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V.25 No.36 | 09/08/2016

The Daily Word in Renewable Energy, Sex For the Elderly and the End of Days

The Daily Word

A Michigan State University scholar has found that having sex when you're a senior is good for the ladies, but not so much for the men.

Archaeologists found some disturbing shit: Footless children buried at an ancient temple site in Peru.

Want to protect your brain from the effects of aging? Take some B12, dummy.

So, Costa Rica has gone over two months running completely on renewable energy. That's the sound of the game changing.

Rather than plead guilty to an assault charge (a move that would have let him walk away free with time served), a Texas man decided to fight his accusers (including a handful of police officers who were at the scene) and prove his innocence. He got a 40 year sentence.

A Russian river has turned blood red. It's the End of Days! The drooling idiot God, poised for all of history at the Gate of Time (where seven padlocks on seven chains have held him for a millennia) is loosed upon the earth. Goodbye, all my stuff.

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News

The Daily Word in deep space voyaging, fact checking and finger pointing

The Daily Word

On this date in 1977, Voyager 1 was launched. Soon it will reach interstellar space...

Dems, too, are skilled in the art of rhetorical gymnastics.

Top aide to Gov. Susana Martinez says a recording that includes troubling statements about his use of state email was aired without context and is "intentionally misleading."

Seriously though, a typo could derail the new minimum wage proposal.

Afghan military purges hundreds of soldiers in an attempt to respond to dozens of so-called "insider attacks" on international service members, most of them American.

Editor and writer Tom Engelhardt calls this violence "death by ally," and says that "such acts in such numbers are historically unprecedented."

U.S. Justice Dept. calls out B.P.'s bad behavior.

A strong earthquake in Costa Rica prompts tsunami warnings.

Gary Johnson's ballot access travails.

Chuck Norris is super stressed out in his airy home-dojo, on the potential eve of the end of the world as we know it.

"I often have to cut into the brain and it's something I hate doing."

Early Hitchcock films for free.

Slipped up sleight of hand.

Happy birthday to moonstruck Caspar Friedrich.

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NEWS

The Daily Word in the NM film industry, voter fraud, a shriner car accident and Costa Rican red light cameras

The Daily Word

In Costa Rica, the burden is on the driver to check if they've been cited by a red light camera.

The Department of Homeland Security has a pre-crime program that is reminiscent of Philip K. Dick's "Minority Report."

Oldest running car in the world sold for 4.2 million. It runs on coal.

Photo gallery of vintage Soviet cars, including the Zaz, which appears to be driving in reverse all the time.

Gallery of hand-painted Russian film posters.

Fatal Shriner car accident.

Short documentary on the Occupy Wall Street community.

Meanwhile, some participants in Occupy Albuquerque are being accused of spitting on people....

The state of the New Mexico film industry.

A woman in Texas is upset not just because she was arrested, handcuffed and possibly having a heart attack but also because the cop refused to turn off Rush Limbaugh's radio show in his cruiser.

Ohio Amish "hair and beard attacks."

Five myths about voter fraud.

Steve Jobs liked L.S.D.

On this day in 1973, Elvis and Priscilla Presley's divorce was finalized.

Elvis and his bullet-proof corset.