V.22 No.46 | 11/14/2013
The Daily Word in The Onion, Atheist Churches and Sunday Mail Delivery
By Carl Petersen [ Mon Nov 11 2013 10:52 AM ]
The US Postal Service made a deal with Amazon for Sunday mail delivery.
Typhoon Haiyan killed 10,000 people.
On this day, the end of WWI.
Atheist churches are the new trend. I don’t know if you have to dress up.
Biologists removed an arrow from a deer’s head, much to the chagrin of geologists.
Enjoy these old-timey prostitute photos.
Somebody bought a bunch of Carl Sagan tapes at a thrift store.
Jason Kerns’ seven-hour police standoff closed down the freeway Friday night.
Sipapu will open for skiing next Saturday.
Happy birthday Marshall Crenshaw.
V.20 No.37 |
The Daily Word in look-a-likes, female PMs and
Plus, a planet with two suns!
By Summer Olsson [ Fri Sep 16 2011 10:26 AM ]
Denmark just elected its first female prime minister.
Stud Finder, by xkcd.
DNA test being done to see if Santa Fe mom's son is really a missing boy from 2000.
Florida cable guy exposes himself and masturbates in client's living room, police say.
Meet some Stanford genius hackers and code writers.
China's buying up gold, perhaps to weaken the U.S. dollar.
Can this tiny college in the Catskills annihilate the economy?
Texas inmate receives stay of execution from the Supreme Court because testimony at his trial may have been racist.
Scientists discover the first planet that is definitely orbiting two stars.
The changing face of atheism.
V.19 No.12 |
DayBird - March 25th
By Geoffrey Anjou [ Thu Mar 25 2010 6:57 PM ]
1306 - Robert the Bruce crowned king of Scotland.
1811 – Percy Bysshe Shelley is expelled from the University of Oxford for publishing the pamphlet The Necessity of Atheism.
1911 – Jack Ruby, killer of Lee Harvey Oswald (d. 1967) He was convicted of the murder November 24, 1963. He shot Oswald two days after Osie was arrested for the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. He successfully appealed the conviction and death sentence, but died of lung cancer before his next trial. At least that is what “they" say. The truth is out there.
1913 - Home of vaudeville, Palace Theatre, opens in New York.
1918- Howard Cosell, American sports journalist. (d. 1995)
1966 - Beatles pose with mutilated dolls & butchered meat for the cover of the "Yesterday & Today" album. It was later pulled when it became known the “meat” was real butchered babies.
22nd Annual César Chávez Day Celebration at National Hispanic Cultural Center
Featuring a march, a family fiesta with children's activities, community awards, exhibits, food and live performances.
Gruet Winery Tour at Gruet Winery
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