V.23 No.30 | 7/24/2014
New Research Links Pesticide Exposure to Autism
Wherein Richard “Bugman” Fagerlund breaks down new research on the link between in-utero pesticide exposure and autism spectrum disorders.
V.22 No.3 | 1/17/2013
The Daily Word in autism, gun laws and killer breasts
New study shows that it may be possible for some children to outgrow autism.
Some law enforcement officials say they won’t enforce new gun laws.
Albuquerque resident can’t figure out why cars keep crashing into her backyard.
Woman accused of suffocating her boyfriend to death with her breasts.
U.S. Marshal’s trial for a DWI has been put on hold for the sixth time.
Ryan Seacrest spill new details on the Nicki Minaj/Mariah Carey feud.
The owner of 5 dogs that attacked a four-year-old girl apologizes.
V.20 No.47 |
The Daily Word in Thanksgiving chaos, GOP race and an arrested snowman.
Happy Cyber Monday!
So what exactly is the Thanksgiving/Black Friday damage?
NASA launches Mars Science Labratory.
I didn't know this was a thing, but I'm glad that I do now: The 21 best Keanu conspiracy meme images.
Stanford brain study may shed new light on autism.
“Frosty the Snowman” arrested at a Maryland parade.
Newt's got a chance to narrow the GOP field.
Remember that lady who was suspected of pepper-spraying people at Wal-Mart? Apparently she's not talking to LAPD.
Remember that dude that was accused of dressing up as Gumby and robbing a 7-Eleven? He pleaded guilty.
The Oatmeal's take on Thanksgiving as a kid vs. Thanksgiving as an adult.
Pimping your ride on a budget.
V.20 No.26 |
The Daily Word with Rare Earth Minerals, A Groundbreaking Tampon Ad and a 100-Mile-Wide Dust Storm
President Obama and Texas Governor Rick Perry at odds over scheduled execution of a Mexican national.
Al-Qaida linked terrorist secretly brought to New York to stand trial.
Not many problems with illegal fireworks this year.
Roadwork on the west side begins today.
South Korea will host the 2018 Winter Olympics.
Did illegal immigrants cause a 100-mile-wide dust storm in Phoenix???
Biker dies from head injury while protesting helmet laws in New York.
The Anti-PowerPoint Party is Switzerland's newest political party. Can you guess what their agenda is?
New study shows environmental factors play a more important role in causing autism.
Behold, a landmark American tampon ad.
Ad for the new Kevin James movie digitally inserted into 2007 rerun of How I Met Your Mother.
Man tries to escape prison in his wife's suitcase.
Japan discovers huge deposit of rare earth minerals.
Top 10 cosmic album covers.
Monkey steals camera, takes the greatest self portrait ever.
Man sues to get his porn in prison.
The first cyborg horror story is 1834's The Steam Arm.
Your July financial to-do list.
McDonald's is test marketing an English Pub Burger.
Largest ever marsupial fossil discovered in Australia.
V.19 No.7 | 2/18/2010
Reconfirming What We Already Knew About Vaccines and Autism
More renunciation of that hack-job study ... again
NPR threw this on its blog a few weeks ago. This time, it’s the Lancet—the (now verging on disgraced) medical journal that originally published the scientifically feeble paper linking autism and vaccines—that’s hopping on the bandwagon. (The wheels are made of facts. They roll down a path of empirical methodology.) The Lancet, most of the paper’s co-authors and just about every other scientist working today are in agreement: There is no discernible link between autism and vaccines, and the benefits of vaccines far outweigh any risks they may incur.
V.19 No.6 | 2/11/2010
Hey, Hurry Up and Have a Baby, Vol. 32
Today’s evidence of the universe pressuring this almost-34-year-old lady to have babies: they will have autism if I don’t.
A study from a team at the University of California-Davis shows that older women are at greater risk of having children who will be autistic. Which isn’t to say, “Ick. Autistic people. So gross.” No way. Don’t say I said that.
But, I mean, c’mon.
This is simply further evidence that, when it comes to my life choices, science needs to shut the crap up.
V.19 No.1 |
The Daily Word 01.07.10: Animals in the South Valley, brains in bags, Nick Cage
Police search for baby mom left somewhere.
Rep. Stupak (D-Michigan) won't cave on anti-choice measures in health care bill.
Albuquerqueans sue funeral homes over being given relative's brain in a bag.
Microsoft something game controller something.
Missing Lotto winner may have been murdered.
Autism mostly found in children of older, educated whites. So, sorry about that, future babies.
Cockfighting ring busted in South Valley.
Pets found left behind in condemned apartments. Boooooo.
California judge OKs the YouTubing of Prop. 8 trial. White Ford Bronco still being negotiated.
Harold Ford Jr., whose previous run for the House was sunk by some pretty nasty (and racist) tactics, may now run for Senate.
It's Nicolas Cage's birthday.
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