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V.25 No.15 | 04/14/2016

The Daily Word in Mindful Cops, Time Space Distortions and Inky's Escape

By Joshua Lee [ Sun Apr 17 2016 8:35 AM ]
The Daily Word

Inky the octopus managed to pull off a daring escape from a New Zealand aquarium by squeezing through a gap at the top of his tank and slithering eight feet across the floor to a drain pipe that led to the ocean. Gangsta!

New Mexican's Steve Terrell tells us how the state's Republicans are embracing the idea of legal pot. I have to go knock wood real quick and throw a salt shaker over my shoulder with my fingers and toes crossed. Excuse me.

NASA has publicly stated that so-called “Planet 9” is not affecting the orbit of the Cassini space probe. Nevertheless, everyone in the tin-foil hat community already knows it's the long-awaited return of Niburu, the rogue planet. And aliens.


Holly Holm threw out the first pitch at yesterday's Isotopes game as part of a fund-raising event for the Boys and Girls club. No one is blaming the loss of the team's winning streak on her outside pitch. No one.

Check out these Canadian cops meditating. That's right. Peel Regional Police are trying out some new training methods. Somebody needs to pass this on to APD.

A dark matter dwarf galaxy was discovered hiding inside a space time distortion. If you understood that sentence, you might be a character from a bad sci-fi novel.

Still reeling from two violent earthquakes, some Japanese residents were surprised to find their streets filling up with a mysterious foam.

Check out these two assholes claiming to be APD and kicking in a person's door before robbing them. Both men were armed and brazen as hell. There's some pretty good shots of the creeps, so take a look and see if you know them.

By Joshua Lee [ Sun Apr 17 2016 8:35 AM ]
The Daily Word

Inky the octopus managed to pull off a daring escape from a New Zealand aquarium by squeezing through a gap at the top of his tank and slithering eight feet across the floor to a drain pipe that led to the ocean. Gangsta!

New Mexican's Steve Terrell tells us how the state's Republicans are embracing the idea of legal pot. I have to go knock wood real quick and throw a salt shaker over my shoulder with my fingers and toes crossed. Excuse me.

NASA has publicly stated that so-called “Planet 9” is not affecting the orbit of the Cassini space probe. Nevertheless, everyone in the tin-foil hat community already knows it's the long-awaited return of Niburu, the rogue planet. And aliens.


Holly Holm threw out the first pitch at yesterday's Isotopes game as part of a fund-raising event for the Boys and Girls club. No one is blaming the loss of the team's winning streak on her outside pitch. No one.

Check out these Canadian cops meditating. That's right. Peel Regional Police are trying out some new training methods. Somebody needs to pass this on to APD.

A dark matter dwarf galaxy was discovered hiding inside a space time distortion. If you understood that sentence, you might be a character from a bad sci-fi novel.

Still reeling from two violent earthquakes, some Japanese residents were surprised to find their streets filling up with a mysterious foam.

Check out these two assholes claiming to be APD and kicking in a person's door before robbing them. Both men were armed and brazen as hell. There's some pretty good shots of the creeps, so take a look and see if you know them.

V.24 No.18 | 04/30/2015

news

UNM Nepalese Student Association Hosts Vigil, Fundraiser

By Samantha Anne Carrillo [ Thu Apr 30 2015 9:31 AM ]
The Nepalese community of New Mexico and the Nepalese Student Association host a candlelight vigil and fundraising event tonight at UNM.
V.24 No.18 | 4/30/2015

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The Daily Word in murder trials, police brutality and devastation in Nepal

By Constance Moss [ Mon Apr 27 2015 11:00 AM ]
The Daily Word

A devastating earthquake in Nepal has left the death toll at over 4,000 and rising.

It also sparked an avalanche on Mount Everest.

Other natural disasters around the world this weekend included a giant tornado in Texas, heavy rains and flooding in Pakistan, killing dozens, and volcanic ash blanketing the Chilean town of Ensenada.

Russian hackers have been reading the President's emails.

The mastermind behind Silk Road is being charged in the overdose deaths of six customers.

McDonald's expects to have closed at least 700 stores by the end of 2015.

The James Holmes murder trial is set to begin today, almost three years after the mass shooting occurred in a Colorado movie theater.

In other Colorado news, mayhem erupted at a carnival in Colorado Springs over the weekend.

This APD Officer has a lot of explaining to do.

V.24 No.17 | 04/23/2015
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News

Nepal Earthquakes Evoke Memories and Call for Action

By August March [ Sun Apr 26 2015 6:58 PM ]
August March remembers Nepal and considers recent earthquakes' impact on the region.
V.23 No.35 | 8/28/2014

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The Daily Word in earthquakes, butter knives and rattlesnakes

By Carl Petersen [ Tue Aug 26 2014 12:57 PM ]
The Daily Word

California’s latest earthquake spilled a lot of fancy wine.

Rest in peace, Richard Attenborough.

