Feature: Film Guide
Mummies, Moses and Middle-Earth
Alibi Holiday Film Guide 2014
The Daily Word in dead pigs, hobbit holes and Duplos.
A deadly marine killed two.
Crime didn’t pay for some crafty bank burglars.
Mathmatics of mosh pit motion mimics molecular movement.
Why must there always be dicks in video games?
An airship club that might have existed continues to puzzle scholars. (Warning: long story.)
Until someone does this with Duplos, you’ll have to make do with hidden Lego photographs.
I feel sorry for those 16,000 dead Chinese pigs.
I want a hobbit house bonsai tree.
Thieves stole the battery and tires from a crashed vehicle with the victim inside it.
They shoot horses, don’t they?
Happy birthday William Shatner.
The Daily Word in news-choppers, ACME products, bedbugs, and The Residents
This Santa Fe kid may be in big trouble.
Rio Rancho has planning problems.
The guy who invented the news-chopper died.
There is a new Residents box set. Ten of them. $100,000 each.
Warner Brothers Cartoons ACME catalog!
Bedbugs in the library books.
There will be an inquest into the death of the Australian nurse who put the fake call through to the Duchess of Cambridge.
The image quality in the new Hobbit film is too good.
The Daily Word in Syrian ceasefire, Hurricane Sandy and WikiLeaks
A funeral home sent a family their loved one’s brain in a bag. Court says they can’t sue.
Maximum sentence for a driver who killed a cyclist in January: 90 days in jail, $300 fine.
Syrian army agrees to a ceasefire from Friday to Monday.
Hurricane Sandy is heading our way.
WikiLeaks is releasing the U.S. policies on detaining people in camps and GitMo. The website hacked them from the DOD.
Chinese artist Ai Weiwei goes Gangnam style.
Why it’s so hard to fire a police officer.
Bullied teen throws herself in front of a train.
7-year-old girl writes an opera.
Legalizing marijuana is on the ballot in Washington, Colorado and Oregon.
Rape is rape, says the president.
Don’t worry about convicted sex offenders this Halloween. They’ve got a curfew.
Last-minute DIY Halloween costumes.
Nirvana, the Broadway musical.
The Daily Word in Ron Paul winning and Gary Johnson the Libertarian
North Korea's Kim Jong Un may share power with his uncle.
Gary Johnson to leave the Republican party and run for president as a Libertarian.
Veteran calls Newt Gingrich a "Fucking Asshole" at an Iowa grocery store campaign stop.
Fire damages a Heights stripmall.
Canada may have found a vaccine to prevent AIDS.
People are starting to freak out about Ron Paul winning.
A man thought to be a John Wayne Gacy victim found alive and well in Oregon.
US Chamber of Commerce was hacked.
Wendy's is about to overtake Burger King to become the second-largest fast food chain in terms of sales.
Surgeon removes a pen from a woman's stomach 25 years after she swallowed it.
Bored? Lonely? Unemployable? The Emergency Hall and Oates Line is here to help with whatever is ailing you.
Six steps to achieve your 2012 resolutions.
Bill Murray didn't care for the script to Ghostbusters 3.
Top 10 creepiest Santa Clauses.
The unexplained mysteries of 2011.
The most expensive apartment in Manhattan sold for $88 million to a 22-year-old.
How to Make It in America, Hung and Bored to Death all cancelled by HBO.
The Daily Word, starring Robert Gibbs, Lady Gaga and Randy Quaid.
A deadly Egyptian cobra is loose in the Bronx Zoo.
Facebook may hire Robert Gibbs, Obama’s former press secretary.
Teens get sad when they can’t tell Facebook is full of phoneys.
Scientists have created an amazing plastic from fruit fibers and this is the last you will ever hear of it.
Learn how to write a Manifesto and read some that others have written.
All animals are tasty in a city under siege.
Urine-boiled eggs are also tasty, but the recipe is hard to read.
Hear the song “Star Whackers” by Randy Quaid.
See the Colorado UFO.
A misunderstanding caused Tolkein to reject Maurice Sendak’s Hobbit illustrations.
There were almost some snakes on a plane.
There’s a magazine for the gay military.
Share in the scientific passion for severed heads.
DCF reports on crippling new developments in the Lead/Coal Construction.
Something might finally happen with the Anasazi building.
Albuquerque may get a new nudie bar.
A drunk driver hit five people in a parking lot at 4770 Montgomery (Graham Central Station?) yesterday.
Take Ben Radford’s Chupa Challenge for a quick $250.
Happy birthday, Lady Gaga.
Thanks to Geoffrey Anjou and Tom Nayder for today’s un-boring links.