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V.26 No.7 | 02/16/2017

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The Daily Word in tiny Trump videos, Shia LaBouef makes a wrong turn in Albuquerque on way from New York to L.A. and the light punishment for running over bicyclists in the Duke City

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Woman does cartwheels instead of sobriety test, fails.

A local motorist who seriously injured two bicyclists has been sentenced to probation, providing restitution and community service.

Vandals struck the wall where Shia LaBouef's increasingly famous art installation is located, near 7th and Central in downtown ABQ.

Homeland security, local police departments and ICE are about to launch a serious increase in deportations.

Milo Yiannopolus has resigned from Bretibart.com and is threatening to form his own media company which will soon be the only company that will publish anything he says.

Four Americans died in a dramatic plane crash in Melbourne, Australia.

The only thing funnier than the "tiny Trump" meme is the "tiny Trump" video meme.

V.26 No.5 | 02/02/2017

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The Daily Word in more Trump horse sheet, legalizing cannabis in New Mexico and a meteor

Just one meteor but a dandy one

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While unlikely to happen soon, legal recreational cannabis use is closer than ever to becoming reality in New Mexico.

Fat lady who fell in comical fashion while riding a scooter and shopping for gallons of soda pop in a Walmart is speaking out about how everyone is laughing at her and it isn't funny.

President Trump wants you to know that there are thousands of terrorist attacks killing innocent midwest farmers and average Euro Svens news of which is being suppressed by evil media companies. Like Weekly Alibi, for instance. We could have reported on the briefcase nuke that destroyed UNM's Valencia campus, but rah rah terrorism (raspberry sound).

There isn't any actual skateboarding but still, this Russian skater is pretty damn high up in the air on the edge of a skyscraper, uh ... with his skateboard.

A spectacular meteor zoomed across a pile of states and part of Canada Monday morning.

Finally we may rest assured that huge amounts of LSD will not "fry" your brain and turn it into swiss cheese on a stale Trisket. You might develop a mental problem tho but that's different.

Let us all—all of us adults—enjoy Alistair Crowley's completely obscene 666 word poem about his girlfriend, who, in a tamer moment, he once compared to a hoover vacuum.

Here for your further enjoyment or, maybe, just to induce uncontrollable rage, is every tweet Trump has tweeted in the time he has had the POTUS Twitter account!

V.26 No.4 | 01/26/2017

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The Daily Word in Trump's orders, local fallout and ketamine grocery shopping

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The President's Muslim travel ban directly affects 110 UNM students.

Milo Yiannopoulus left a bad taste in everyone's mouth after he and his crew visited a local restaurant.

There's been a spate of threats to local Jewish centers in ABQ.

Vice has a very detailed running list of President Trump's executive orders and proposed law.

This google generated dream-filtered supermarket trip is a fair representation of what the world looked like when I was given intravenous ketamine for ten days last year.

Daimler is the latest company to make a deal with Uber for self-driving cars.

V.26 No.3 | 01/19/2017

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The Daily Word in the new fascism, Taos avalanches and homicidal psychopaths

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There is an avalanche warning in the Taos area.

Santa Fe art collective Meow Wolf is working on a gigantic new installation, "The House of Eternal Return".

As many as 1 in 4 men in the United States have HPV.

The Trump administration claims the Donald's tweet about millions of illegal aliens voting illegally in the recent election is based on "evidence".

This teenage girl self-identifies as a "homicidal psychopath".

The Trump administration has eliminated spanish language options on the White House website.

President Trump has sided with Big Oil by green lighting the controversial Dakota Pipeline.

When your new pair of Adidas shoes is worn out, they simply decompose when put in water.

V.26 No.1 | 01/05/2017

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The Daily Word in skirting questions, Montreal muffin fires and Paul Krassner's The Realist

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There's a new charter school in downtown Albuquerque, Siembra Leadership High School.

Victoria Martens' autopsy for your perusal.

Lotsa bodies buried in the high desert.

This guy is accused of trying to burn down his local Walmart.

Russian interference in US elections? Watch future Attorney General Jeff Sessions masterfully skirt the question.

The US Senate published a damning report on Backpage.com yesterday.

Highway muff fire in Montreal.

If you haven't heard of Paul Krassner and his publication The Realist, you're welcome.

