V.21 No.49 |
The Daily Word in twin mistresses, crazy lunch lady, Ikea monkey
By E.J. Maliskas [ Mon Dec 10 2012 9:12 AM ]
Winter is here, New Mexico.
A U.S. drone strike has reportedly killed a senior Al Qaeda leader near the Afghan border.
An undercover APD officer says he nabbed a father soliciting a prostitute who had left his 3 small children alone in a cold car in a motel parking lot.
Chinese police chief fired after being accused of keeping twin sisters as mistresses.
Lobos achieve a 10-0 record after beating Valparaiso. The final score was 65-52 and Alford's pack forced 23 turnovers.
Woman accused of attempting to rob a Wells Fargo on Montgomery is now in federal custody.
Australian DJs "gutted, shattered and heartbroken" over aftermath of their prank call to Kate's hospital.
Mexican singer Jenni Rivera died along with 6 others after the crash of a small plane.
Apple Maps isn't just annoying, it's downright dangerous.
Gun found in a package of frozen meat at a grocery store in Roswell.
Canadian lunch lady accused of assaulting a group of students.
The internet sensation that is the Ikea Monkey.
V.21 No.46 |
The Daily Word in MacAfee, Pabst, Twinkies and WTF am I going to do with all these Coyote Pelts?
By Geoffrey Plant [ Sat Nov 17 2012 4:20 PM ]
Owner of the Los Lunas gun store sponsoring coyote hunt may give the resulting pelts to the homeless.
The Rio Grande Sun actually used the headline "Man Shot in Drug deal Gone Bad."
The Ten Commandments monument finally unveiled in OK City has spelling errors.
You have virtually no digital privacy/rights.
This woman died because Irish law allows NO abortion.
These Israeli soldiers look like they're on a Banana Republic catalog shoot.
More on Facebook's page reach limiting.
IKEA furniture was made by East German forced Labor.
There's a Bond exhibit going up at the D.C. spy Museum.
On this day in 1938, Gordon Lightfoot was born, ensuring that he would be around to write the song Canada's grocery stores play every minute of every hour of the day forever and ever.
V.21 No.47 | 11/22/2012
The Daily Word in baby rhino, Hostess closing and suspicious coin
By B.L. Brennan [ Fri Nov 16 2012 10:45 AM ]
Apparently LiLo had no idea that she now has a half sister.
How exactly do you get a giant tree to Rockefeller center?
Ikea apologizes after previous forced labor charges resurface.
What would we do without the internet?
The reviews are in for Breaking dawn part 2.
Sandoval County voters lash out over election day mess ups.
“Suspicious coin” causes great concern.
NM Land Commissioner bans coyote killing contest that would have taken place on state land.
V.21 No.39 |
The Daily Word in Chinese hackers, faithful coyotes, super bright comets
By E.J. Maliskas [ Mon Oct 1 2012 9:22 AM ]
Washington confirms that White House computers were breached by Chinese hackers.
Boy Scouts of America to release their reports of found pedophiles to police.
That pesky asbestos just keeps coming up.
Which states get the most taxpayer money?
Board of Regents will hopefully reveal tonight why NMSU's president unexpectedly went on leave last week.
New comet discovered near Saturn may turn out to be among the brightest in history, possibly even outshining the moon in 2013.
Mirrors on easels look beautiful in the desert.
New study suggests that urban coyotes are 100% monogomous.
IKEA expresses regret over erasing women from catalogs shipped to Saudi Arabia.
V.21 No.33 |
The Daily Word in RNC hurricanes, gun shopping and communal grief
By Margaret Wright [ Wed Aug 22 2012 8:58 AM ]
"Profound geopolitical uncertainty" following the death of Ethiopian prime minister.
"Guns 'R Us."
Hurricane Isaac could hit Florida during the Republican National Convention...
...Where Gov. Martinez is slated to be a "primetime" speaker.
Intensifying violence in Damascus.
D.C. neighborhood mourns the passing of homeless man.
Johnny Tapia's wife is set to hold a press conference today regarding the cause of his death.
Gary Johnson still struggling to get on the presidential ballot in every state.
Does ethnicity affect the quality of your sleep?
Ikea as surreal retreat in Beijing.
The science of mammalian shake-drying.
Ancient underwater treasure.
V.21 No.16 |
The Daily Word in deep breathing, P.R. problems and losing your appetite
By Margaret Wright [ Wed Apr 25 2012 9:35 AM ]
The American Lung Association says Santa Fe is the safest place to breathe.
Foothills area command chief reprimanded after sending an email blaming APD officer-involved shootings on schools, parents, the court system and victims, among others.
Top Pentagon leadership demands major shake-up over anti-Islam military training materials.
Bahrain hires a professed Saddam Hussein admirer to help repair its latest image problems.
Arguments begin today before the Supreme Court over the constitutionality of Arizona’s S.B. 1070, enacted to root out illegal immigrants in the state. Mitt Romney may be among the people eager to avoid the issue.
Newt Gingrich says he's willing to “be honest about what’s happening in the real world.” (Pundits predict he’ll be out of the G.O.P primary race by this time next week.)
Another sign the general election is in full swing: the president guest stars on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon.
Opposition to broadly-worded surveillance legislation gains momentum.
The U.S.D.A. would like to offer its assurance that only cows need to be worried about the latest case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy.
Suuuure, lady, you may look content as you sip a beer and read a book, spooning up your minestrone all by yourself. We know that you’re really just doing a good job of masking your humiliation and sorrow.
Videogame editor declares the work of cutting-edge noodle designer “stunning.”
Customers in the Middle East will be the first to enjoy the “chicken gem”- and “special sauce”-riddled results of Pizza Hut’s crust-stuffing craze.
Speaking of gems, notorious media mogul Rupert Murdoch was full of them this morning as he testified in British court.
New Ikea camera has added benefit of being easy to smash by younger consumers who don’t know what a viewfinder is.
V.19 No.14 | 4/8/2010
Exciting New Retailer
By Jessica Cassyle Carr [ Tue Mar 30 2010 5:08 PM ]
Two weeks ago Summer and I went to the mall to shop for dresses. While viewing the map pictured at right, and realizing there is no Dillard’s at Coronado Mall, I noticed that a couple of the mall’s department stores are vacant. The empty spaces are filled with a vague tease that reads “Exciting New Retailer Coming Soon.” What exciting new retailer do you think it will be? How I wish Albuquerque had a Nordstrom, but if I got to pick any store I would choose Ikea.
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