V.25 No.6 | 02/11/2016
The Daily Word in the black hole of Wikipedia
By Renee Chavez [ Wed Feb 17 2016 12:05 PM ]
Following World War I was The Great Emu War of 1932.
Here is a list of sexually active popes throughout history.
I LOVE to make lists. So a List of Lists of Lists is just a thing of beauty.
George W. Bush had special little nicknames for just about everybody.
You just wish you could claim to be part of the Ministry of All the Talents.
Gonna name my firstborn child Noctcaelador.
The classification of demons is not just a list of your exes.
Bonus video: In case you still (post-Grammys) don't know who the Alabama Shakes are.
V.24 No.52 | 12/24/2015
The Daily Word in Miss Universe mix-up, the truth about Santa and GOP loses another one
By Taylor Grabowsky [ Mon Dec 21 2015 11:25 AM ]
Woman drives onto sidewalk on Las Vegas strip, injuring over 30 people and killing one.
Another one bites the dust. Lindsey Graham leaves 2016 presidential race.
Acoma Training Center is offering free training classes if you adopted your dog from a shelter.
And the winner is you...wait no, not you, the other one.
Maybe he was overcompensating for something? Hitler had naught but one testicle, according to medical records.
What happens when a prison runs out of waffles? You sue them, of course.
This girl's reaction to finding out the truth about Santa is hilarious.
V.24 No.44 | 10/29/2015
The Daily Word in Amazon bookstores, more VW fraud and Bad Brains' Dr. Know is on life support
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Nov 3 2015 11:05 AM ]
New Mexico may resolve its impending driver's license problem by offering undocumented immigrants "driving privilege cards".
Uber isn't always cheaper than a taxi, this Halloween reveler discovered.
Stu Walker, the announcer at UNM Lobo basketball and Albuquerque Isotopes games, passed away yesterday.
After destroying locally owned bookstores around the planet, dastardly Amazon begins opening their own brick and mortar stores.
Despite claims by VW that they had come clean about the scope of their emissions fraud, previously unimplicated Porsche and Audi vehicles are discovered to be running the illegal software.
Check out this nifty site that shows where your surname is most prevalent, how many people you share it with and where it originated.
The popular movie in Germany right now is a very funny Hitler comedy.
The IRS is using "Stingray" location software to build cases against its suspects.
V.24 No.23 | 6/4/2015
The Daily Word in Kim Kardashian and an ice cream named Hitler
By Constance Moss [ Mon Jun 1 2015 11:18 AM ]
There’s a brand of ice cream named Hitler.
This bridge in Paris is being set free.
Illuminating your neurons can retrieve lost memories.
During a concert in TJ over the weekend, Enrique Iglesias foolishly underestimated the power of a drone.
An ex-FIFA official cited an article in The Onion as part of his defense strategy.
A man obsessed with Mila Kunis has escaped a mental facility.
V.23 No.41 |
The Daily Word in Hitler's drug use, the culture of APD's elite units and falling oil prices
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Oct 14 2014 5:05 PM ]
A missing elderly woman with Alzheimer's has been found.
New Mexico DOT is down with OPP.
Here is an in-depth item about the culture of APD's elite units.
Oil prices are falling dramatically.
The White House wants to eliminate Columbus day and replace it with "Election Day."
The "homeless man with the golden voice" isn't doing so hot.
Some advice on how to avoid a traffic ticket.
V.22 No.41 | 10/10/2013
The Daily Word in Killer Bees, Krokodil and Lesus.
By Carl Petersen [ Fri Oct 11 2013 11:24 AM ]
There’s an oil spill in North Dakota.
Krokodil hits the Midwest.
A Costa Rican kidney-trafficking ring is exposed.
Rest in peace, Maria De Villota.
Why are we always conducting military drills near North Korea?
Ha ha. The Russians had a better space pen.
Read about Hitler’s Furies.
“Beam me up, Scotty,” is a lie.
Behold the world’s largest rubber ducky.
Enough with the killer bees.
There actually are cooler cars than a Toyota Yaris.
A fire truck was in a crash at I-40 and Carlisle.
A bus driver is a accused of sending an awkward and profane text to a mother.
V.21 No.7 |
The Daily Word in birth control, Romney's dog and Deep Throat
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Feb 16 2012 11:04 AM ]
25 percent of marriages in the state are interracial.
New Mexico ditches No Child Left Behind.
Honduras prison fire kills inmates, many of whom hadn't been charged or convicted.
