V.26 No.11 | 03/16/2017
The Daily Word in Silencers, Credit Card Skimmers and the Supreme Court
By Rini Grammer [ Wed Mar 22 2017 10:52 AM ]
What happens when schizophrenics embrace the voices they hear?
There's been a shooting outside of the UK's Parliament in London.
Legislation is in the works to relax the long-standing federal regulation to make silencers easier to buy.
Google has created a new way to share your location with your contacts.
There are still potentially 19 credit card skimmers out and about in town.
Today is the third day of Neil Gorsuch's supreme court confirmation hearing.
Another person from the Trump Campaign is connected to Russia … he was paid by “a Putin ally.”
V.25 No.47 | 11/24/2016
The Daily Word in Netflix, Food Rhythm and Doppelganger Competitions
By Megan Reneau [ Wed Nov 30 2016 11:09 AM ]
Netflix knows what we want this holiday season.
Non-binary photographer Jennifer Jackson felt alone so they began a project to represent people like themself.
These kids won't give up on being educated—even under the threat of terrorism.
Has the phrase “rhythm of food” ever entered your consciousness?
Have you heard of the most interesting doppelganger competition in the world?
Copper Square Downtown is in new hands.
V.25 No.35 | 09/01/2016
The Daily Word in Art, ISIS and the iPhone 7
By Megan Reneau [ Wed Sep 7 2016 10:56 AM ]
This artist has been known for documenting her interactions with strangers since the late '90s. Presently, she continues to meet people and photograph them in a way that's intimate, bold and strange.
The trial for the “Oregon Occupiers” officially begins today.
How could Apple possibly inconvenience people more than when they changed their charger?
Google is making it a priority to stop people from joining ISIS on their watch.
Mexico's finance minister has resigned for literally no reason.
Artist Alina Kunitsyna expresses her fascination with peoples' interpersonal lives in a very unique way.
V.25 No.17 | 04/28/2016
The Daily Word in Pokejets, Jellyfish and Robot Eyeballs
By Joshua Lee [ Sun May 1 2016 11:55 AM ]
Researchers working near the Mariana Trench have captured video of a rare hydromadusa
Surprise, surprise. America's most highly educated people are mostly liberal. I'm sure this partisan gap has nothing to do with an imbalance in ideological representation amongst educators, or anything.
The last of All Nippon Airways' "Pokémon jets" has been decommissioned. But don't worry, Pokéfans! Plans for brand new Pokéjets are already in the making.
Sweet Jimminy Cricket. It's snowing in New Mexico? I'm done, dammit!
The new eSight, a hands-free headset that uses a high-speed camera to enhance vision, has allowed a 5th grader to see his mom for the first time.
...And then Google dropped a patent on an injectable computer that will go inside the eye to correct vision with focused light. Oh. And you will be constantly connected to the internet. Great googly moogly!
V.25 No.10 | 03/10/2016
The Daily Word in ISIS exposed, Furry Conventions and "Stolen" Guns
By Megan Reneau [ Thu Mar 10 2016 10:59 AM ]
A running list of all the racist things that have happened at Voldemort Rallies.
“Honey, where’d you put my revolver?” “I didn’t touch it; you probably left in your drawer.” “I’m looking in my drawer right now and I don’t see it.” We’ve all been there, right?
Well, break my heart into a million pieces and then repair it with a snap of your fingers (kinda).
So if you don’t have cable or internet at home, like me, here’s a list of the things you missed at the Democratic Debate last night.
Who could have guessed that women would try to continue to have abortions despite more preventive laws?
There was a Furry convention at a hotel where Syrian refugees are staying in Vancouver and it’s actually really cute what happened.
V.24 No.42 | 10/15/2015
The Daily Word in dildos, Christopher Columbus, intelligence and Google
By Taylor Grabowsky [ Mon Oct 12 2015 12:16 PM ]
Through a freak accident, one man was able to buy Google's domain for $12, if only just for a few minutes.
#CocksnotGlocks: One Texas University protests campus carry law with dildos.
Tail as old as time. Man crashes car while under the influence, then blames dog for driving.
Next time you're in NYC stop by this Will Ferrell themed bar.
Two orphaned sisters are reunited after forty years, while working on the same hospital floor.
On this day, let's remember Columbus for his true legacy. And add the term Columbusing to your dictionary.
V.24 No.32 | 08/06/2015
The Daily Word in criminalizing teens, armed white men in Ferguson and a woman strolling across the surface of Mars
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Aug 11 2015 12:10 PM ]
Albuquerque teens are opposing a proposed curfew, saying such a law would criminalize being a teenager.
Investigators in Ukraine think they have found pieces of a missile that brought down Flight MH17.
One of the images captured by the Curiosity Rover appears to show a woman walking across the surface of Mars.
Archeologists think they have solved the mystery of the 16th century colonists who vanished from Roanoke.
The paper lobby is losing yet another fight to keep the US Government using paper rather than digital communications and record keeping.
V.24 No.22 | 05/28/2015
The Daily Word in East Mountains Google drones, a big loss for Big Tobacco and commercials on Netflix
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Jun 2 2015 11:49 AM ]
Super creepy APD action results in yet another payout by the city over excessive force.
Despite a crash involving one of it's large drones, Google continues research and development in the East Mountains area.
APD's SWAT team responded to a domestic violence situation that seems less than SWAT-worthy.
Nearly half of Americans can't handle an unexpected expense of 400.00 or more.
Learn what is going to (temporarily) change about the Patriot Act.
