V.19 No.15 | 4/15/2010
The Daily Word 4.13.10: iSpecs, Pierced Kittens, Vapor Wake Dogs
By Adam Fox [ Tue Apr 13 2010 10:14 AM ]
Check out this new porno magazine ... for the blind.
A woman gets put on house arrest for giving her kittens body piercings.
Mexico’s tourism industry is way, way down due to drug cartel violence.
Facebook is told to install a “panic button” for children scouted by sexual predators.
Apple goes to work on creating 3D glasses, or “iSpecs”, to watch films on the go.
Check out these “vapor wake” dogs, the next generation of sniffing out explosives.
Conan O’Brien begins his 32-city “Legally Prohibited From Being Funny On TV Tour.”
UNM men’s basketball star Darrington Hobson is reported to f orego his senior year and enter the NBA Draft.
A deputy shoots and kills a man threatening suicide in Tijeras. Mission accomplished?
V.19 No.3 |
The Daily Word 01.21.10: Domestic Partnerships, Women's Rights, Billy Ocean
By Erin Adair-Hodges [ Thu Jan 21 2010 8:44 AM ]
Limits on corporate contributions to elections eased by Supreme Court. Expect candidates to begin looking like NASCAR racers.
The battle for domestic partnerships in New Mexico this legislative session could be rough.
John Edwards admits he IS the father.
Three leaders of Haiti's women's rights movement died in quake.
UNM holds "read in" of Haitian literature today and tomorrow to raise funds for victims.
The "Poe toaster" fails to show for first time in 60 years.
Conan gets $45 million to leave; 33 mil for him, 12 for his staff.
Faceless man wants a face.
Jewish teen wearing traditional prayer boxes sparks terrorism fears; emergency landing of plane ensues.
A pill for multiple sclerosis could be on the horizon.
It's Billy Ocean's birthday!
V.19 No.3 | 1/21/2010
Late night edition
By Devin D. O’Leary
In last week’s column, I casually mentioned that “The Jay Leno Show” would kill network television. Fortunately, NBC plunged a stake into its heart before it could do any more damage. Now what? Will the post-prime-time airwaves become a desolate hellscape in which men battle one another in a winner-take-all competition for pop cultural supremacy? Likelihood: probable.
V.19 No.2 |
The Daily Word 01.14.10: Troops to Haiti, Pat Robertson's a Dillweed, Wire Hangers
By Erin Adair-Hodges [ Thu Jan 14 2010 8:23 AM ]
U.S. sends 3,500 troops and 2,200 marines to Haiti.
Albuquerque Iraq veteran shot, killed by police after suicide threats.
Crazy-ass president of Hateful Kookball Evangelist Buttsniffers, Pat Robertson, says the earthquake in Haiti happened because of its citizens' "pact with the devil."
Eight-year-old's name on selectee fly watch list; he gets frisked a lot. There's no merit badge for that.
Using "The Office" for office human resources training. So, are pranks involving staplers in Jello "dos" or "don'ts"?
Soul singer Teddy Pendergrass dies at 59.
Fashion industry shocked at existence of attractive women over size 2.
Conan O'Brien's supporters take to the Internet, proclaim, "I'm with Coco." The nickname is from a funny skit about how Twitter is dumb. Just reporting the facts, people. If you care, here's how to join online Team Conan groups.
It's Faye Dunaway's birthday! And my dad's! He's never been on the Internet!
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