charged with sexual assault.
The media doesn't think the Obama administration's assault on civil liberties is so minor when it's happening to them.
Maybe those Benghazi emails were doctored?
And finally, visit Newfoundland. Because of this goat riding on a horse.
V.21 No.46 |
The Daily Word in bombings, shootings and food
By Margaret Wright [ Wed Nov 21 2012 10:20 AM ]
Tel-Aviv bus bombing.
What might the conflict in Gaza have to do with Iran?
The Fourth Street mall is not a "thriving urban environment."
Hector Camacho was shot in Puerto Rico.
The White House turns down requests to release photographs taken the night of attacks in Benghazi.
A DEA agent says he was told not to go after drug perps in white neighborhoods.
The future of a mainstreamed UFC.
"All Hail the Sweet Potato."
"All Hail Calculated Risk."
Bourbon marshmallows like whoa.
Brace yourself for the next (food-based) financial market bubble.
Grupo Bimbo wants to ease your Twinkie anxiety.
Happy birthday, René Magritte!
Russian government claims that a YouTube shutdown was the result of technical difficulties.
A rebel group in the Democratic Republic of Congo is threatening to overthrow the president.
Flaming Lips radio special this weekend.
Frogbelly and Symphony • Modus Operandi • alternative, punk at Duke City Sound Stage
Auditions at South Broadway Cultural Center
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