V.24 No.42 | 10/15/2015
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Lab Coats and Beer Goggles
Saturday, Oct 24: Science of Beer
By Ty Bannerman [ Wed Oct 21 2015 5:00 PM ]
An evening of engaging talks and activities about the science and history of beer.
V.24 No.40 | 10/01/2015
Peruse the Brews
Saturday, Oct 10: 6th Annual New Mexico Brew Fest
By Desiree Garcia [ Thu Oct 8 2015 4:00 PM ]
Celebrate New Mexico's thriving craft beer industry.
V.23 No.48 |
The Daily Word In Chocolate Chip Cookie Hair Ties, Pomeranian Elvis And Coca-Cola Milk.
By Amelia Olson [ Wed Dec 3 2014 11:36 AM ]
Our kids are dancing! They’re dancing and focusing and doing their chores! Hallelujah!
Here, let Tony Blair show you how to pose gracefully for a Christmas card.
A former UPS employee is suing the company for allegedly firing her for being pregnant.
Science says alcohol gives us energy and we’ve probably been drinking it for millions of years! Cheers!
Coca-Cola will soon sell milk! And by the looks of their advertisements, that milk is going to be sexy! LOL. LOL. LOL.
This Pomeranian dressed like Elvis understands life better than any of us ever will.
Japan-based company makes realistic looking, creepy food jewelry. We want the spaghetti necklace, banana hair clip and chocolate chip cookie hair tie!
Save nudity and “pornography” for Coca-Cola milk products, Florida!
V.23 No.27 | 7/3/2014
The Daily Word in name tags, necrophilia and North Korea.
By Carl Petersen [ Mon Jun 30 2014 11:25 AM ]
North Korea fired two missiles at Seth Rogan and James Franco.
Rest in peace, Bobby Womack.
They got Tyler’s name tag wrong at Taco John’s.
The Nanny from Hell is packing her bags.
Will you see a UFO tonight?
Congratulations on your latest statistical victory, New Mexico.
There’s a fire in the Jemez.
A woman claims she was blackmailed by an APD officer.
An Albuquerque woman called her boyfriend 77,000 times in one week?
Happy birthday, Terry Funk.
Susan Petersen, thank you for the links!
V.21 No.46 | 11/15/2012
The Spirits of Autumn
Three drinks to sip as temperatures drop
By Greg Mays
The icy, frosted cocktails of summer take a back seat to heartier liquors in the fall as we seek the warmth of our fireplaces and some drinkable companions for our holiday turkeys and hams.
V.21 No.44 | 11/1/2012
The Daily Word in Hurricane Sandy, Gary Glitter and Prince.
By Nick Brown [ Tue Oct 30 2012 11:00 AM ]
Hurricane Sandy is deadly.
Watch Sandy blow down trees. “Oh, my gosh.”
A brief overview of cars Obama has owned.
There actually are things you don’t know about Prince.
The pastor was killed with a guitar.
The toughest bridge in the world. (Thanks, Tom!)
Gary Glitter is in trouble again.
Natalie Dylan is selling her virginity.
Tom Hanks: slam poet.
Axyl Rose talked on TV.
A park stabbing at 3rd and I-40.
A man stole some Toys for Tots money.
Hazmat in Doña Ana County.
Happy Birthday, Henry Winkler.
Thanks for the help, Tom Nayder and Constance Moss!
V.20 No.43 | 10/27/2011
7 p.m. Slump
And you thought Four Loko was a bad idea ...
By Sam Adams [ Wed Oct 26 2011 7:00 PM ]
It’s getting late. Been a long day. Getting ready to leave the office. Guess I should check my inbox to see if any last minute suicide threats have come in from my freelancers ... OK, all good on that front. Time to go. Wait— what’s this! NutLiquor?!? What in f*@^’s name is NutLiquor? Sounds like something you find in a Silo cup on a bedside table after a frat party. Sounds like— I digress ...
Turns out it’s peant butter-flavored vodka. Tagline: “Like Drinking the Inside of a Peanut Butter Cup at 69 Proof!” Hmm. Yum! I’m sold. Just cancelled my trick-or-treating plans, in fact. I’ll be cozying up to a nice NutLiquor highball this Halloween. How about you?
V.20 No.35 |
The Daily Word in newspapers, cop-sex, and JSOC
By Geoffrey Plant [ Sat Sep 3 2011 2:49 PM ]
Vote for the best animated T.V. theme.
"Alcohol doesn't make you behave badly, it just stops you from caring...."
Two major Beijing newspapers suddenly have a new "publisher:" the Propaganda Bureau.
There is no safer place to invest your money than print media, according to... The Onion.
Ten enduring myths about the U.S. space program.
New Mexico State Police cop caught copulating on car in front of canine has been fired.
Update on the New Mexico based Lone Ranger film shoot that is on hold.
Excellent Washington Post article about the recent exponential growth of JSOC, the United States' "secret army."
Berlusconi calls Italy "Shitaly." OK, he only said "shitty," but that's his cross to bear.
On this day in 1967 Sweden switched from driving on the left to driving on the right.
V.20 No.12 |
The Daily Word: Earthquake in Myanmar, jet fuel, sperm from scratch
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Mar 24 2011 9:10 AM ]
7.0 earthquake hits Myanmar.
Jet fuel from Kirtland leaks into a neighborhood.
UNM proposes 8 percent tuition hike.
Lobo Village dorms to allow alcohol, but planners never mentioned it to the City Council.
Gov. Martinez is not done on the driver's license issue.
Scientists grew sperm from scratch outside the body.
Without serotonin, male mice lose their preference for females.
In 2009, Gaddafi demanded energy companies from around the world help him cover his bill for acts of terrorism.
Palestinian missiles getting closer to urban areas near Tel Aviv.
An interview with the clowns of ICP.
V.19 No.46 | 11/18/2010
A Mother’s Plea
By Carolyn Carlson
Tears flowed down the face of Sylvia Fuentes as she spoke to the City Council at the Monday, Nov. 15 meeting. She begged councilors to take a hard look at police training and the culture behind 2010’s steady pace of officer-involved shootings. She talked about those victims who were mentally ill and not criminals firing weapons at officers.
V.19 No.45 | 11/11/2010
Green-thinking recovery center gets its motor running—but still needs fuel
By Sam Adams
Jesse was far from home last winter, detoxing at a rehab facility in in the Midwest. The 23-year-old recovering addict returned to New Mexico to take up residence at the Endorphin Power Company. At the transitional living facility, exercise helps addicts kick their habits, replacing the euphoria of drugs with endorphins.
V.19 No.5 | 2/4/2010
What’s the Best Beer Ever Made That I Can Afford?
By Edith P. Giblets [ Mon Feb 1 2010 12:13 PM ]
Sorting through my bags of fan mail, one thing’s become clear: You’re all very invested in how my move to the Heights is going. Swimmingly, thank you public. Lots of painting, and then wrapping up packing, then painting.
Which means beer.
Husband was kind enough to grab a 12-pack of black label Session beer, which is made by Full Sail. It is so-so tasting and almost always on sale. Now, since I didn’t buy it, it’s free, which makes it awesome. But, I’m bored of it. I want more hoppy deliciousness. Or lager-y. Or malty. Whatever. What is the best beer ever made? $18-a-pint ales made from the tears of Russian orphans, while always a favorite, do not count. Under $10 a six-pack, Internet contributors.
Annual Winter Solstice Concert at First United Methodist Church
Bach Violin Concerto in A minor, Cantata BWV 151, a selection of beautiful Renaissance motets of the season and recent music from Irsee Monastery in Bavaria.
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