V.20 No.15 | 4/14/2011
The Daily Word, with Gbagbo, Charl, Lumet and Stansfield.
Relax with Sexy Sax Man.
Meet the Spitalfields Nippers.
“Mission: Impossible” is on instant watching. Peter Graves was not the original IMF leader.
How to quit your job.
This food reviewer is a star.
Thirteen-year-olds still don’t get to stay on their own for a week.
Here are some houses that look like faces.
Skin bleaching is big in Jamaica. Mon.
Charl Schwartzel is the Master.
Get uncomfortable with the Pedo Gameshow Host.
Albuquerque settled a bunch of lawsuits which is probably smart.
Cops search for Santa Fe killers.
Happy birthday, Lisa Stansfield.
Thanks to Tom Nayder, Geoffrey Anjou and Oskar Petersen for the handy links.
V.20 No.14 | 4/7/2011
The Daily Word with Lindsay Lohan as Sharon Tate, Conflict in the Ivory Coast, Sperm-Killing Phones and Laptops
Are phones and laptops contributing to low sperm counts?
Two Americans, including an MMA fighter, were shot and killed execution-style at the Tijuana border.
Obama calls upon U.N. and French forces to the Ivory Coast after former president Laurent Gbagbo refuses to leave.
Gamers are becoming physically ill after playing Nintendo’s new 3DS console.
Japan’s ocean radiation is 7.5 million times the legal limit.
Gadhafi’s forces in Libya are now starting to use human shields during airstrikes.
Lindsay Lohan could be playing the role of Sharon Tate in an upcoming Charles Manson-inspired film.
Are ultra-realistic 3D movies becoming just way too damned creepy?
A SWAT conflict at the Rodeway Inn on Menaul ends in a suicide.
UConn defeated Butler last night to win the NCAA men’s college basketball tournament in probably the worst game I’ve ever seen.
Matinee Movies at Open Space Visitor Center
This week's showing is the film Free Birds.
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