V.23 No.52 | 12/25/2014
The Daily Word in KISS, Creed and cryptids.
By Constance Moss & Carl Petersen [ Mon Dec 22 2014 12:06 PM ]
A Texas plumber's work truck ended up in the hands of ISIS, and he has no idea how.
The best part of waking up is Kiss’ Paul Stanley in your cup.
A runaway bin lorry caused multiple fatalities in Glasgow.
A driver in France also mowed down several pedestrians in the town of Dijon.
In more uplifiting French news, research shows champagne bubbles may be cause for celebration.
The former singer of Creed lost his marbles a while back and has yet to regain them.
Pope Francis' Christmas speech to the Vatican Clergy was not all warm and fuzzy.
George W. the painter tries to get the nose right.
Review the year in bigfoot sightings.
Me hungover? You hungover.
Songbirds can sense tornadoes in time to get the heck away.
A South Valley rehab center is under Norovirus quarantine.
When you shoplift an axe you become and axe-wielding shoplifter.
Don’t hold your breath on that downtown ice-skating rink.
Happy birthday, Barbara Billingsley.
V.22 No.22 |
The Daily Word in China's fire, the Chavez case and bites on the buttocks
By Mark Lopez [ Mon Jun 3 2013 10:08 AM ]
You have the right to remain silent, now take this cotton swab and swirl it around your mouth for a spell.
Michael Douglas says that you can get throat cancer from an STD. Who'd have thought?
A fire at a poultry plant in Dehui, China kills 119 and injures 50.
Three storm chasers killed in Oklahoma; among them was veteran storm chaser Tim Samaras.
After a lengthy SWAT standoff, police have arrested a father and son in connection with the murder of 8-year-old Sunni Reza.
New Mexico fire crews hope to have two fires (Pecos and Tres Lagunas) fully contained by the end of Monday.
The Levi Chavez trial breaks ground almost six years after the shooting of his wife, Tera Chavez.
Tonight, we say "NO!" to fireworks!
Man arrested for aggravated battery after biting his wife's butt.
V.22 No.20 |
The Daily Word in transgender rights, twisters in the US and an arrested "Worm"
By Mark Lopez [ Mon May 20 2013 10:13 AM ]
Weather experts warn that more devastating weather can be expected on Monday after tornadoes ripped through the U.S. from Texas all the way to Minnesota on Sunday, May 19.
Yahoo buys Tumblr, promises not to "screw it up."
Kim case adds focus to how the feds probed a working journalist.
Miranda Pacheco, who killed a bicyclist three years ago, is in jail again for reckless driving.
DEA claims that marketing heroin to teens is making Albuquerque's drug problems worse.
Protest to take place on Monday morning for Damian Garcia, a transgender student at St. Pius High School, over which cap and gown he will wear on graduation day.
"Worm" arrested for alleged assault and throwing a rival's moped into the ocean ...
V.21 No.15 |
The Daily Word in Tina Fey the dog, 100 tornadoes, plunger-wielding robber.
By E.J. Maliskas [ Mon Apr 16 2012 9:33 AM ]
Rabies affecting Carlsbad cat program.
More than 100 tornadoes hit across the plains in 24 hours.
Westminster Dog Show Best in Breed goes to ... Tina Fey!
This video of a Corgi being vacuumed is so cute I just might throw up.
Police say this New York man tried to rob three different banks armed with a plunger.
Traveling group of Scottish bagpipers and drummers get booted and towed outside of their own show in downtown Albuquerque.
If you're going to rob a thrift store, you may as well look fabulous doing it.
Indie animator Bill Plympton does super quirky Simpson's opening.
It's about time for bacon (no, not Kevin) to have its own reality show.
Two words: Nun strippers.
Friggin' awesome storm chaser photos.
Do big-box stores incite hate groups?
Don't forget about the brontosaurus, he still deserves your love.
The arctic brings about worldwide military activity as rising temperatures open up new resources, sea lanes and potential conflicts.
V.20 No.17 |
The Daily Word 4.29.11
Morocco cafe bomb, dolphin podcast, Superman's citizenship
By Summer Olsson [ Fri Apr 29 2011 9:56 AM ]
Terrorist attack shreds a Morrocan cafe.
