V.23 No.26 |
The Daily Word in air quality, teacher evaluations, mayoral performance and Hitler's moves
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Jul 1 2014 12:40 PM ]
It is now illegal to text while driving in the state of New Mexico.
Hannah Skandera says there is flexibility in how New Mexico teacher evaluations affect teacher pay.
The "cannibal cop" had his conviction overturned.
The Supreme Court found that Hobby Lobby may assert its religious values on employees by refusing to cover birth control under their insurance plan.
Here is a large collection of stupid GOP quotes about rape.
Soon "tiger selfies" will be illegal in New York.
Kim Jung Sexy Beast Ek (for short) has the longest name in Sweden.
It's time for Netflix's annual movie dump.
V.22 No.46 |
The Daily Word in traffic-stop mom details, bitcoins, Rob Ford's war and -no kidding- Walmart is asking for donations to help their impoverished employees
Today Albuquerque decides whether to ban late-term abortions
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Nov 19 2013 9:11 AM ]
Taos District Attorney says the New Mexico State Trooper who shot at the traffic-stop mom won't face criminal charges.
Local home movie footage of JFK's 1962 visit to Albuquerque.
UNM has doubled the cost of parking at Lobo games.
The DEA says a Pagosa Springs businessman with ties to Albuquerque is suspected (but not accused) of laundering significant amounts of drug money through his hot springs resort.
Walmart has provided donation boxes in Walmart stores to raise money to help Walmart employees in need over the holidays.
"Selfie" is the Oxford Dictionary word of the year.
Not all Swedes can piss in Jagger's mouth.
The best. James Brown. Interview. EVER.
The Daily Word in the postal service, Van Damme's split and New Mexico immigration
By Mark Lopez [ Fri Nov 15 2013 11:15 AM ]
Mr. Ford can't fight the fever … “to lose some powers” has gotta be rough.
Police have identified the passenger who fell from a small plane that was flying over the Atlantic.
Patsy Davis' body was exhumed from her frontyard after her husband lost a court battle to keep her in her wanted resting place.
The postal service lost $5 billion this past year.
An abortion protester named Rives Grogan was arrested yesterday for shouting at people near Zimmerman Library about religion and abortion. He's being charged with disorderly conduct and public nuisance. And that's not counting his Veterans Day stunt.
Today is the last day for early voting in the special election. The election itself happens on Nov. 19.
US attorneys have prosecuted 5,999 people for immigration offenses in New Mexico so far this year, the fastest rise among the country's 94 judicial districts.
And you thought you could do the splits?
V.22 No.44 |
The Daily Word in a hantavirus death, outlaws suing Dillards and why would anyone move into the Love Canal neighborhood!?
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Nov 5 2013 8:42 AM ]
First fatal Hantavirus case of 2013 in New Mexico.
The FBI may investigate the Ventana Ranch neighbor vs neighbor shooting that was captured on video by an APD helicopter.
Some think local police officers need heavier weapons.
Video: collision of two planes carrying skydivers.
Mayor of Toronto, known drunk and alleged crackhead Rob Ford is the most fascinating news story on the continent right now. UPDATE: In a surprise news conference two hours after this post, the Mayor of Toronto admitted to smoking crack cocaine.
The US Supreme Court declined to hear a case concerning Oklahoma's restrictive abortion law, meaning some medical procedures are again available to women in that state.
3-D maps in 2-D are neat looking.
Cal Schenkel, creator of many Straight/Bizarre record (Zappa's labels) covers has an awesome website with stuff for sale.
V.22 No.30 |
The Daily Word in big oil, big buckets, big mushrooms and big magnets
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Jul 30 2013 8:43 AM ]
Let's hear it for storm ponds!
More people in Albuquerque walk to work than ride the bus to work!?
Moody's downgraded Santa Fe's bond rating.
This cell phone video of Toronto police shooting/
An oil company is causing a huge leaky mess in Alberta.
