V.23 No.6 |
The Daily Word in Albuquerque laser strikes, the fake Bigfoot and the real (crying) Shia LeBeouf
By Ty Bannerman [ Wed Feb 12 2014 8:31 AM ]
Finally, all the journalism about the greatest rags-
Bueno Foods has announced a recall of its frozen green chile. Thousands of journalists struggle to not type the words "no bueno" into their headlines. Some fail.
After three years of clockwork freak-outs about it, the House quietly raised the debt ceiling "without condition" last night. Somehow, the world still hasn't ended.
Hey Albuquerque! Stop pointing laser beams at airplanes! It's all fun and games until you blind a pilot and they crash into the Simms Building.
Shia LaBeouf's new hobby is sitting in a dark room with a bag over his head, crying with strangers.
V.21 No.7 |
The Daily Word in Sheriff Joe, the Governor needs a hairdresser and the Death Star IRL
By Tom Nayder [ Wed Feb 22 2012 8:11 AM ]
The Supreme Court will review
R.I.P. journalist Marie Colvin, killed in Syria.
Nuclear inspectors kicked out of Iran.
Elliot Spitzer explains why Mitt Romney's campaign is collapsing.
Gov. Martinez' hair stylist refuses to cut her hair until she changes her stance on gay marriage.
Indiana lawmaker says Girl Scouts are a "radicalized organization" promoting "homosexual lifestyles."
Sheriff Joe Arpaio to release the results of his investigation into President Obama's birth certificate.
Georgia Democrats proposing vasectomy limitations in response to proposed abortion prohibitions.
Producer for "Amazing Race" found dead in Uganda.
Fox News needs a new chart designer.
Waterworld found by the Hubble telescope.
14-year-old about to graduate from college. WHO ARE YOU TRYING TO IMPRESS?
One of the nine disembodied feet discovered on Vancouver shore has been identified.
Long list of ancient computers still being used.
This San Juan Mountain Bigfoot footage "appears" to be authentic.
How many gigs of data does your vibrator hold?
Don't fall for these brainwashing techniques!
Lemmy doesn't want you to buy the $600 Motörhead box set even though it comes with a sweet chrome skull.
A bunch of economic students figured out how much it would cost to build a Death Star.
No one ever likes Worf's dumb ideas on Star Trek TNG.
Have you been looking for a new squirrel recipe?
V.20 No.9 | 3/3/2011
Do You Have a Chupacabra?
Take the Alibi quiz
By Benjamin Radford
It seems that every few months a chupacabra makes news somewhere. Maybe it’s a bunch of dead goats found on some rural Texas ranch. Maybe it’s a weird, hairless quadruped sighted along Coors. Descriptions of the chupacabra vary widely, and if you find a weird, dead animal in your backyard or on your ranch, how do you know if it’s a chupacabra?
V.19 No.28 | 7/15/2010
Life on the Loch
The lonely hunt for truth and monsters
By Benjamin Radford
Steve Feltham’s eyes and smile grow wide when the subject of the Loch Ness monsters comes up. “I think they’re out there, certainly,” he says, though he adds with a hint of sadness that it may not be true for much longer. He estimates there are probably a half-dozen creatures left in the lake (down from dozens in earlier eras) and will be fewer each passing year: “Sightings have declined. They’re gradually dropping off of old age, I think.”
V.18 No.36 | 9/3/2009
Cryptid Alert! Polish Yeti Ogles Bikini Babe.
By Nick Brown [ Tue Sep 1 2009 4:49 PM ]
19-year-old cootie model Justyna Folger was innocently wobbling around in a dirty old brook while a lecherous freund secretly videotaped her bottom. Suddenly, a yeti occurred. Do you see the yeti? Um. Kinda, I guess.
Sandra Cisneros Exhibition Tour at National Hispanic Cultural Center
Author of The House on Mango Street shares her thoughts and perspectives about both her own writing and the exhibit.
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