V.20 No.40 | 10/6/2011
Webgame Wednesday: One Man and His Dinosaur
By Devin D. O’Leary [ Wed Oct 5 2011 11:41 AM ]
So, you've hired a Tyrannosaurus Rex to act as a sheepdog. You're not too smart, are you? Lucky for you, you've got a pretty good thunder lizard on your side in One Man and His Dinosaur. All you've got to do is guide the dinosaur with your mouse as he runs across the screen. Keep the sheep flock together. Don't let them get eaten by badgers and the like. And avoid all those pesky World War II bombs littering the playing field. (Where the hell does this game take place anyway?)
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The Daily Word in the poors, the HPV vaccine makes you retarded and Spongebob makes you stupid
By Tom Nayder [ Wed Sep 14 2011 9:47 AM ]
The U.S. poverty rate jumps to a 52-year high.
People are excited about this woman I've never heard of running for Senate.
Michelle Bachmann claims HPV vaccine causes mental retardation. Must resist joke.
Arizona isn't getting enough attention these days.
Is it ironic that Ron Paul's campaign manager died of pneumonia, penniless and uninsured? Yeah, it is.
Atlanta vegans get life in prison for the starving death of their 6-week-old.
These are the next 12 terror threats to keep you up at night.
Disasters have been declared in all but two states so far this year.
Vladimir Putin = badass.
I guess I need this if I die app.
Watching Spongebob Squarepants makes your dumb kids dumber.
How is Tyler Perry the highest paid man in entertainment if I've never seen one of his movies?
You need naked men and horses to harvest marijuana in Kyrgyzstan.
Why doesn't anyone want to talk about Operation Northwoods?
The man who coined the term pop art dies at the age of 89.
Finally some good news for parents flying with children.
Let's take a tour through Egypt's Great Pyramid.
Consumer Reports notes an uptick in reports of glass bakeware exploding.
Ozzy Osbourne's music helps rescue autistic boy.
Playboy's October issue will have a cover price of 60¢.
Dwarf porn star eaten by a badger. You read that right: Dwarf porn star eaten by a badger.
Flooding could result in higher pumpkin prices this year.
Bartender fired for a 9/11 joke.
Confuse your grandpa with these hipster nicknames.
Where-Wear and Middlescapes Opening Receptions at April Price Project Gallery
New works by Ann Dunbar, Alan Paine Radebaugh, Gus Foster and more. Part of the citywide On the Map exhibition. Runs through 4/30.
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