V.20 No.8 | 2/24/2011
The Daily Word 02.21.11: Tripoli, Alan Rickman and Bow Nessie.
By Nick Brown [ Mon Feb 21 2011 10:14 AM ]
Muammar Gaddafi has fled protests in Tripoli.
China, on the other hand, will not stand for protests.
It’s time to worry about space weather.
Music executive Steve Stoute ran a full page newspaper ad complaining about the Grammies.
Speaking of which, some people don’t know who Arcade Fire even is.
People dress like pandas and play with baby pandas.
Mystery of the synchronized fish dance.
Here are ten delicious science fiction foods.
Here are some science fact fat-fighting desserts.
15-year-old Jake experienced time travel.
Beware the killer Australian birds.
Hey, come at me like you’re going to attack me so I can show you my new wrist lock.
There’s a place in France where the naked ladies dance through a creepy underground city for thousands of years.
Brace yourself for some mushy Kurt Vonnegut quotes. He loves you, damn it!
Kayakers snapped a picture of the Windermere Monster.
Spiderman and Batman, news news news.
Heinrich is considering running for Bingaman’s senate seat.
Christopher Torres let his crazy flag fly in Garcia’s restaurant.
Steve Terrell gives a mid-term report on this legislative session.
Plastic surgeon Daniel Ronel died in a car smash near Algodones.
Yale Blvd. is going to be closed for a month.
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