V.25 No.4 | 01/28/2016
The Daily Word in Courts, Capital and Corruption
Cars, cops and cannabis, too
By Peter Karlsen [ Sat Jan 30 2016 4:27 PM ]
New Mexico courts get a case management tune-up.
There's a push to change New Mexico's capital outlay funding system to a merit based model.
The change of venue motion in the Boyd case has been denied.
UNM researchers released a report saying that business are afraid to come to New Mexico because they perceive the government as being corrupt.
Albuquerque based Research & Polling found that the majority of residents support legalizing recreational use of marijuana for adults over 21.
V.23 No.37 | 9/11/2014
The Daily Word in Olive Garden, Chick-Fil-A and the destruction of the universe.
By Carl Petersen [ Mon Sep 8 2014 12:55 PM ]
I suspect I’ve been fighting the new unidentified respiratory virus for two weeks as of tomorrow.
Atlanta Hawks owner Bruce Levenson comes clean with a racist email.
Stephen Hawking says the God particle could destroy the entire universe.
Behold the viking ring fortress.
Put a coin in dry ice.
Olive Garden offers you endless noodles for seven weeks.
Kate Middleton is pregnant again.
Will Bernalillo County commissioners put pot on the ballot?
The return of “Cops” makes some people angry.
The Grim Reaper spoke to KRQE.
Happy birthday, Aimee Mann.
V.23 No.17 |
The Daily Word in five-0, blue meanies and The Man
By August March [ Thu Apr 24 2014 12:33 PM ]
The cop at the center of the latest APD-involved fatal shooting lied about his role in another shooting, says the LA Times.
Here is a story about shooting victim Mary Hawke’s short life.
The Grey Lady reports “Chief Gorden Eden said at a news conference that the officer’s lapel camera had not captured” the latest officer involved fatality here in Burque.
Gwyneth Doland of Al-Jazeera reports on the ineffective use of police body cameras among members of Albuquerque’s finest.
Discussions are underway to make lapel camera use by APD an enforceable requirement.
The UN Human Rights Committee reports that among human rights violations in the USA, criminalization of the homeless is a pressing issue.
V.23 No.7 |
The Daily Word in COPS is coming back to Albuquerque, a really old can of herring and not-confirming Hannah Skandera
Get well soon, Wattie!
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Feb 18 2014 9:49 AM ]
New Mexico Secretary of Education Hannah Skandera will serve her entire term without ever being confirmed.
More details about the ongoing radiation leak at WIPP.
The second suspect in the high-speed car chase crash in Corrales was arrested.
Bernalillo Sheriff's office is welcoming COPS to BernCo supposedly with "full editing control" over the content and apparently not remembering that Mayor Marty banned the show from Albuquerque.
A Florida artist smashed a valuable Ai Weiwei vase in an act of protest.
Detailed mapping and study of abandoned Detroit will determine how many dilapidated and unoccupied buildings there are.
Check out this amazingly preserved ancient Chinese city that was discovered 30 meters underwater in 2001.
V.21 No.33 | 8/16/2012
The Daily Word in Pussy Riot, excessive force, presidential brosefs
By Sam Adams [ Fri Aug 17 2012 10:44 AM ]
Pussy Riot gets two years for speaking out against Putin.
Several articles on the Washington Post today are pissed off at President Obama. Here’s one of them.
Between Obama, Romney, Biden and Ryan, Who’s the biggest bro?
Eastdale softball rules!
If you’re a cop who likes beating people, tasing them and stepping on their head when they’re trying to surrender, a warrant wouldn’t hurt.
Hatch wins a green chile battle.
Baldwin on fracking.
From Amish to rodeo.
People who can’t spell vs. Islam.
Ow! ... just ow. (may be NSFW)
Speaking of assholes, we all know that Kobe Bryant is one. So is his wife.
V.20 No.28 |
Nice Parking Job, Asshole!
By Tom Nayder [ Tue Jul 19 2011 2:38 PM ]
Thanks to Andrew for sending me this one. He writes
Our State Police at work. Enjoy
I'm sure you see plenty of asshole parking jobs, take a picture and email me.
By Tom Nayder [ Fri Jul 15 2011 11:55 AM ]
Thanks to Dandee for sending me this one.
I'm sure you see plenty of asshole parking jobs, take a picture and email me.
V.20 No.15 |
Special Olympics New Mexico
Area 5 Unified Volleyball Competition
By Geoffrey Plant [ Sun Apr 17 2011 6:50 PM ]
Today this writer had the pleasure of attending the Area Five Unified Volleyball Competition held at Johnson Gym on the UNM campus. In a nutshell, New Mexico is divided into Six Areas. Bernalillo, Sandoval, Torrance, Valencia and Socorro are all in Area Five. Unified means there are disabled and non-disabled players on the teams together.
The atmosphere in the arena was laid back and jocular, with athletes in particular taking pleasure in their game. There was yelling. There were victory dances before matches even started. Most importantly though, the volleyball matches were filled with knuckle-biting climaxes that rivaled the third period in a'79 vintage Rangers vs. Islanders hockey game.
