A Myth, Hatched
The Daily Word in Pussy Riot, excessive force, presidential brosefs
Pussy Riot gets two years for speaking out against Putin.
Several articles on the Washington Post today are pissed off at President Obama. Here’s one of them.
Between Obama, Romney, Biden and Ryan, Who’s the biggest bro?
Eastdale softball rules!
If you’re a cop who likes beating people, tasing them and stepping on their head when they’re trying to surrender, a warrant wouldn’t hurt.
Hatch wins a green chile battle.
Baldwin on fracking.
From Amish to rodeo.
People who can’t spell vs. Islam.
Ow! ... just ow. (may be NSFW)
Speaking of assholes, we all know that Kobe Bryant is one. So is his wife.
Gustavo Arellano video interview in Hatch, N.M.
Two summers ago, I rendezvoused with The Mexican at Crazy Melva's Pepper Pot in Hatch. I was there for green chile for the freezer from Chile Express and Biad. Gustavo Arellano was there for the Chile Festival, in search of stories for his book. We broke tortillas over chile, I green he red. Here is an edited video of that historic lunch.
Down the Hatch
Las Cruces High School mariachis, chile eating contests and a chile queen coronation—put them together, and you've got a whole lot of small-town Southern New Mexico charm. The Hatch Chile Festival turns 38 on Saturday and Sunday at the Hatch Municipal Airport (due south on I-25, then one mile west of Hatch on Hwy. 26). Admission is $10 per carload, and don't forget to bring a cooler for all that roasted green stuff.
The Daily Word in drunk mayors, bronies and the universe bubble
Yesterday's tornado in Albuquerque was actually a landspout.
Virginia Tech says there's a gunman on campus. In 2007, a shooter killed 33 people at the school.
The mayor of Sunland Park near Las Cruces says he was drunk when he signed those nine contracts.
Construction near University and Coal is going to get worse.
The ACLU wants to make sure we're not being tracked by the police through our cell phones.
NRA files lawsuit to stop a rule that requires gun shops to report the purchase of more than one semi-automatic. The rule would be lifted in border states, such as New Mexico.
First chile harvest is in from Hatch.
The world's first text messages from 1890.
Fox News hosts don't criticize Sarah Palin because she's their coworker.
Adult men who like My Little Pony are called bronies.
The golden oldies of a gen-Xer.
Maybe our universe is in a bubble of space and time, and other universes are, too.
Writer finds out how easy it is to buy a gun from a stranger in Portland.
The ultimate food taboo.
The Daily Word 03.02.11: Charlie Sheen, Rio Rancho Red Light Cameras, 3-D Porn
House passes interim budget bill, averts government shutdown for another two weeks.
Red light cameras coming to Rio Rancho.
US arrests 678 gang members across the country yesterday.
Sen. Orrin Hatch: (Obamacare is a) "stupid, dumbass program."
Mike Huckabee: (Obama) "grew up in Kenya with a Kenyan father"
The Ohio senate is calling an unborn child as a witness in an upcoming abortion bill hearing. NOT CREEPY AT ALL!
How will the whole Charlie Sheen thing end?
Rutgers allows men and women to share the same dormroom.
New potatoes are being bred to make better potato chips.
Did you ever hear the story about the lifeboat at the end of the world?
Japanese researchers have created a genetically engineered mouse that tweets like a bird.
Newly discovered dinosaur had the most powerful kick ever.
Japanese Burger King's are selling an egg-topped hamburger.
Watch the hummus commercial where where a grandmother calls her granddaughter a prostitute.
Gallery of the least intimidating pictures of Ice Cube.
Who owns the rights to Betty Boop?
Quinten Tarantino has finished writing his spaghetti Western.
Penthouse announces 3-D porn channel for Europe.
Google goes to war against content farms.