Congressional hearing on birth control includes no women.
Santorum says birth control is harmful.
One time, Romney put the family dog on the roof of his car during a road trip. Now, it's haunting his campaign.
Linsanity is no accident.
People who walk slowly may be prone to dementia.
Mamma Mia! actor to play Linda Lovelace, star of Deep Throat.
Is this bikini model fat?
V.20 No.26 |
The Daily Word 7.3.11: fire; fireworks; nazis; metallica
By Geoffrey Plant [ Sun Jul 3 2011 12:05 PM ]
Fireworks fails (video collection!)
Silver City's Penny Park burned, again.
Los Alamos residents may return home!
Here's what the Reflecting Pool in Washington Monument looks like this Fourth of July weekend. "It's kind of gross right now."
Miss Honeywell. "She'd make a good personal assistant to a sales manager."
German Neo-Nazi codes.
Newlywed Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in Canada for Canada Day.
Some Quebecois aren't fond of the royals.
Yellowstone River oil spill.
Pairing wine with doughnuts, Spaghetti-O's and other crap.
Happy belated birthday, Lindsay Lohan.
V.20 No.18 | 5/5/2011
The Daily Word says farewell to bats, Osama bin Laden, Meredith Viera and the Morning Fix.
By Nick Brown [ Mon May 2 2011 8:48 AM ]
Bin Laden and Hitler were both declared dead on May 1.
Pro wrestler John Cena announces bin Laden’s death.
One guy announced that Obama died.
I thought this was funny. Here’s a link for “best jokes at the Whitehouse Correspondents’ Dinner.”
Fare thee well, Meredith Viera. We never knew ye. Really.
Upcoming elections in Germany are hidden.
Learn how to make big slices from small pizzas. Mmm! Triangles! And semi-circles!
Colorado politicians lobby to make adultery legal. Schocking.
It's the end of the Morning Fix at DCF.
Richard P. Woodsum died in a small plane smash.
Happy birthday, Jo Ann Pflug.
Thanks for the links, Tom Nayder.
V.20 No.10 |
The Daily Word: Japan, Politics, Politics, Politics, Hitler, Politics, Boob Jobs, Politics
By Tom Nayder [ Wed Mar 16 2011 8:49 AM ]
Bill O'Reilly says the media is hyping the the nuclear situation in Japan, meanwhile Japanese workers evacuate the troubled nuclear plant. In an unrelated matter, it's being reported that radioactive snow is falling in Japan.
Not a single Republican on the House Energy committee will admit that climate change is real.
N.M. House rejects the Senate's immigrant license bill.
New census data shows Rio Rancho and Los Lunas are New Mexico's fastest growing cities.
Democrats are trying to force Republicans who oppose Obama's health care overhual to publicly declare whether they accept taxpayer-subsidized health care from the Federal Employee Health Benefit Program.
Missouri lawmakers are repealing voter-approved anti-puppy-mill lows.
House committee has nothing better to do than vote to defund NPR and PBS.
Is this what conservatives really want? Georgia governor raises taxes on Girl Scout Cookies, and cuts taxes on multinational corporations. While Michigan's governor cuts corporate tax rate by 86% and raises taxes for the working poor.
A terrible mother filed a lawsuit against her daughter's preschool for inadequately preparing the 4-year-old to pursue an Ivy League education.
Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez is urging his citizens to say no to boob jobs.
Chicago bookstore forced to cancel mafia book signing after threats.
Some of the best walk off moments from 60 Minutes.
Life publishes some never-before seen photos of Hitler.
A tour of the worlds greatest holes.
TV's Buffy The Vampire Slayer premiered 14 years ago this week.
Lean Cuisine meals are being recalled.
Were you a Hee Haw fan or did your parents prefer Soul Train? You can only choose one!
Hey nerds! Read Stan Lee's deposition on the creation of the Marvel universe. Seriously, it's good.
The Gap want's you to haggle for your next pair of pants.
Charlie Sheen's porn star
Stephen King is writing another Dark Tower book.
V.20 No.4 |
The Daily Word 01.27.11: FBI is pervy, women and $$$, PNM execs make millions
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Jan 27 2011 11:16 AM ]
PNM wants to raise prices 25 percent. Its executives make millions.
3-year-old dies in Albuquerque. Police say he was beaten by his mom and her boyfriend. The boy's father says he tried to get custody for months.
Body found in a freezer in a Carlsbad-area home.
Hundreds of YouTube viewers want to ask the president about marijuana.
