V.20 No.13 | 3/31/2011
The Daily Word, starring Robert Gibbs, Lady Gaga and Randy Quaid.
A deadly Egyptian cobra is loose in the Bronx Zoo.
Facebook may hire Robert Gibbs, Obama’s former press secretary.
Teens get sad when they can’t tell Facebook is full of phoneys.
Scientists have created an amazing plastic from fruit fibers and this is the last you will ever hear of it.
Learn how to write a Manifesto and read some that others have written.
All animals are tasty in a city under siege.
Urine-boiled eggs are also tasty, but the recipe is hard to read.
Hear the song “Star Whackers” by Randy Quaid.
See the Colorado UFO.
A misunderstanding caused Tolkein to reject Maurice Sendak’s Hobbit illustrations.
There were almost some snakes on a plane.
There’s a magazine for the gay military.
Share in the scientific passion for severed heads.
DCF reports on crippling new developments in the Lead/Coal Construction.
Something might finally happen with the Anasazi building.
Albuquerque may get a new nudie bar.
A drunk driver hit five people in a parking lot at 4770 Montgomery (Graham Central Station?) yesterday.
Take Ben Radford’s Chupa Challenge for a quick $250.
Happy birthday, Lady Gaga.
Thanks to Geoffrey Anjou and Tom Nayder for today’s un-boring links.
Fractal Frequencies with Kate Star Cherry • trance, dance at Blackbird Buvette
NM Dot NET Users Group at New Horizons Computer Learning Center
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