V.20 No.34 |
The Daily Word in New Mexico crime, East Coast hurricanes, and diamond space planets.
By E.J. Maliskas [ Mon Aug 29 2011 9:48 AM ]
Rio Rancho customer shoots and kills bouncer at TD's Show Club.
New Mexico State Police officer on “administrative leave” after weekend arrest (his own that is).
Where's the super hero? Astronomers discover planet made of diamond.
Walmart just gets classier and classier: Police arrest runaway gunman at Albuquerque store.
A slightly interesting time lapse video of Hurricane Irene.
The Oatmeal on weather predictions.
Ancient Neanderthal procreation was critical for our modern immune systems.
British woman suffers breast implant blowout after being shot in the chest with a paintball pellet.
Chinese scientist creates a frog smaller than a pea.
Best way to keep your digits warm while smoking.
Colorado woman saved from flying bullet by her cell phone.
Woman attempts to rob St. Louis White Castle drive-thru style.
Let's bake a rainbow in a jar, ok?
The Daily Word in Irene, space oddity, the children's book and Santa Fe manhole covers
By Geoffrey Plant [ Sat Aug 27 2011 7:24 PM ]
Is it illegal to flash your headlights in order to warn other drivers of a speed trap? Not sure about NM, but this Wikipedia page has an interesting urban legend supposedly spread by the New Mexico State Police at one time.
List of nuclear power plants in Hurricane Irene's path.
Shark swimming down a flooded Puerto Rico street.
Man drops shorts while running behind weatherman who is reporting on how stupidly people behave during hurricanes.
The most boring live footage of a hurricane ever.
Moe Tucker singing her traditional version of Goodnight Irene.
The official image of Santa Fe in 2012 will be a depiction of manhole covers.
Ever wonder why manhole covers are round?
Dr. Who, a product of Singapore.
World's most accurate atomic clock might be off by a second 138 million years from now.
Download the new children's book Space Oddity. Yes, like the Bowie song.
Have archeologists in Scotland found King Arthur's Round Table?
It's time to watch John Lurie's Fishing With John again.
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