V.22 No.41 | 10/10/2013
The Daily Word in Killer Bees, Krokodil and Lesus.
By Carl Petersen [ Fri Oct 11 2013 11:24 AM ]
There’s an oil spill in North Dakota.
Krokodil hits the Midwest.
A Costa Rican kidney-trafficking ring is exposed.
Rest in peace, Maria De Villota.
Why are we always conducting military drills near North Korea?
Ha ha. The Russians had a better space pen.
Read about Hitler’s Furies.
“Beam me up, Scotty,” is a lie.
Behold the world’s largest rubber ducky.
Enough with the killer bees.
There actually are cooler cars than a Toyota Yaris.
A fire truck was in a crash at I-40 and Carlisle.
A bus driver is a accused of sending an awkward and profane text to a mother.
V.22 No.30 |
The Daily Word in beer can houses, busted child pornography rings and online auctions
By Mark Lopez [ Mon Jul 29 2013 10:51 AM ]
Pope Francis declares that homosexuals shouldn't be marginalized or judged.
A recent study shows the top food choking hazards for children. Hint: Don't be giving them no hard candy.
In a major sweep, FBI arrest 150 pimps and rescue 105 children in a massive child prostitution ring.
Bill expected to pass which would create better interest rates on student loans, but it's not without its critics.
Officials estimate that the damage is up to $1 million after a severe storm hit Burque on Friday.
Going once! Going twice! Get your New Mexican unclaimed items right here!
19-year-old Justin Covey, who was reported missing yesterday, has been found by Albuquerque police and returned to his parents.
Austin has the Cathedral of Junk. Houston has a house covered in beer cans.
V.22 No.11 |
The Daily Word in MWC semifinals, suing drunk-driver, fossil fuel alternatives
By E.J. Maliskas [ Fri Mar 15 2013 9:19 AM ]
The Vatican formally rejects accusations against Pope Francis.
The Lobos take on San Diego State tonight in the Mountain West Conference semifinals.
Filmmaker Michael Moore's suggestion that photos be released of children slain at Sandy Hook has not been received well by the community.
A man convicted of driving drunk and killing two sisters in Santa Fe is suing the restaurants who gave him the drinks and the friend who handed him the keys.
Uranium cleanup, aisle five!
Obama to promote $2 billion fund for research into fossil fuel alternatives.
A man in California is about to be adopted at the age of 32.
This video of a quadriplegic man playing the piano beautifully might make you cry.
V.22 No.6 |
The Daily Word in gun control, papal possibilities and the thigh gap
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Feb 12 2013 8:51 AM ]
Governor Martinez is backing a bill that would require background checks for gun show purchases.
There is a public information meeting about the Paseo Del Norte/I-25 project.
How Arnold Schwarzenegger enjoyed Carnaval.
There was an emergency alert issued in Montana yesterday.
Things are getting less salty.
The thigh gap.
Did North Korea just blow up a nuclear bomb?
The fugitive LAPD cop may have gotten out of the country.
V.21 No.39 |
The Daily Word in Insane Clown Posse, Iggy and The Stooges, The Thing With Two Heads, and The Army.
Why Tylenol bottles are so hard to open
By Geoffrey Plant [ Sat Sep 29 2012 9:41 AM ]
Someone is passing counterfeit hundies in Deming.
Gary Johnson continues to fight for inclusion in the presidential debates.
The Vatican calls the recently discovered Jesus-wife papyrus a fake.
Sam the Record Man died last week.
Thirty years ago the first Compact Discs were released.
"They didn't have volunteers stepping up and saying yeah, I'll breathe zinc cadmium sulfide with radioactive particles."
The latest on Insane Clown Posse's suit against the FBI.
This man may have killed his girlfriend because she woke him up in the middle of the night.
Most awesome movie death-scene in the entire history of cinema.
It's the thirtieth anniversary of the Tylenol murders.
V.20 No.46 |
The Daily Word in football, ScarJo and the Vatican
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Nov 17 2011 9:01 AM ]
UNM hires ex-Notre Dame coach Bob Davie to be Lobo football's new boss.
APD fires belly-bumping officers who kicked a suspect in the head on video.
The toast sandwich is two pieces of bread around a slice of toast. It's the 150-year-old brainchild of Victorian food writer Mrs. Beeton.
