V.24 No.31 | 7/30/2015
The Daily Word in depression, explosion, combustion and Bugs Bunny
By Constance Moss [ Fri Jul 24 2015 12:15 PM ]
Another movie theater shooting took place, this time in Louisiana.
After her teeange murder for hire accidentally killed her brother-in-law instead of her spouse, a South Carolina woman was sentenced to life in prison.
Here's a guide to understanding depression through colorful charts.
Two people were airlifted to UNM after an explosion occurred at the medical marijuana clinic in Santa Fe.
Vegan? You can still eat like crap with these junk foods.
V.23 No.8 | 2/20/2014
Rowdy’s Dream Blog #335: Photographing an Eagle with a Camera Made of Cheese
By Brutus De Cervantes [ Tue Feb 18 2014 2:16 PM ]
I am on the back porch of my childhood home. A large Mexican gray eagle lands on my shoulder and then jumps to the ground. I coax him back up and tell G to go get my camera. She returns but can't seem to work it. I take it from her angrily. It has become camera parts imbedded in yellow cheese. I try anyway to hold it at arm's length and get a shot.
V.21 No.40 |
The Daily Word in debate hangovers
By Tom Nayder [ Thu Oct 4 2012 10:08 AM ]
Facebook has a billion daily users and none of them will like the picture of your kid doing that thing you posted.
White college kids from Texas do the craziest things.
Food prices rising at Balloon Fiesta.
Chicago police find 1,000 pot plants growing in a field.
Arrests made following this weekends shooting at Fantasy World.
Miguel Cabrera wins baseball's first Triple Crown since 1967.
Cheese smugglers busted in Canada.
What if everyone on earth pointed a laser pointer at the moon at the same time?
Chevy dealer totally sorry he had you arrested over pricing error.
Can a new font help dyslexic readers?
V.20 No.46 |
The Daily Word in leaders not readers, Paseo del Norte occupation and direct Newt access
By Tom Nayder [ Fri Nov 18 2011 10:24 AM ]
The Supercommittee is in trouble.
Police reopen the Natalie Wood drowning case.
Protesters occupied Paseo del Norte for more jobs.
Herman Cain is a leader not a reader.
Health care companies payed millions for direct Newt access.
A second experiment at CERN found subatomic particles moving faster than the speed of light.
Worst. Sandwich. Ever.
Sears lost $421 million last quarter.
People are already camping out for Black Friday.
How pizza became a vegetable.
Six reasons to stay away from hippos.
Teen Mom 2 season 2 trailer!
Who are the real job-creators?
Pilot accidently locks himself in the bathroom mid-flight, causing terror scare.
Probably not a good idea to inject the silicon you buy at Lowes to make your butt bigger.
Just how many coffins are being stored in Atlanta for a supposed high casualty event?
Top 10 inappropriate Sesame Street parody sketches.
V.19 No.16 | 4/22/2010
Rowdy’s Dream Blog #147: Gunfight
Nick Brown Edition
By Nick Brown [ Sat Apr 24 2010 6:07 AM ]
We're in a gunfight against some other people. I can't see any of them peeking out of their buildings, so I scoot under a corral fence, gun drawn and horse apples right next to my face, to get a closer look. Some tiny blonde kids go in and out of a glass door and we all agree not to shoot. Then I notice a man across the yard with a shotgun pointed right at me. I try to scoot backwards but seem to be stuck.
Later, I'm going to trade some plums for some cheese in a cardboard tin with my own people. First a woman tells me it's too much cheese, then a man tells me it's not enough. Somehow, I'm the one giving both plums and cheese.
V.19 No.8 |
DayBird - March 1st
By Geoffrey Anjou [ Mon Mar 1 2010 11:31 AM ]
752 BC – Romulus, first king of Rome, celebrates the first Roman triumph after his victory over the Caeninenses, following The Rape of the Sabine Women.
It started a month before with Abby and sis throwing a tantrum. Others soon join in. The first tried was Bridget Bishop, who was found guilty and executed by hanging. Thirteen women and four men followed her to the gallows, and one man was executed by crushing. Those tried were condemned on the basis of the witnesses' shenanigans during the proceedings.
1922 – Yitzhak Rabin, Prime Minister of Israel (d. 1995)
1932 - Lindbergh baby kidnapped. Charles Lindbergh III, the 20-month-old son of aviation hero Charles Lindbergh, is kidnapped from the family's home in Jersey. The kidnapper used a ladder to climb up to the open second-floor window. Does not end like “Raising Arizona”
1936 – The Hoover Dam is completed.
1954 – Castle Bravo, a 15-megaton hydrogen bomb, is detonated on Bikini Atoll. It proved to be a large radiation fallout disaster: ashes from the explosion flew miles into inhabited islands. Sharing is caring.
1981 - Irish Republican Army member Bobby Sands began a hunger strike at the Maze Prison in Northern Ireland.
We lost the gold yesterday in Hockey, in overtime. Well played, Canada. Now back to ignoring the existence of NBC.
V.19 No.9 | 3/4/2010
The Big Cheese
By Laura Marrich [ Sat Feb 27 2010 8:00 AM ]
It takes experts the better part of an hour to crack open a wheel of Parmigiano-Reggiano. Parm wheels weigh a whopping 85 pounds apiece, and cutting into them the traditional way calls for a set of five special knives from Italy. It's a serious spectacle—one that restores dignity and respect to the age-old question: Who cut the cheese? Saturday at 1 p.m., you will know exactly who and how as Whole Foods Market locations everywhere demonstrate this age-old culinary craft. There'll be snacks and other treats, too.
V.19 No.4 | 1/28/2010
By Evan George and Alex Brown
In the six years since we starting doing food and beer writing, our conduits have been many: Internet, video, independent newspaper, radio, catering, hanging out, bike rides, beer tastings and various other bamboozley boons. It’s time to add another notch to the gun.
Her at University of New Mexico
A lonely writer develops an unlikely relationship with his newly purchased operating system that's designed to meet his every need.
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