Meteorologists showed live footage of tornadoes approaching.
New regulations aimed at food marketing to help reign in childhood obesity.
Del Norte high school football coach popped for second DWI.
Nearly half a million dollars misused around an NHCC fresco causes scandal.
Hilarious minor differences illuminated by The Oatmeal.
Some researchers say dolphins are too smart for captivity.
Kia Motors recalls cars whose gas tanks fall off.
Malfunction delays space shuttle launch.
National Institutes of Health get favorable ruling on stem cell research.
V.20 No.18 | 5/5/2011
The tornado survivors
By Kaylee Drinville, fearless intern [ Thu Apr 28 2011 5:08 PM ]
The stories of human endurance, luck, and neighbor helping neighbor continue to pour in following the series of tornadoes and severe thunderstorms in the Southeast United States.
In St. Elmo, Tenn., one family barely avoided a terrible accident. A tree from their front yard smashed through the house into the bedroom of their 10-year-old son, Robert. The tree landed in the very spot the boy's bunk bed had been just a week earlier. The family says they were blessed.
One University of Alabama student, Adam Melton, told of his harrowing experience. A tornado hit his house, lifting it and a Jeep up into the air. The Jeep flew over his head, and then hit Adam and landed on top of him. He stayed under it until the storm passed. When he got out from underneath the vehicle, the house was completely gone.
In an Alabama suburb, one line was repeated constantly as people walked the debris strewn streets, "Alberta is gone. I've lost everything."
A Facebook page has been set up for important papers and photographs lost in the destruction. People are posting images of found objects so they can be claimed.
This storm system has caused the deaths of more than 250 people. Experts and residents alike have called this cluster of 100-plus tornadoes the worst since 1974, the year of a “super outbreak" that killed 350 people.
V.20 No.15 | 4/14/2011
The Daily Word on Nicolas Cage, Javier Bardem and man throw rock bus.
By Nick Brown [ Mon Apr 18 2011 10:03 AM ]
Deadly tornadoes hit the South.
Celebrate Tax Day by mocking unfunny tax cartoons.
Here's a recipe for spicy sardine gravy.
Here are some recipes with weed.
Some people have evil thoughts.
Though our language is dying I shall not speak to you.
Wake up, sleepy kitty!
It looks like Javier Bardem will play the Gunslinger.
Watch some ABQ MTV.
Listen to these groovy playlists.
Fear the Wisconsin Man-Bat.
Funny Borders' employees comment on their impending demise.
Ha ha. Man throw rock bus.
Let's look at the new KOAT mugshots.
Albuquerque bumperstickers are listed on DCF.
Happy birthday, Hayley Mills. Laura Marrich was just singing this in editorial meeting last week.
Special thanks to Tom Nayder, Geoffrey Anjou, Robert Masterson, Stewart Mason and a host of others for the funny and/or cool links.
V.19 No.12 | 3/25/2010
The Daily Word 3.29.10 - Tornadoes, Subway Blast, Terence Hill.
By Nick Brown [ Mon Mar 29 2010 9:53 AM ]
Obama says the war in Afghanistan is essential.
A suicide blast in Moscow’s subway kills 37.
Tornadoes whip across the Southern U.S.
The bee population continues to dwindle.
Look at these ugly prostitutes.
Screenwriter J. D. Shapiro issued an apology for writing the screenplay for Battlefield Earth.
The Japanese open fire on pterosaurs.
Behold the Egyptian doorway to the afterlife.
Could the X-Woman be a yeti?
Watch people pretend to be afraid of the Grudge Girl.
There was a deadly car smash at Menaul and Ambassador.
Learn about serial car thief Jeffrey Brasher.
The Democratic Party calls for Commissioner Michael Weiner’s resignation for sending a racist email.
It’s Terence Hill’s birthday. Here he is dishing out bitch slap in My Name is Nobody, which I watched yesterday, oddly enough. It’s a weird and not very good movie available for instant watching on Netflix.
Falling on the Bright Side at Bookworks
A reading and signing with writer Michael Gray.
Scotch 101 at Fat Squirrel Pub & Grille
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