V.25 No.49 | 12/08/2016

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The Daily Word in the return of the DOJ and the debut of the "burgito"

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New Mexico's lottery scholarship is set to shrink.

Levi Chavez was denied his request for law officer recertification.

Department of Justice is looking into allegations APD altered or deleted police body cam videos.

South Korea's president has been impeached.

Scary mall Santas of yore.

American soccer fans that emulate British football fans.

Austria has finally announced its word of the year.

What New Mexicans have long known as a tortilla burger is making its Park Slope debut under the awkward moniker "burgito".

V.25 No.48 | 12/01/2016

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The Daily word in privilege, time-wasting and a new branch in the Albuquerque/Bernalillo County library system

The Duke City is opening a new library branch where the Caravan East nightclub has been oh these many years.

Yar, here be the suspect in a string of suspicious fires that afflicted several businesses in Albuquerque.

Is Prime Minister Dmitri Medvedev asleep? Russians want to know.

British politicians will be exempt from the scrutiny of their country's new "Investigative Powers Act" which will collect data en masse from "ordinary" Brits.

Niagara Falls has a new, balls-to-the-wall, LED powered illumination that turns the whole place into a DMT fairy mound made of violent water. Wow.

Utah drivers suck.

It's official. Serial killers are out. Individuals with a bunch guns and less than an hour are in.

In local weather, Sunday, December Fourth will be a beautiful day for a yard sale. Especially in the Mountain Road/Harwood area, they say.


V.25 No.47 | 11/24/2016

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The Daily Word in Gotham the Hudson River whale, influential fake news and Florence Henderson

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Suspicious devices were found at three Albuquerque Starbucks locations.

Thanksgiving Day thieves robbed a church of its tabernacle.

Did Russian media outlets serve Trump's campaign by promoting particular fake-news stories?

Elton John is not playing Donald Trump's inauguration.

Check out this great collection of chola portraits from the'70s and '80s.

One whale was euthanized off Long Island this week while another whale has taken up residence in the Hudson River.

Winter weather is adding a sinister bent to oil pipeline protests in South Dakota.

Florence Henderson died at age 82.

V.25 No.46 | 11/17/2016

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the Daily Word in Trump's cabinet appointments, a new APD scandal and A$AP Yams' mom

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A petition has been circulated by some UNM professors asking that UNM protect undocumented students from deportation.

Former records officer at APD claims he was ordered to destroy, withhold or alter records in several high profile cases including the Mary Hawkes and James Boyd shootings.

Yes, Virginia, there is going to be a penguins exhibit at ABQ Biopark.

A 14 year-old cancer patient won the right to be cryogenically frozen in hopes she will be cured one day.

In case it escaped your attention, Trump's presidential campaign was attended and post-campaign events are increasingly attended by confederate flag waving.

Trump has appointed three conservatives—all of whom have made off-color or rascist remarks— to key cabinet positions.

A$AP Yams' mom has some clear-headed things to say about drug laws, opiate use and acetaminophen.

Our culture's legal drug, alcohol, should be ingested in low quantities. Good luck with that, everyone.


V.25 No.45 | 11/10/2016

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The Daily Word in post election America

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APS sent a letter home with schoolchildren in hopes of quelling kids' fear of a President-Elect Trump and his promise to deport undocumented immigrants.

Trees along Central await their sentence.

There have been a number of rascist post-election incidents across the country.

Mirroring events around the country, a UNM student wearing a hijab was harassed by a fellow student wearing a Trump shirt.

VICE has a roundup of shootings during election week.

Serb nationalists a celebrating Trump's victory.

The KKK is thrilled with Trump's victory.

Three states approved the use of recreational marijuana on Tuesday.


V.25 No.44 | 11/03/2016

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The Daily Word in a "graffiti mass" at San Felipe de Neri, WisePies pays up and Jim Bakker says God says Donald Trump will be President

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Albuquerque woman believes she has a rare condition called Stendhal Syndrome which causes her to experience nausea, panic and confusion when looking at beautiful works of art.

Troubled local restaurant chain WisePies Pizza and Salad made a payment to UNM this week and says they will honor the agreement that renamed The Pit "WisePies Arena".

Old Town's historic San Felipe de Neri church was tagged by vandals during mass this morning.

Illustrating the meaning of irony for a generation of school kids, Melania Trump announced that her signature issue as First Lady would be the fight against cyber bullying.

