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V.23 No.15 | 4/10/2014

Odds & Ends

By Devin D. O’Leary
From Denmark to Germany, it’s funny because it happened to someone else.

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The Daily Word in Joe Arpaio, Chris Stevens, Susanna Martinez, Paul Watson, and Lynette

Rio Arriba County residents comment on Sheriff's department's shorter business hours.

Games, food and safety.

"The Mad Men effect."

A Valencia County man is mad at Governor Martinez and some cows.

"This is Jail, get over it."

In Denmark, public transportation is completely awesome.

Eco-fugitive Paul Watson is hiding out somewhere at sea.

Collection of the "Rahm Emanuel likes Nickelback" dude's protest signs.

Latest on the "Innocence of Muslims" video, backlash, and weirdness.

How the restricting of the "Innocence of Muslims" video in some countries demonstrates web-firms' role in free speech and censorship.

Anyone can make a "reply-all" goof.

Someone stole the strategic maple syrup reserve!

"This Man Beats Women" advisory on Chris Brown CDs.

Record-setting tightrope-walkers did it without a net.

Anthrax-tainted heroin in the U.K.

Gallery of "On The Road" book covers.

Lynette from "Shit 'Burquenos Say" is now working for UNM.

On this day in 1965, Lost in Space premiered.

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The Daily Word in Sandler sweeps, brand new Beatles and Mega Millions unclaimed

Seven dead and three wounded as a gunman opens fire at Oikos University in Oakland.

The offspring of John, Paul, George and Ringo hint at a new version of the Beatles.

According to polls, Denmark is the happiest country in the world.

Meanwhile, a survey finds that 33 is the happiest age to be.

I’d consider finding an original Picasso for $14 at a thrift store money well spent.

James Murdoch steps down from his post as BSkyB chairman in light of hacking scandals.

Kentucky defeats Kansas 67-59 for their eighth NCAA national title.

Not one of the three Mega Millions jackpot winners have stepped up to claim their prize.

Adam Sandler’s Jack and Jill swept all 10 categories it was nominated for at the Razzies, an awards show for awful movies.

George Zimmerman is ready to turn himself in if charged with the murder of Trayvon Martin.

The first glimpse of Tarantino’s Django Unchained.

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The Daily Word in look-a-likes, female PMs and

Plus, a planet with two suns!

Denmark just elected its first female prime minister.

Stud Finder, by xkcd.

DNA test being done to see if Santa Fe mom's son is really a missing boy from 2000.

Florida cable guy exposes himself and masturbates in client's living room, police say.

Meet some Stanford genius hackers and code writers.

China's buying up gold, perhaps to weaken the U.S. dollar.

Can this tiny college in the Catskills annihilate the economy?

Texas inmate receives stay of execution from the Supreme Court because testimony at his trial may have been racist.

Scientists discover the first planet that is definitely orbiting two stars.

The changing face of atheism.

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The Daily Word with AIDS Cures, North Pole Takeovers, Kids Named “Like”

Iran is building missle launch bases in Venezuela.

The HIV “immunity gene” may have cured this 45-year-old man of AIDS.

Mitt Romney raises a cool $10 million in eight hours for his presidential campaign.

Get the hell out, Santa; Denmark plans to claim the North Pole.

Remember that ridiculous McDonald’s beating video? Two of the teens have been charged with hate crimes.

A California bill could allow parents to edit their children’s Facebook pages.

...And this Facebook-addicted couple names their baby “Like.” Wow.

There are other ways to show your best friend you care instead of decapitating him with a chainsaw

Seth MacFarlane plans to reboot “The Flinstones.”

Arnold Schwarzenegger admits to fathering a child with his household staffer.

Albuquerque City Council took no action to extend a red light camera contract with Redflex.

Let’s all mourn the death of the world’s oldest panda. She was 34!

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