The Daily Word in sausage, mistrials and Bob Dylan's prize
A motorist found himself drawing his firearm on Wednesday evening when some people supposedly protesting a mistrial in the James Boyd case started messing with his truck.
We are all waiting to hear why a motorist sped his car to upwards of 100mph as he approached the dead-end on 1st Street in Belen, NM and then, launching off a small dirt embankment, jumped three trains. Experts agree it was a carefully not thought out escapade.
Further sausage party reports include an item about this Afrikaner who fell off a boat full of sausage and into shark infested waters. Where the man tried to eat a gull.
Rolling Stone Magazine, in this writer's opinion, has the most entertaining take on Bob Dylan's being awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature.
Rush Limbaugh's defense of Donald Trump's thing about "consensual sex". Not for the faint of heart.
On a related, "it's a conspiracy", note. The very existence of the porn sub-genre "cream pie" may be the result of a conspiracy! No, really.
Back in the day Saddam Hussein owned a fancy-pants NYC townhouse across the street from a bunch of fancy-pants. Hussein's may have had some added features.
The Daily Word in Golden Globes, inflatable ISS, TNG bloopers
Bloomberg calls for universal background checks for firearms sales.
Attempted robbery turned shooting in Kmart parking lot off of Carlisle.
NASA to build an $17.8 million inflatable extension to the ISS.
"Star Trek: The Next Generation" season 2 gag reel.
KOAT presents a slideshow of things people hate more than Congress.
Woman in Louisiana arrested for stalking herself.
News teams in southern California complain about the "cold" weather.
The Daily Word in falling satellites, no clergy allowed at 9/11 ceremony and people wearing clown noses to spread joy.
Plus, let's ban deep sea fishing.
This satellite is going to fall to Earth, but NASA says it probably won't hit anyone.
More allergens this Fall than ever, including extra mold.
A team of marine scientists want to put a stop to deep sea fishing.
The private medical data of 20,000 patients was online without detection for almost a year.
Threat of terror attack has Department of Homeland Security beefing up.
Mayor Bloomberg bans clergy from 9/11 commemoration.
Xkcd reminds us that sending files is tricky.
Old-timey curse words and gross insults.
A muslim school navigates how to teach students about 9/11.
This poem reminds you to feel awesome about yourself.
A group that wears clown noses to make people smile, and wants you to wear them too.