The Daily Word in a stolen tortoise, a sharp wit, a titanic exhibit and an anniversary
NM Governor Susana Martinez is in Rome.
Mister Turtle the tortoise is safe and sound in Santa Fe.
An exhibit featuring items from the Titanic opens in Albuquerque this Saturday.
Check out this big old Bull Durham building sign.
How to maybe win rock/paper/scissors.
Rochester Police employ the lost art of letter writing.
North Carolina has extensive rules for MMA fights.
It is the tenth anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq.
Possible chemical weapons attack in Syria.
The Daily Word in ICP vs. FBI, Demonoid vs. The Man, and grieving parents vs. the estate of Ryan Dunn
Happy birthday, Hulk Hogan
Special effects creator Carlo Rambaldi died.
New Mexico's medical board passed new and strict rules governing the prescribing of pain medication.
Insane Clown Posse is suing the F.B.I. for classifying Juggalos as "gang members."
Photo gallery of turn of the century Utah saloons and breweries.
The Department of Veterans Affairs generates way too much paperwork.
Dead Jackass Ryan Dunn's estate is being sued.
About half of all New Mexico state workers will receive retroactive pay raises totaling nearly $20,000,000.
I didn't hear about the naked Randy Travis/Trans Am thing until today.
Someone in Spokane is making huge pyramids out of recreation area picnic tables.
I've always wanted a Dream Machine and here's some for sale.
Arguably the best torrent site on the web, Demonoid had their Ukrainian offices raided last week.
Neil Heywood murder trial details read like a cheap novel.
On this day in 1953, Hulk Hogan was born.
Traditions heal young Native gang members
The Daily Word in Mitt wins Florida, Colbert raises more than Palin and New Mexico's newest gang
Chicago's draconian eavesdropping law poses problems for protestors and journalists at the upcoming G-8 summit.
Traffic crackdown in Rio Rancho.
New Mexico has a new prison gang with a lame name.
In response to an invasive abortion law, a Virginia state senator proposed an amendment requiring men seeking erectile dysfunction drugs to receive a rectal exam and stress tests.
Meet the monkey refugees of Louisiana.
Louis CK sold a sitcom to CBS.
Netflix won't be renting games after all.
DC Comics unveils its long-rumored line of Watchmen prequel comics. I wonder what Watchman co-creator Alan Moore thinks about it? "As far as I know … there weren't that many prequels or sequels to Moby Dick."
What does an artist with Alzheimer's paint?
Everything is cool guys, that red river in Texas was just polluted with pig blood.
Where did the Frito pie really come from?
Every overhead hand shot from Wes Anderson films.
Check out this recently discovered test footage from a proposed 1936 John Carter of Mars animated movie.
When I'm President this fake Breaking Bad RPG will be real.
Completely mesmerized by this video.
The Daily Word 03.02.11: Charlie Sheen, Rio Rancho Red Light Cameras, 3-D Porn
House passes interim budget bill, averts government shutdown for another two weeks.
Red light cameras coming to Rio Rancho.
US arrests 678 gang members across the country yesterday.
Sen. Orrin Hatch: (Obamacare is a) "stupid, dumbass program."
Mike Huckabee: (Obama) "grew up in Kenya with a Kenyan father"
The Ohio senate is calling an unborn child as a witness in an upcoming abortion bill hearing. NOT CREEPY AT ALL!
How will the whole Charlie Sheen thing end?
Rutgers allows men and women to share the same dormroom.
New potatoes are being bred to make better potato chips.
Did you ever hear the story about the lifeboat at the end of the world?
Japanese researchers have created a genetically engineered mouse that tweets like a bird.
Newly discovered dinosaur had the most powerful kick ever.
Japanese Burger King's are selling an egg-topped hamburger.
Watch the hummus commercial where where a grandmother calls her granddaughter a prostitute.
Gallery of the least intimidating pictures of Ice Cube.
Who owns the rights to Betty Boop?
Quinten Tarantino has finished writing his spaghetti Western.
Penthouse announces 3-D porn channel for Europe.
Google goes to war against content farms.