Check out the official Special Olympics New Mexico website and schedule here. Events are free, and everyone is welcome. Check out the Rio Rancho Area Five fundraiser t.v. spot if you haven't seen it yet.
V.20 No.13 |
The Daily Word 4.1.11: Pagan New Year Edition
By Chango Morales [ Fri Apr 1 2011 10:33 AM ]
Hurrah for the bra clapper.
Go on down to Ho Burger.
Trinity site open Saturday.
Obama robber nabbed in Austria.
Cops bust meth lab near school (That's where they always bust them.)
Eight U.N. workers killed in Afghanistan by mob angry about Qur'an burning.
Happy birthday Rachel Maddow.
Go Daddy founder in hot water with P.E.T.A. for shooting elephant.
Billy Joel decides not to write memoir.
Oil goes over $100 a barrel.
V.20 No.4 |
The Daily Word 1.28.10: Eat me, bear.
By John Bear [ Fri Jan 28 2011 10:00 AM ]
Escaped inmate planned on overdosing on dope and letting bears eat him, but was stopped by voice of reason. Average weekend at Casa de Juan Oso.
Cops get take home cars back.
Bicyclist gets hit by car in northeast Albuquerque.
CYFD workers placed on leave following boy's death.
Woman claims yogurt sample tainted with bodily fluids. Another day at Casa de Juan Oso.
Student loans blamed for downturn in freshman mental health.
Taco Bell launches ad campaign to defend beef.
Woman who says she is gay faces deportation from Britain to Uganda, where, of course, they shoot gay people. Britain says she is not gay.
Hawaii bill would grant access to Obama's birth records. Effort to stop dumb ass birthers.
Shit hitting the fan in Egypt.
V.19 No.45 |
The Daily Word 11.12.10: Police Shooting, assertive Chinese people, sex toy attack
By John Bear [ Thu Nov 11 2010 11:41 PM ]
Albuquerque Police shoot 14th person in 2010.
Guy who killed self after botched bank robbery was corrections officer.
Burglary suspect got arrested at bar called The Alibi.
Other guy gets shot, finishes sandwich.
Nasa, Pentagon say mystery plume was jet, not missile.
Assertive people in China run risk of being committed.
Amazon no longer selling guide for pedophiles.
But they are still selling pictures of naked pre-pubescent girls.
George W. Bush killed sister's fish with vodka. Jerk.
Woman arrested for attacking cop with sex toy.
V.19 No.43 | 10/28/2010
The Daily Word 10.27.10: Grave-digging bears, doomed vertebrates, Albuquerque explodes, all cops quit
By Laura Marrich [ Wed Oct 27 2010 1:45 PM ]
Sandia Labs is testing explosives today; expect black smoke and loud booms any minute now.
Mora County sheriff’s deputy found passed out in his patrol car.
In other law enforcement news, every cop in town quits after gunmen shower a Mexican police headquarters with bullets.
Democrats are actually outspending Replicans this time around.
You cannot cook Jamie Oliver's “30-Minute Meals” in 30 minutes.
Rand Paul supporter dudes beat up a MoveOn volunteer lady.
One-fifth of vertebrates may be doomed.
Arctic bears are eating corpses from Russian graveyards .
The world’s first organic milk rap.
Vaya con Dios, former Argentine president Kirchner.
V.19 No.15 | 4/15/2010
Odds & Ends
By Devin D. O’Leary
Dateline: Denmark—Warehouse staff at the Carlsberg brewery in Copenhagen staged a series of walkouts last week in protest of a new company policy limiting beer-drinking at work to just lunch breaks. Jens Bekke, a spokesperson for Carlsberg, told England’s Sky News, “We think times have changed and we need an alcohol policy that is accepted by society—93 percent of Danish companies have an alcohol policy.” Last Wednesday, beers were removed from all refrigerators at the brewery. “The only place you can get a beer in future,” said Bekke, “is in the canteen at lunch.” In response, 800 workers walked off the job. By Thursday, at least 250 remained off the job. The Confederation of Danish Industry and trade union 3F agreed the strike was illegal and would impose fines on workers. Although warehouse staff is now on the wagon, drivers for the brewery are still allowed “up to three” beers a day outside of lunch hours. According to Bekke, alcohol locks on Carlsberg’s delivery trucks prevent the drivers from drinking too much and getting behind the wheel.
V.18 No.50 | 12/10/2009
Marked for Justice
“Steven Seagal: Lawman” on A&E
By Devin D. O’Leary
On the list of all-time crimefighting debacles, I’d say hiring Steven Seagal to headline his own cop reality show ranks somewhere between giving guns and badges to Erik Estrada, La Toya Jackson and Wee Man on CBS’ aborted “Armed & Famous” and the four Police Academy movies that didn’t star Steve Guttenberg.
V.18 No.31 | 7/30/2009
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