TV star from Albuquerque talks about being gay.
Would-be victim helps would-be mugger.
Sexy times at the FBI.
The Army lost a little bit of nerve agent in Salt Lake City, forcing the lockdown of a military weapons testing ground.
Bush and co. violated election law, report says.
O author revealed.
Facebook founder's Facebook page hacked.
The diversion memo that tricked Hitler.
Women are better with money than men, says WSJ article.
V.20 No.2 |
The Daily Word 1.15.11
Stealer of Hearts and Berlusconi; Michael Steele; virtual border is dead;The Mad Canadian.
By Geoffrey Plant [ Sat Jan 15 2011 9:43 AM ]
Not everyone loves a good Hitler joke.
Cowabunga! Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi is being investigated for throwing bunga bunga parties featuring underage girls/prostitutes. This gets complicated as Italian age of consent is 14. Legal age for a prostitute, however, is 18.
This is what Sarah Palin's Blood Libel speech sounds like in her native planet's tongue.
Janet Napolitano has killed the U.S.-Mexico virtual border fence.
What would you do before running amok? Jared Loughner took photos of himself wearing only a thong and a Glock, and had them printed at Walmart.
Excellent classic BBC documentary on L.S.D.
Speaking of L.S.D. check out The Pretty Things.
On this day in 1965 The Who's Can't Explain came out. Shindig!
V.19 No.37 | 9/16/2010
The Daily Word 9.13.10: robot skin, Hitler liked Disney, and Aldous Huxley died on Acid.
By Nick Brown [ Mon Sep 13 2010 9:46 AM ]
Watch a video of the San Bruno gas explosion.
Not everyone loves Lady Gaga.
Delicious, crispy robot skin can feel pleasure and pain. Pressure, anyway.
Six tyrants and their secret hobbies.
Party down with new iris scanners.
Can you regrow a chopped off fingertip?
Halo Reach comes out at midnight tonight.
Police may have captured the Silver Van Del Taco Rapist.
The Rafael del Pino Foundation is paying for Bill’s trip to Spain.
Happy birthday, Fiona Apple.
V.19 No.31 |
The Daily Word 8.6.2010: Poop my ride, lady bits, baby Hitler
By Patricia Sauthoff [ Fri Aug 6 2010 9:27 AM ]
There's a new lady holding court. Supreme, yo.
And you thought your VW was shitty...
Parents name their kids the darndest things.
Woo hoo! Less terrorism.
Conservatives mess with a news site that isn't Fox.
People suck at spelling, study says.
V.19 No.17 |
DayBird - April 29th
By Geoffrey Anjou [ Thu Apr 29 2010 12:10 PM ]
711 – Islamic conquest of Hispania: Moorish troops begin their invasion of the Iberian Peninsula.
1429 – 17-year-old French peasant and hearer of voices, Joan of Arc leads a small force of troops in relieving the city of Orleans, besieged by the English since October. She inspired the French to a passionate resistance and through the next week led the charge during a number of battles. At one point, she was hit by an arrow, dressed her wound and returned to the battle. On May 8, the siege of Orleans was broken, and the English retreated.
In May 1430, Bourguignon soldiers captured Joan and sold her to the English. She was charged with cross-dressing. No, really. She was told that for a woman to wear men's clothing was a crime against God. She was tried as a heretic and witch, convicted, and on May 30, 1431, burned at the stake. Charles VII did nothing to save the one to whom he owed his throne. He was busy that day.
Exactly 233 years later, the city of New Orleans was captured by the Union army during the Civil War.
1624 – In France, Richelieu assumes as Prime Minister of Louis XIII."The pen is mightier than the sword," written by English author Edward Bulwer-Lytton in 1839 for his play Richelieu; Or the Conspiracy.
1938 – Bernard Madoff, American convict, who was a financier and Chairman of the NASDAQ, born.
1945 – Adolf Hitler marries his long-time partner Eva Braun in his bunker hideaway. The bride wore black. The couple was married only hours before they both committed suicide.
Also on this day in 1945, the Americans liberate the concentration camp at Dachau. Five hundred German garrison troops guarding the camp are killed within an hour, some by inmates, but most by the American liberators, who are horrified by what they bear witness to, including huge piles of emaciated dead bodies found in railway cars and near the crematorium.
1980 – Legendary film and television director Alfred Hitchcock died of kidney failure in his L. A. home at the age of 80. Hitchcock directed more than fifty feature films in a career spanning six decades.
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