V.23 No.21 | 5/22/2014
The Daily Word in Mick Jagger, the Rubik’s Cube and urine.
By Carl Petersen [ Mon May 19 2014 10:15 AM ]
As I always suspected, urine is not sterile.
Brad Pitt tosses a beer to Matthew McConaughey.
Don’t blow smoke up my ass.
Happy birthday, Rubik’s Cube.
Rest in peace, Jerry Vale.
People were surprised to see an elephant on the beach in Florida.
There is a Route 66 revitalization plan.
Starting in October, Southwest Airlines will no longer have to stop in Albuquerque.
Silver Alerts have been issued for two area senior citizens.
Suzie, did you make some guy eat a habeñero?
Happy birthday to Andre the Giant.
V.21 No.29 | 7/19/2012
The Daily Word in prosthetic limbs, London cabbies and Tim Tebow
By Adam Fox [ Tue Jul 17 2012 10:26 AM ]
Hillary Clinton warns about a potential terrorist haven in Sinai.
Mark Hamill says Mitt Romney is “not actually human.” You’d have to think Luke Skywalker has an eye for that sort of thing.
Meanwhile, the Obama campaign likens Mitt Romney to Batman supervillain Bane. Bain. Bane. Get it?
The FDA approves the first drug to reduce the risk of HIV infection.
Michael Johnson thinks runners with prosthetic limbs have an unfair advantage.
Hundreds of London cabbies protest the 30 miles of “Olympic Games Lanes.”
Yet another sign 2012 may very well be end times; church groups plan pilgrimages to the Jets’ training camp to see Tim Tebow.
Prostitutes are wreaking havoc on dozens of street signs in New Zealand.
The Albuquerque Police Department reveals mobile surveillance trailers to assist SWAT situations.
I had no idea I needed this Legend of Zelda key holder so badly.
It might pay to complain to DirecTV about their dropping of Viacom’s channels.
Marissa Mayer has been named Yahoo’s new CEO. She became Google’s first female engineer back in 1999.
Happy Birthday, David Hasselhoff!
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