V.22 No.34 |
The Daily Word in Coca-Cola's vault, Bernalillo same-sex hearing and "sex boxes" in Switzerland
The United States and Britain team up to show Syria's government that when you “cross a line” (referring to a gas attack that killed at least 355 people, though some reports have stated the death toll was over 1,000), the world is going to get involved.
Police in Spokane, Wash., have arrested a second teenage suspect in the fatal beating of 88-year-old Delbert Belton, who was a WWII veteran.
After being found guilty last week for the Fort Hood shooting spree four years ago, the sentencing phase of Maj. Nidal Hasan's trial starts today.
There's a Coca-Cola vault? I want to go to there.
In preparation for a hearing this afternoon on same-sex marriage, Bernalillo County Clerk Maggie Toulouse Oliver has printed 1,000 same-sex marriage licenses.
Kids at Joy Junction learn how to capture their wishes and dreams with a camera via the Pictures of Hope program.
Mayor Richard Berry's office initiates the "Equity in Pay Task Force," aimed at closing the wage gap between men and women.
For those who find themselves taking long drives and suddenly getting the urge to have sex, Zurich, Switzerland now has “sex boxes” where people can drive up and give it a go. It's also safer for the prostitutes.
And now, the big question: Do we really want to see a John Lennon clone?
V.21 No.16 |
The Daily Word: solo circumnavigation of the Americas; Nugent backlash continues; goodbye Chuck Colson
Santa Fe animal shelter took in a 39 pound cat.
ARMY cancels Nugent performance. In other Nuge news, did you know Meatloaf and Derek St. James sang most of his famous songs?
"Painter of Light" Thomas Kinkade estate brouhaha.
Brace yourself for Lisa Gail Allred's "music."
The FBI wants us all to visit a website in order to find out if our computers have a virus.
Matt Rutherford has returned to Annapolis, MD after an unprecedented solo circumnavigation of the Americas.
Secret police surveillance from communist Czechoslovakia.
Why some children's books are no longer on Britain's library shelves.
V.19 No.18 |
The Daily Word 05.07.10: The Pill, Chinglish, Genitals
This Sunday (Mother's Day) marks the 50th anniversary of The Pill. Hells, yeah.
Here's Loretta Lynn singing her more than excellent 1975 song "The Pill."
And hormonal contraceptives for men are on the way. Your turn to gain 10 pounds, fellas! Yay equality!
In Britain, Conservatives best Labour and Liberal Dems at polls. Something about coalitions. The Queen.
Giant metal box lowered to try to stem oil leak in the Gulf. Robots will help. No word on Bruce Willis' involvement.
Translations gone committed to insane castle: Signs in Chinglish.
What the hell, Greece?
The good news: APS board decides not to ban a book. The bad news: They were talking about the possibility of banning books.
Airport screener repeatedly teased about size of genitals after full-body scans beats the crap out of a co-worker.
Drama erupts after five kids who wore American flags shirts to school on Cinco de Mayo were sent home.
It's Tad from "All My Children"'s birthday.
The Bounce Bus Tour: Will Sparks • Joel Fletcher • Timmy Trumpet • electronic at Historic El Rey Theater
Amateur Telescope Making/Maintenance at Manzano Mesa Multigenerational Center
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