Are you on board with the Zimmerman Rescue Truthers?
Big ass KFC bucket appears in yard.
Big huge electromagnet travels from New York to Illinois.
Monstrously large mushroom found in China.
A woman was arrested in connection to the Washington D.C. monument paint-splatterings.
V.22 No.21 |
The Daily Word in the sewer baby, a successful Crackstarter campaign and an exploding house
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue May 28 2013 9:58 AM ]
New Mexico is spending two million dollars to attract Chicagoan tourists.
Everyone had a great time on the Butte this past weekend.
Sometimes kids eat their parents' medical marijuana.
Santa Fean Charles Kokesh was already in some trouble, but now he is also accused of trying to trade ivory for money and guns.
A house BLEW UP in Rio Rancho on Memorial Day.
A newborn baby was rescued from a sewer pipe in China.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford remains grossly unpopular, is losing staff and still denying that a video purporting to picture him on the pipe exists. Meanwhile, Gawker's "Crackstarter" campaign has reached it's $200,000 goal, the price of the Rob Ford/crack video.
The Mayor of Osaka said something offensive again.
The new DSM is out and hoarding is now officially an illness.
Want to avoid crowds? Don't climb Mount Everest right now.
Impressive, thick fog in Sydney, Australia.
V.20 No.31 | 8/4/2011
courtesy of Buck 65
Canadian rapper discusses day jobs, pretty hip-hop songs and his love of Albuquerque
By Summer Olsson
Buck 65 has created hip-hop music under the mainstream radar for more than two decades. Originally from Mount Uniacke, Nova Scotia, he taught himself to rap and DJ, then started recording in his bedroom. He’s earned a reputation for disregarding genre limitations. Buck 65, whose given name is Richard Terfry, raps over violins, collaborates with female vocalists in French, makes whole verses by cutting in single-word samples with turntables and does pretty much anything else he wants to. His new album, 20 Odd Years, is a tribute and testament to his life in music so far. Its 12 tracks, many of which were co-written and recorded with different collaborators, have snappy beats and smart lyrics. They also have lovely melodies, nods to multiple styles and equal parts of melancholy reflection and playful quirkiness. The Alibi called Terfry at his home in Toronto, during a few days off in the middle of his tour.
V.20 No.25 |
The Daily Word 6.26.11: Ai Weiwei released; Bunchofuckingoofs book; don't take your two-year-old to Hooters
By Geoffrey and Reina Plant [ Sun Jun 26 2011 12:31 PM ]
Female Beiber look-alike sings about what it's like to be a female Beiber look-alike.
French seagull steals video cam and documents a seagull's flight.
Horsebic. NO idea wtf is going on here, but if it's your thing there is contact info.
"I didn't think it would be weird to take the kids to Hooters...."
Gallery of stupid family pet portraits.
Here's s chart of global cocaine prices. Retail.
Dissident Hu Jia got out today.
V.20 No.1 |
The Daily Word 1.9.11
Tucson massacre, Colorado's new governor, Justice Dept. supboenas Wikileaks twitter acct, the toilet of the future
By Geoffrey Plant [ Sun Jan 9 2011 8:38 AM ]
Latest on Gabrielle Giffords' shooting.
Giffords talks about rhetoric of violence during 2010 political campaign and the Palin crosshairs map
Palin crosshairs map with Giffords' district in sights.
Check out Colorado's eccentric incoming governor.
Everyone must visit Mootopia and tickle the cow.
Wikileaks Twitter account info has been subpoenaed by the Justice Dept. There's a subpoena joke in there somewhere.
Meet Blue Andy Rooney
Meet the Queen of Amphetamines, making a personal appearance in the U.S.
Meet Toronto's $400,000 automated public pay toilet!
N.Z. Farmer dies trying to rescue lamb from sewage pond.
Seattle Seahawks player runs 67 yards for game upset touchdown vs. New Orleans Saints on Saturday.
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