V.24 No.27 | 7/2/2015
The Daily Word in rocket explosion, one more second and the ugliest dog in the world
By Constance Moss [ Mon Jun 29 2015 12:36 PM ]
A very large pig was rescued from a dead hoarder's home, thanks to the Detroit Police Department.
The debt crisis in Greece is screwing up the global economy.
Shortly after launch, a SpaceX rocket exploded.
A heat-packing pizza delivery driver shot an armed robber at a Duke City Domino's last night.
The bassist and cofounder of the band Yes has died at the age of 67.
A canine named "Quasi Modo" won the blue ribbon for World's Ugliest Dog.
Presidential candidate Donald Trump hasn't voted in 25 years.
V.22 No.42 |
The Daily Word in Nevada shootings, online health care woes and the zombie obsession
By Mark Lopez [ Mon Oct 21 2013 10:11 AM ]
President Obama will give a talk today addressing problems people have been having with HeathCare.gov, a new health care website that allows people to compare insurance rates, understand health care laws and more.
A lawyer for a Roma couple accused of kidnapping a little girl in Greece says that the couple adopted her from her birth mother, though they still haven't located said mother for verification.
Hurricane Raymond is getting stronger.
There was a shooting at Sparks Middle School in Nevada this morning. Police say the suspect was “neutralized,” though it's not clear how many were shot, but the children were evacuated to the nearby high school.
There was another shooting in Nevada this morning, though this one was at a Las Vegas casino, in which one person was pronounced dead and two were wounded. Police say the suspect is in custody.
Joseph Sandoval, 50, was killed on Saturday after being struck by a Rail Runner train that was headed north to Santa Fe. Police are still trying to figure out why Sandoval was near the tracks.
Scott Chandler, owner of Tierra Blanca Ranch, spoke to Matt Lauer on "The TODAY Show" about the allegations of abuse and the Amber Alert for nine missing kids last week.
You think UNM has a solution to the national debt?
Are zombies holding America's imagination hostage?
V.21 No.27 |
The Daily Word in NM Drug Court investigations, litigiousness, "acts of daily living," a naked crimewave, and Romney-Venn Diagrams
By Geoffrey Plant [ Sat Jul 7 2012 11:00 AM ]
If your computer is infected with this virus, you will be denied access to the internet beginning next week.
The NM state email investigation is getting more and more complicated.
Judge Pat Murdoch will likely face new charges having something to do with female participants in the piece of the Drug Court Program he presided over.
Drug Court in Northern New Mexico is under investigation for possible embezzlement among other things.
An Audit reveals that APD handed out a lot of unqualified bonuses from 2008 to 2011.
In case you didn't know, Quebecois need a french word for EVERYTHING.
The most litigious man in the world is suing Herman Cain and Kim Kardashian for attacking him while the two were making a sex tape in a Pizza Hut bathroom.
Best Buy competes in stupid business-
Politician in Jordan shows us how to debate on T.V. like really angry, shoe-throwing, pistol-packing men do.
Some cities are banning public "acts of daily living" i.e, "homelessness."
Former and original bass player from Cro-Mags totally flipped out on the current Cro-Mags line-up at CBGB Festival.
Mitt Romney's Venn Diagrams look like Venn Diagrams but don't work like Venn Diagrams, so... are they Venn Diagrams?
Hey, "a lot of women tend to forget this is a man's world."
Watch this Greek newscaster get egged and Mike Milled on air.
The last minutes of Air France flight 447.
V.21 No.20 | 5/17/2012
The Daily Word in presidential marketing, biting bears, Jay-Z for gay marriage
By Sam Adams [ Tue May 15 2012 10:13 AM ]
Wait, is Obama the first gay president or the first female president? Last I checked, he wasn’t either. Maybe he can close the books on gimmicky headlines used to sell magazines by coming up with an all-encompassing term like Cablinasian.
Jay-Z also in support of gay marriage. Does that make him the nation’s first gay rap legend?
French Socialist François Hollande is inaugurated this morning as the nation’s president.
Man claims he was assaulted by the chairman of the Public Regulation Commission during one of its hearings.
Rio Rancho boy bitten by captured bear.
Greek government talks fall apart, prompting an election do-over.
Apparently it's not too late to live out that life-long dream of fellating Charles Bukowski. ... What else would be the purpose of whiskey-flavored lube?
I’ve tried a sugar-free Slurpee. Not bad, but they melt really quick.
Partial eclipse this Sunday afternoon.
No. 7 in this list of people doing dumb things takes my vote.
One of the the Swamp People died.
