V.22 No.50 | 12/12/2013
The Daily Word in APD shootings, family photos and band names
By Carl Petersen [ Mon Dec 9 2013 10:45 AM ]
NYC has a new cold weather cockroach.
The Japanese have invented the world’s thinnest condom.
Funny band names of 2013.
You write like a girl.
Enjoy Rebecca Black’s new song “Saturday.”
Get ready for Facebook’s new Sympathize Button.
What happened to the lost colony of Roanoke?
Travel through time with 50 years of toys.
Enjoy the latest batch of awkward family photos.
There were over 35 car crashes in Albuquerque yesterday.
Happy birthday Michael Dorn.
V.22 No.41 |
The Daily Word in supersonic descents, cockroach farming and that's totally a sea monster, guys
By Ty Bannerman [ Wed Oct 16 2013 9:16 AM ]
Oh my god, it's a sea monster. Or actually, just a gigantic, eel like fish. Which is the same thing, let's be honest here.
There's a new baby elephant at the zoo, and as usual nobody there can figure out what to name it. Maybe YOU can help? (The vote is between three names, but if enough of us demand "Kraktow, Crusher of Men" they have to listen, right?)
Los Alamos is getting mighty close to shutting down. That is, unless House Republicans come to their senses and HAHAHAHAHA!
Remember that guy who jumped from 24 miles above the earth and filmed it? Now you can see the whole descent from his point of view. Spoiler: cool cool pretty cool cool spinning crazy OMG boring boring boring crazy crazy upside down boring boring boring crazy crazy parachute boring boring boring lands.
Dried cockroaches are going for $20 a pound in China for use in cosmetics. The people who raise them en mass call it "special farming."
And finally, with Halloween just around the corner, check out the the 25 best horror films available on Netflix instant.
V.22 No.33 | 8/15/2013
Fauna of Burque
A roundup of animals and insects in your new environs
By Carl Petersen
Publisher/editor Carl Petersen turned in an extemporaneous essay on antlions, black widows, New Mexico whiptail lizards and horny toads.
All the Wild that Remains at Bookworks
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