V.22 No.28 |
The Daily Word in creepy gun technology, fudged water samples and an arroyo fail
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Jul 16 2013 8:52 AM ]
An Albuquerque arroyo was washed down an arroyo yesterday
Ruidoso water treatment plant employees manipulated water samples before testing.
Santa Fe is initiating a pilot program that will place qualifying addicts in treatment rather than in jail when they are arrested.
You may now purchase a rifle with the same "lock-on-target" capabilities as jet fighters. If you have to ask, you can't afford it.
Zeta cartel leader "#40" Miguel Morales was busted. He is a number. He is not a free man.
The source was Betty Humpter, yet this TV station ran these supposed names of the Asiana Flight 214 pilots anyway.
"He was weird."
Japanese schoolgirl and boy demonstrate the many uses for this exoskeleton suit.
Another case of Transient Global Amnesia.
V.19 No.38 |
The Daily Word 09.23.10: Bedbugs, rich people, Joaquin Phoenix
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Sep 23 2010 9:51 AM ]
Rescue crews can't find a man pulled into a turbulent arroyo.
A meteor above Burque.
Some health care reform starts today.
Santa Fe's got bedbugs. And so does Albuquerque.
Sure. Blame it on a mockumentary, Joaquin Phoenix.
Blockbuster is dying. Netflix wins.
Ay. "The party of stop."
Obama asks Arab nations for peace.
Fancy people put booze in their fruit, too. (Not so much Everclear, though.)
A new dinosaur. Maybe even better than stegosaurus.
The richest people got 8 percent richer this year. What recession? Oh wait ...
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