V.23 No.32 | 8/7/2014
The Daily Word in Obama, ebola, Gaza, APD, EMF and ants.
By Carl Petersen [ Mon Aug 4 2014 12:27 PM ]
Marion Barry caused a wrong-way car smash.
Israel declared a temporary cease-fire in Gaza.
Ebola is spread through direct contact with bodily fluids.
Pow-Pow- Power Wheels.
The P. F. Chang’s data breach does not include New Mexico.
Cheryl Hines married Robert Kennedy Jr.
The New York Times opines on Albuquerque violence.
There was a shooting at 5th and Silver.
Old Town Chapel is haunted. Allegedly.
Things are happening in ABQ today.
Happy birthday, Barack Obama.
V.23 No.30 |
The Daily Word in the president's popularity, porcelain presents and one big fart
By Mark Lopez [ Fri Jul 25 2014 9:05 AM ]
Authorities believe bad weather caused an Air Algerie plane to crash in Mali, resulting in the deaths of 118 people on board.
The Palestinian Fatah movement calls for a “day of rage” in honor and respect for those suffering in Gaza.
Obama is meeting with the presidents of Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador today to urge them to slow the number of immigrants coming toward the US.
Speaking of President Obama, according to a CNN poll, 33 percent of Americans think the president should be impeached.
A Michigan dog-owner may be charged with involuntary manslaughter after his two canines fatally mauled a man.
California Police are investigating a number of incidents where porcelain dolls have been left in front of homes of little girls they resemble. Cause that's not at all creepy.
Albuquerque police and the Department of Justice “announced progress in reaching a deal designed to fix the problems the [DOJ] report identified.”
Two men who did construction work without licenses and ripped off numerous individuals will face criminal charges.
The sister of a homeless man who was beaten to death by three teenagers speaks out.
According to the ABQ Journal, the two APD officers who shot and killed Jeremy Robertson on Tuesday have shot and killed other men within the last four years.
V.21 No.46 |
The Daily Word in bombings, shootings and food
By Margaret Wright [ Wed Nov 21 2012 10:20 AM ]
Tel-Aviv bus bombing.
What might the conflict in Gaza have to do with Iran?
The Fourth Street mall is not a "thriving urban environment."
Hector Camacho was shot in Puerto Rico.
The White House turns down requests to release photographs taken the night of attacks in Benghazi.
A DEA agent says he was told not to go after drug perps in white neighborhoods.
The future of a mainstreamed UFC.
"All Hail the Sweet Potato."
"All Hail Calculated Risk."
Bourbon marshmallows like whoa.
Brace yourself for the next (food-based) financial market bubble.
Grupo Bimbo wants to ease your Twinkie anxiety.
Happy birthday, René Magritte!
Russian government claims that a YouTube shutdown was the result of technical difficulties.
A rebel group in the Democratic Republic of Congo is threatening to overthrow the president.
Flaming Lips radio special this weekend.
The Daily Word in MacAfee, Pabst, Twinkies and WTF am I going to do with all these Coyote Pelts?
By Geoffrey Plant [ Sat Nov 17 2012 4:20 PM ]
Owner of the Los Lunas gun store sponsoring coyote hunt may give the resulting pelts to the homeless.
The Rio Grande Sun actually used the headline "Man Shot in Drug deal Gone Bad."
The Ten Commandments monument finally unveiled in OK City has spelling errors.
You have virtually no digital privacy/rights.
This woman died because Irish law allows NO abortion.
These Israeli soldiers look like they're on a Banana Republic catalog shoot.
More on Facebook's page reach limiting.
IKEA furniture was made by East German forced Labor.
There's a Bond exhibit going up at the D.C. spy Museum.
On this day in 1938, Gordon Lightfoot was born, ensuring that he would be around to write the song Canada's grocery stores play every minute of every hour of the day forever and ever.
The Daily Word in BP, poorest president and Pong
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Nov 15 2012 10:27 AM ]
BP's looking at a $4.5 billion fine and criminal charges against staff members.
The gap between rich and poor in New Mexico is the widest in the nation.
Pit bull terriers killed a Chihuahua and sent her owner to the hospital.
Debbie O'Malley might remain on the Council and take a seat on the County Commission.
Remember when 48 women training for the military said they'd been sexually assaulted or harassed by their instructors? The Air Force has a weird solution: Trainees must have a wingman all the time.
Nonstop flights from Albuquerque to New York.
FBI investigates death threats against the guy holding the coyote-killing contest in Los Lunas.
The poorest president in the world. "If you don't have many possessions, then you don't need to work all your life like a slave to sustain them."
Violence escalates in Gaza and Israel. Rockets kill 15 Palestinians and three Israelis.
Louisiana governor is the first Republican to denounce Mitt Romney's notion that he lost the election because President Obama gave gifts to minorities and youth.
5-Hour Energy shot-like drink blamed for 13 deaths.
Colorado Visitors Bureau plans NOT to capitalize on legal recreational marijuana.
Science looks at rappers' brains to find the basis of improvisation.
Pong is 40-years-old and no one has topped it, says this guy.
How to become as observant as Sherlock Holmes. (Also, "Sherlock," the BBC miniseries available on Netflix instawatch, is dope.)
V.20 No.29 | 7/21/2011
U.S. Boat to Gaza
Freedom Flotilla II
New Mexico activists join 22-country protest fleet
By Elise Kaplan
The accounts of the U.S. boat to Gaza read like a Bond movie. There are nefarious bureaucratic restrictions from foreign governments, boat chases on the Mediterranean Sea, hunger strikes and Greek jails. Among 37 U.S. activists were Ken Mayers and Linda Durham from Santa Fe.
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