Art? Or stalking 14-year-old girls?
Avoid penile cancer by abstaining from bestiality.
Sexuality as a force for good.
Mom of Sandusky's adopted son has concerns.
Clothing company folds under Vatican pressure and removes an ad showing the pope kissing an imam.
Google's getting into the music store biz. But there's no Prince. And no Zeppelin.
Katy Perry's Milli Vanilli flute fail.
Norwegians raise a viking ship using viking tools.
Is ScarJo a beard?
Some places in the world remain untouched by Facebook.
V.20 No.33 | 8/18/2011
So Long, Vatican!
By Devin D. O’Leary [ Tue Aug 16 2011 12:25 PM ]
In case you didn’t know (and until a few minutes ago, I sure didn’t), the Vatican will cease to exist in right around 11 hours (as of this writing). A little history: Back in 1917, The Blessed Virgin Mary appeared to three shepherd children in Portugal. She hung out with them for six months and allegedly imparted to them a series of prophecies known as “The Three Secrets of Fatima.” Over the years, the secrets were revealed by one of the children, Lúcia Santos. The first “secret” was that there’s a place called Hell and it’s full of people on fire. (OK, not so much of a secret.) The second secret was that Russia should embrace Communion, and if they don’t there will be a Second World War. (There was, of course, but I don’t know how much it had to do with Russia’s rejection of Catholicism.) The third secret was allegedly revealed in 2000. It contained a bunch of gobbledygook about angels, flaming swords, soldiers and some kind of “cork-tree.” The church said it was a dead-on prediction about the failed assassination attempt on Pope John Paul II. The third secret has always been somewhat controversial, however, with a lot of Fatima believers saying that the Holy See covered up the real secret, which probably had something to do with the apostasy of the Vatican. Sure enough, The Fatima Movement has all sorts of fun info on how the Catholic Church is now entirely Satanic and engaged in a massive cover-up. According to the text of Lúcia’s “real” third secret, the Vatican will be destroyed sometime tonight unless the cornerstone of St. Peter’s Tomb is removed and transferred to Portugal, so that country can serve as the new seat of the Catholic Church. So far, the Vatican hasn’t announced any sort of move, so it’s looking like a goner. While you wait for the fireworks, scroll down the web page for The Fatima Movement and you’ll get all sorts of awesome Pope-hating rhetoric, including “Vatican II: Mass Destruction” T-shirts, badly Photoshopped pics with mushroom clouds hovering over Rome and a countdown clock to the destruction of the Vatican!
V.20 No.2 |
The Daily Word 01.19.11: Backpack Bomb, Grave Robber, Stuxnet Worm
By Tom Nayder [ Wed Jan 19 2011 9:28 AM ]
There is surveillance video of the Tuscon attack.
Governor Martinez gave her State of the State address yesterday.
Backpack bomb found on MLK Day Parade route.
Irish researchers uncover Vatican edict to hide crimes by pedophile priests.
When was the last time you were Hannitized?
Holy crap! Apple earned $26 billion (!) last quarter.
Probably not a good idea to record a video of your two-year-old getting high.
Grave robber uncovers the lost tomb of Caligula.
Regis Philbin announces his retirement.
Jerk college student pays $14,000 tuition bill in singles. That'll show the old ladies who work in the finance office!
Three guesses who created the Stuxnet Worm.
Two of the largest porn BitTorrent trackers are shut down.
The five most annoying types of email signatures.
V.19 No.25 | 6/24/2010
Vatican Endorses Jake and Elwood’s Mission From God
By Devin D. O’Leary [ Thu Jun 17 2010 1:47 PM ]
We all know the 1980 film The Blues Brothers is one of the most awesome comedies of all time. But now it’s got God’s seal of approval. Just in time for the film’s 30th anniversary, the Vatican’s official newspaper L’Osservatore Romano has dubbed The Blues Brothers a “Catholic classic.” That makes it recommended viewing for all Catholics. True, Jake and Elwood are on “a mission from God” to reunite their band and keep the orphanage they grew up in from bankruptcy, but the film isn’t dogmatic in any notable sense. With the Papal stamp of approval, however, the film joins a list of dozens more observably religious features such as The Ten Commandments, Jesus of Nazareth, It’s a Wonderful Life, Joan of Arc and Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ.
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