V.20 No.10 |
The Daily Word: Japan, Politics, Politics, Politics, Hitler, Politics, Boob Jobs, Politics
By Tom Nayder [ Wed Mar 16 2011 8:49 AM ]
Bill O'Reilly says the media is hyping the the nuclear situation in Japan, meanwhile Japanese workers evacuate the troubled nuclear plant. In an unrelated matter, it's being reported that radioactive snow is falling in Japan.
Not a single Republican on the House Energy committee will admit that climate change is real.
N.M. House rejects the Senate's immigrant license bill.
New census data shows Rio Rancho and Los Lunas are New Mexico's fastest growing cities.
Democrats are trying to force Republicans who oppose Obama's health care overhual to publicly declare whether they accept taxpayer-subsidized health care from the Federal Employee Health Benefit Program.
Missouri lawmakers are repealing voter-approved anti-puppy-mill lows.
House committee has nothing better to do than vote to defund NPR and PBS.
Is this what conservatives really want? Georgia governor raises taxes on Girl Scout Cookies, and cuts taxes on multinational corporations. While Michigan's governor cuts corporate tax rate by 86% and raises taxes for the working poor.
A terrible mother filed a lawsuit against her daughter's preschool for inadequately preparing the 4-year-old to pursue an Ivy League education.
Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez is urging his citizens to say no to boob jobs.
Chicago bookstore forced to cancel mafia book signing after threats.
Some of the best walk off moments from 60 Minutes.
Life publishes some never-before seen photos of Hitler.
A tour of the worlds greatest holes.
TV's Buffy The Vampire Slayer premiered 14 years ago this week.
Lean Cuisine meals are being recalled.
Were you a Hee Haw fan or did your parents prefer Soul Train? You can only choose one!
Hey nerds! Read Stan Lee's deposition on the creation of the Marvel universe. Seriously, it's good.
The Gap want's you to haggle for your next pair of pants.
Charlie Sheen's porn star
Stephen King is writing another Dark Tower book.
V.19 No.5 |
The Daily Word 02.04.10: Brakes, Booze, Bill O'Reilly
By Erin Adair-Hodges [ Thu Feb 4 2010 8:14 AM ]
Computer in 2010 Prius has made the braking part of driving harder.
California Senator Duncan Hunter talked to NPR about why "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" should not be repealed. Good news: he sounds like a box of stupid.
NM Legislature: Proposed Senate Bill 132 would create an Hispanic Education Act targeted at closing the achievement gap between Anglo and Hispanic students. Is it necessary?
This is a dumb article that says people under 30 don't get Meryl Streep. Is this a real thing?
For Scots, who consume the most alcohol per person in the world, a caffeine-and-booze concoction is stirring up some trouble. Ah, my people.
Belen closed its schools yesterday because it was raining. Ah, my people.
This year, the New Orleans Saints are America's Team. Suck it, Cowboys.
The Great American Apparel Diet: A group of women agree not to buy any new clothes for a year.
This sculpture sold for $104.3 million, the most ever paid for a work of art. Which totally sounds reasonable.
Jon Stewart goes on Bill O'Reilly's show and is predictably awesome.
It's Alice Cooper's birthday.
Cracker • alternative rock • Camper Van Beethoven at Launchpad
Colors of the Southwest at New Mexico Museum of Art
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