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V.19 No.50 | 12/16/2010
The Daily Word 12.09.10: Gov. Richardson, Slim Thug, Oprah
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Dec 9 2010 10:47 AM ]
The Dream Act passed the House last night and got tabled in the Senate today. Dems are stalling to try and gather the votes.
Gov. Richardson’s going to North Korea.
10 weirdest new animals of 2010.
Hackers threaten amazon.com in defense of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
Slim Thug on a plane diverted to Albuquerque because another passenger tried to jump out. Slim Thug Tweets need for sympathy sex due to the ordeal.
$10,000 gasoline heist in Bernalillo caught on tape.
Investigators tell a strange and sad story of ritualized sexual abuse in the East Mountains.
The worst bathroom in N.Y.C.
London tuition protests grow violent.
House Dems reject tax cut deal struck by President Obama.
Some chaplains may resign if Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell is repealed.
Another case of parking tickets on a car with a dead body inside.
Howard Stren goes on and on and on. For at least five more years on Sirius.
Oprah’s not even a little bit lesbian.
Tipping has little to do with quality of service.
V.19 No.46 | 11/18/2010
The Daily Word 11.11.10: R.I.P. Dino De Laurentiis, Gov. Martinez, Bernie Madoff’s boxers
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Nov 11 2010 11:41 AM ]
Today is Veterans Day, and veterans make up 20 percent of our homeless population.
Brain-damaged troops are often re-deployed.
Help homeless female veterans tonight at Andaluz.
A Pentagon study concludes that there’s little risk in ending Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.
Six more medical marijuana producers approved by the Department of Health.
Martinez says she’ll fire political appointees shifting into civil service jobs.
And she’ll sell the state’s jet, even if she has to do it at a loss. (Also, Heather Wilson is heading up her transition team.)
APS won’t ask students about their immigration status.
Bed bugs back in Burque.
Peggy of Maryland becomes king of a village in Ghana.
Marilyn Monroe’s stuffing recipe.
Dino De Laurentiis died. R.I.P., scary little film producer.
L.A.’s Hollywood eating club. Horse tacos come up.
Be a part of history. Buy Bernie Madoff’s boxers Saturday.
V.19 No.37 |
The Daily Word 09.22.10: Ninja Attack, Donkey Kong, Your Neighbor Is A Terrorist
By Tom Nayder [ Wed Sep 22 2010 8:41 AM ]
The Senate fails to repeal Don't Ask, Don't Tell.
President Obama's top economic advisor is quitting.
Someone from a Georgia Republican Senator's office posted some homophobic comments on a gay rights blog.
The best headline I've ever read: Axe-Wielding Ninja Robs Jewelry Store
Is New Mexico's recession over yet?
Denver Broncos rookie Kenny McKinley kills himself.
Governor Richardson is selling his junk.
Did you miss the big fight behind the bleachers? Watch it on Youtube.
Four-year-old finds a used condom in a hotel room, now has herpes.
Megachurch Bishop ironically accused of coercing young men into sex.
Twelve-year-old killed by train because his iPod was too loud.
(HOORAY?) The newest Vatican scandal doesn't involve pedophiles.
Steve Wiebe reclaims the world record Donkey Kong high score.
Egyptian newspaper photoshop fail.
Lil Wayne's classy new album has a classy song called Gonorrhea.
By the time hipsters bring designer milk to Albuquerque, it will be out of style.
My neighbor may be an asshole with a dog that never stops barking, but that doesn't make him a terrorist.
Fossil treasure trove discovered in California.
Newspaper in Minnesota publishes a racist joke.
What do you think of Burger King's new breakfast items?
Someone cracked the DRM that protects Blueray, HDMI and HD transmission video. What does that mean for your pirate friends?
It's National Bourbon Heritage Month. Are we drunk yet?
Happy birthday Michael Faraday!!!
V.19 No.4 |
The Daily Word 02.03.10: Don't Ask Don't Tell, Alien Overlords, White History Month
By Tom Nayder [ Wed Feb 3 2010 8:01 AM ]
Underwear Bomber Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab is said to be cooperating with his FBI interrogators.
Authorities say gangs are now using Twitter and Facebook, (I smell the plot for sixth season of The Wire).
A woman in Pennsylvania is on trial for selling 'gothic' cats complete with neck and ear piercings.
This guy in Farmington wants to create a White History Month. Don't get upset, I'm sure he's got plenty of black friends.
Why didn't anyone tell me the Hubble Space Telescope took a picture of our eventual alien overlords?
Bill Watterson, the reclusive creator of Calvin and Hobbes gave his first interview in over 20 years.
What happens when you complain at a fast-food restaurant?
Here's some pretty sweet stop-motion animation.
I bet the cast of thirtysomething looks pretty old now.
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