V.20 No.33 |
The Daily Word 8.22.11 likes Antarctic ice flow, robo-poopers, famous dolphins, and more.
By E.J. Maliskas [ Mon Aug 22 2011 9:23 AM ]
NASA space research leads to first complete map of ice flow in Antarctica.
Expo New Mexico events manager charged with child solicitation.
Gang of young Albuquerque vandals arrested and accused of disobeying their parents.
Sarah Palin gets last chance to enter presidential race.
Awww. Winter the dolphin with her prosthetic tail finally gets the the fame she deserves.
The Debut of RoboDump 1.0 (yes, the 'dump' stands for what you think it does).
Florida police arrest a man outside of a McDonald's for popping his own back zits in public.
Lots of quotes from different rock songs to make your day a little wiser.
Man in a flowered dress and whitey tighties on his head robs a Texas convenience store.
Travel agents tell funny stories about stupid people.
61-year-old lifegaurd sues state after getting fired for refusing to wear a speedo.
Japanese iPhone users will soon be able to get sophisticated earthquake alerts.
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