God told Jim Bakker and his team of evangelicals that Donald Trump will be the next President of the United States.

President Vladmir Putin has granted actor Steven Seagal Russian citizenship.

The rarest pasta in the world is made by just a few women in the ancient town of Nuoro, on the Italian island of Sardinia.

Two Chris Christie aides face steep sentences after being convicted on all counts in the New Jersey "Bridgegate" case.

A recall was announced for another exploding Samsung product.

A never-marketed, synthetic opioid invented by American company Upjohn—and illegally manufactured in China for the black market—is being blamed for the deaths of two Utah teens.

V.25 No.43 | 10/27/2016

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The Daily Word in a renewed FBI investigation into Hilary Clinton's emails, a lusty bisexual vicar and the UNM Duck Pond Challenge

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The Moriarty High School coach accused of having sex with students has been fired.

Forget the cinnamon challenge, planking and whatnot and get with the "UNM Duck Pond Challenge".

There is a public memorial for Victoria Martens, the Albuquerque girl who was brutally murdered earlier this year.

Citing emails that have just come to their attention, the FBI has reopened its investigation into Hilary Clinton's use of a private email server.

Experts say multitasking isn't really a possible human skill, as evidenced by this topless, wine-drinking girl who lost control of her car while taking selfies. And ran into a police car. On the other hand maybe that defines multitasking.

Check out these jack o lanterns carved in the likeness of Dio, Captain Beefheart, MCA and others.

Did the original Trump fortune come from a successful family-run brothel?

I can't improve on this headline: Bisexual Church of England Vicar Sacked over orgies and prostitutes after wife exposes his double life.

V.25 No.42 | 10/20/2016

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The Daily Word in dams, birthdays and dam birthdays

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VP hopeful Mike Pence visited the Duke City today. Then, he split.

Isleta Pueblo and the Federal Government have resolved a long standing dispute over a dam on pueblo land.

Happy Birthday Lux Interior (RIP)!

Happy Birthday ... Elephant Butte Dam! The dam was the largest concrete structure in the world when completed in 1916.

A major hack affected users of Twitter, Netflix and other popular websites.


Donald Trump cannot tell a joke. Probably can't dance, act or sing either so there go his vaudeville dreams.

There is a new bike lock that emits a chemical that causes vomiting if it is cut.

The British government is granting automatic pardons—no need to apply—to men convicted of criminal homosexuality.

V.25 No.41 | 10/13/2016

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The Daily Word in sausage, mistrials and Bob Dylan's prize

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Local news station KOAT has an au currant web redesign!

A motorist found himself drawing his firearm on Wednesday evening when some people supposedly protesting a mistrial in the James Boyd case started messing with his truck.

We are all waiting to hear why a motorist sped his car to upwards of 100mph as he approached the dead-end on 1st Street in Belen, NM and then, launching off a small dirt embankment, jumped three trains. Experts agree it was a carefully not thought out escapade.

Further sausage party reports include an item about this Afrikaner who fell off a boat full of sausage and into shark infested waters. Where the man tried to eat a gull.

Rolling Stone Magazine, in this writer's opinion, has the most entertaining take on Bob Dylan's being awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature.

Rush Limbaugh's defense of Donald Trump's thing about "consensual sex". Not for the faint of heart.

On a related, "it's a conspiracy", note. The very existence of the porn sub-genre "cream pie" may be the result of a conspiracy! No, really.

Back in the day Saddam Hussein owned a fancy-pants NYC townhouse across the street from a bunch of fancy-pants. Hussein's may have had some added features.

V.25 No.40 | 10/06/2016

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The Daily Word in overhyped scary clowns in Hobbs, discouraging scary clowns in Roswell and most likely no scary clowns at all in Vaughn.

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The family of local attorney Mary Han is continuing their fight over her official cause of death in the appeals courts.

Roswell police are asking residents to not dress up as clowns this Halloween while Hobbs police are asking that folks not call in fake scary clown sightings.

The CEO of Backpage.com was arrested on sex trafficking charges.

Facebook is planning to launch an app that will provide low-income and rural Americans "free" access to portions of the internet.

Meet an artist who paints pictures of Sears stores across the country.

There's a steel border fence going up between Norway and Russia.

Bentley car owners now have the option of home-service refueling.

Interesting history of the "Stranger Things" font, Benguiat, via Boing Boing.

 

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