Confirmation that the TSA exists solely to make air travel a pain in the ass and does not make things safer.
V.24 No.20 | 5/14/2015
The Daily Word in typhoid, grenades, breast milk and Glenn Danzig
By Constance Moss [ Mon May 11 2015 11:36 AM ]
Drug-resistant typhoid may be the next pandemic.
The artist curently known as Prince performed a surprise concert in Baltimore to promote peace after two weeks of protests.
The World Health Organization is very concerned about how diseases are named.
A W.W.II grenade was donated to a Goodwill in the state of Washington, causing an evacuation and shutting down the store for several hours.
A woman in New Zealand drank her own breast milk for sustenance while lost in a forest for 24 hours.
Salvador Dali was born on this day in 1904. Here are a few things you didn't know about the eccentric artist.
V.24 No.9 | 02/26/2015
The Daily Word in mental health taxes, a house thief and true love
By Mark Lopez [ Fri Feb 27 2015 9:11 AM ]
Eight people died last night in a series of shootings in south-central Missouri.
Jim Inhofe provided a little show-and-tell on the Senate floor.
A California couple who'd been married for 67 years died on the same day while holding hands. That's love, y'all.
Porn lovers can rejoice, as Google has lifted the “explicit sexual content” ban on Blogger.
Season 3 of “House of Cards” is now live on Netflix, y'all! Note: SPOILERS in the following link.
A Rio Rancho mother is “disturbed” by a pornographic book her son checked out of his high school library.
Bernalillo County commissioners approved a tax hike that'll go to mental health services.
Snap! APS has decided to close schools today. Snow day!
Apparently, a thief in Oregon stole an entire house. No, really.
V.24 No.3 | 1/15/2015
How to Do Literally Everything
How to Fall in Love with Music Again
By Samantha Anne Carrillo
Music editor Samantha Anne Carrillo gives away her secrets to finding new music.
V.23 No.51 | 12/18/2014
The Daily Word in Seth Rogen, angry Dutchmen, killer Zambonis, Walt Disney, and rectal feeding.
By Constance Moss [ Mon Dec 15 2014 11:13 AM ]
Police ended a hostage crisis at a chocolate shop in Sydney, Australia.
In other Australian news, a shark killed a teenager.
Americans believe torture prevents acts of terrorism.
Speaking of torture, Karl Rove wants to feed your rectum.
An APD Officer accidentally shot a civilian on Sunday morning.
Seth Rogen is North Korea's biggest enemy.
The US is the most uncaring nation in the industrial world, and it's all Ayn Rand's fault.
Mother Nature screwed up the day for air travelers in San Francisco.
The liquid in E-ciagerettes is poisonous enough to kill a child.
The Dutch are not happy about Google's privacy violations through data collection.
Walt Disney died on this day back in 1966. He was 65. Here are some inspirational Disney quotes to get you through life or at least through the day.
V.23 No.22 | 5/29/2014
The Daily Word in Bowe Bergdahl, the Brady Bunch and the Pride Parade.
By Carl Petersen [ Mon Jun 2 2014 10:36 AM ]
Ann B. Davis died.
Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl was released after five years of Taliban captivity.
Hamburger meat and drama result from the feud over the care of Casey Kasem.
Google will blanket the earth with internet access.
Watch 50 Cent’s amazing pitch.
I like smashed hamburgers.
Shirley MacLaine addressed the graduates of the New Mexico School for the Arts.
Weather Service radar picked up a grasshopper swarm over Albuquerque.
Here’s a photo essay from this weekend’s Pride Parade in Albuquerque.
Happy birthday, Stacy Keach.
V.23 No.21 | 5/22/2014
The Daily Word in Elliot Rodger, Stairway to Heaven and Kimye’s wedding.
By Carl Petersen [ Mon May 26 2014 1:14 PM ]
Mass murderer Elliot Rodger finally found fame.
Please take care of my baby raccoons.
Lawyer claims Spirit’s Randy California wrote “Stairway to Heaven” and I wouldn’t be surprised.
A woman got engaged at sandwich #257.
There’s a new crater on Mars.
The New York Post covered Kimye’s wedding.
Emma Watson graduated from Hogwarts.
A woman was knocked over by a deer.
It’s better than a poke in the eye with a sharp Google Glass.
APD encountered a man with a violent past.
Two area teens were injured in a rollover crash.
Happy birthday, John Wayne.
We love you, Henny.
Thanks for the links, Susan Petersen.
V.23 No.21 |
The Daily Word in Detroit carjackers, New Mexico oil and a jailhouse stripper
By Mark Lopez [ Fri May 23 2014 9:33 AM ]
A postage stamp honoring Harvey Milk, a gay civil rights leader who was assassinated in 1978, has been unveiled.
Utah Gov. Gary Herbert thinks states not defending same-sex marriage bans is “the next step toward anarchy.” If that's the case, chaos couldn't be sweeter.
Google is creating a tablet with “advanced vision capabilities.” If it doesn't make you invisible, I don't care.
Last night, Albuquerque police shot and killed a man who is suspected of attacking a woman and then stabbing a good samaritan who tried to help her.
According to New Mexico State Police, at least six people died in a car crash involving multiple vehicles on I-10.
The oil industry is drawing more folks to certain parts of New Mexico.
Birdland, a local store in Nob Hill, was broken into yesterday morning, apparently another in a series of Nob Hill businesses that have been “compromised.”
After Miami police arrested a strip club employee, she decided to give them a show right in the jail cell.
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