flavor flav


V.20 No.17 | 4/28/2011

news

The Daily Word with Bryan Cranston, No Circumcision, Expensive Space Flights

The Daily Word

Only 38% of Americans believe that Obama was born in the USA.

Coffee prices are at a 34-year high.

Turn this into a movie! Police arrive at a crime scene to see a man pick up a circular saw and cut off his leg.

More excellent feature film fodder; a sword fight breaks out in a NYC Sikh temple.

“Breaking Bad” star Bryan Cranston shoots this sweet promotional vid for a celebrity charity softball game at Isotopes Park.

A man is caught on tape peeing on cough drops in a drug store.

A woman is offering a $100,000 after a politically-motivated chihuahua-napping.

Start saving; a trip to space on Virgin Galactic will run you a cool $200,000.

Albuquerque Tortilla Company has been sold to Mission Foods for $8.8 million. :(

Flavor Flav’s chicken restaurant closes after just four months.

A man breaks into a Christian radio station and threatens to rape the host.

A ban on circumcision could be on San Francisco’s November voting ballot.

Thanks to Geoffrey Anjou for some of today’s links.

V.20 No.3 |

news

The Daily Word 01.26.11: Local Vigilantes, Dark Matter, Big Bras

The Daily Word

Obama gave his State of the Union speech last night. Here are some highlights, and lowlights.

Local teen vigilantes kick some ass.

Hey ladies, this guy needs a girlfriend.

Farmington man uses homemade receipts to steal $25,000 worth of electronics from Sam's Club.

New bill under consideration would fine motorists for driving too-close to bicyclists.

Could dark matter really be aliens?

Flavor Flav is starting a fried-chicken franchise.

Mark Bittman ends his Minimalist column after 13 years.

You have died of dysentery. The Oregon Trail turns 40.

Is it possible to love a dog enough to pay $35 for a scented candle?

You know what makes me happy? Bras.

Eat This, Not That's six worst coffee drinks.

NASA discovers a loose star.

I don't know, why do storm clouds have flat tops?

Look at these transparent animals.

Happy birthday Bob Uecker!