V.23 No.44 | 10/30/2014
The Daily Word in bananas, crooked cops and a sex fest road trip.
By Constance Moss & Carl Petersen [ Mon Oct 27 2014 12:18 PM ]
Donations pour in to buy a car for the Eric Frein lookalike, James Tully, who has been hassled by police countless times on his daily five mile walk to work.
Meanwhile, the hunt for Frein is now being conducted by an unmanned, giant, silent balloon.
A Brazilian orange juice maker has gone bananas.
CHP officers in the Bay Area are stealing nude photos from women’s cell phones and using them as virtual trading cards.
Oprah did damage control after her driver ran over a fan’s foot.
In case you were wondering, it’s a crime to swim naked with your baby in the state of New Mexico.
In order to fund her roadtrip, this Chinese teenager plans to sleep with a different man in each city.
Behold the python’s virgin birth.
Beware of retailers peddling unsafe Halloween costumes for children.
What’s happening in Albuquerque today?
Happy birthday, Simon Le Bon.
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The Daily Word in banana capers, devil babies and standing your ground
By Ty Bannerman [ Wed Jan 15 2014 9:07 AM ]
The NSA is still watching you masturbate/plot terrorist attacks/play minesweeper, even if your computer is offline.
In the far future, you will tell your children that January 15, 2014 was the day you first heard of the Great Banana Caper.
Life-sized robot baby teaches innocent passersby that children are evil and should never be approached, no matter how pathetically they cry.
More proof that children are evil: Nasty notes from the under-10 set. "Sorry because of nothing."
The attorney representing a former police officer who shot and killed a man for texting in a movie theater is arguing that the shooter was actually a victim in fear for his life. Because the other man threw popcorn at him.
Neutral Milk Hotel will be stopping by Albuquerque in April.
And finally, the world is dark and depressing and our hearts go out to the children of Roswell.
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