V.21 No.48 |
The Daily Word in Syria, Tumblr takeover, text message birthday
By E.J. Maliskas [ Mon Dec 3 2012 9:32 AM ]
Clinton warns Syria not to cross the "red line."
Tumblr is currently being bombarded by a massive worm that spreads hateful anti-Tumblr messages.
ENMU toilet paper bandit repents and apologizes for his misconduct by sending the school 80 new rolls of two-ply.
Suspect on his way to jail for drug trafficking tried to hide evidence in deputy's car.
Obama's stimulus spending plan has Republicans "flabbergasted."
20 years ago today, the first text message was sent.
The iPhone 5 is headed out to 50 more countries.
According to former Chief Public Safety Officer Pete Dinelli, APD's problems can be blamed on Mayor Berry.
North Korea's at it again with the whole trying-
William and Kate are expecting a wee one.
Canadian woman says she survived a shooting by her ex-boyfriend because of her breast implants.
V.21 No.39 | 9/27/2012
The Daily Word in sketchy refereeing, Biebs stealing the show, underwater street-viewing
By E.J. Maliskas [ Wed Sep 26 2012 10:09 AM ]
Ann Romney chats with Leno about prejudice and emergency plane-landings.
Curiosity rover completes its first mission on Mars.
High-profile New Mexico felon Daniel Martinez has been arrested again on violation of probation.
The Princess Bride actors and actresses then and now.
The NFL replacement referee controversy continues.
The Biebs saves the day.
NMSU professor is studying the effects of recent drought on chile crops.
Planning a trip to the great blue? Don’t forgot to check out Google’s new underwater street view.
Participants of the 2012 European Beard and Moustache Championships in eastern France.
ENMU braces for NCAA punishment in wake of student-athlete eligibility issues.
Apologies to the queen.
New children’s book idea: The Wolf and the Watermelon.
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