Fugitives should think twice about taking the Ice Bucket Challenge.

Suge Knight was shot at Chris Brown’s pre-VMA party. And then there was a video awards thing.

A new butter knife can spread hard butter.

Finally, there’s a USB cable that plugs in either way.

China is developing a super-sonic submarine.

New Mexico extends its luke-warm welcome to the uninvited Mojave rattler.

Two suspects were arrested in connection with shots fired at the Cottages.

An APD standoff at Bank of America near Nob Hill ended peacefully.

Happy birthday, Billy Ray Cyrus.

V.22 No.15 |

news

The Daily Word in Alamogordo's Africanized bees, rat-sized snails, a cow infestation and boobs

Remembering the Dingo Bar

By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Apr 16 2013 8:25 AM ]
The Daily Word

The Department of Corrections wants to move their Albuquerque-area parole office from Nob Hill to the Plaza Maya building downtown.

Alamogordo is a haven for Africanized, "killer" bees.

There's a cow problem in Rio Rancho.

There are rat-sized, tire-eating, meningitis-spreading SNAILS in Miami-Dade county.

Here's a link to the Boston Herald coverage of the marathon bombs. Here is a summary of what we actually know at this time.

A Marine helicopter crashed near the border of North Korea.

A large earthquake occurred in the border region of Pakistan and Iran.

One of the founders of Pirate Bay has been charged with hacking into a bank.

Important revelations from a French scientist on the necessity of bras and their relation to boob firmness.

It's "Michele Bachmann is a kook" time again.

Calling this a "phone" doesn't seem right.

Tycho Brahe's nose. And his moose.

Remembering Albuquerque's Dingo Bar.

20 years ago this month the demolition of Kowloon Walled City began.

V.21 No.50 | 12/13/2012

news

The Daily Word in selling Twinkies, poop coffee and Grammy snubs

By B.L. Brennan [ Fri Dec 7 2012 10:38 AM ]
The Daily Word

US job growth picked up in November.

Changes have been made to Bernalillo county animal law.

Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen welcome baby girl.

Who wants a a steaming hot cup of really expensive elephant poop coffee?

Man who lost $20,000 in drug money, asks police for excuse note to prevent the cartel from killing him.

In the spirit of Christmas, here are some tips to avoid giving a gift that will later be returned.

Grieving father writes 14-song tribute album for missing daughter.

High magnitude earthquake hits northeast Japan.

Following the demise of Hostess, Burque residents have started selling Twinkies on Craigslist.

The Biebs didn’t get a single Grammy nomination.

Nurse involved in Kate Middleton prank call found dead.

This years top most perfectly timed photos.

V.21 No.49 | 12/6/2012

news

The Daily Word in the Octomom, earthquakes and Marley’s Mellow Mood.

By Nick Brown [ Tue Dec 4 2012 10:25 AM ]
The Daily Word

Iran captured an American drone, it claims.

An earthquake rocked Anchorage.

News Corp. is shutting down its iPad newspaper, The Daily.

Shakira’s ex-boyfriend is suing her for $100 million.

A magician’s hair caught on fire.

Asperger’s disorder is no longer a psychiatric diagnosis.

Unborn babies battle in the womb.

The Czechs indicted Lamb of God’s singer on manslaughter charges.

There will be no apocalypse, Russians claim.

Spiders are getting bigger.

Cats eat pizza.

Animals yawn.

Denver’s UFOs might just be bugs.

James Bond is everywhere.

Celebrity tattoo artist Kat Von D has a stalker.

Marley’s Mellow Mood made kids sick.

Octomom's porn video was nominated for four AVN awards.

A Deming deputy shot himself.

Somebody was watching porn in a former cop’s house.

Look for stolen cars at the Motel 6 on Alameda.

Happy birthday Fred Armisen.

Thanks to Chris Johnson, Constance Moss and Susan Petersen for the link help.

V.21 No.45 | 11/8/2012

news

The Daily Word in election hangovers, papel picado, Canuck art

By Margaret Wright [ Wed Nov 7 2012 12:07 PM ]
The Daily Word

State election results, unofficially.

Nate Silver FTW.

Are super-PACs in fact just big, fat money pits?

A 7.5-magnitude earthquake jolted our neighbors to the south.

Big gains for gay marriage equality yesterday...

... but it was a " dark day" for FetishMovies.com and friends.

New Hampshire elected an all-female delegation to Congress.

Indian country victories.

Status quo.

This is your brain. This is your brain on weed.

One of many third party bummers.

GMO labels fail in California.

"Below the pagoda a spontaneous, medieval army was massing."

Newspapers are still useful.

The worst.

Lookout!

Mass MoCA is too far away.

V.21 No.37 | 9/13/2012
http://www.actalliance.org/stories/chile-earthquake-and-tsunami-damage

dreams

Rowdy’s Dream Blog #266: There has been an earthquake during the night.

