The Daily Word in Doritos Roulette, Sarah Palin opened her mouth and Insane Clown Posse fans are a "gang"
A Mason Jar exploded in the Jemez Mountains.
New Mexico made the top of another list, this time for slowest internet speeds in the nation.
Obama is asking Congress for 4 million dollars to help deal with all the unaccompanied immigrant children crossing the US-Mexico border.
Insane Clown Posse's lawsuit over their "gang" status was tossed out.
"Doctor Death" Jack Kevorkian's Deathmobile (a bubble window VW microbus, a real deathtrap!) was purchased from a Detroit pawnshop.
One fifth of Detroit is slated for demolition.
Three new species of mushroom were found in a package of dried mushrooms from China.
If you live in Canada you can try the new Doritos flavor: "Doritos Roulette".
The Daily Word in Operation Rescue, a Rally To Denounce Terror and Russian Pastafarians
RIP Elmore Leonard
The late-term abortion ban proposal will not be on the ballot during Albuquerque's next election. This article explains how unpopular "voter initiated" measures are often passed anyway by a highly organized minority.
Local physicians, midwives, mothers and members of the Jewish community are holding a "rally to denounce terror" on Civic Plaza today at noon, protesting the tactics of anti-abortion group Operation Rescue.
How one anti-abortion group is trying to intimidate physicians and clinics who provide women's reproductive health services.
Radioactive water is leaking out of Fukishima again.
Former ruler of Pakistan Pervez Musharraf has been charged with murdering Pakistan's former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto.
Russian police busted an unlawful gathering of Pastafarians last Sunday.
Ratt and Dokken nearly went the way of Skynyrd this past weekend.
The Daily Word in hand grenades, stalking, massive wall
Former Congressional candidate Gary Smith spent the night in jail with charges of stalking a former rival.
Two hand grenades have been found in checked baggage in the past week at Albuquerque's airport.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett is suing the NCAA over sanctions imposed over Penn State in the Jerry Sandusky scandal.
Murder in Rio Arriba County appears to be payback for a stolen PlayStation.
New rule makes it easier for immigrants to gain U.S. citizenship if they have immediate family who are already citizens.
Sandy Hook students return to classes for the first time today at a new school.
Starbucks to sell reusable plastic cups at a dollar apiece and will offer discounts on coffee when customers bring them in.
Israel finally finished their ridiculously huge, nearly impenetrable wall at the border to Egypt.
I would so eat a Cool Ranch Doritos taco.
Finally, a taco that makes you cough
The Taco Bell / Doritos hybrid—a match made in heaven? The only real question here is: What took them so long?
Last night after consuming two powerful beers, I had a sober friend roll me up to the drive through at the neighborhood TB. The wait was long, and in apology, a worker gave me a coupon. I wonder if it will be good in three years, because that’s about the rate at which I consume Taco Bell.
For the uninitiated, the orange taco shell on this thing is coated with Doritos cheese powder. Unfortunately, with every bite, a fine powder disperses into the air in your mouth. Somehow, as you begin to inhale it a little between bites, this causes some unsightly coughing. Perhaps my shell was not assembled correctly or had too much cheese powder. Upon completion, my lips hurt a bit from the salt. They were puckered and sore.
It should be noted that despite the physical pain, I did eat the taco in its entirety.
Let me break this down according to the Marisa Measure of Food:
Cheap or expensive? Cheap. Very cheap. Under $2.
Soggy or not soggy? A little soggy toward the end in the meeting point between meat-like product and shell
Hot or not hot? Not hot. (Taco Bell is potentially the only fast food chain in Albuquerque that does not serve green chile.)
The Daily Word in Dorito-sprinkled graves, grave-robbed guitars, and lolspeak Shakespeare
A lawsuit against Obama’s health reform law is headed to the Supreme Court.
A cemetery worker steals a $2,000 Fender Telecaster from an Army vet’s casket.
“The L Word” actress Leisha Hailey is kicked off a Southwest Airlines flight for kissing her girlfriend.
Sly Stone, of Sly and the Family Stone fame, is homeless and living in a van.
Doritos will be sprinkled over their creator’s grave, Arch West.
Ice cream shop mascot, or KKK member? You be the judge.
Postal workers plan to rally this afternoon at Civic Plaza to save the U.S. Postal Service.
The Complete Works of William Shakespeare are being translated into lolspeak.
Read up on the mysterious laws of Cat Physics.
Happy Birthday, Wilford Brimley!
The Daily Word: Fatal APD Shooting, Gary Johnson For President, New Beastie Boys
Another day, another fatal APD shooting.
Former Gov. Gary Johnson is expected to announce his presidential bid soon.
I bet you didn't know that President Obama had brain surgery.
Utah Republican's cut unemployment insurance to motivate people to get back to work.
More bodies found on Long Island beaches.
Mom drives car into river, killing herself and her three children.
School in Chicago bans homemade lunches.
Congress removes rocky mountain wolf from endangered species list.
The title of this video is: Fat Security Guard Goes Crazy On Skaters.
Have you heard this new Beastie Boy's song yet?
Navy successfully tests new death ray.
Record Store Day is this Saturday.
How organic labels trick your brain.
Jerry Lawson, inventor of the video game cartridge died this weekend.
A complete guide to who's
ruining remaking your favorite comedies.
How to avoid dancing with people.
Don't buy one of these infinite capacity hard drives.
Taco Bell is testing nacho-flavored Doritos as taco shells!
Pictures from last week's Monsterpalooza.
Denny's has the best pancakes … and fights.