The Daily Word in Super Bowl, sex changes, swords, and seeing shadows
The Patriots won the Super Bowl.
The Super Bowl commercials were bland this year.
Bruce Jenner is transitioning into life as a woman.
A new dinosaur was discovered in China.
An Albuquerque toddler shot his parents with a handgun.
Here are the rules for buying food with love at McDonald’s.
Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow this morning.
Here are five things you didn’t know about Groundhog Day, the movie.
Our next alibi issue is our special love issue and will feature sex toy reviews by members of the alibi staff. In the meantime, here are a few sex toys you may want to stay away from.
Vladimir Putin has resumed the war in Ukraine.
Back in December, the Russian court banned the music and artwork of Cannibal Corpse.
You can see Cannibal Corpse in the land of the free tonight at the Sunshine theater, along with Behemoth, Aeon, and Tribulation.
The Daily Word in illegal hot air balloons, ghost wives, forced to pee in a bucket and more interlock license restrictions
Happy birthday Dean Stockwell
This guy may sue Circle K for allegedly making him pee in a bucket.
Filesharing site Pirate Bay says it has moved operations to friendlier-
Another excellent Dangerous Minds rant about Facebook's "broken on purpose" EdgeRank scheme.
The White House thinks you should be able to unlock your phone or tablet and wants the current law changed.
A town that wanted to put up a statue of Len Bias finds out that most people think of the dead basketball star as a crackhead, not an athlete. Whatever you may think, he was a pivotal figure in the War on Drugs.
These guys have a suitable dead woman that would make a great wife for your dead single brother.
Harrison Ford is going to be in Anchorman 2.
The Daily Word in warrantless cell phone searches, vodka-soaked gummy bears, Bocephus’ sour grapes
Are the Dems planning a Obama-Hillary ticket for the 2012 election?
A suburb of Detroit has 1,400 street light bulbs reposessed after it fails to pay the electric bill.
California Governor Jerry Brown allows cell phones to be searched by police without a warrant.
Meanwhile, the number of cell phone subscriptions now outnumber people in the U.S.
Vodka-soaked gummy bears are now all the rage. Here’s a nifty tutorial!
UCLA might allow male and female students to bunk together in dorm rooms.
A man is stabbed in the scrotum with a hypodermic needle, which then breaks off inside. Ouch.
British TV Chef Hugh Fearnley-
As if her music career wasn’t shitty enough, get ready for a musical about—and starring— Susan Boyle.
Hank Williams Jr. writes a new song about the media and getting fired from “Monday Night Football.”
Occupy Albuquerque protesters will ask UNM for permission today to stay overnight.
A bill to remove the red light cameras had its first hearing last night. Two councilors still plan to vote to keep them. What the hell did we just vote on?
Westlake Ace Hardware launches an online Zombie Preparedness Center complete with all the tools you’ll ever need.
Seattle superhero Phoenix Jones is arrested after being accused of assaulting people with pepper spray.
The Daily Word in deadbeat parents, 9/11 truthers, a lost masterpiece and the greatest photo of Saturn ever!
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?
The Daily Word 8.20.11: West Memphis three released; local hero is an illegal alien; new additons to the O.E.D.
The Albuquerque man who rescued an abducted girl is in the U.S. illegally.
LOOK OUT! More People of Walmart (Thank you, Sarah.)
400 new words added to latest edition of the Oxford English Dictionary.
Lighting a cigarette while using nail polish remover? Stop... NOW!
A lesson in pre-digital newspaper production.
Are there too many farmer's markets?
Oh, God. The 12th annual Gathering of the Juggalos.
Are cell phones making men sterile?
Dateline, 1967: in the future, the use of well-trained apes as family chauffeurs might decrease the number of automobile accidents.
The Daily Word 09.30.10: Un-naked Santa Fe, Ochocinco Os, Color Me Badd
Apartment fire kills a baby.
Albuquerque balloonists missing in Italy.
For all his talk of government spending, Jon Barela's company sure does like those film tax rebates.
A distant, Earth-like planet that may have life.
Canada's throwing out its anti-prostitution laws.
Drivers text anyway.
Tony Curtis died.
Lobo Club won't spend donations to buyout (fire) Locksley.
Chad Ochocinco cereal box accidentally advertises a sex-talk phone number.
Obama likes Jon Stewart's Rally to Restore Sanity.
AIG says it's totally going to pay us back.
The men of Color Me Badd tell their story.
It's OK to vote against stuff.
Does gargling salt water help anything?
Calling All Sentinels
More than 100 people have taken advantage of the city’s anonymous fraud-reporting program. The Efficiency, Stewardship and Accountability hotline is supposed to encourage people to report concerns and deter wasteful spending. City Inspector General Janet McHard told the Council at its Wednesday, Sept. 8 meeting that the new program is gathering reliable information.
The Daily Word 09.09.10: Quran-burning minister, Gary Johnson, Playboy for the blind
Zozobra burns tonight in Santa Fe.
Sunport kills prairie dogs on orders from the feds.
City Council stiffens DWCell-phoning rule.
You probably saw, but Google sped up searches.
Ex-Gov. Gary Johnson contemplates a run at the big White House.
Many black voters who cast a ballot in 2008 won't be back in November, poll says.
Rio Grande teachers high-five after the old principal splits. Students still don't have class schedules.
Ladies love flamboyant dancing.
The president rails against tax cuts for the rich ...
… then asks a Florida minister not to burn the Quran. He says the act would create a "recruitment bonanza" for al Qaida.
London Catholic church offers gay mass.
Castro criticizes communism in Cuba.
Middle-class, American, high school football star matures into a high-ranking kingpin for a Mexican drug cartel. (Growing up, he even had a wooden swing set.)
Rodney King is marrying a juror from his case.
Vitamin B slows Alzheimer's, says study.
She reads Playboy to the blind.
Why do albums come out on Tuesdays?
The Daily Word 06.17.10: BP testifies, Zoo break-in, celly radiation
BP CEO testifies before the House. He says he is "deeply sorry."
Are Denish and Martinez doing their jobs? Or is campaigning a full-time gig?
Facebook photos show six people breaking into the Rio Grande Zoo and entering animal habitats.
Albuquerque's Gruet Winery in the L.A. Times.
New Mexico is parched.
Horrifying story about a local man accused of molesting a 1-year-old baby.
Fake store in Albuquerque staffed by federal agents takes in illegal weapons for a year.
After a Navajo man is branded with a swastika, Farmington is asked by the Navajo Human Rights Commission to sign a race relations-improving agreement.
Americans are exercising but still gaining weight.
Americans support SB 1070, according to a poll.
Israel to decrease the blockade and allow civilian goods into Gaza.
San Francisco will require retailers to post cell phone radiation levels.
Half vinyl, half CD, one disc-record.
A Good Call for Haiti
I have piles of old cellphones in my dresser, my desk, my garage. Not only that, I have buckets of old wall and car chargers that I could never hope to match back to their devices of origin. (Sound familiar?)
Because of the battery and gnarly chemicals used in cell phone components, you can’t just chuck this stuff into the landfill. But your old cellphone and accessories can make life better for Haitians struggling after the earthquake.
Go to phonesforhaiti.com to download a free shipping label, then mail them your unwanted communication devices. Phones that work or can be refurbished will be given to aid groups in Haiti. Phones and accessories that don’t make the cut will be recycled, and 100 percent of their proceeds will be donated to the American Red Cross.