Good morning, it's Wednesday, June 11,
and let's take a moment to remember the famous "Flashdancer of Albuquerque Academy,"
before we settle into the grim business of keeping our eyes peeled for a black or green small pickup truck with front end damage
that was probably involved in the deadly "hit-and-run" that killed one pedestrian and injured three others on Monday morning at an encampment of homeless people on Iron and 1st,
Usually, I put in a bunch of other stories here too
today I'm just too mad about this to give it much effort
but, still, here are some pictures of Prince Harry petting an official military goat.
Authorities are trying to determine a cause for the explosive bus crash in Northern California that left 10 people dead and many others injured.
Stephen Colbert is going to be the new host of the “Late Show” after David Letterman announced his retirement. See what other talk show hosts had to say about it.
The Pope made a public plea for forgiveness for the “evil” some priests have committed with sexual child abuse, “a scandal that has haunted [the church] for more than two decades.”
Three educators wrote a piece on why they reject the notion of standardized tests.
Here's KRQE's breakdown of the 46-page DOJ report concerning APD violence.
Renetta and Stephen Torres, whose son was killed by APD, react to the DOJ report.
The City has paid $23 million to for wrongful death and excessive force lawsuits since 2010. And that's not including the pending cases.
Hyper-local archivist, DJ and DIY devotee Derek Caterwaul shares his experiences with depraved blues-rawk bandleader Sioux City Pete. Read all about it in Sioux City Pete & the Beggars Call up Thunder. Scroll on to peruse Sioux City Pete & the Beggars A/V. Iron Haus • Sioux City Pete & the Beggars • Pancakes! • Terri Schiavo Dance Party • Wed Jan 3 • 8:30 pm • $5 • 21+
Osama Bin Laden News Roundup:
The White House updates the narrative on how Osama Bin Laden was killed.
Federal prosecutors will seek to dismiss all charges against Bin Laden.
Bin Laden had 500 Euros sewn into his clothes for a quick escape.
Wikileaks reveals that in 2008, US troops were 1,800 yards from Bin Laden, training Pakistanis how to catch him.
Steven Colbert tracks the politicization of Bin Laden's death.
It's been 3 days since Bin Laden was killed, time for some conspiracy theories and memes.
A state health department administrator has been arrested for driving drunk in a government vehicle.
People are complaining about the low graduation rate among Lottery scholarship recipients.
John Ashcroft is Blackwater's new ethics chief. What's another word for irony?
Giant ant fossil discovered in Wyoming.
The top 10 Chinese tech moguls you need to know.
Don't get fooled by this Apple malware.
Ethically dubious ways to getting the perfect seat on your next flight.
How bacon can turn a vegetarian.
Watch the Insane Clown Posse review Water For Elephants.
Judge rules IP addresses aren't people, blocking subpoenas.
The unknown mysteries of the Mysteries of the Unknown commercial.
Rick Springfield arrested on DUI suspicion.
Top 10 evil lairs.
Today is Star Wars Day: May the 4th be with you! GET IT?????
Tomorrow is Cinco de Mayo, you'll need limes.
South Korean man found dead on a crucifix.
Delivery man shames bad tippers on his blog.
This exists: The internet's most comprehensive examination of the watches worn by Fox Mulder on TV's The X-Files.
Chuck Norris: Karate Kommandos and eight other celebrity-based cartoons from the 80s and 90s.
Soon, almost every Marvel cartoon show will be available to watch instantly on Netflix.
See that thing on the left center of this flyer that looks like a fuzzy squiggle? It says “Impaled Offering,” which is the gory name of a metal band playing with Torture Victim, Echoes of Fallen and Loknar at the Launchpad on Monday, April 11, beginning at 8 p.m. ($4 for those 21-and-over). Why some bands choose to create illegible typefaces confuses me more than algebra. (Jessica Cassyle Carr)
Get ready for creaky, windy hauntedness! It’s Tuesday, October 13! October has Halloween, so that is scary. The number 13 is scary (because it was my soccer number and I was frighteningly bad). And Tuesday is scary because there’s still soooo much left of the work week. I’ve got chills thinking about it.
What else happened on this haunted day in history?
In 1845, Texas ratified its state constitution. Definitely evil.
In 1974, Ed Sullivan died. Probably of a haunting-related cause. Was he sucked into a TV? Ironic and true.
Margaret Thatcher was born ... wearing a tweed suit and carrying a battleax.
In 1716, Hungarian Emperor Karel VI's troops occupy Temesvar. You know the rest.
In 1987, the US Navy first used trained dolphins. Since then, they’ve become highly intelligent and deadly spies. George Clooney? Dolphin.