V.22 No.4 |
The Daily Word in monkeys, big cigars, rent and bacon
Death of a Player
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Jan 29 2013 8:21 AM ]
Virgin Galactic will start paying rent for Spaceport America.
State bill that would increase background checks for gun buyers is likely dead.
They've launched worms and turtles, and now Iran has sent a monkey into space.
Great story behind this super-rare coin.
The Globe and Mail teaches you how to make bacon.
Dude, what happened?
Here's a rotten Twinkie for sale.
RIP Sugarfoot. The lead singer of the Ohio Players died.
V.21 No.50 | 12/13/2012
The Daily Word in selling Twinkies, poop coffee and Grammy snubs
By B.L. Brennan [ Fri Dec 7 2012 10:38 AM ]
US job growth picked up in November.
Changes have been made to Bernalillo county animal law.
Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen welcome baby girl.
Who wants a a steaming hot cup of really expensive elephant poop coffee?
Man who lost $20,000 in drug money, asks police for excuse note to prevent the cartel from killing him.
In the spirit of Christmas, here are some tips to avoid giving a gift that will later be returned.
Grieving father writes 14-song tribute album for missing daughter.
High magnitude earthquake hits northeast Japan.
Following the demise of Hostess, Burque residents have started selling Twinkies on Craigslist.
The Biebs didn’t get a single Grammy nomination.
Nurse involved in Kate Middleton prank call found dead.
This years top most perfectly timed photos.
V.21 No.46 |
The Daily Word in MacAfee, Pabst, Twinkies and WTF am I going to do with all these Coyote Pelts?
By Geoffrey Plant [ Sat Nov 17 2012 4:20 PM ]
Owner of the Los Lunas gun store sponsoring coyote hunt may give the resulting pelts to the homeless.
The Rio Grande Sun actually used the headline "Man Shot in Drug deal Gone Bad."
The Ten Commandments monument finally unveiled in OK City has spelling errors.
You have virtually no digital privacy/rights.
This woman died because Irish law allows NO abortion.
These Israeli soldiers look like they're on a Banana Republic catalog shoot.
More on Facebook's page reach limiting.
IKEA furniture was made by East German forced Labor.
There's a Bond exhibit going up at the D.C. spy Museum.
On this day in 1938, Gordon Lightfoot was born, ensuring that he would be around to write the song Canada's grocery stores play every minute of every hour of the day forever and ever.
V.21 No.47 | 11/22/2012
The Daily Word in baby rhino, Hostess closing and suspicious coin
By B.L. Brennan [ Fri Nov 16 2012 10:45 AM ]
Apparently LiLo had no idea that she now has a half sister.
How exactly do you get a giant tree to Rockefeller center?
Ikea apologizes after previous forced labor charges resurface.
What would we do without the internet?
The reviews are in for Breaking dawn part 2.
Sandoval County voters lash out over election day mess ups.
“Suspicious coin” causes great concern.
NM Land Commissioner bans coyote killing contest that would have taken place on state land.
Where-Wear and Middlescapes Opening Receptions at April Price Project Gallery
New works by Ann Dunbar, Alan Paine Radebaugh, Gus Foster and more. Part of the citywide On the Map exhibition. Runs through 4/30.
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