V.22 No.49 | 12/5/2013
Jason and the Anglophiles
“Atlantis” on BBC America
A shameless mashup of “Hercules: The Legendary Journeys” and “Game of Thrones” comes to the boob tube.
V.20 No.29 |
The Daily Word in rain, beer and tall women
Atlantis touches down.
Russians declare the era of the Soyuz.
First spacesuits sewn by women who made bras for Platex.
ACLU sues secretary of state for failing to reveal evidence of 37 immigrants she says voted illegally.
Corrales couple wins $200,000 off the lotto.
Ghost of a ghost town all that remains after Bland burns up in Las Conchas fire.
Hit songs written at expensive writing camps, hit factories.
You may be able to trap creatures again in New Mexico.
Russia finally admits beer is alcohol.
What's a calorie?
You're so vain … creative people, says this study.
Tall women get cancer more.
V.20 No.28 | 7/14/2011
The Last Shuttle
NASA promises this is not the end of human space travel
The final space shuttle mission, STS-135, marks the end of NASA's 30-year program, which began in 1981 with Columbia. Despite predictions that weather conditions would force a cancellation, an estimated 1 million visitors and 2,000 members of worldwide media looked on with awe.
V.20 No.8 | 2/24/2011
The Daily Word containing equal parts Owsley, Japan, hipster traps, dinosaurs, DST, Julia Roberts and Albert Einstein.
Here's some crazy tsunami footage.
And there's a volcano.
And there’s radiation.
Because life is unfair, the destruction in Japan may lead to lower gas prices in the United States.
Iran uses Children-of-the-Corn-style baby soldiers for crowd suppression.
Scientists have either discovered Atlantis or Spain.
Someone is setting hipster traps in New York. Police suspect a hipster is to blame.
Cheerful people die faster than the rest of us.
Daylight saving time can be bad for you.
Madonna has a stalker. A time traveler from the ‘80s, most likely.
Here are some crappy yearbook photos.
Watch the trailer for the new X-Men movie.
A Mexican man has 82 Julia Roberts tattoos.
New facts about the world’s oldest profession (being a dinosaur.)
Uh, oh. Steve Vai shreds.
How to freeze water the freaky way.
Meet the emergency internet bunkers.
The world is in love with New Mexico’s evil/dumb gun running ring.
There was a deadly car smash at Coors and Los Padillas Road.
KOAT serves up a gravy boat of cold mugshots.
An Albuquerque bus hit a car. Hard!
Alexis has more compelling local stories over at DCF.
Happy birthday, Albert Einstein.
Special thanks to Tom Nayder, Geoffrey Anjou and John Hankinson for some of today’s important links.
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