V.21 No.39 |
The Daily Word in sound barrier breakage, cop texts and heavy metal India
By Margaret Wright [ Wed Oct 3 2012 9:50 AM ]
On Monday, "Fearless Felix" will jump out of a balloon over New Mexico, and try to fall faster than the speed of sound.
Pre-debate fact checking …
… and what will be left out.
Amorous APD officer pulls teen girl over, gets her number and starts texting.
Are you qualified to be a U.S. citizen?
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer calls for "righteous anger" over border agent's death.
Todd "Legitimate Rape" Akin has a "dystopian nightmare vision."
L.A City Council banned medical marijuana dispensaries, then didn't.
Arrest of "Innocence of Muslims" douchebag raises questions about free speech.
Mexicans heart Morrissey por vida, and vice versa.
"Tommy never seems to complain, although sometimes he bites Mrs. Bullis."
Heavy metal idolatry in India is often preceded by an engineering degree.
Neo-Nico's deadpan drones.
V.19 No.46 | 11/18/2010
The Ultimate Toy Store
Holiday shopping at National Restaurant Supply
By Mina Yamashita
If you’re shopping for a serious foodie, you’ve got to start thinking like a chef. Which means you’ll need to head straight over to National Restaurant Supply. Whether you’re looking for the “big gift” for someone special or an assortment of stocking stuffers, this store has it.
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