V.25 No.9 | 3/3/2016
The Daily Word in losers, assholes and buffoons
By Taylor Grabowsky [ Fri Feb 26 2016 1:08 PM ]
Flying Star may be bought out to save the remaining restaurants.
The first uterus transplant in the U.S. happened this week in Cleveland.
“No-selfie zones” have been set up in Mumbai in response to selfie-related deaths.
These buffoons are actually running for president.
It just gets worse... Christie endorses Trump.
Asshole alert: Indonesia's former Informations and Communications Minister sent out a tweet declaring that all homosexuals should be put to death.
The Oscars are this weekend, so let's take a look back at some of the best loser faces actors could come up with.
V.25 No.2 | 01/14/2016
The Daily Word in Death, Twitter and Film
By Megan Reneau [ Thu Jan 14 2016 10:43 AM ]
The brilliant and wonderful Alan Rickman has died at the age of 69.
Let’s be real: Alan Rickman is probably Metatron now.
ISIL claims responsibility for a terror attack in Jakarta.
Straight pride parades, brought to you by bigoted, chagrined closeted people.
The Population Institute grades States on their reproductive rights. I’m pretty happy about New Mexico, but as a nation, we can do better.
Here’s a short history of Twitter rules.
An APD officer is suing the city for not promoting him after he wrongfully shot and killed a person. Wow.
Did you know a local Burqueno teen played Leo D’s son in his newest film, The Revenant?
V.22 No.28 | 7/11/2013
Back of the Bus
Shuttle driver deems same-sex hand-holding “inappropriate”
By Barron Jones
Barron Jones reports on a pre-Pride incident wherein a Sunport shuttle driver demanded that a gay couple holding hands move to the back of the bus.
V.21 No.47 | 11/22/2012
Transgressive electro-sexual punk defines lasciviousness
By Samantha Anne Carrillo [ Mon Nov 26 2012 12:18 PM ]
If you’re hankering for some raunch, consider moseying over to Launchpad tonight for electrotrash act Punk Bunny’s show. Get up close and personal with front man Gil Sandoval, a.k.a. Luigi, in Most Likely to Suck Seed. Local deviants Beefcake in Chains, A.P.D. and InTOXICated also push the boundaries of acceptable performance tonight. Don’t forget to bring along your sense of humor. Peep some pretty NSFW Punk Bunny music videos below. Launchpad • Punk Bunny • Beefcake in Chains • A.P.D. • InTOXICated • Mon Nov 26 • 9:30 pm • $5 • 21+ • launchpadrocks.com
Most Likely to Suck Seed
Luigi brings the XXX
By Samantha Anne Carrillo
Get (really) up close and personal with Punk Bunny front man Luigi in this week’s Show Up!
V.21 No.21 |
The Daily Word in Quebecois student protests, oral contraception for men, the comic sans song, and John McAfee's action film worthy life in Belize
By Geoffrey Plant [ Sat May 26 2012 11:06 AM ]
The fire in the Gila forest is zero percent contained.
"Investigative grand juries" may no longer determine whether Albuquerque Police shootings are justified. An investigative grand jury has never found an officer involved shooting unjustified.
John McAfee, founder of McAfee Anti-Virus is in hiding in Belize.
A dude reassembled a 1925 MG that was discovered buried in pieces underneath a cattle barn.
Remembering the Easy-Bake Oven.
Some Canadians are facing a Kafkaesque post-9/11 problem in proving their citizenship.
Hawaii responds to AZ Secretary of State Ken Bennet's Obama birth certificate request by asking Bennet to prove who he is.
Young man with purpose squatted in AOL's headquarters for two months.
There's going to be a Philip K. Dick festival.
Bill Murray stars in a film about walking in slow motion.
This mean homophobic woman defines "lowest common denominator."
Former Alibi arts&lit editor John Bear has a blog.
On this day in 1927, the fifteen millionth Model T rolled off the assembly line.
V.20 No.36 |
The Daily Word in tester city, drunk elk and Schweddy Balls
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Sep 8 2011 10:07 AM ]
City Council fails to override the mayor's veto of a measure that called for the feds to look into APD. Citizens at the meeting are outraged.
Company schemes to build a vacant tester city in New Mexico.
Ice cream man pulls a knife, according to family.
Meteorologist found asleep in a bathtub with a dead guy wearing a dog collar.
Guv pushes to merge state departments to save money.
Drunk elk stranded in apple tree.
9/11 by the numbers.
Hamlet goes homophobe.
Dick Cheney is honored when people say he's like Darth Vader.
It's National Honey Month. Did you know it can clean your wounds and fix your scratchy elbows?
Stop CHEWING like that.
The future of Grateful Dead marketing endeavors, man.
Ben and Jerry's latest flavor: Schweddy Balls.
V.19 No.16 | 4/22/2010
Speak ‘Merican, Sen. Lindsey Graham, Not Gay
By Marisa Demarco [ Wed Apr 21 2010 6:11 PM ]
“Shutup, Bill Clinton! Shutup!”
“You are not the government! The Constitution is the government!”
There are so many clunky propaganda techniques and hideous exclamation point-laden quotes in this speech by William Gheen, head of anti-illegal immigration group ALIPAC. It’s amazing. But if you skip to about 7:15, you’ll reach this scuzzy bit of homophobia:
“Sometimes I wonder what it would take to make a person sell their own country out like that. ... Today, I think Sen. Graham, you need to come forward and tell people about your alternative lifestyle and your homosexuality.”
Yes. The thin veil of an excuse for this “outing” is that a disgusted Gheen doesn’t want Sen. Graham, a conservative from South Carolina, to be manipulated with his secret.
It is beyond me why anyone would buy Gheen’s B.S. Sadly, we all know that no matter how this plays out, just speculating that Graham is gay is enough to make it fact—and somehow relevant fact?—for plenty of voters in his district.
But I guess not all tea partiers are bad. Read Maren Tarro’s excellent feature this week. Our brave reporter went to the tea party protests in Washington, D.C., on tax day wearing a homemade “Don’t Hate Me Because I’m Liberal” T-shirt.
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