By Brutus De Cervantes [ Mon Sep 17 2012 3:28 PM ]

I wake up, get out of bed and leave the bedroom. As I close the door, I notice that it's crooked. I look at the east wall and it's full of cracks. I wake G. She pushes a hole right through the wall with her hand. There has been an earthquake during the night. She proceeds to push the whole wall down. Bricks begin to fall everywhere and I tell her to look out. Outside, I joke with the other displaced neighbors: "We're all producers, but this is just shit." My observation falls flat.

V.21 No.25 |

News

The Daily Word in $3 gas, dirty veggies and peaceful Iceland

By Marisa Demarco [ Fri Jun 22 2012 8:03 AM ]
The Daily Word

Firefighters gain the upper hand in the Bosque.

Taliban attacks a hotel in Kabul.

Gas might go back down to $3 per gallon.

The Sandusky jury deliberates without hearing accusations from his foster son.

The highest temperatures on record in the U.S.

Dirty dozen list shows fruits and veggies with the most pesticides.

Police officers in Santa Fe who lie or participate in sexual misconduct can be fired immediately under a new policy.

What has come true from Blade Runner?

Find out where the rich keep their private islands.

Denham Fouts inspired his lovers and benefactors with cool disinterest.

Iceland is the most peaceful country in the world.

Cat shreds despite earthquake.

Science. It's a girl thing. Like sexiness and makeup.

The British Monarchy is hiring.

V.21 No.21 |

News

The Daily Word in Mi Vida Loca, close calls and deep sea treasure

By Margaret Wright [ Tue May 29 2012 8:57 AM ]
The Daily Word

Egypt’s polarized runoff election continues to heat up.

A damaging earthquake in Italy is the second to hit the country in 10 days.

Western countries increase diplomatic pressure on Syria’s president Bashar al-Assad in the wake of civilian massacre.

Johnny Tapia’s New York Times obituary.

Miguel Abeyta, 72, thwarts his wife’s would-be purse snatcher.

The Whitewater-Baldy Complex fire is still zero percent contained, and growing.

The Trust for America’s Health named New Mexico the
riskiest state in the country for leading in the number of preventable deaths.

A new poll shows Martin Heinrich and Heather Wilson leading the race for Jeff Bingaman’s vacant senate seat, while Eric Griego and Michelle Lujan-Grisham appear to be in a dead heat for the 1st Congressional District.

Zombie-averse residents in Miami witnessed a “growling cannibal” on an overpass before he was fatally shot by police.

The virus infecting Iranian computers is called “Flame,” and it’s part of a sophisticated cyberespionage project.

Ancient Roman shipwrecks were discovered in deep waters.

It won’t be long before you, too, can assemble your own underwater robot.

V.20 No.44 |

NEWS

The Daily Word in earthquakes, British rubberneckers, Occupy Wall St. and 1960's monkey head transplants.

By Geoffrey Plant [ Sun Nov 6 2011 9:31 AM ]
The Daily Word

Record breaking earthquake in Oklahoma caused massive bird flight.

Modern samurai slices things with his sword. Including a bb 4:40 minutes into the video.

Rubberneckering may have caused a huge accident on the M5 in England.

Which one of these arrested prostitutes offered sex for beer?

Documentary about the 1960's monkey head transplant experiments.

Excellent Washington Post column reminds us how the financial crisis happened.

There are two kinds of Occupy protesters in this world.

1981 termination documentary: After The Axe.


On this day in 1975, Sex Pistols played their first show. According to attending journalist Nick Kent, their set consisted of playing The Stooges' No Fun over and over.

It's always fun to watch the Sex Pistols nearly get killed playing No Fun in Texas!

V.20 No.42 |

news

The Daily Word in Rail Runner hikes, more Gaddafi death videos, no KFC for Travolta

By Sam Adams [ Fri Oct 21 2011 9:14 AM ]
The Daily Word

Rail Runner raising fares in 45 days.

No lunch in Texas prisons on weekends.

New video of a bloody Gaddafi being dragged about challenges preliminary reports as to the nature of his death.

Two minor quakes hit the Bay Area same day as earthquake preparedness drills take place.

Travolta denied reservation at KFC while in UK for a Scientology conference.

Somebody was making fake checks in the Northeast Heights.

Rangers rally to tie World Series in dramatic fashion.

Lindsay Lohan show's up for community service at the L.A. County morgue, which, by the way, sells some awesome merch.

Seattle Hertz branch axes 25 Somali Muslims for length of prayer breaks.

Breaking down the ownership laws for exotic pets in lieu of the Ohio fiasco.

Cain makes changes to 9-9-9.

Ralph Montoya gets 25 years for murder of UNM professor and his girlfriend.

Murdoch ponies up $3.2 million for phone hack of murdered 13-year-old.

N.M. senators propose expansion of area in which Mexican nationals can visit in the state for a 30-day period.

Shaq cleared in kidnapping lawsuit.


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