V.20 No.45 |
The Daily Word in Penn State riots, UC Berkeley beatdown and the 90-foot-wave surver
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Nov 10 2011 10:18 AM ]
Local credit unions see lots of new accounts after Bank Transfer Day.
The city of Farmington tries to assure Navajos that the city is a safe place for them to visit.
N.M. rattlers provide venom for cancer treatment.
Perry screws up. Big time.
A 70-year-old machine gun that still works.
Dude surfs a 90-foot wave.
Someone stole a ghost bike.
A trailer park in Tesuque Pueblo is demanding proof of citizenship from renters.
Unseen photos of Marilyn Monroe.
Police beat protesters with clubs at Occupy demonstration at UC Berkeley.
Penn State students riot over the firing of their football coach, who is accused of covering up his assistant coach's child molestation.
There are no more rhinos in West Africa.
Ex-banker takes over Greece.
California had a law against euthanizing "downer" animals. The Supreme Court overturned that law.
Why is gold our basis for money and not something else?
V.20 No.29 |
The Daily Word: 7.21.2011- Oslo bombing, Greece bailout, Malawi protesters and gays in the military
And do those newspaper mugshots of DWI arrestees do anything?
By Summer Olsson [ Fri Jul 22 2011 3:46 AM ]
Oslo rocked by bombing.
Pentagon repealing the "don't ask, don't tell" law.
Let's save Greece.
Lucian Freud, significant artist and grandson of Sigmund, dies at 88.
Ostalgia: New York exhibition features work by artists from former Soviet Block.
Newspaper mug shot shaming of DWI arrestees may not be working.
Heatwave seizes United States and Canada. Yep.
Malawi citizens protest unemployment, lack of aid and president, Bingu wa Mutharika.
Canada deports Chinese man accused of smuggling, who sought refugee status.
V.20 No.23 |
The Daily Word featuring blame, yakuza, sunscreen, free speech and booth babes
By Laura Marrich [ Wed Jun 15 2011 10:47 AM ]
We may finally have someone to blame for starting the Wallow Fire.
Meanwhile, firefighters in Rio Rancho are penalized for harrasing a rookie and his "private part."
The ever-resourceful yakuza and their crime syndicate overlords are capitalizing on Japan's tsunami disaster.
For my July 1 birthday, L.A. schools are banning flavored milk.
Meanwhile, two landmark court rulings favor students' free speech when they're online at home.
Here are five things to keep an eye on as Republican presidential challengers start lining up.
V.20 No.1 | ?
The Daily Word 1.4.11: Louisiana birds die, superhero battles car thief, Tijuana beheading
By Adam Fox [ Tue Jan 4 2011 9:56 AM ]
Not to be outdone, Louisiana joins Arkansas in its own creepy end of the world bird kill-off with 500 birds of its own.
President Obama is losing a ton of weight. Obviously some sort of Communist plot.
... And just like the raging Socialist that he is, Obama plans to sign a food safety bill calling for greater government regulation in light of all the egg and produce recalls.
The California Supreme Court ruled in favor of arresting police searching cell phones without a warrant.
Greece plans to build a border wall to keep out illegal immigrants.
Forget the cheap vanilla and prescription drugs; a severed head is hung from a bridge in Tijuana.
Quarterback Brett Favre finds himself in yet another sexting scandal with two massage therapists.
Real-life Seattle superhero Phoenix Jones scares of a would-be car thief.
A “panda cow” was born in Colorado.
A ten-year-old Canadian girl discoveres a supernova, becoming the youngest ever to do so.
V.19 No.18 |
The Daily Word 05.07.10: The Pill, Chinglish, Genitals
By Erin Adair-Hodges [ Fri May 7 2010 8:52 AM ]
This Sunday (Mother's Day) marks the 50th anniversary of The Pill. Hells, yeah.
Here's Loretta Lynn singing her more than excellent 1975 song "The Pill."
And hormonal contraceptives for men are on the way. Your turn to gain 10 pounds, fellas! Yay equality!
In Britain, Conservatives best Labour and Liberal Dems at polls. Something about coalitions. The Queen.
Giant metal box lowered to try to stem oil leak in the Gulf. Robots will help. No word on Bruce Willis' involvement.
Translations gone committed to insane castle: Signs in Chinglish.
What the hell, Greece?
The good news: APS board decides not to ban a book. The bad news: They were talking about the possibility of banning books.
Airport screener repeatedly teased about size of genitals after full-body scans beats the crap out of a co-worker.
Drama erupts after five kids who wore American flags shirts to school on Cinco de Mayo were sent home.
It's Tad from "All My Children"'s birthday.
Batman (1989) at KiMo Theatre
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