V.19 No.50 | 12/16/2010
The Daily Word 12.14.10: Festivus is coming, Chernobyl nuclear tour, Sal Alosi tripping
By Adam Fox [ Tue Dec 14 2010 9:42 AM ]
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is granted bail by the UK court.
A burglar steals a family’s Christmas gifts, dog.
... While these robbers tie up a 12-year-old boy and take his video games.
A bus driver resigns after a YouTube clip shows him running over an innocent snowman.
Sal Alosi, the New York Jets’ strength and conditioning coach, is suspended without pay for the remainder of the season after the tripping incident.
This guy threw a dead squirrel through a Hardee’s drive-thru window.
“Jeopardy!” will pit some of its best contestants against an IBM machine.
Let’s all take a vacation to see the Chernobyl nuclear power plant tour!
A California inmate is granted kosher meals after citing his strong Festivus beliefs.
There was a fatal head-on crash this morning on I-25 near Santa Fe.
They like him over there; Gov. Bill Richardson leaves this afternoon for a private visit with North Korean officials.
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