V.20 No.35 |
The Daily Word in deadbeat parents, 9/11 truthers, a lost masterpiece and the greatest photo of Saturn ever!
By Tom Nayder [ Wed Sep 7 2011 9:32 AM ]
Dozens of deadbeat parents arrested this week.
Of course the CIA worked with Gaddafi.
Five dead after shooting rampage at Nevada IHOP.
When will 9/11 conspiracy theorists believe the facts? Probably never.
Cell phones in prisons are on the rise.
Is Homeland Security making us safer or poorer?
More bad news for Netflix users.
Why using your real name on the Internet is a bad idea.
Lizards are smarter than we thought.
The greatest photo of Saturn you'll ever see.
What is graph theory, and how can we make some freaking money with it?
In order to find a lost Leonardo Da Vinci masterpiece, scientists need a camera that hasn't been invented yet.
Wikileaks reveals government plans to infiltrate warez topsites.
More Game of Thrones casting news.
Judge dismisses lawsuits against 5010 of the 5011 people accused of downloading the porno Danielle Staub Raw.
Let's all have a good laugh at the MPAA's latest bogus piracy stats.
Whatever happens, do not give Madonna hydrangeas.
Lame looking UFO video from Japan.
You guys probably care which fast food restaurants were rated the highest by Zagat, right?
How the invention of pants ushered us into the modern world.
America's Most Wanted moves to Lifetime?
Katt Wiliams: patriotic or racist?
V.20 No.34 |
The Daily Word with Bulgarian Yogurt, Violent Tweets and Crossbow Attacks
By Tom Nayder [ Wed Aug 31 2011 9:40 AM ]
APD fires officer over violent tweets.
Federal judge strikes down Texas sonogram law.
Gawker vs. Fox News, round whatever.
The origins of the Black Death have been uncovered.
Boy shot with crossbow for throwing rocks at cars.
Bad news for Greek yogurt.
Will an HIV scare lead to less new porn?
Fermilab scientists figures out how to cut plane boarding time in half.
Glenn Beck wants to know if the term colored is really such a bad thing.
Stupid things Game of Thrones characters have done.
V.20 No.5 |
The Daily Word 02.09.11: Beer Marshmallows, Plastic Rice, Chicken Wyngz
By Tom Nayder [ Wed Feb 9 2011 9:01 AM ]
The House fails to extend the Patriot Act.
President Obama is having lunch with the GOP leadership today.
Governor Martinez is blaming NM Gas for the gas shortage.
School bus accident in Mississippi leaves 3 dead, and 60 injured.
Sources say production has begun on Apple's next-generation iPad.
Ever wonder what would it look like if Disney made a Superman cartoon?
I have a feeling this guy is getting fired.
Astrology has been re-affirmed as a trusted science in India.
Why isn't the liberal media covering the boneless wyngz controversy?
CNN admits it has a Fox Problem.
No one knows the reason why all Wells Fargo ATMs went offline this week.
Police find drugs in a man's penis.
Fox News calls Bulletstorm the worst game in the world.
Nerdy website overthinkingit.com analyzes 10 years of Law & Order episode outcomes.
Everything you ever wanted to know about Mike, the Headless Chicken.
Most distant galaxy yet has been discovered by the Hubble Space Telescope.
If I had ever successfully watched an episode of Dr. Who this flowchart may be more interesting.
Have a look at 14 of the most expensive meals in the world.
If you pirated a copy of The Expendables you should think about getting a lawyer.
Beer marshmallows? Beer marshmallows!
Family thinks they're buying a Dora the Explorer DVD, actually gets Bubble Butt Bonanza #17 instead.
400 Super Bowl ticket-holders who were screwed out of their seats are offered a pretty sweet deal.
10 things you you should know before you go furniture shopping.
V.19 No.29 | 7/22/2010
Track Marks: No Peeking
By Patricia Sauthoff [ Tue Jul 20 2010 1:57 PM ]
As an avid fan of all things smart-assy, I’ve found myself reading Gawker as of late. (Admitting this is somewhat painful because I truly don’t care about Lindsay Lohan’s latest jail sentence but the barbs are just so damn good I can’t help myself.)
Of Gawker’s many writers, Adrian Chen is just my kind of wise-ass. So yesterday, when I read that some site I’d never heard of called 4chan was publishing his personal info I got curious about the site, but not enough to look it up. Today it seems that users of the site actually shut Gawker down for awhile, though it still came through in RSS without pictures and Gawker’s Twitter feed was just fine.
The curiosity got to me and I tried to go to 4chan to see what it was. No dice, as I was on the Rail Runner’s internet connection. This message came through: Based on your corporate access policies, access to this web site ( http://4chan.org/ ) has been blocked because the web category "Adult/Sexually Explicit" is not allowed.
No porn on the train I guess. In the past I’ve also noticed that Pirate Bay is blocked as well. Guess the New Mexico Department of Transportation doesn’t want you torrenting or looking at dirty pictures. Bummer.
Anyway, I finally made it to the Alibi offices, where apparently I can look at all the porn I want and finally got 4chan to load. Holy ‘90s Batman. I haven’t seen a message board like this since high school, when I decided the internet wasn’t for me.
Adrian Chen, I have new respect for you. Not only are you hilarious, but you figured this site out, which means you’re a super nerd too!
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